Last Chance to Enter to Win a 12 Month World Subscription to FindMyPast.com!!

Now Reading
Last Chance to Enter to Win a 12 Month World Subscription to FindMyPast.com!!


Ready to Grow Your Family Tree?

The unique step-by-step lessons in our popular online genealogy course can help you find your ancestors.

It's simple, fun and affordable.

This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who entered, and to Findmypast.com for donating the generous prize. The winner, drawn randomly from all comments, is Barbara L. Congrats!! Barbara, you will be contacted by email very soon with instructions for obtaining your subscription!


 

We’re excited to announce that Family History Daily has teamed up with the wonderful genealogy research site Findmypast.com to offer a giveaway of a 12 Month World Subscription (or subscription extension) to their expansive record collection!

That’s a $200 value, providing access to hundreds of millions of records from the United Kingdom, Ireland, the USA, Australia and New Zealand for an entire year!!

To Enter to Win:

Please find a way to follow Family History Daily and FindMyPast. You might “Like” Findmypast and Family History Daily on Facebook or, if you do not use Facebook, please find another way to follow both sites–such as through Twitter, Pinterest, RSS or via newsletter. Then leave a comment on this blog post to enter.

Advertisement

For a Second Entry:

Share this giveaway with friends (such as through social media or email) and then leave a second comment on this post letting us know that you did.

How to Win:

We will draw a winner randomly from all comments on Friday, Jan 16th at 3pm PT and post the winner’s name here on the site and in our weekly newsletter! Due to the problems that some of our readers were experiencing with loading this page and leaving comments we have extended the giveaway for 2 days. The giveaway now ends on Sunday, Jan 18th at 2:30pm PT and the winner will be announced shortly after. Thank you for your understanding.

Grow Your Tree With Our Online Genealogy Course
Did you know that Family History Daily offers a popular and affordable, self-paced online genealogy course that can help you with your research?

Move past the basics and learn advanced research methods easily with our one-of-a-kind lessons, step-by-step guides, helpful hands-on activities, fun challenges and engaging discussions.

You'll Discover:
  • where to find billions of free genealogy records online
  • The Google search tricks that can help you find your ancestors
  • how to research dozens of special topics
  • where to find free online genealogy tools
  • how to break down brick walls with simple, proven strategies
  • how to use DNA for genealogy research
  • and much more...

Send Me a Registration Reminder Instead

Rules:

Only two comments/entries per person (one for following and one for sharing). Giveaway ends at 2:30 PT on Jan 18th. If your comment(s) do not show up right away they have been caught in our comment filter and will be published within 24 hours.

FindmypastAbout Findmypast:

Findmypast is an international leader in online family history and genealogy research. Today, Findmypast.com boasts more than 1.8 billion worldwide records, including more than 40 million British and Irish newspaper pages, and the Periodical Source Index (PERSI). Our advanced search tools and data accuracy work together to help both professional and budding genealogists find their past. Findmypast works closely with the genealogy community, including local libraries, archives, societies, and other organizations from around the world, to preserve, digitize, and provide access to historical records and genealogical publications.

Good luck!

Featured Image: “California delegates on stagecoach at the 1912 Republican National Convention held at the Chicago Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, June 18-22, 1912.” See the full image at the Library of Congress.

Get Our Genealogy Articles by Email Each Week
Stay up-to-date on our newest articles by subscribing to our free weekly newsletter.
Related:  Discover Your Ancestors 4th Annual Print Edition Released
54 Comments
Leave a response

Leave a Response