The Best Genealogy Websites

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These are the best genealogy websites for finding your ancestors. If you're beginning your journey into Ancestor veneration, the following websites make a great jumping off point. Build family trees, find photographs, explore the census, learn about graveyards and much more!

Ancestry.com - Ancestry.com is one of the most popular genealogy websites, with a vast collection of historical records, census data, and family trees created by other uses. It contains more than 27 billion records. Ancestry.com are also the leaders in private genealogy DNA testing.

FamilySearch.org - FamilySearch.org is a free genealogy website that contains millions of historical records, family trees, and more. It is run by the LDS church, and has one of the largest genealogy databases in the world.

MyHeritage.com - MyHeritage.com is a genealogy website that offers access to more than 12 billion historical records and provides DNA testing services. It also allows users to create family trees and connect with other genealogy researchers.

Findmypast.com - Findmypast.com provides access to more than 8 billion historical records, including census data, birth, marriage, and death records, and military records. It also offers DNA testing services and allows users to create family trees.

Archives.com - Archives.com contains a wide range of historical records, including census data, military records, and immigration records. It also allows users to create family trees and connect with other genealogy researchers.

GenealogyBank.com - GenealogyBank.com has more than 7,000 historical newspapers, obituaries, and other resources. It is an excellent resource for finding information about ancestors who lived in the United States.

Fold3.com - Fold3.com is a genealogy website that specializes in military records. It provides access to more than 500 million historical documents, including military records, photos, and maps.

The National Archives - The National Archives is the official archive of the UK government. Here you can find census data, military records, and immigration records.


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