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Last Chance to Enter to Win a 12 Month World Subscription to!!

This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who entered, and to 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 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!!

Make Instant Discoveries in Your Family Tree Now
Imagine adding your family tree to a simple website and getting hundreds of new family history discoveries instantly.

MyHeritage is offering 2 free weeks of access to their extensive collection of 20 billion historical records, as well as their matching technology that instantly connects you with new information about your ancestors. Sign up using the link below to find out what you can uncover about your family.

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.

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.

20 Billion Genealogy Records Are Free for 2 Weeks
Get two full weeks of free access to more than 20 billion genealogy records right now. You’ll also gain access to the MyHeritage discoveries tool that locates information about your ancestors automatically when you upload or create a tree. What will you discover about your family’s past?


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.

Findmypast About Findmypast:

Findmypast is an international leader in online family history and genealogy research. Today, 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!

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54 thoughts on “Last Chance to Enter to Win a 12 Month World Subscription to!!”

  1. This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who entered, and to 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!

  2. I’m fairly new to Facebook but found your site and am now “Follow”ing. “Like”d it too. Have been considering findmypast for a while now but not made the plunge.

  3. I absolutely love genealogy! You can learn so much about your family’s history. I liked both pages and sharing with a friend.

  4. Am new to FHD but am really liking it(no pun intended). Have used FMP at the local library but wow! Imagine having a home subscription. Ancestors here I come!

  5. Exciting—-it’s harder and harder to keep subscriptions to all the useful sites—-and Find My Past seems one.

  6. Happy to like both sites. More people should be interested in documenting and learning our history.

  7. It would be very interesting to see just what data is available here, as any reliable new source is always a welcome addition to my research capabilities.

  8. Gerald F Sondergaard

    Had not seen the site before, found the stories interesting and different. Helps encourage me in my family research.

  9. Gerald F Sondergaard

    Absolutely facinated with “Find a Grave” Had never seen it before, and kept looking at all the memorials. Thank you

  10. Shared both sites on my Facebook page. I think my friends will be excited about this contest, too!

  11. Liked both sites. Both sites provide interesting and valuable information.

    What a fabulous prize! A very Happy New Year of genealogy research awaits!

  12. I’ve shared this great opportunity on Facebook… look forward to researching my mother’s British ancestors!

  13. I liked both Findmypast and Family History Daily… though I had to “unlike” FHD so that I could like it again…such a great site!

  14. I posted this great opportunity on my Facebook timeline. Hope all my friends see it and register….but I am hoping that I win…….I did buy that lottery ticket by the way… 😉

  15. I liked both Facebook pages. I love the Family History Daily and enjoy reading the different articles each week. I also use a little bit at the local FHC, but I would love to have my own subscription for those “bunny slipper” research days!

  16. I don’t use Facebook, so I added the RSS feed for both Family History Daily and Findmypast to my blog reader.

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