Genealogy Bargains Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

June 2nd Databases: 1921 Denmark Census and 1940 Denmark Census with 7,307,391  records! "The 1921 census of Denmark was taken on February 1, 1921. It covered the entire Kingdom of Denmark, including North Schleswig, and the two constituent countries of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Information recorded in the census includes: name, residence, gender, birth date, birthplace, marital status, position in family, profession, and religious affiliation. The 1940 Denmark Census was conducted on November 5, 1940 and provides a glimpse into the lives of the citizens of Denmark at the start of World War II. Every individual within the household at the time of the census, whether family, visitor, or employee was enumerated. Each record contains information about the specific person’s given and family names, gender, residence, birth date, birth place, marital status, marriage date, and their relationship to the head of household. Additional information can be found on the images including profession, education level, and disability (hearing and vision impairment). The census was the only population registration taken in Denmark during World War II, the previous census was collected in 1930 and the following census in 1950." Click HERE for access to the 1921 Denmark Census and click HERE for access to the 1940 Denmark Census!
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Today’s Genealogy Bargains – Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020

Today is Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020 and we’ve got lots of new deals on DNA, genealogy and family history at GenealogyBargains.com!

NEW! Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR "What are the Odds?" An online tool that can help solve DNA puzzles presented by Jonny Perl, Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, 2:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Central / 12:00 pm Mountain / 11:00 am Pacific. When working with DNA for family history research, there are many scenarios where a "mystery match" will emerge. This person will share DNA with several people within a known tree, while their genealogical connection to the tree is not known. They could be someone with unknown or mistaken parentage, or simply an uncommunicative match. This webinar will show how "What are the Odds?" (WATO) can guide you towards answers to puzzles like these. Click HERE to register for FREE - via Legacy Family Tree Webinars. 

FEATURED Genealogy Bargains

  • NEW! Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR “What are the Odds?” An online tool that can help solve DNA puzzles presented by Jonny Perl, Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, 2:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Central / 12:00 pm Mountain / 11:00 am Pacific. When working with DNA for family history research, there are many scenarios where a “mystery match” will emerge. This person will share DNA with several people within a known tree, while their genealogical connection to the tree is not known. They could be someone with unknown or mistaken parentage, or simply an uncommunicative match. This webinar will show how “What are the Odds?” (WATO) can guide you towards answers to puzzles like these. Click HERE to register for FREE – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars. 

NEW Genealogy Bargains

BSO Alert! Each day in June 2020, MyHeritage will open one paid-subscription-only historical record collection to the public, providing full, free access!

MyHeritage: Enjoy FREE ACCESS to a Different Record Collection Every Day in June at MyHeritage! MyHeritage just made a HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT concerning its amazing record collections! Starting Monday, June 1st through the end of the month, one special record collection will be available for FREE each day! VIEW DETAILS

June 2nd Databases: 1921 Denmark Census and 1940 Denmark Census with 7,307,391  records! "The 1921 census of Denmark was taken on February 1, 1921. It covered the entire Kingdom of Denmark, including North Schleswig, and the two constituent countries of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Information recorded in the census includes: name, residence, gender, birth date, birthplace, marital status, position in family, profession, and religious affiliation. The 1940 Denmark Census was conducted on November 5, 1940 and provides a glimpse into the lives of the citizens of Denmark at the start of World War II. Every individual within the household at the time of the census, whether family, visitor, or employee was enumerated. Each record contains information about the specific person’s given and family names, gender, residence, birth date, birth place, marital status, marriage date, and their relationship to the head of household. Additional information can be found on the images including profession, education level, and disability (hearing and vision impairment). The census was the only population registration taken in Denmark during World War II, the previous census was collected in 1930 and the following census in 1950." Click HERE for access to the 1921 Denmark Census and click HERE for access to the 1940 Denmark Census!

  • June 2nd Databases: 1921 Denmark Census and 1940 Denmark Census with 7,307,391  records! “The 1921 census of Denmark was taken on February 1, 1921. It covered the entire Kingdom of Denmark, including North Schleswig, and the two constituent countries of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Information recorded in the census includes: name, residence, gender, birth date, birthplace, marital status, position in family, profession, and religious affiliation. The 1940 Denmark Census was conducted on November 5, 1940 and provides a glimpse into the lives of the citizens of Denmark at the start of World War II. Every individual within the household at the time of the census, whether family, visitor, or employee was enumerated. Each record contains information about the specific person’s given and family names, gender, residence, birth date, birth place, marital status, marriage date, and their relationship to the head of household. Additional information can be found on the images including profession, education level, and disability (hearing and vision impairment). The census was the only population registration taken in Denmark during World War II, the previous census was collected in 1930 and the following census in 1950.” Click HERE for access to the 1921 Denmark Census and click HERE for access to the 1940 Denmark Census!

Genealogy Bargains Categories

Here is a quick directory of deals available at Genealogy Bargains (click each link to jump to that location):

DNA Test Kits & Education

  • Amazon: FREE SHIPPING for Amazon Prime Members on DNA test kits including 23andMe, AncestryDNA, Family Tree DNA, Living DNA and MyHeritage DNA – VIEW DETAILS

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Books and Forms for Family Historians

Save 64% on Family Photo Detective: Learn How to Find Genealogy Clues in Old Photos and Solve Family Photo Mysteries! Historical family photos are cherished heirlooms that offer a glimpse into the lives of our ancestors. But the images, and the stories behind them, often fade away as decades pass - the who, when, where and why behind the photos are lost. In this book, photo identification expert and genealogist Maureen A. Taylor shows you how to study the clues in your old family photos to put names to faces and recapture their lost stories. Regularly $27.99 in print, now just $9.99 in Amazon Kindle format!

  • Amazon: Save 64% on Family Photo Detective: Learn How to Find Genealogy Clues in Old Photos and Solve Family Photo Mysteries! Historical family photos are cherished heirlooms that offer a glimpse into the lives of our ancestors. But the images, and the stories behind them, often fade away as decades pass – the who, when, where and why behind the photos are lost. In this book, photo identification expert and genealogist Maureen A. Taylor shows you how to study the clues in your old family photos to put names to faces and recapture their lost stories. Regularly $27.99 in print, now just $9.99 in Amazon Kindle format! VIEW DETAILS

How to Find Your Family History in U.S. Church Records: A Genealogist's Guide: With Specific Resources for Major Christian Denominations before 1900 by by Harold A. Henderson CG and Sunny Jane Morton.

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Educational Webinars and Online Courses

FREE WEBINAR Sources for Landed and Titled People presented by Paul Milner, June 2nd, 10:00 pm Eastern / 9:00 pm Central / 8:00 pm Mountain / 7:00 pm Pacific. Learn what original, published and internet sources are available for tracing your “upper crust” ancestors, those who are titled and/or owned land. Prove those connections to Royalty. Click HERE to register for FREE - via Legacy Family Tree Webinars. 

  • Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR Sources for Landed and Titled People presented by Paul Milner, June 2nd, 10:00 pm Eastern / 9:00 pm Central / 8:00 pm Mountain / 7:00 pm Pacific. Learn what original, published and internet sources are available for tracing your “upper crust” ancestors, those who are titled and/or owned land. Prove those connections to Royalty. Click HERE to register for FREE – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars. 

Save 15% on Legacy Family Tree Webinars annual subscription with promo code THOMAS15

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Genealogy Subscription Websites

Having trouble finding success with your genealogy research? Ready to make the leap to MyHeritage? Here's a way to try MyHeritage Complete for FREE and also save 50%!

  • MyHeritage: Having trouble finding success with your genealogy research? Ready to make the leap to MyHeritage? Here’s a way to try MyHeritage Complete for FREE and also save 50%! – VIEW DETAILS

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Genealogy Software and Technology

90% off iDrive automatic online backup - just $6.95 USD for 2TB of storage!

  • iDrive: Save 90% on iDrive 2TB automatic backupRegularly $69.50 per year, you get the first year of 2TB cloud storage for just $6.95! Once you’ve scanned all those family photos, you need to have a data backup right? This is a “set it and forget it” program like Carbonite but much better: you can backup your mobile devices and even Facebook images!  VIEW DETAILS

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Photo Organization and Preservation

KODAK Mobile Film Scanner uses your mobile phone to scan slides and film!

  • Amazon: KODAK Mobile Film Scanner uses your mobile phone to scan slides and film! “Bring your memories back to life with just a smartphone! Love looking at your old films, but tired of messy wires and bulky scanning equipment? Skip the expensive fees and keep things simple with the KODAK Mobile Film Scanner. On the surface, it looks like a cute little box. But put it together, place your smartphone on top, and old photographs become digitized in seconds. Our handy scanner is crafted of heavyweight cardboard, which folds down into a small, compact package for portable ease. A built-in LED backlight illuminates your old 35mm films and slides, while the dedicated KODAK Mobile Film Scanner app lets you control everything on your smartphone screen. Crop, rotate and adjust images, add flattering filters, and share directly to social media for Throwback Thursday and more. It’s time to get moving on your personal media conversion. Choose the easiest, most affordable way to scan and save: Bring home a KODAK Mobile Film Scanner today.” Priced at just $39.95! VIEW DETAILS

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Give the Gift of Family History

Save 47% on Klikel Family Tree Display at Amazon! - If you are looking for a way to use your genealogy research and digitized family photos here is a great idea . . . a metallic family tree display from Klikel. While there are many other companies making similar products, the Klikel line are the BEST in terms of construction, durability, and design. My recommendation is to get the Klikel Family Tree Frame Display with 10 Hanging Picture Photo Frames priced at just $39.99 USD!

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