Ancestry.com – Now Available at Home

Tracing your family history is becoming a more accessible activity and is a perfect project to get lost in while you stay at home. Ancestry.com is temporarily allowing their library edition to be accessed from home. Ancestry.com library edition is usually only available in the physical library. This is a special opportunity to learn about your ancestors from the comfort of your own home.
 
Have you done family research in the past and hit a dead end? Log into Ancestry.com and look again. Content is being added as people take DNA tests and engage in contributing information and materials. These contributions take the form of family photos, family trees, and historical documents.
 
If you have questions, contact ASK KCLS, opens a new window at (425) 462-9600 or (800) 462-9600. If you want to explore more, there are some experienced genealogists in King County who would be happy to help: