Two providers of family history resources recently made a groundbreaking deal that will streamline global access to genealogical records.
Ancestry.com, a commercial entity, and FamilySearch.org, a non-profit group, plan to put about 1 billion historical records online. The records will include birth, marriage, death and immigration certificates once not obtainable on the Internet.
The deal between these two organizations, both heavyweights in the genealogy business, exemplifies the …
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