Fun Things to Do On Ancestory.com Free
For years, the Ancestory.com free trial has offered many fun things that you can do and find out about your history and your ancestors without paying a cent. Here are five things you can do on Ancestory.com free if you're interested in learning more about your family tree.
Start Building a Family Tree
You can upload an existing family tree or start a new family tree on Ancestory.com free. Once your tree is started, you can begin adding relatives and take advantage of "green leaves" that give you hints that can lead to learning more about your ancestors and heritage.
Search Census Indexes
Are you curious about when your ancestors first came to Coachella CA? An Ancestory.com free trial lets you search a number of selected census indexes to find information about your family. You may find address information, family information and more in those indexes.
Learn About Your History from Your Last Name
The Ancestory.com free surname tool lets you search for information about your last name. You can find out where your name originated and where in the U.S. people with your last name may have settled. You may even find long-lost relatives living right there near you in Coachella CA.
Learn About Your Ancestors in California
You can use the Ancestory.com free search records tool to find information at the state level. Just click on your state in the map and find records about your family.
Learn More About Genealogy Sources
You can now read two of the most informative and useful genealogy books on Ancestory.com free. The Red Book lists the most useful family history sources in the United States by state, and The Source describes the various types of historical records you can access and what you can find in them.
In addition to the things listed, you can also download lots of helpful forms and resources that will help you track and record your search for your ancestors, connect with other members and participate in the Ancestory.com free message boards - all without paying a single cent in fees. Why wait when you can start learning about your family history and origins on Ancestory.com free?