Genealogy Bargains for Wednesday 19 April 2017

FREE Webinar Recordings - Irish Genealogy: Resources for Success! and Famine Era Records and Emigration - On March 15 and 16, 2017, the Fountaindale Public Library in Bollingbrook, Illinois, hosted a day-long event of Irish genealogy lectures online. The event was sponsored by the Ulster Historical Foundation and the resulting recordings can be viewed for FREE.
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NEW Genealogy Bargains

FREE WEBINAR Neighborhood Reconstruction: Effective Use of Land Records presented by Mary Hill, AG - Wednesday, April 19th, 1:00 pm Central - “Use USGS topographic maps, tract maps, plat maps, surveys, deeds, census records, and tax lists to reconstruct the neighborhood where your ancestor lived. Plat your ancestor’s land records and discover what unexpected clues might be discovered in the process.”

NEW! FREE WEBINAR Neighborhood Reconstruction: Effective Use of Land Records presented by Mary Hill, AG – Wednesday, April 19th, 1:00 pm Central – “Use USGS topographic maps, tract maps, plat maps, surveys, deeds, census records, and tax lists to reconstruct the neighborhood where your ancestor lived. Plat your ancestor’s land records and discover what unexpected clues might be discovered in the process.” Click here to register – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

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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.

NEW! 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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FREE Webinar Recordings - Irish Genealogy: Resources for Success! and Famine Era Records and Emigration - On March 15 and 16, 2017, the Fountaindale Public Library in Bollingbrook, Illinois, hosted a day-long event of Irish genealogy lectures online. The event was sponsored by the Ulster Historical Foundation and the resulting recordings can be viewed for FREE.

NEW! FREE Webinar Recordings – Irish Genealogy: Resources for Success! and Famine Era Records and Emigration – On March 15 and 16, 2017, the Fountaindale Public Library in Bollingbrook, Illinois, hosted a day-long event of Irish genealogy lectures online. The event was sponsored by the Ulster Historical Foundation and the resulting recordings can be viewed for FREE. The topics include:

Irish Genealogy: Resources for Success!

  • Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Research & Irish Education and School Records
  • Gravestone Inscriptions and Newspapers as Sources for Irish Research
  • Sources Available for Irish Research by County & Introduction to Archives in Ireland
  • Using the Registry of Deeds, with a Short Introduction to Irish wills

Famine Era Records and Emigration

  • The Great Famine in Ireland, 1845–51: A Brief Historical Overview
  • Emigration from Ireland to North America: An Overview and The Great Famine in Ireland: Sources for Research Part 1
  • The Great Famine in Ireland: Sources for Research Part 2 and Emigration from Ireland to North America: Strategies for Researching Emigrant Ancestors

Click here to access the webinars – via Fountaindale Public Library

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FREE RECORDING The Genealogy in Government Documents presented by by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA - “An often under used resource, evidence of kinship abounds in publication such as the Serial Set, American State Papers, and the Territorial Papers. We explore these publications and discover efficient ways to access them.”

NEW! FREE RECORDING The Genealogy in Government Documents presented by by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA – “An often under used resource, evidence of kinship abounds in publication such as the Serial Set, American State Papers, and the Territorial Papers. We explore these publications and discover efficient ways to access them.” Click here to view for FREE through Monday, April 24th – via Board for Certification of Genealogists and Legacy Family Tree Webinars

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ONGOING Genealogy Bargains

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!

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

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Enter the National DNA Day Giveaway sponsored by GenealogyBargains.com - win an AncestryDNA test kit or one of over $2,000 worth of prizes!

Win an AncestryDNA Test and More! Tuesday, April 25th is National DNA Day and to celebrate, NationalDNADay.com and GenealogyBargains.com have  paired up to give away over 14 DNA-related prizes worth over $2,000 USD! Enter by 11:50pm Central on Thursday, April 20th to qualify. Click here to enter.

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Win a FREE DNA Analysis valued at $350 from Legacy Tree Genealogists!

Win a FREE DNA Analysis valued at $350 from Legacy Tree Genealogists! “In celebration of NationalDNADay (April 25th) you could win a
FREE DNA Analysis from Legacy Tree Genealogists (valued at $350) to help you interpret your DNA test results or create a DNA testing plan to aid in your genealogy research.” Enter by Thursday, April 20th! Click here to enter – via Legacy Tree Genealogists

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