7 Free Genealogy Steals to Boost Your Research Now

7 Free Genealogy Steals in January include: FindMyPast.com has free access to over 8 billion records 22-25 January. Local subscribers get World access; World subscribers get 3 additional days added to their subscription. If you have any UK heritage, this is a must!   Ancestry.com has free access to all Australian records 22-26 January *AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time) MyHeritage.com has a large collection of free digitized books available for searching/reading (over 37 million pages in 150,000 books relevant to family history). Read about the collection here. Search the collection for your ancestors here. Just tried this and found a clue for my hard-to-trace Canadian ancestry! Must finish blog quickly and get back to the search! AmericanAncestors (New England Historic Genealogical Society) has an offering for 2016: become a guest user, get a free account, have access to eleven free databases, and all new databases are free for 30 days!  …
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How to get your FREE American Ancestors Account

This is a free American Ancestors account offer for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. AmericanAncestors.org is a website created by the staff at the New England Historic Genealogical Society. "Founded in 1845, the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is the country’s leading resource for family history research. We help genealogists of all skill levels improve their knowledge and understanding of their family and its place in history. Although our name says New England, we provide expertise and research in nearly all aspects of family history, from 17th-century colonial New England through twentieth-century immigration research." They have an online database with over 400 million searchable names.  Follow these instruction to create your free American Ancestors account: Log in to FamilySearch.org (If you don’t already have an account with FamilySearch.org, you’ll need to create one using your LDS membership number. If you…
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