Was That A Delaware Record I Just Saw?!?

March 16th, 2012

 


 

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So I was watching TV last night and an Ancestry.com commercial came on.  It was a woman talking about how she was looking for information on her grandmother and lo and behold she found her marriage record.  To my surprise the next image they showed was a Delaware marriage certificate that Ancestry had digitized from our collection.



Did you know that Delaware residents can now use their Delaware Library Card to log in to the Delaware page on Ancestry.com? By using your card you can have free access ONLY to the records Ancestry has digitized for the Delaware Public Archives. These records include Births up to 1908, Marriages up to 1933, Deaths up to 1933, and Naturalizations from 1796-1850. Coming soon will be Land Records from 1677-1947, and Will Books from 1683-1947.  For more information view our instructions on the Digital Ancestry page on our website.

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One Response to “Was That A Delaware Record I Just Saw?!?”

  1. This is very cool. Perhaps, I will be able to track my family tree better now with the help of Ancestry.com and the Delaware Public Archives.