The arrangement recognizes the contributions of BYUthe only US university to offer an undergraduate degree in family historyto TGN’s workforce. “We are grateful for the many graduates who are now employed at our company,” says TGN president Tim Sullivan. “As next-door neighbors, we will continue to tap the knowledge and experience of professors and students.”
Ancestry Library Edition has many of the same genealogy databases as Ancestry.com, including censuses, immigration records and military records. If your public library subscribes to Ancestry Library Edition, you can search the databases for freeask at the reference desk or check your library’s Web site.
Back in April, TGN dicontinued free Ancestry Library Edition for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Family History Centers. When they tried to formalize that arrangement in a contract, the two sides were unable to reach terms palatable to both.