Legacy Family Tree Webinars is celebrating 7 years of webinars! We get to enjoy there celebration too because they are making a number of webinars available at no cost. You have until October 15th to take advantage of this celebration goodness. Stop by the party page to choose which speakers and topics are right for you.
It’s awfully hot and muggy here in Florida. Fortunately, Findmypast gave me a good reason to stay inside . . .
Leading family history website, Findmypast, has just announced that they will be granting 8 days of free access to over 1 billion records as part of a new campaign designed to help US family historians learn more about their family’s path to red white and blue. This will include free access to their entire collection of Travel and Migration records, all US, UK and Irish censuses and all US marriage records.
The offer ends July 4th. Press release with details is available at GeneaPress.
The GENUKI service is provided by a group of individuals who wish to freely provide genealogical information. As such different people maintain different sections of the website(e.g. counties). In order to manage this group of people we have established a charitable trust with a group of trustees. We have concentrated in GENUKI on getting information about primary sources into what is in effect a virtual reference library, rather than on acting as a clearing house for research.
You have until May 15th to take advantage of this promotion. Details at Fold3 HQ.
NEHGS has made five black history data collections available for free during the month of February. They include:
- Hampden County, MA: Black Families in Hampden County, 1650-1865
- People of Color in the Massachusetts State Census, 1855-1865
- Massachusetts: 1855 State Census
- Massachusetts: 1865 State Census
- Free Negro Heads of Families in the United States in 1830
Get the details at americanancestors.org.
Offer good through April 30th.