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From a Findmypast press release:
Explore Findmypast’s billions of historical records for FREE this Veterans Weekend
Free access to all Findmypast
’s historical records throughout Veterans Weekend and a
Live Broadcast to be held on Saturday
afternoon featuring an expert panel of historians and genealogists
This Veterans Weekend, we want to help everyone find their First World War ancestors and learn more about their family history.
So we’re delighted to announce that this Veterans Weekend
, we’ll be opening up our archives and giving unlimited free access
to billions of records and newspaper pages from all over the world. That means that between 7am on Friday, November 7th
and 7am on Monday, November 10th
(EST), absolutely everyone will have access to all our historical records, including:
- Global record sets that include census, birth, marriage, and death records from the 1600s to the present.
- Millions of local newspaper pages from around the globe spanning 1710 to 2014.
- Largest collection of local records from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland dating back to 1500.
- Military records dating from 1760, encompassing the U.S. Civil War, World War I and World War II.
- Passenger lists and naturalizations, covering the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, and beyond.
- Local histories, genealogies, and exclusive access to PERSI (the PERiodical Source Index)
And much, much more!As well as millions of other records that will give everyone the opportunity to explore their family history and bring their past to life.
It’s not only new users who will be able to take their family history research further this weekend. Those with current Findmypast Local subscriptions (with an active Britain, Ireland, US & Canada or Australia & New Zealand subscription) will be able to access all our historical World records during the free access weekend. Those with active World subscriptions will have an additional three days added on to their subscription.
This Saturday 8th November, we will be hosting our first ever Live Broadcast. Featuring an expert panel including Findmypast’s Director of Family History, Joshua Taylor, military historian Paul Nixon, and Who Do You Think You Are?’s Lead Genealogist Laura Berry, the broadcast is designed to help everyone get further with their family history research.
The talks will cover a wide range of topics – from getting started to breaking down brick walls – and viewers can choose to watch the entire event, or tune in for specific presentations.
© 2014, Paula Stuart-Warren. All rights reserved.