Published by Ancestry: How to Estimate a Date of Death With a Will

Death records are one of the things that we want to find for each ancestor. However, there are times when that record doesn’t exist.  (Don’t you hate it when an ancestor dies before that state started keeping death records?!) If you can’t find a death record and his or her tombstone hasn’t been found or……

http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2015/12/01/how-to-estimate-a-date-of-death-with-a-will/

Published by LisaLouiseCooke:  Here It Is! #1 of Top 10 Posts On Our Genealogy Blog

THIS IS IT! Our #1 blog post of 2015. Not surprisingly, it’s about how to secure your data on Ancestry.com: your trees, photos, sources and even DNA!  Earlier this year, rumors circulated that Ancestry was up for sale. Our post about that rumor included tips about how to back up everything you’ve put on Ancestry–trees,…

http://lisalouisecooke.com/2015/11/genealogy-blog-1/

Published by Ancestry: Researching U.S. Merchant Marines

People researching members of the U.S. Merchant Marine have to be creative with their searching, as the records aren’t as plentiful as they are for the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force or Coast Guard. Recently, that search became a little easier for those who are researching in the early 20th century. U.S., Merchant Marine……

http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2015/11/16/researching-u-s-merchant-marines/

Publicado por Ancestry: Conceptos básicos de historia familiar: Consejos para entrevistar a tus parientes con vida

As we expand globally, Ancestry is committed to offering our educational content in multiple languages so we’re beginning to offer several of our most popular blog posts in Spanish. This post below is available in English and can be found here.  El hecho de compartir el legado de tu familia es de gran importancia al……

http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2015/11/11/conceptos-basicos-de-historia-familiar-consejos-para-entrevistar-a-tus-parientes-con-vida/

Published by Ancestry: Keeping Tabs On Suffragettes: The Official Watchlist

To coincide with the recent nationwide release of the film ‘Suffragette’, the official watch list containing details of over 1,300 suffragette arrests has been published online by Ancestry, in association with The National Archives. Digitised from the original record held at The National Archives in Kew, the online collection available on Ancestry – England, Suffragettes Arrested, 1906-1914 –…

http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2015/10/30/keeping-tabs-on-suffragettes-the-official-watchlist/