INDEX of Today’s Genealogy Bargains
- American Ancestors: FREE ACCESS to Probate Records
- Ancestry: FREE ACCESS to ANZAC Day Records
- Findmypast: FREE ACCESS to Australian & New Zealand Records
- NEW! Hack Genealogy: Additional DNA Tools and Concepts digital download
- National DNA Day: Ancestry DNA $79, Family Tree DNA $59
- Legacy Family Tree: Legacy 9.0 now available!
- NEW! Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR Finding and Using Land Ownership Maps
National DNA Day Sales!
Tuesday, April 25th is National DNA Day and the sales on DNA test kits have already started! The deals include Family Tree DNA for only $59, AncestryDNA at 20% off, AncestryDNA UK at £59, MyHeritage DNA with FREE SHIPPING and more!
Save 20% at AncestryDNA! $79 for a DNA Test Kit! Are you ready for DNA testing? How about testing with the company with one of the largest database of DNA testers? If you’ve been waiting for a sale at AncestryDNA then here it is!
For more information on the AncestryDNA sale and for sales in Canada and UK, click here.
Family Tree DNA
Now THIS is the DNA sale we’ve all been waiting for! Time to stock up for family reunions and gift giving! Family Tree DNA is doing a BLOWOUT sale similar to their Holiday 2016 sale – with DNA tests as low as $59! Click here for information on Family Tree DNA test kits.
We’ve been working closely with Living DNA and they have a great sale for National DNA Day with a reduction from $159 USD to $119 USD! For UK residents, the price will be reduced from £159 to £119. Living DNA will also be offering a reduction of €30 for European Union residents. Now keep in mind that the Living DNA test is actually three tests: autosomal, mtDNA and Y-DNA! The sale runs through Wednesday, April 26th. Click here for more information on Living DNA test kits.
Click here to check the latest on going sales! Via NationalDNAday.com
NEW Genealogy Bargains
NEW! Additional DNA Tools and Concepts presented by Mary Eberle of DNA Hunters LLC and moderated by Thomas MacEntee. “Have you been using the information learned about autosomal DNA in the Getting Started with DNA and Genealogy Boot Camp? Or maybe you missed the first boot camp, but you have a basic understanding of using DNA for genealogy research. Are you ready to advance to new tools such as those offered on the free website, GEDMatch? GEDMatch has additional tools for analyzing your DNA results. It also lets you find new matches! And what about using other types of DNA test such as Y-DNA, mitochondrial DNA, and X-DNA in your research? Additional DNA Tools and Concepts Boot Camp is probably the perfect way to learn more about DNA testing and genealogy.” Click here for more information – via Hack Genealogy
NEW! FREE WEBINAR Finding and Using Land Ownership Maps presented by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA – Wednesday, April 26th, 1:00 pm Central – “Land ownership maps in this country are generally focused on the county level. Produced largely in the nineteenth-century in single sheet or atlas format, they were sold by subscription and also developed to commemorate events such as the centennial of the American Revolution. Though advances in printing such as lithography increased availability, maps were still expensive. Consequently, they likely will be found in more affluent areas. Property owners can also be found on military maps and other government published maps. Land ownership and residence can often be determined by correlating city directories with fire insurance maps.” Click here to register – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars
ONGOING Genealogy Bargains
Free Access to ANZAC Records at Ancestry.co.au! “Every year on Anzac Day Australians and New Zealanders take time to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made by their Anzac ancestors, and how those sacrifices have helped shaped their nations to be what they are today. Anzac Day on 25th of April marks the anniversary of the day in 1915 during World War One when Australian and New Zealand troops went ashore at Anzac Cove on the Gallipoli peninsula. This was the Anzacs first major military action as part of the Great War, and the Anzac’s faced fierce resistance from the Ottoman Turkish defenders.” Free access through April 25th. Click here to access – via Ancestry
Legacy 9.0 Released with Amazing New Features. Check out the new features you’ll find in the highly-anticipated new version of Legacy Family Tree Software: Hinting, Reports and Charts, FindAGrave.com Searching, Online Backup, Stories, Hashtags, Compare 2 People, Color Coding, and dozens of other enhancements!
The upgrade price, if you currently have Legacy Deluxe, is $26.95. For first time buyers, the price is $34.95 for the download version of Legacy 9.0 Deluxe just click here and use promo code thomas15leg at checkout and save 15%! To take Legacy 9.0 Standard for a test with a FREE DOWNLOAD, click here.
Click here for more information and to upgrade your current copy of Legacy or get the new version – via Legacy Family Tree
FREE ACCESS to Australian & New Zealand records at Findmypast! To celebrate ANZAC Day – April 25th – Findmypast.au is offering access to over 96 million records for FREE! “Findmypast is the best place to discover your homegrown family history. What’s more, there are millions of free records from Britain and Ireland to enjoy too, so you’ll be tracing ancestors across oceans in no time.” Click here to access – via Findmypast
FREE ACCESS at American Ancestors – get access to 32 different probate-related databases from April 18th through April 25th! Just register at the American Ancestors site as a free member and then start your research! These databases contain some of the earliest probate records of colonial Massachusetts and other New England colonies and states, as well as New York, and New Brunswick, Canada. While you are there, check out the free educational resources including the free webinar Using New England Probate Records presented by David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist at the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Click here to access – via American Ancestors
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