Totally Free Ancestry Search?

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It is possible to do a totally free ancestry search on ancestry.com. They offer the 1880 United States Federal Census searches for free. It holds information about the more than 50 million people who resided in the U.S. at that time. The 1881 England Census is another free search. The World War 1 Civilian Draft Registrations are free to search. They also have a free forum that is available and some of the members will do free searches for those who are not members of the paid sdervice.
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