ms_geekette (ms_geekette) wrote in genealogy,
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FindMyPast Free Weekend (Fri. Mar 6th- Mon. Mar. 9th)

I got this in my email from Thomas MacEntee/GeneaBloggers, just thought I'd pass it along. I haven't tried out their site yet, might see if I can look at their PERSI database. They are publishing the latest version now; HeritageQuest has an old version, I believe.



Free Access to Over 2 Billion Records

Deals like this don't come along every day so I knew I had to share! Visit FindMyPast at http://www.findmypast.com starting Friday, March 6th and create a free account if you don't already have one. Then start searching and grab what you need for your genealogy research. Note: this offer also applies to users of findmypast.uk, findmypast.ie, etc. And there is a limit of 1,000 records a day per user that can be viewed. Offer ends on Monday, March 9th.

Get Your Free Guide to FindMyPast!

If you are not familiar with FindMyPast, you may be looking for a quick guide or a cheat sheet. Well we found one! In May 2014, UK genealogist Mary Evans wrote the FindMyPast Guide which was mentioned in an article entitled Starter Guide to the New FindMyPast for www.familytree.co.uk (a UK-based genealogy magazine).

Click here to download the free PDF guide!
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