A few weeks ago we asked you to send in your look-alike photos and the response has been amazing!
We want to thank all of you who submitted. It was great to see uncanny family resemblances between the generations.
With so many photos submitted from around the world, it was really difficult to choose a winner.
But without further ado, we'd like to wish congratulations to Sheila Van Zant who sent in these incredible look-alike images produced 500 years apart!
We’re delighted to announce the launch of Global Name Translation™, a new technology unique to MyHeritage, to help break through those language barriers in the quest to uncover your past.
Global Name Translation™ (Click to Zoom)
This innovation now makes it even easier to discover your global roots. The technology automatically translates names found in historical records and family trees from one language into another, at very high accuracy, generating all plausible translations, to facilitate matches between names in different languages.
Nothing brings back great memories than childhood photos. What better way to preserve those moments than by recreating some of them?
Recreating family photos doesn’t have to be difficult. It’s a great way to bring family together and reminisce about the past.
Image credit: Parentdish.ca
Here are some tips for recreating family photos:
Search, search, search. You can’t recreate a photo if you don’t have the original.
Happy 239th birthday, America!
Also known as Independence Day, Americans come together on July 4 to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the country’s birthday.
A great time to celebrate American heritage, it is also fun to share the holiday with families at barbecues, picnics, parades, fairs, firework displays and other family activities.
In honor of July 4, here are some fun facts for the day:Since its independence, America’s population has grown immensely.