25 November 2015

It's not too late for NGS members to gift themselves a FREE Findmypast Subscription (Restrictions Apply)

NGS members give yourself a gift this holiday season by redeeming or extending your subscription to the US and Canada collection of Findmypast, a leading provider of genealogical records.

Through a special offer, NGS members will have access to the Findmypast U.S. and Canada collection at no cost for one year (a $99.50 value). As a bonus, members can upgrade their free accounts to the Findmypast World collection (a $199.50 value) for only $89. Members who take advantage of this offer will receive Findmypast World at a 55% discount while also supporting NGS.

These offers apply to new or current Findmypast members. Details on how to upgrade will be sent once the U.S. and Canada subscription has been redeemed.

Findmypast has an ever-expanding collection of more than two billion historical records from around the world. The site includes U.S. census records, newspapers, the largest online collection of Irish records, and military records from the Revolutionary War through World War II. For additional information and to redeem this offer, visit the 
NGS website.

Not a member of the National Genealogical Society, please consider a membership for yourself or a gift for the family historian in your family. More information is available at  http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/individual_member_benefits

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