Ancestry.com.au Family Trees will undergo scheduled maintenance tonight for two hours beginning at about 6.00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time. During this time, Ancestry Member Trees, OneWorldTree, and the sections of the home page that are related to Member Trees will be unavailable. We apologise for any inconvenience but rest assured the information in your family Read More
My Place in History is a free web-based program produced by Ancestry.com. It is designed to teach students about the concepts of change and diversity – of backgrounds, in family structures, and the many economic, political and social circumstances in both our distant and more recent history that have contributed to who we are today Read More
Have you ever found a person in your tree and asked yourself “how are we related”? I know I have. In fact, many of you have asked for something that would help you easily find an answer to that question and we’ve listened. We’ve just added a new feature in your Ancestry.com.au Member Tree that will Read More
You’ve likely heard that a picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to creating source citations in your family tree, it is so true. We have recently added the ability to associate pictures and scanned documents to source citations you have created in your family tree: Birth Certificates Death Certificates Marriage Certificates Read More
Today we added to the site a new tool to help you quickly and simply upload multiple family history photos and documents at one time. To try this out in your own family tree, click the “add media” or “add photo” links, just as you would have before this change. What you will see next is Read More
We’ve recently added the ability to link photos (or other files like stories, audio, and video) to any fact or event you have for a person in your family tree.
You asked for an iPhone® application that gives you access to your Ancestry.com.au tree, and we heard you loud and clear.