I (only) see dead people: Where are the living on Ancestry.com family trees?

The world’s oldest and lamest movie reference aside, I’m starting to realize why I can’t find anyone living on Ancestry.com. In my search to find my grandfather, I’m noticing a bunch of reoccurring themes when it comes to researching family trees: Every census taker ever failed handwriting class in elementary Continue Reading

Mom’s SHOCKING AncestryDNA test results

Map of ethnicity results from AncestryDNA

The AncestryDNA results are in . . . and they’re CRAZY (not really). After Mẹ took her AncestryDNA test at the beginning of January, the results finally came back from the lab — and it actually didn’t take long! The email came in from Ancestry.com yesterday, which I appreciated because Continue Reading