Review for is a genealogy website that provides access to a wide range of historical records and family tree building tools. The website has a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to search and analyze records, and to build and organize family trees.

One of the strengths of is its extensive collection of historical records, which includes census records, immigration records, military records, and more. The website’s search and analysis tools are highly effective, allowing users to quickly find relevant records and information.

Another strength of is its DNA testing and analysis features. The website offers a DNA testing kit that can be used to determine ancestry and genealogy information, and provides users with detailed analysis and results. This can be a valuable resource for anyone looking to learn more about their ancestry through DNA testing.

One limitation of is the cost, as the website requires a subscription to access its full range of resources and features. Additionally, some users have reported that the website can be slow and unresponsive at times, which can be frustrating.

Overall, is a comprehensive and useful resource for anyone interested in genealogy and family history. Its extensive collection of historical records, effective search and analysis tools, and DNA testing and analysis features make it an excellent choice for anyone looking to research their ancestry and build their family tree.


Published by Darrell Gibbs

A father of three children and five grandchildren who retired in 2015 and began a career as a non-fiction writer in genealogy resource ebooks for new family historians. Aspiring towards the future as a Historical Fiction Author of his premier book "Wessex Reign".

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