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Provo, Utah (Corporate Headquarters)
360 West 4800 North
Provo, UT USA
You might say our corporate office's family tree can be traced back to Etienne Provost. Born in Chambly, Quebec in 1785, he is the city of Provo's namesake. Search our site and you'll find 25 World Tree matches for Monsieur Provost.
London, United Kingdom
Waterfront Building, Hammersmith Embankment, Chancellors Road
Just a stone's throw from our London office, you'll see the lovely Hammersmith Bridge. Originally authorized in 1824, today's bridge is the second to span the Thames here and was designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette in 1887. You can find him in our 1861 England Census where his occupation is listed as "Civil Engineer." Check the 1881 England Census and you'll discover he had become "Knight Companion Of The Bath Engineer To The Metropolitan Bd Of W/R."
Damenstiftstr. 7, 80331
A city with roots dating back to 1158, Munich has seen its share of history. One of its most famous residents was Albert Einstein who moved to the city in 1880 as a small child. Our office is near the Petersschule on Blumenstrasse and Luitpold Gymnasium where he began his education. For insight into Einstein's later life, you can see records like his 1942 U.S. Draft Card
San Francisco, California
153 Townsend St., Ste. 800
San Francisco, CA USA
At the foot of the world-famous Bay Bridge, our San Francisco office is in a city that has seen some remarkable history, from the settlers of the Gold Rush to seafarers who crossed oceans to find a better life here. Our California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957 records can give you a glimpse at a few of these intrepid dreamers.
Silver Spring, Maryland
8484 Georgia Avenue, Suite 505
Silver Spring, MD USA
In 1840, American journalist and politician Francis Preston Blair and his daughter Elizabeth discovered a mica-flecked spring near our present-day office that inspired the name of this fair city. Today you can find 179 Public Member Trees on Ancestry.com with connections to Mr. Blair.
Level 3, 387 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Located in the heart of Sydney at 387 George Street, Ancestry's Australian and New Zealand headquarters are located in a heritage listed building that began its life at the start of the 20th century. The buildings large street font windows and high pressed metal ceilings provide a touch of history in the busy metropolis. Once home to a Photography Studio and Musical Instrument Showroom, the building's biggest claim to fame is that scenes from The Matrix were filmed on the old fire escape.
5650 Yonge Street, Suite 1500
Nestled amongst the booming condos of Toronto in the bustling Theatre District the Canadian offices of Ancestry - at 24 Mercer Street - are a welcome reminder of the city's history. Built in the middle of the 19th century the three story brick building was once home to a hat factory, but before then it was operated as a boarding house for the areas many textile workers, and if you listen carefully, the soft echoes of their footsteps can be heard on highly polished floors.
Dublin, Ireland (International Headquarters)
The International HQ is situated in Dublin on the charming banks of the Liffey River, a stone's throw from the historic 'Custom House'. Originally built in 1791 on reclaimed land and designed by architect James Gandon, Custom House was home to the city's tax commissioners. The interior of the building was destroyed during the War of Independence in 1921 by a fire that lasted five days. Restoration work was finished by 1928 and today it is home to the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government.
Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
31, rue Philippe II
L-2340 Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is the second smallest member state of European Union. Luxembourg capital is a polyglot and cosmopolitan modern city counting approximately 100, 000 inhabitants (over 60 % of whom are foreign EU citizens). Ancestry.com Europe is based in a small building recently renovated in the middle of the historic part of the town.
Stockholm is a mix of breathtaking views and historic buildings all located on 14 self-contained islands. The Ancestry offices are based in a 1907 building designed by the famous architect Gustaf Wickman and situated in some redeveloped livestock stables in the slaughterhouse area south of downtown Stockholm.