FREE Access -- British & Irish Records -- FindMyPast (22-26 June 2017)
From our friends, at FindMyPast, we learn that from today through the 26th you have FREE access (with registration) to its British & Irish collection (though the 1939 Register, newspapers and some record sets are not included).
As the website says …
Being British ourselves, it's not in our nature to brag, but when it comes to British and Irish records you've come to the right place.
· Get back further with the most comprehensive set of British and Irish parish records anywhere (see map below).
· Find your wartime ancestors with the critical 1939 Register*.
· Go back further in military history with our records dating back to 1760.
· Uncover the role your Irish ancestors played in history with our unrivalled Irish record collection.
Read the full announcement on the website.
Which British or Irish ancestors are you hoping to uncover?
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