Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Coming in 2012 from

A 12 item list of expected products and improvements for 2012 arrived from

1. Announcing the 1940 U.S. Federal Census—the 72-year wait is over
2. A fully-indexed 1911 UK Census, plus more U.S. state censuses
3. Additional U.S. birth, marriage and death records
4. New U.S. and international church records
5. Millions of new occupation-related records
6. Clearer images plus new census technology showing more details
7. Direct access to more Ancestry Hints that can lead you to new records
8. Free family tree apps for Apple, Android, Kindle Fire and NOOK
9. New ways to connect and grow your tree with help from social networking sites
10. New answers in your DNA
11. Ancestry Hints from new historical record collections
12. Tips and instruction directly from the pros at

There's more detail at

Did you notice there's nothing for Canada, and only one item for the UK?  So did I.

I'm told by my favourite Ancestry person there will be a press release coming with a similar list for the international components of Ancestry.  Stay tuned.

Remember these are plans which can go awry. A year ago we were promised, see, Canada: Voter records, 1935-1983, which are still to appear.

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