Exclusive new Findmypast marriages

Findmypast adds new record sets every Friday. Among this week’s launch were 4.3 million California and Nevada marriage records, which according to Findmypast are exclusive to their site and have never been available online before.


Free days at Findmypast.com

“Findmypast is encouraging fledgling family historians to start their journey of discovery by providing five days of free access to their entire collection of birth, marriage, death and census records.”


FMP adds Scottish Catholic records

In the first update of their Roman Catholic Heritage Archive, Findmypast (FMP) has released 1.2 million Scottish records.


Unlocking Roman Catholic records

Here’s an announcement from Findmypast about a free webinar:

Join resident Irish and Catholic records expert Brian Donovan at 4 pm on Monday, April 10, for a FREE webinar on the Findmypast Catholic Heritage Archive, millions of never-before-published records ready for you to explore.

The presentation will be accompanied by a live question and answer […]

Five free days of Findmypast

In celebration of St Patrick’s Day 2017, Findmypast is making their entire collection of Irish records free for five days – from today until Friday, March 17 (6:59 pm CDT).


Comparing the “Big Four”

Do you ever wonder which online genealogy service is best? The “Big Four” are Ancestry, FamilySearch, findmypast and MyHeritage.


FMP Catholic Heritage Archive

Today Findmypast (FMP) released the following announcement about an important new initiative.


Free access to Findmypast BMD records

This could be the weekend to make a breakthrough in your research.

Findmypast has announced free access to its 1.9 billion birth, marriage, death and census records. The offer is good for four days, ending at 2 pm CST, Sunday, January 15.

Start your journey here: www.findmypast.ie/start-your-journey/

Free data on Findmypast

Today’s blog posting by John Grenham is entertaining, as always, and carries a message to remember: Many sources on Findmypast, a subscription site, are actually free.


Petty sessions court records

Do you have a subscription to Findmypast? If not, you should plan a trip to the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) Library where you can research Findmypast on library computers.