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Ancestor.us.org New Sibling Search Helps Users Find Half Brothers and Sisters

January 30, 2013

Divorced families are common in America, as are half siblings. The new sibling search from Ancestor.us.org can helps relatives connect if they’ve never met.

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 30, 2013

Ancestor.us.org company representatives announce the release of a new sibling search from the website. With divorce striking nearly half of all U.S. families, having a half sibling is becoming more and more common.

Through searching a name and location of a possible half sibling, families can find out the real full name of a person, their age and sex, last known address, birth date, birth address, and other possible family relations. With families spread out all over the nation it is possible to have a half brother or half sister in another state.

Ancestor.us.org Customer Service Manager Josh Fraser commented on the new sibling search: “This can help adult siblings travel back in their roots and connect with possible half siblings they didn’t know about growing up. It can open new doors for families to grow and come together after many years of questioning. We hope to introduce half siblings to one another in order to complete families and allow them to find out more about each other.”

The family searches available on the website allow users to travel decades back in time in order to see records of parents, grandparents, great aunts and uncles, and more. A family tree can be easily completed with an ancestor search on the website.

The company looks forward to sharing this new search with their users and hopes families come together through sibling records. Nothing can be more important than knowing someone has another brother or sister out there just waiting to connect with them and share that family bond that has been waiting for years to flourish.

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.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2013/1/prweb10373124.htm


Source: prweb



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