Search Your School Year Book For Free, Starting Tomorrow On Ancestry


  • is hosting a limited-time opportunity to peruse their 400k yearbooks for FREE.
  • You’ll be able to look through the yearbooks from any time period from 8/27 to 9/2.
  • While is mainly known for their family tree research, their Yearbook section is now flourishing with this new opportunity. 


You know that you can explore your ancestor’s past, heritage, and more with but did you know that you can also search through their yearbooks? Well, from 8/27 to 9/2, you can peruse them for FREE and take a walk down memory line by looking at yearbooks from year’s past.

Ancestry tweeted about this new deal going on, saying, “Starting tomorrow you can search our 400k yearbooks for free. Follow along and take our daily challenge for a chance to be featured on the Ancestry® website or social channels! #AncestryYearbooks”


Find out what your grandparents were REALLY like in high school with Ancestry Yearbooks!

This #TBT, it’s time to throwback to your high school best. The yearbook shelf at Ancestry® just got bigger, now with 400,000 yearbooks! From 8/27 to 9/2, you can search all of them for free. All you have to do is head on over to the Ancestry website, fill in the credentials (first name, last name, location, year, and anything else), and you’ll be on your way to reliving your school years memories!

Ancestry proudly boasts its Yearbook option, but little is ever talked about. Let’s face it, most people use Ancestry to find out what their family tree is like. “Find out what your relatives were really like in high school and college with our newly-expanded Yearbooks collection. With more than 324,000 yearbooks and more than 52 million pages, it’s a treasure trove of fascinating family details,” the website details.


old yearbook photos
Old yearbook photos / Relatively Curious

Now that you know how to get involved in this FREE deal, be sure to mark your calendars! This might just end up being a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

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