Member Connect: Your Best Resource May Be Another Ancestry.com Member
Whether you find a research partner or a new best friend, we want to vastly improve your ability to collaborate with your fellow family historians on Ancestry.com. So, we’re proud to announce we’ve launched one of the most important feature improvements in years.
Share Records with Family and Friends Through Email, Facebook and Twitter
When you’ve found an important record for one of your ancestors, it’s only natural to want to share it with your family. You’ve always been able to share a link to a record on Ancestry.com via email; now you can share the link on Facebook and Twitter too. From the record page, simply roll your mouse over “Share this record” and select from the options. Your friends and family will be able to access that record for 10 days through Facebook and Twitter, or for 90 days via e-mail, regardless of whether or not they have an Ancestry.com membership.
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New Jewish Records
In conjunction with the American Jewish Historical Society and the Routes to Roots Foundation, we’ve just added to the largest collection of Jewish records available anywhere online.
New York 400th Anniversary
Because millions of people immigrated through New York, there are millions more of us who can trace our ancestry back to this cultural, philosophical and religious melting pot.
In honor of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the Hudson River, we have added three more record collections from New York.