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Most pages about computer software include a history of the various versions the program has gone through. I think this would be very helpful to understand the version you work with and it's features and lack thereof. This program in particular has been problematic for many genealogists - amateur and professional - and supposedly the latest version has been a real step in the wrong direction! Time to track it!--Don (talk) 01:08, 9 November 2010 (UTC)
Membership to this service is certainly not cheap. Could somebody with a subscription give me a hand, please? I'm working on a bio for a Christchurch mayor, and a whole lot of the Bishop family emigrated to New Zealand in one go; at least the passenger list shows the surname quite a few times. I'd probably make some inroads if I know who the mayor's siblings are and I wonder whether Charles Wellington Bishop is one of them. Please contact me via my talk page or by Wikimail. Schwede66 21:38, 26 April 2013 (UTC)
I've got another bio where I'm a bit perplexed. Lots of sources say that Gerard George Fitzgerald (1834–1904) was a brother of James FitzGerald (1818–1896; and there's no doubt that they are talking about this person, as they usually qualify this by referring to the former "auditor general"). What puzzles me is that it says in James FitzGerald's official biography that he "was the youngest son of Gerald FitzGerald"; he was some 16 years older than Gerard George! The other thing that makes research hard is that GG Fitzgerald was a very private person. Things like marriages or death were certainly not advertised in newspapers. His 1940 bio talks about his wife drowning in a shipping disaster, but that appears to have been his second marriage. I haven't found any other trace about his first wife (Jane Michie) than a link to the marriage certificate (assuming that the Gerard George Fitzgerald talked about is indeed him). Given that Fitzgerald was dealing with banks in Melbourne in the 1850s, I wouldn't be surprised if had a connection to Sir Archibald Michie. Any help much appreciated; please contact me via my talk page or by Wikimail. Schwede66 03:01, 21 February 2015 (UTC)
Why is there no Criticism or Controversy section in this article? There are many, many consumer and ethics/privacy complaints about the Ancestry conglomerate on ratings sites like My Web Of Trust (mywot.com); something is just not right about the discrepancy between this article and all the criticism and dissatisfaction that is reported elsewhere. To me the article reads like a carefully-crafted advertisement. It probably should be flagged as such and monitored.--IfYouDoIfYouDon't (talk) 08:13, 13 April 2015 (UTC)
There was a "Controversy" section in this article some time ago, but it was removed in 2009 on the basis that there was very little concrete information there that might not apply equally well to almost any large company. If you have reliable sources for controversy that is specific to Ancestry.com, I encourage you to be bold and add it :-) —Tim Pierce (talk) 17:33, 13 April 2015 (UTC)