FREE ACCESS at Findmypast to Birth, Marriage, Death and Census Records This Week

WOW! Findmypast is offering a WEEK of free access to birth, death, marriage and census records - a great offer especially if you have US ancestors who hopped the pond from England!
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Findmypast Free Access – What Will You Find?

FREE ACCESS at Findmypast! Get access to all Birth, Marriage, Death and Census records which you sign up for free at Findmypast! "To celebrate 100 years of votes for women, we’re opening up our most essential records so your network can trace their inspiring female ancestors."

FREE ACCESS at Findmypast! Get access to all Birth, Marriage, Death and Census records which you sign up for free at Findmypast!

“To celebrate 100 years of votes for women, we’re encouraging as many people as possible to connect with their own inspirational female ancestors by tracing their family history. To help, we’ve made all of our civil birth, marriage, death and census records FREE from Thursday 1 February – Thursday 8 February 2018. Plus, our newly-released Suffragette Collection is available FREE for an extended period until Thursday 8 March 2018.

What is Included in the FREE Access at Findmypast?

All of our civil birth, marriage, death and census records are included in this free access promotion. That means any records you explore under the Civil Births, Civil Deaths & Burials, Civil Marriage & Divorce or Census sub-categories will be completely free to view.

  • Civil Birth Records: Essential for your family tree, uncover your ancestor’s birth date and place, parents’ names and more
  • Civil Marriage Records: Find out the details behind the union of two branches of your family with these family history staples
  • Civil Death Records: Discover vital information for your research including your relative’s age at death, cause of death and next of kin
  • Census Records: Some of the most important records in genealogy, censuses will help you keep track of your family, generation by generation

This offer is valid through February 8th – click HERE to get started – via Findmypast

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PLEASE NOTE: The post content above contains affiliate links. This means I make a percentage of sales via these links. This does not INCREASE the price you pay as a consumer. It simply supplements my income so I can continue providing as much free genealogy content as possible through my “abundance model.”


Disclaimer: All prices and offers are subject to change. Some items may be sold out and have limited inventory. Also check to see if you have automated purchase settings enabled, such as Amazon Buy with 1-Click: it is your responsibility to make sure you are getting the correct price for an item before you check out and finalize the transaction.


Disclosure statement: I have material connections with various vendors and organizations. To review the material connections I have in the genealogy industry, please see Disclosure Statement.


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