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Friday Finds 24 March 2017

Each Friday, I share the new and updated collections from Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch, as well as links to details about other new, and not so new, records and tools. 457 more words

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Friday Finds 17 March 2017

Each Friday, I share the new and updated collections from Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch, as well as links to details about other new, and not so new, records and tools. 360 more words

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FindMyPast Makes Irish Records Free for the Week

Genealogists! FindMyPast is making its Irish genealogy records freely-available through March 17th, to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. “Unique records from World War 1 and the Easter Rising, extensive travel and migration collections, as well as detailed Irish court and prison registers are all available to help you add colour to your discoveries.”

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Friday Finds 10 March 2017

Each Friday, I share the new and updated collections from Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch, as well as links to details about other new, and not so new, records and tools. 264 more words

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Friday Finds 3 March 2017

Each Friday, I share the new and updated collections from Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch, as well as links to details about other new, and not so new, records and tools. 333 more words

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Friday Finds 24 February 2017

For the last couple of years, I have been setting up posts about the new and updated collections at Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch.  From time to time, I have noticed posts on the blogs I follow about new (and not so new) records online, and I have not been keeping track of them. 476 more words

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Friday Finds 17 February 2017

For the last couple of years, I have been setting up posts about the new and updated collections at Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch.  From time to time, I have noticed posts on the blogs I follow about new (and not so new) records online, and I have not been keeping track of them. 399 more words

Ancestry.com.au