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With all the uncertainty that living within a pandemic brings, many of us are considering how we can connect with our loved ones at the end of this year.

This holiday season, Ancestry.com.au wants to help you through the gift of family connection and discovery, at a time when you may not be able to see your loved ones in person.

Ancestry.com.au is giving away THREE AncestryDNA® Kits worth $129 each.

The AncestryDNA® Kit ($129+shipping) is a meaningful gift that will help the curious family member discover where they come from and learn more about their ancestors’ journeys that paved the way to who they are now. You are sure to find some fascinating stores that you can tell your kids instead of reading them a bedtime story!

The AncestryDNA kit is a simple yet powerful consumer DNA test which revolutionises family history discoveries, by estimating your origins from more than 1,000 regions worldwide and connecting customers with living relatives from a network of more than 18 million people globally.

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Please note this competition is open from 22 December 2020 until 22 January 2021 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • My great grandfather helped build the biggest bridge in Tasmania in the convict years and the kids just love the story over and over


  • My parents attended a party, my Dad accidently laughed too hard and soiled himself. Went to the bathroom, wrapped his undies in toilet paper and put them in “Mum’s bag”. When he was in the car he asked “Where’s your bag?” She replied with “I didn’t bring one”…


  • Our convict ancestors who arrived on our shores.
    So many of their escapades my children adore.
    There was no murder just petty crime.
    They’ve become heroes over time.
    They cleared the land in spite of the snakes.
    And sailed with the ANZACS legends to make.


  • I don’t have kids, but one story many love hearing – I am from the UK and moved to Australia 5 years ago. I fell in love with here and never left. We started doing family tree research last year and discovered something none of us ever knew – my great-great-grandmother was Australian, the family having settled here in the 1850s! It gives me an extra special connection to my adopted country,


  • I grew up being told that my Dad left Mum because he was disappointed I was a girl. I finally found him and learnt I’d been lied to my entire life. I eventually met him on my 50th Birthday and spent a lot of time catching up.


  • I have so much mixed heritage just from my parents, that I’d love to formally know ‘where do we come from’. :)


  • My children love hearing the story that what they do will impact future generations. They just love wondering about their grandchildren and great grandchildren! Past generations and future generations – we are all connected!


  • They love hearing about their great grandparents and where they came from and what they went through.


  • I wish to find out my family history and be able to tell my family. My grandmother was part of the stolen generation and I haven’t been able to trace back my family.


  • I’m sorry I don’t have story about my family ,my mum died when I was 3 years old and my dad was drug addicted ,but I love my husband have DNA test to know where is from ,I did mine and I’m waiting for my results


  • my children found out after their father died that they have a half brother who is 23 now!


  • My mum has a brother older than her mum. He’s not only her brother, but her uncle too.

    My grandfather married and had 3 sons, his wife died. His eldest son met and married Vicky. My grandfather then married Vicky’s younger sister Nellie. My grandfather and Nellie had my mum.


  • My great great grandfather had 3 children, all born in June 1888, to 3 different women. Their names were Eduardo, Vincent Eduardo and Eduarda. Pretty sure you can guess what his name was! Eduardo.


  • My older brother birthday was 17th July and he died in 1972, I was born with my twin brother the following year on the 17th of July.


  • I would love to know more .


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