02 September 2015

FREE Access to Ancestry.com Wills & US Vital Records through 7 September 2015

Ancestry.com will offer FREE access to its new Wills collection and all US birth, death and marriage records this weekend!

Access available starting TODAY September 2nd, at noon Eastern through Monday, September 7th, midnight Eastern. 

This link did get me to the image shown above, http://www.ancestry.com/will-probate-records (there is an image that will overlay initially, just hover your mouse in the upper right corner, you will see an X, click on it to close down the overlay) – do recognize that you might have to have a FREE account (not a subscription account) in order to gain access.  Do NOT do the free 14 day subscription option!

Good luck! May you find neat records for your ancestors!

Editor’s Note: From what I can see – for each state you will find a Marriages, Deaths, Wills, Court, and Other Records collection or sometimes more than one discrete collection.  Just dive in and see what you find!
Editor’s Note: Thanks to Thomas MacEntee for letting us know about this offer!

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