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From: "Richard Jones" <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] Census Information Question
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 18:07:09 -0400
Heritage Quest is a great deal at $35/year (< $3.00/month). Their search
engine is also better. Ancestry.COM does have the 1930 census fully indexed
which can be critical depending on where you are in your research. The
other attributes of either site depend on the focus of your research.
Ancestry.COM has more indexes and source type info (directories, property
records). The published genealogies, town histories of HeritageQuest can be
great if ...
Having used all three, I guess I'd recommend HeritageQuest through the
Godfrey membership first.
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Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 6:13 AM
Subject: [GM-L] Census Information Question
> Could someone please tell me if they prefer Heritage Quest or Ancestry.com
> when it comes to their census holdings? I would like to subscribe to
> one is easier to use and has more census years available.
> Does anyone have a preference to one or the other?
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