Genealogy Company MyHeritage Publishes 545 Million U.S. City Records
Browsing MyHeritage’s newly published records, users may be able to see when their ancestors changed professions, got married, divorced, or became widowed
MyHeritage consolidated multiple entries for the same individual into one record that includes data from all the years an individual lived at the same address. Using MyHeritage’s newly published records, users may be able to see when their ancestors changed professions or got married, divorced, or were widowed.
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in central Israel, MyHeritage enables users to create family trees by searching through historical documents such as census, immigration, marriage, and burial records. The company launched a genetic testing service that provides both DNA matching and ancestry and ethnicity estimates in 2016.