Find records automatically with MyHeritage
New technology automatically finds records relevant to your family history
MyHeritage new record matching service works 24 hours a day, constantly comparing every family tree on MyHeritage to more than 4 billion historical records on the site’s SuperSearch, looking for matches to bring to you.
It will find documents relevant to your family’s history, such as a birth record of one of your ancestors, a tombstone photo of a relative in your family, or a newspaper article that they are featured in.
MyHeritage currently has access to the largest collection of historical newspapers dating back to the 18th century and a massive collection of tombstone photos under license from Find-A-Grave.
MyHeritage chief executive, Gilad Japhet, said: “Record Matching is a family history discovery maker and time saver, designed to delight both dedicated family historians and people with a casual interest in their ancestry. Over the past year we’ve expanded our consumer offering by complementing our social family tree network with a substantial amount of historical content. Record Matching now ties these two assets together, adding exciting new value for our users and giving us a unique edge in the family history market. It’s a significant step towards realizing our goal of bringing family history to the masses.”
For more information, visit MyHeritage.
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