Ancestor.us.org Adds Criminal Records to Family Search

The ancestry website adds criminal reports to their database so families can find out deep dark secrets.

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Families can now find out if a relative is on the run from the police, especially from a family member who doesn't talk about their past often.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

Ancestor.us.org announced that the website has added criminal reports to their family search findings.

Unlike many genealogical search websites, this website no longer limits customers by just providing marriage, divorce, and death records. They now also include criminal records as a part of their search package.

This new package includes arrest records, convictions, jail records, active warrants, and probation statuses. Families can now find out if a relative is on the run from the police, especially from a family member who doesn't talk about their past often.

The Ancestor.us.org search will give customers criminal records for anyone in North America, also while containing historical records too. Family secrets can give users a glimpse of who they are and how they got to their birth location.

No one should ever feel bad about pulling back the curtains on family secrets. It's just human nature to want to piece together the past. Family history is important to find out and pass down to later generations so lineage isn't lost to the decades. Users can keep their family history alive with criminal records, birth records, divorce records, and more.

New criminal records from Ancestor.us.org can help users better understand themselves and their past. The new family search tool will help uncover unknowns about any person searched on this powerful database.

About Ancestor.us.org:

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.