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If you can’t remember your password, click Forgot Password? above the Password field to reset it. Finding your username Go to your Account settings page. Your username will be listed in the Account information section. Changing your username From your Account settings page, click on your username. Click Edit in the Username section.
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Signing in Go to Ancestry® and click SIGN IN. On the next page, enter your username or email address and your password and click Sign in. If your password isn’t working or you’ve forgotten your password, click the Forgot Password? link, then enter your email address to receive a password reset email. If you’re signed in, you’re done!
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