Ancestry.com you might get free at home

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Most American public and college libraries have a "library edition powered by proquest" . With some, you can only use Ancestry while in the library. But many will give the username and password to patrons with valid library cards, who are seniors or handicapped who have a hard time getting out to the library. To use this, you would google ancestry library edition proquest and log in with your public library supplied ID. DO NOT google ancestry.com!
in The Tree House by Eddie King G2G6 Pilot (568k points)
Yeah I use the Library addition from time to time as I don't have World however to what I understand is that the IP addresses added to the Library account need to be sent to Ancestry to access on there system. (Said a librarian) I know if you go to your local library you can access via there system on most of there homepage and does have a login if you try from home but unsure if it would work providing the information given by the librarian.
I do it from my house. Librarian gave me the library username and library password. I'm off campus from Youngstown State University, doing a Master's in Fine Arts part time. I can google library ancestry at home even during semesters I'm not enrolled. Anyhow, take the library lady a box of chocolates and make big sad eyes  ; )
That's a great idea. However I need the exercise for the rare few times I choose to leave my house.

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Eddie thank you so very much for sharing this information!
by Cynthia Rushing G2G6 Mach 3 (33.0k points)

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