Ever since MyHeritage DNA was introduced in November, our kits have become wildly popular. Our users can’t help but share their enthusiasm as they open the beautifully designed and colorful MyHeritage DNA boxes, follow the simple steps to collect a DNA sample and receive their DNA results only a few weeks later. Here are some of our favorite reactions from the hundreds that have been recently posted:

Ever since MyHeritage DNA was introduced in November, our kits have become wildly popular. Our users can’t help but share their enthusiasm as they open the beautifully designed and colorful MyHeritage DNA boxes, follow the simple steps to collect a DNA sample and receive their DNA results only a few weeks later. Here are some of our favorite reactions from the hundreds that have been recently posted:

This guest post is by Legacy Tree Genealogists, the recommended research partner of MyHeritage. Finding Heritage in Unexpected Places About a year ago, we received a referral from MyHeritage for a client who requested we research her direct paternal ancestor, John Lucy, of Ontario, Canada, allegedly of Irish heritage. Our client explained that her father had recently died and that he would have loved to know the history of his name.

Back in July 2015, we held a look-alike photo competition and asked users to send in look-alike pictures of family members from different generations. The results were incredible. In some cases descendants were so similar to their ancestors, it seemed as though we were looking at photos of the same person.Louis Beckstrom (born 1917) and great-grandson Mathew Beckstrom (born 1995)

We’re happy to introduce the Collection Catalog, a new section on our website listing the historical record collections indexed and available on MyHeritage SuperSearch™. The catalog is useful for beginners as well as professional users, as it details the number of records each collection contains, which collections are new, and the date in which each collection was added or last updated. Some people call this a “card catalog” in reference to the way libraries used to index their inventory on cards in the old days, but our Collection Catalog is digital; It is available online and includes many useful functions.

MyHeritage is proud to have recently reunited a mother and daughter who had been separated for over 43 years. Robin Adair Passey of Mesa, Arizona, never forgot the daughter she gave birth to at 15. She only had a chance to spend a few minutes with her before handing her over, never to see her again. Decades later, Robin and her husband had their DNA tested as part of a family history project.

MyHeritage is proud to have recently reunited a mother and daughter who had been separated for over 43 years. Robin Adair Passey of Mesa, Arizona, never forgot the daughter she gave birth to at 15. She only had a chance to spend a few minutes with her before handing her over, never to see her again. Decades later, Robin and her husband had their DNA tested as part of a family history project.

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