Introducing We Remember
"Welcome to Our Family"
Elizabeth Kaegi Solves Family History Mysteries with AncestryDNA

Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising which occured on April 19, 1943. Warsaw’s Jewish community were starving and facing deportation to concentration camps, so in a rare and desperate push for survival, they resisted Nazi authorities with armed retaliation. Learn more about this moment:

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Who are you researching in your tree today?

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What common surnames are challenging you in your family history research?

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In case someone says their family tree is complete, remind them of this.

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Ancestry challenge: Comment below with a GIF that best describes your family tree.

(Select 'GIF' in the right side of your FB comment field below and search by keyword.)

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Have your AncestryDNA results inspired you to research more about a particular region? Shared what you've discovered with us! 👇

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We hate to play favorites among the Royal family members but this headline clinches it for us, "Meghan Markle used Ancestry Research to Win Over Prince Philip" via The Cut

We’re going to use this trick with our significant others’ families, too.

Share your favorite childhood memory of a cousin.

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"Fraternal twins account for about one in 100 births. When a biracial couple has fraternal twins, the traits that emerge in each child depend on numerous variables, including 'where the parents’ ancestors are from and complex pigment genetics,'” says statistical geneticist Alicia Martin.

Check out National Geographic's newest cover of fraternal twin girls of biracial parents, one white and one black:

Marcia and Millie Biggs say they’ve never been subjected to racism—just curiosity and surprise that twins could have such different skin colors.

How did Stephen Hawking influence your life? Visit his We Remember memorial page and share your memories:

Celebrate the life of Stephen Hawking. Collect memories, photos, and more. Remember, together.

Have you traced your Irish roots? ☘️ Share your family's Irish immigration story!

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Did your AncestryDNA results reveal Irish roots? ☘️ Share your results below!

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If you could meet any ancestor from your family tree, who would you select and why?

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What will you be researching in your family tree this weekend?

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Who are the #FemalesInYourFamily that were strong, bold and brave?

In honor of International Women's Day, share their powerful stories of persistence below and inspire the next generation of leaders.

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Collect, share, and discuss memories of loved ones with free online memory pages on We Remember. Celebrate the life of your loved ones by bringing together all the lives they touched and collecting memories that paint a rich picture of who they are.

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