AncestorCloud Rebrands to Trace and Announces the Acquisition of Genealogists.com

Trace adds additional genealogy expertise to its technology products and services. July 7, 2017 (Provo, Utah) – Trace, a technology company making family history more accessible, announced the acquisition of Genealogists.com, the world’s largest family history research firm.  Genealogists.com has developed a network of thousands of expert researchers worldwide who perform genealogical projects for the lowest price…

Accessing Offline Records

As the world’s largest and fastest growing family history research firm,  Genealogists.com is often asked what is the key to our success. Our reply commonly includes one or both of the following facts: 1. Genealogists.com is not limited to the resources of any one archive, such as the Family History Library, but instead we can access most of the world’s…

Buried Treasure in Land Records

While land records are not an obvious source of family history, they can provide valuable clues to an ancestor’s wealth and status, military service, migration patterns, family inheritances, and direct relationships. Owning land was a good indication of an ancestor’s wealth. Many immigrants came to America with the dream of achieving this goal. The more…

How to Find Your Irish Ancestors

Happy St Patrick’s Day! For the 33.3 million Americans who claim Irish ancestry, it can be an overwhelming task to sift through the plentiful Irish genealogy and family history resources available on and offline. In the spirit of Irish-American Heritage Month, we’ve decided to offer up a helping hand in your big Irish family research by compiling a list of…