Hi Everyone: For several years I have subscribed to Ancestry.com and have had many great finds though their U.S. Census Collection. From 1790 to 1930, allMessage 1 of 3 , Jan 9, 2005View SourceHi Everyone:For several years I have subscribed to Ancestry.com and have had many great 'finds' though their U.S. Census Collection. From 1790 to 1930, all individuals on each census are indexed, with a link to the original handwritten pages. This website has saved me countless hours of research, and I highly recommend it. I have not subscribed to the One World Tree nor the Millennium sites, so am unable to comment on them.Hope this helps,Lois Nicholson----- Original Message -----From: MabelTo: dist-gen@...Sent: Sunday, January 09, 2005 10:47 AMSubject: FW: OneWorldTree
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I have just recently purchased Family Tree Maker and as a bonus feature, you get a one year subscription to Ancestry.com but unfortunately, this does not give you full and total access to the information on their web site.
So my question is; What is the experience of members to subscribing to other sites on the Ancestry.com web page (specifically the OneWorldTree and the Millennium sites).
Is it worthwhile, do either of these sites provide new and genuine information or am I better off doing my own research and follow up.
It seems that Ancestry.com and other similar sites just re-cycle material that is already around from other free sources or sources like departments of vital statistics that would provide (albeit for a fee) the same info.