How do I add known Ancestors when I cannot get into my Extensive Research?

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This is what I Know form my Research. I am a Direct Descendant of Jacques Nicolas LePrince, born in 1646. He Immigrated to the Area of Pisiguit/ Port Royal Canada in 1666 and Married Marguerite Hebert in  1678, in Port Royal., Acadia. He died in 1692 in Pisquit, Acadia and Marguerite died in 1693 in Acadia. I know many of my Ancestors were involved in the Acadian Deportation mess. I have trced this line through my father, Ernest Alfred Prince Sr, and my Grandfather, Edmund Prince, Sr.

On my Mother's side , I am a Direct Descendant of Simon Couch 1, born 1633 in Devon , England. I have traced the Couch line through my Great-Grandmother , Minnie, Couch ,in 1867 in New York. She married Charles Henry Lambertson,, born in 1866 in Holmdel, Monmouth, New Jersey. Their Son, Jesser Elmer Lambertson is my Grandfather . My Mother , Lillian Lambertson is his Daughter wit Lillian Frances Douglass aka Horton.
in WikiTree Help by Crystal Tyrrell G2G3 (3.2k points)

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What exactly do you mean: you 'can't get into your extensive research'? I don't quite understand your question, sorry.
by Ros Haywood G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Maggie N.
I had  very extensive Research that I've complied off and on over the past 12 years on a Tree in Ancestry. com that I can't get into for some reason.. I   have also moved several times and lost a lot of the files I used to have. I can't  afford memberships in most of the Ancestry sites so I can't access Source Records from Canada and France where most of my Prince / LePrince  Ancestors are from. Nor can I access Source Records from England where Simon Couch I was born. My Family , on both sides has some surprising and Fascinating History. I would Love to be able to Share it and it is so Frustrating to not be able to do so.
You should be able to get into Ancestry to see your tree without a subscription.  You won't be able to see any source documents, though.

You may have more luck with www.familysearch.org.  It is free, and covers worldwide.
I can't access any Source records outside the Us on Ancetry.com. I have a Tree on Family Search but can't get into that one either. Every time I pull it up it says I'm not signed in and when I try to sign in they tell me my information is wrong.
Contact FamilySearch about your login problem.

You won't be able to see source documents inside OR outside the US if you don't have an Ancestry subscription.
Thank You. I was able to get into my Family Search Tree, Finally. I Appreciate Your Assistance and Suggestions So Much.
FYI, once one has stopped paying for their Ancestry.com subscription, they can no longer access any tree they created or uploaded there.  I know this from personal experience.
If you are still registered with them (but not paying), you can still access your tree.  Just not source documents.  And I know this from personal experience, too.  I can go and see my tree any time I like.
In not being able to access the Original Tree I started, I had to start another Tree on Ancestry. The only way I can Access my Original Tre is if it shows up with Matching people from my new one.  

An interesting Aside to Genealogy Research here, Family Search.org has now added Ancestors going back as far as 1250 on the Prince / Leprince side. I certainly have my work cut out for me when it comes to Sourcing and adding to my Tree here.

 Thank You All for Your Responses and Assistance.
Ros, thanks for this update. This must be a change, as in the past, as soon as I hit "Trees" (when I was logged in), it asked me to pay.  But you're right, I can now access my trees there.

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