Find My Ancestor has a New Website!

Note: I recieved this press release from a fellow young GeneaBlogger, A.C. Ivory.  I had the honor of meeting A.C. in June 2010 at the Southern California Genealogy Society Jamboree conference.  He is up to some really cool stuff – including a brand new website!  Congrats A.C.!

A FRESH LOOK FOR A NEW YEAR

Find My Ancestor Has Received a Makeover


January 2, 2011 - Taylorsville, UT. Find My Ancestor has announced the redesign and update to their site. The site has received many new pages and features including new downloads, new resources, a completely new blog design, social media integration and many more. With the new design, Find My Ancestor is much easier to navigate and find your way around making it a more enjoyable experience for the users. Using the new website builder makes it very easy for creating new pages, quickly allowing Find My Ancestor to be able to create more pages, how-to’s, downloads and many other features to help it’s users learn more about genealogy and the tools available to help them in their research.

About A.C. Ivory

As a genealogist specializing in the use of technology, social media and Mac computers, A.C. Ivory relies on his young genealogist perspectives to relay the importance of using the new tools and resources that will help genealogists achieve their research goals faster, easier and more efficiently. As the creator of FindMyAncestor.com, he has striven to provide genealogists with genealogical news, events, conference reports and new technology updates available to help genealogists in their research efforts.

About Find My Ancestor

Find My Ancestor provides various services to the genealogy and family history community including education, design, Family History Library research assistance and more.

A.C. Ivory is the driving force for Find My Ancestor. A.C. Ivory has been involved with genealogy and family history for over 4 years. A.C. Ivory is only 23 years old and full of genealogy knowledge and ambition.

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