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Reviews of the Top 10 Family Tree Websites of 2017

Welcome to our reviews the Best Family Tree Websites of 2017 (also known as Genealogy Sites). Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each genealogy site, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.


Editor's Top 10 Buying Guide
 
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US Discovery membership allows you to: Explore all US record collections including birth, marriage, death and census records detailing occupations, ages, siblings, birthplaces, addresses, maiden names, etc. Connect with other members to seek help, share your thoughts and make discoveries. Organize, preserve and share your family tree online with advanced tools that showcase your photos and stories. Read exclusive hints on how to make the most from your research....

» Read the Full Review of Ancestry.com

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Features of UK Essentials Membership Create, grow and share your family tree online. Search key record collections - Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes and Census information. Learn family history hints and tips at the online Ancestry Learning Centre. Monthly e-Newsletters to keep you up to date with developments at Ancestry.co.uk. Get help from the world's largest online family history community. Features of UK Premium Membership includes all of the...

» Read the Full Review of Ancestry.co.uk

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Features of UK Heritage Membership includes the following: Create, grow and share your family tree online. Ability to upload photos, documents and stories to your family tree. All the tools you need to build and preserve your family tree online. Connection to the world's largest online family history community. Receive ancestry hints in your family tree when details are discover details about your ancestors. Unlimited access to over 850...

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Free 14-day trial. Family tree: build an extensive family tree online. Online Profile: Host your family tree on your profile and invite others (including other members of your family) to view it. . Photos: upload your own family photos. Photo galleries: let all your family view photos of their ancestors. Timeline: premium users can have a beautiful and interactive timeline automatically created by the site, based on the content of...

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Archive catalog: explore an extensive catalog of what the archive holds. Microfilm catalog: access microfilms online. Federal records: 1-3% of federal records kept online. New researcher guide: tips and advice on how to research effectively. Visit: go to the archives in person for a more extensive selection. Newsletter: sign up for updates. Veterans service records: find out about people who served in US wars. Resources for teachers: lesson ideas,...

» Read the Full Review of Archives.gov/Research/Genealogy/Index.html

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Family tree: build your family tree online. Index: more than 1 billion individuals. Mobile: access your account when on the move. Tips: get advice on how to research your ancestry. GEDCOM: upload your GEDCOM file to keep your previous research. Share: upload photos, stories, data and more. Collaborate: work with other members to complete your research. Family pictures: upload snaps to share with your family. Library: access a wide...

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UK: United Kingdom history specialists. Guidance: support for research projects. Millennium: over 1000 years’ worth of records. Digital: browse online collections. Newsletter: receive regular news updates and offers. Events: find out about live events at the archives. Blog: read the latest posts. Podcasts: listen to experts talk about specific historical documents and ideas. Videos: watch educational films. Community: exchange ideas and information with other members. Education: resources for students...

» Read the Full Review of NationalArchives.gov.uk

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Find war dead: search for someone who died in WW1 or WW2. Commonwealth: documents primarily from the Commonwealth. Find a cemetery: locate and explore cemeteries around the world. Learning: resources for teachers and researchers. News: get the latest updates and news on remembrance initiatives. Events: find out about events near you. Virtual cemetery: explore cemeteries online. App: download a free mobile app. Publications: explore a range of useful texts...

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Names: over 4 billion names listed. International: find people from across the globe. LDS: sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter-day Saints. Image capturing: upload photos. Indexing: images and data quickly and accurately indexed. Conversions: team converts microfilm to digital format. Family tree: build and update your family tree. Share: allow your family members to look at and add to your family tree. Stories: share your...

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Records: more than 2 billion to access. Family history: find out about your ancestors. New records: brand new documents and records added each week. Search: find what you’re looking for. Rare: find exclusive or rare records which you may not find elsewhere. Articles: find newspaper articles and photos. Tree: build your family tree online. Britain: gain access to a wide variety of British records. World: become a world member...

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