Top 10 Least Useful Databases on Ancestry.com

The Genealogue has an interesting look at the “Top Ten Least Useful Ancestry.com Databases” from among the many databases of resources, lists, and statistics available from Ancestry.com.

Personally, I can’t find much use for World War I Draft Registration Cards Left Blank in 1917-18, or Hamster Burials from the Lakeview Pet Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, though I might find something of value among the California Virgin Births between 1905-1995.

Isn’t it amazing what people come up with? Isn’t it?

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