Pure Gold: A First Cousin Match Helps Solve a 12 Year Mystery

MyHeritage user Marie Rundquist from Silver Spring, Maryland has always been interested in her family history. Inspired by her late grandmother, who had a true passion for genealogy, Marie...

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Nancy Unlocks Her Mother’s Past Through MyHeritage DNA

At age 13, Nancy Bonno from La Verne, CA, found out that her mother was adopted. Nancy overheard her mother, Kathy, and her grandmother discussing Kathy’s birth certificate. When...

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New Historical Records Added in June 2018

We are delighted to announce the addition of 25 million new historical record collections that were added in June 2018. These record additions include updates to two of our...

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DNA Basics Chapter 7: Common Misconceptions about DNA Testing

If you’ve been following the DNA Basics blog series, then you already know quite a bit about DNA — from what it is on the molecular level, to how...

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For the Record: Watch out for errors

This post is written by Schelly Talalay Dardashti, MyHeritage’s US Genealogy Advisor. Human beings do make mistakes. Remember the old proverb: “To err is human, to forgive divine”? Genealogy’s...

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MyHeritage Visits Five Global Conferences in One Weekend

June was a busy month for the MyHeritage conference team. The month kicked off with five conferences around the world in a single weekend. A sixth planned conference in...

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Yvette Corporon’s Tale of Islander Bravery Featured on the Today Show

Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, and author, Yvette Manessis Corporon, was recently interviewed on the Megyn Kelly TODAY show about her book “Something Beautiful Happened: A Story of Survival and...

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Happy July 4th: Enjoy Free Access to U.S. Newspapers

In honor of July 4th, we are delighted to announce FREE access to all U.S. Newspaper collections on MyHeritage’s SuperSearch™, for a limited time. From July 3, 2018 through July 8,...

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