Build Your Family Tree with Ancestry.com #WebToolsWiki

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You Can Easily Grow Your Family Tree with Ancestry.com

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Ancestry.com is a website for genealogy. It has  resources, tools, access to information such as public records, death records, and more to help you learn about where you came from.

You start by setting up a family tree with just yourself and your parents. Then, a small green leaf with hints will appear if there are other family trees with information that matches yours. You can merge or add to your tree as you come across new information.

Ancestry has free and paid accounts, plus you can avail of a free trial when you sign up.

Formerly known as the Generations Network, this tool will let you search through billions of genealogy records such as census, SSDI and even military records. It won’t be called as the largest family history website if not for its extensive collection of records.

Here’s a quick WebToolsWiki tutorial on Ancestry.com

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