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Archive for the ‘Databases’ Category

Ardore Births 1901

Gerace Births 1842

Free access to the 1911 census!

In an email I received this morning:

View the 1911 census for free on findmypast.co.uk

View the 1911 census for free on findmypast.co.uk

We know what a brilliant resource the 1911 census is for any family historian, so we’re giving it to you for free!

Until 18 November 2012, view a 1911 census transcript for free on findmypast.co.uk – this usually costs 10 credits.

We’ve also drastically reduced the cost of viewing an original 1911 census image – you’ll pay just 5 credits instead of 30.

There’s more good news: we always strive to offer our customers value for money, so when this offer ends on 18 November, we’ll permanently reduce the price of viewing the 1911 census to 5 credits for a transcription and 5 credits for an original image.

Ardore Pubblicazioni 1884

Free Access to 1930 Census Feb 17-21

1930 Census

Search for your 1930 relatives FREE this weekend on ancestry.com.au.

Thanks to GeneaBloggers Thomas MacEntee for bringing this to our attention via Facebook.

Did you know that school districts take a census each year to determine the state’s allocation of funds to each district?….
For more info see:
School Census Records Offer Lots of Genealogical Info

Remembering Pearl Harbor: FREE ACCESS to WWII military records

Ancestry will be allowing free access to it’s WW2 records until Dec 7th, 2011 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Pearl Harbor. Use this link to start searching the WW2 Military Records.

Free Access to WW2 Records on Ancestry

Changes to SSDI Means Bad News for Genealogists

From the Genealogy Insider:

“The Social Security Administration is making changes to the public Death Master File—the source of the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) that genealogists know and love to use—that’ll impact your research…”

Read More….
SSA to Remove “Protected” Death Records From Death Master File

Free Access Week on Ancestry

This week, starting Aug 29 until Sept 5 all world immigration and travel records will be free to search on Ancestry.  Start searching today!

Footnote Changes It’s Name

Footnote announced 18 August it would be changing it’s name to Fold3 in it’s commitment to offering the finest and most comprehensive collection of U.S. Military records available on the internet.

Why Fold3?

Fold3 will be adding millions of U.S. military records as it continues to not only host existing records but expand it’s military collection.

From their newsletter:

“Traditionally, the third fold in a flag-folding ceremony honors and remembers veterans for their sacrifice in defending their country and promoting peace in the world.”

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