Ancestry Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Document: Victim's friend seemed nervous, had dirty nailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    ... quoted the affidavit as saying. Millions of people have handed their DNA over to genetic testing companies like Ancestry or 23andMe to learn more . Eric Yarham wanted to learn about his heritage, so he mailed off his saliva to 23andMe. "I'm just ...

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  2. Overcoming Trump tweets, House votes to renew foreign surveillance powersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Millions of people have handed their DNA over to genetic testing companies like Ancestry or 23andMe to learn more . Eric Yarham wanted to learn about his heritage, so he mailed off his saliva to 23andMe.

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  3. How to research your historic Detroit homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Curbed Detroit

    ... but refer to different sections of the city. Learn about your home's previous owners using genealogy sites like Ancestry.com, which can be accessed for free in most libraries. Census records list each occupant, rather than just heads of household, ...

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  4. Police can request your DNA from sites like Ancestry, 23andMe Source: Cox Media GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Fox 23

    Millions of people have handed their DNA over to genetic testing companies like Ancestry or 23andMe to learn more about their family history . Yarham was surprised to find a tiny portion of his DNA profile can be traced back to sub-Saharan Africa.

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  5. Ottawa entrepreneur tailors personal products to customers' DNARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | Ottawa Business Journal

    ... LifeDNA, a new company that tailors wellness products to consumers' unique genetic codes. You may be familiar with Ancestry.com or 23andMe, services that analyze samples of your DNA to trace your ancestors' origins. Moukarzel - who previously led ...

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  6. Ancestry.com Server Exposes 300,000 Email Addresses and PasswordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 8 | JD Supra

    Ancestry.com has confirmed that RootsWeb, its free website for individuals to search genealogy, recently had a security vulnerability on its server that exposed a file containing the usernames, email addresses and passwords of 300,000 users. The compromise occurred in 2015.

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  7. Woman finds biological father after 50 years apartRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 7 | WJRT

    ... started using various search tools to try to find him. Earlier this year, her oldest daughter encouraged her to use Ancestry.com. That's how she was able to find a common relative between herself and her father. That family member was the link that ...

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  8. Want to try snowshoeing, square dancing?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | NorthJersey.com

    ... by calling 973-334-3130. Pyramid Mountain is located at 472 Boonton Ave. The Roxbury Public Library will host "Ancestry.com/My Heritage" at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday at the library, 103 Main St. Learn how to search these two genealogy databases. To ...

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  9. The 2018 CFP National Championship drips with Southern flavor and familiarityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 6 | CBS Sports

    ... God intended life to be lived down here -- along the line of scrimmage. You practically need a football version of Ancestry.com to keep track. There's so much cross-pollination, you need a beekeeper. There's Kirby and Nick. For eight seasons, Smart ...

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  10. AFI Awards honor the best of film and TV productions ahead of GlobesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | Texarkana Gazette

    ... an $880 UPPAbaby luxury stroller, "Modern Family" star Julie Bowen, who investigated her family tree with an onsite Ancestry.com historian, and "Veep" star Matt Walsh, who picked up a timepiece from Watch Gang to wear to Sunday's ceremony.

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  11. 1860 censusRead the original story

    Friday Jan 5 | Family Tree Magazine

    See how I found my hard-to-search, common-named ancestor by browsing the census on researching in city directories on Ancestry.com. Sign up for our free newsletter and receive a free, decorative family tree PDF.

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  12. Genealogy Sabbatical: Scouting for Thomas in the Census and City DirectoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | Family Tree Magazine

    See how I found my hard-to-search, common-named ancestor by browsing the census on researching in city directories on Ancestry.com. My troubled and troublesome third-great-grandfather Thomas Frost, a carpenter born in England in 1827, left me some interesting records later in his life .

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  13. Friends could be family. Family could be unrelated. What people are finding out from DNA sitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Chicago Tribune

    Karen Heiting was dropped off at a church in downtown Chicago as an infant. She found her family using ancestry.com last year and met her brothers, pictured in the photograph, Ed Biancalana, left, and Ray Biancalana, who live in Northern California.

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  14. China's Jeff Bezos' makes public appeal to help trace family historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | South China Morning Post

    One of China's richest men has made a public appeal for help to trace his family history, hoping that some of the millions of people who share his surname will be able to shed light on his ancestry. Richard Liu Qiangdong, founder and CEO of online retail giant JD.com, announced he was on a mission to find his family's origins - at the request of his father - on his Weitoutiao social media account on Tuesday.

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  15. Writer Laurie Kilmartin shows Americans how badly they 'suck' at handling deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Los Angeles Times

    ... those. There's some things my son will have to just burn. Let the grandkids have a bonfire one day! I got very into Ancestry.com after my dad died, because I was trying to figure him out. He's 100% Irish Catholic stock, and they're all famine ...

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  16. Two men were best friends for 60 years - then they found out they were brothersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Powhatan Today

    ... DNA tests have grown in popularity in recent years as the price of testing kits offered by services like 23andMe, Ancestry.com and Family Tree DNA has dropped to about $100 or less, despite some lingering privacy concerns. The results can turn up ...

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  17. Did You Get 23andMe For Chrismukkah? Think Twice Before Taking The Test.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Forward

    ... a plastic tube for holding your spit. Of course, it's a little more high-tech than that. Companies like 23andMe and Ancestry.com have been making a killing this year selling home genetics tests. With high hopes of discovering their ancestry and ...

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  18. Jewish Genealogical Society to host talk about FamilySearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Daily Herald

    ... begins at 2 p.m. When beginning genealogists think about what program to use online, they typically think of Ancestry.com. But other programs and resources don't carry the cost burden associated with an Ancestry subscription, Hoffman says. ...

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  19. Adoptees celebrate new birth certificatesRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 30 | News Tribune

    ... of DNA testing by organizations like "Family Tree DNA," which will have a representative at the conference, and "Ancestry.com" and "23-and-Me" have made adoptees' search for their birth families easier. Driver agreed that with technology, "In this ...

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  20. Ancestry.com leaked data on 300,000 usersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 30 | SlashGear.com

    The ancestry and family tree website Ancestry.com revealed last week that data on 300,000 users, including email addresses, usernames, and passwords, was publicly exposed on one of its servers. Tony Blackham, the company's Chief Information Security Officer, issued a statement shortly before the Christmas holiday noting that the user data was in a file publicly exposed on a server for RootsWeb, Ancestry.com's community-driven genealogy site.

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