23 May 2013

FREE Access -- Lots of records available for FREE as we celebrate Memorial Day

As we celebrate those who have served our country in the military, we are presented with some wonderful and FREE access to some databases to help us honor our military veterans as we research their contributions.

The database access we are currently aware of includes:

In honor of Memorial Day next week, MyHeritage is granting free access to millions of military records from our most popular collections. The records can be accessed from here. The free offer ends on May 28.

Read more here - http://blog.myheritage.com/2013/05/memorial-day-free-access-to-us-military-records/.
Ancestry.com is promoting a special Free Access weekend in honor of Memorial Day! All the necessary details below:

From Thursday May 23rd through Monday May 27th, Ancestry.com is offering Free Access to the large collection of new military collections, draft, enlistment and service records. Visit http://www.ancestry.com/family-military to start your search!

USCT Service Records Complete through the 138th Infantry – Free through May 31st. Read more here, http://blog.fold3.com/usct-service-records-complete/ and here http://blogs.archives.gov/prologue/?p=12199 (NARA Prologue: Pieces of History Blog).

See post at 10am today with information.

Are you aware of any other databases offering FREE access to military records?

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