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Individuals Involved in Family History More Likely to Be Engaged in Community

Exploratory Study Finds Significant Correlation Between Family History Research and Involvement In One’s Community New iBook Available to Help Teachers Create Family History Curriculum in the Classroom - Read More

Individuals Involved in Family History More Likely to Be Engaged in Community

Online Family History Research in United States Grows by 14 Times in Past Decade

Decade Multi-country Study by Ancestry.com Examines Changing Family Structures to Show Closer Bonds Between Children and Grandparents; Longevity and Birthrates Lead to Increase in Vertical Families - Read More

Online Family History Research in United States Grows by 14 Times in Past Decade

Ancestry Uncovers Members of Armed Services Among Least Likely to Own Homes, While Fire Fighters Are More Likely to Than Lawyers and Judges

New Analysis from Ancestry Reveals Surprising Connections between Occupation and Home Ownership Today and Since 1900 - Read More

Ancestry Uncovers Members of Armed Services Among Least Likely to Own Homes, While Fire Fighters Are More Likely to Than Lawyers and Judges
  • Individuals Involved in Family History More Likely to Be Engaged in Community
  • Online Family History Research in United States Grows by 14 Times in Past Decade
  • Ancestry Uncovers Members of Armed Services Among Least Likely to Own Homes, While Fire Fighters Are More Likely to Than Lawyers and Judges
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