Comparing the “Big Four”

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

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NYC marriage records 1950-1995

New York City marriage records (1950-1995) have been indexed and are now searchable online.

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More Black Friday specials

If eating too much turkey on Thanksgiving made you so sleepy you forgot today was Black Friday, here’s a reminder about some of the special genealogy-related deals available today or through the weekend.

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MyHeritage adds “Instant Discoveries”

To demonstrate the appeal of its new feature, “Instant Discoveries,” MyHeritage took to the streets of New York to preview the product with passers-by at Grand Central Terminal and Times Square.

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MyHeritage Military Records Free This Weekend

You can search historical military records on MyHeritage.com for free this Memorial Day weekend, May 23-26.

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More St Patrick’s Day Specials

Here are more ways to celebrate St Patrick’s Day:

Through March 17, MyHeritage is offering free access to a collection of passengers arriving in New York from Ireland (1846-1851). This collection contains the records of 600,000 immigrants and may include the passenger’s name, age, last residence, departure/arrival dates, and occupation. Ancestry.com has added 2.7 million […]