yesterday at 14:24. Facebook
We DNA tested the residents of an entire apartment building for our 4-part online series #ItsASmallWorld. Join us on this journey of discovery as we learn what makes each of us unique, also connects us: [ Link ].
02/24/2017 at 16:24. Facebook
Anxiously awaiting your DNA results? Learn how to check the status of your AncestryDNA results online: [ Link ]
02/23/2017 at 16:05. Facebook
Provide your funniest, most creative caption to this photo.

Photo courtesy of the Royal Australian Historical Society.
02/22/2017 at 16:10. Facebook
What's the coolest thing you've ever found (record or fact) in your family history?

Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress.
02/21/2017 at 17:56. Facebook
We recently teamed up with The University of Akron to take on the conversation of how students approach ethnicity and uncover the truth in their oral family history: [ Link ]

UA 2017 Rethinking Race: "What We Can Tell"

With the cooperation of, we had DNA taken from 30 members of the UA community. Before and after learning their results, this is some of what the...

02/20/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
What question would you ask?
02/19/2017 at 16:44. Facebook
Tune in to TLC tonight at 9/8c to watch the desperate search of a woman trying to reunite with her baby sister who was taken away from their mother 30 years ago.

Looking for Monica - Long Lost Family | TLC
02/18/2017. Facebook
Three day weekend can only mean one thing...
02/17/2017. Facebook
Have you traced your roots to the United Kingdom?

Enjoy free access to millions of Ancestry's UK records this weekend: [ Link ] (Free access ends Monday, February 20 at 11:59 PM ET)
02/16/2017. Facebook
TLC's hit show Who Do You Think You Are? returns March 5 with a brand new season featuring the family histories of celebrities Courteney Cox, Jessica Biel, Julie Bowen, John Stamos, Smokey Robinson, Noah Wyle, Liv Tyler, and Jennifer Grey. Catch a sneak peek of the upcoming season: [ Link ]

Get a First Look at the New Season of Who Do You Think You Are?
02/15/2017. Facebook
Missed the season premiere of Long Lost Family? Catch the full episode available on TLCgo: [ Link ]
02/14/2017. Facebook
Happy Valentine's Day! Who had the longest marriage in your family tree and how are you related to the happy couple?

Tell us in the comments below and you'll be entered for a chance to win an AncestryDNA kit. (See official Rules: [ Link ]

Photo courtesy of the National Library of Wales.

WINNER ANNOUNCED: Donna Ann T. was selected as the winner of this giveaway. Stay tuned for...
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02/13/2017. Facebook
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"Once the United States joined World War II, the urge to get married among many young couples proved too compelling to resist. In 1942 alone, 1.8 million weddings took place, up 83 percent from 10 years before. And two-thirds of those brides were marrying men newly enlisted in the military." [ Link ] via The New York Times

Do you have any wartime brides in your family tree?

02/11/2017. Facebook
Catch a sneak peek of the season premiere of TLC's Long Lost Family airing tomorrow at 9/8c.

We Found Him - Long Lost Family | TLC
02/10/2017. Facebook
AncestryDNA has helped 3 million people get to know themselves better. Hear some of their stories:
02/09/2017. Facebook
Throughout U.S. History, African Americans have played an integral part in the development and achievement of this country. Our friends at Fold3 are offering access to view more than a million rare photos and documents: [ Link ]
02/09/2017. Facebook
Don't miss the season premiere of TLC's "Long Lost Family" this Sunday, February 12 at 9/8c.
02/08/2017. Facebook
Do you have any missing persons to report from your family tree?
02/07/2017. Facebook
What if your AncestryDNA results could reveal the people, places and migration paths in your family story?

"Using more than 770,000 spit samples taken from their customers over the last five years, its researchers mapped how people moved and married in post-colonial America. And their choices—especially the ones that kept communities apart—shaped today’s modern genetic landscape." via WIRED

770,000 Tubes of Spit Help Map America’s Great Migrations