Are consumers looking for extended family past the first few generations of a surname?
(PRWEB) March 08, 2013
Currently, Ancestor.us.org provides thousands of immediately family/relation records for those conducting research on someone or their own past. These ancestry records also include names, ages, sex, last known address, birth and death dates, birth and death location, etc.
The company would like to add more records to their database but needs more input from their customers. Ancestor.us.org wants to hear what their ancestry consumers are looking for if they need additional records the website doesn't provide.
Are consumers looking for extended family past the first few generations of a surname? Are they trying to uncover family secrets with marriage and divorce records? Are they trying to build a family tree?
Ancestor.us.org is curious and wants feedback. Suggestions can be sent to manager(at)ancestor(dot)us(dot)org and can be share on the company's social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.
Customers are asked to share anything they're looking for in terms of family history and additional information they would like access to. The company will implement what they can to provide these services or records that their clients are looking for.
Ancestor.us.org customer service agents are also available on the website's live chat feature if consumers would like to send suggestions directly.
Ancestor.us.org can be used to find ancestors, funeral records, birth records, and more. View photos, family trees, military records, adoptions and obituaries on the website in order to piece a family history together.