Family trees now on Ancestry

Dillon

Marcella Dillon nee Kavanagh (1849-1919) and extended family

Ancestry Library Edition has recently been updated and one of the big changes is that family trees and photographs submitted by the public are now available to view. This is a vast resource but please bear in mind that all sources need to be checked.

  • Nearly 40 million trees have been contributed by more than two million Ancestry.com members. These members have indicated that their tree(s) can be viewed by all Ancestry members
  • The trees can change over time as users edit, remove, or otherwise modify the data in their trees
  • The trees in the Library Edition are read-only. Library patrons cannot edit the existing trees or add new trees
  • Information about living people is not shown. There are more than two billion nodes in the Public Member Trees database. A large percentage of the nodes are not for living people
  • Each Public Member Tree is owned by the individual who put it on Ancestry.com
  • Ancestry.com does not verify that any tree or fact is correct, nor will they correct or edit a tree
  • Library patrons will not have the ability to contact the owner of the tree
  • Library patrons can submit anonymous comments about any tree
  • There is no login for individual users of the Library Edition

 

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