Meet the extended family.

  • Bringing together billions of historical records, millions of family trees, and millions of enthusiastic family researchers, Ancestry is the world’s largest online family history resource and the best place to build a family tree, find new ancestors, and share discoveries with family.

  • AncestryDNA uses advanced genomic science to help members uncover new details about their family history by giving them more ways to explore their DNA Matches, connect to more precise regions, and gain insights into personal traits. And with over 15 million people, AncestryDNA is the world’s largest consumer DNA network.

  • Ancestry ProGenealogists serves as the company’s professional research arm, bringing together a team of expert researchers and professional genealogists to conduct research around the world, trace family trees, and help clients connect with their past.

  • This premier educational resource offers high-quality video instruction from family history and genealogy experts in a wide range of topics, helping the expert and novice alike better research and understand their family’s unique history.

  • Ancestry Institution brings the world's largest family history resource to over ten thousand archives, libraries (Ancestry Library Edition), schools, and other institutions.

  • Fold3 features premier collections of original military records. These records include the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served. These records reveal stories about these everyday heroes, and the families that supported them.

  • The oldest and largest free online community dedicated to family history with millions of members communicating on thousands of message boards to learn, collaborate, and share.

  • Offering a historically rich collection of U.S. newspapers dating from the late 1700s through last month, Newspapers.com makes over 530+ million pages of historical newspapers from over 14,000 newspapers searchable online.

  • A free resource for finding the final resting places of famous folks, friends, and family members, Find A Grave brings together nearly 160 million photos of grave sites and over 180 million memorials created since 1995.

  • Explore your history in Archives' exclusive collection of family and local history books. Our digital library contains over 20,000 rare volumes, the vast majority of which are unavailable anywhere else online.