Feeling lucky Irish today?

This is Your Lucky Week for Genealogy!

from BLOG by Thomas MacEnteefour-leaf-clover-hi

Saint Patrick’s Day Deals and Freebies
There are so many great offers to take advantage of this week that we had to get the word out to all our fans and followers! Check the deadlines on these deals – some expire at the end of the day on March 17, 2015!
$1 FindMyPast Offer!
When I first saw this offer, I said, “There has to be a catch!” Last weekend FindMyPast offered free access to over 2 BILLION records and now they want you to try a FindMyPast World Subscription for just $1 for the first month. And get this – you can go into you account and remove the auto-renewal at ANY TIME, even during the first month! So why not take an entire month to get what you need and see if FindMyPast will work for you. Click here for more information.

Evidentia Software – Exclusive 15% Discount Coupon

Use promo code HIDEFGEN at checkout and get 15% off the list price – you pay $25.49 instead of $29.99 – via Evidentia. Click here for more information.
“Evidentia not only solves the problems facing the genealogy community, but also simplifies the process of analyzing evidence and creating proof arguments while still following the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS).” There is also a FREE 14-day trial available! If you haven’t checked out this amazing software, you really it owe to yourself and your genealogy research to do so!

FREE Irish Genealogy Webinars

Now through Wednesday March 18th, you can view three Irish genealogy-related webinars from the library of over 200 recorded webinars at Legacy Family Tree Webinars!
• The Three Cs of Irish Research: Civil Registration, Church Records, and Census: Three of the main Irish genealogical resources of key importance to those tracing their Irish ancestors are census returns, church records, and civil registration (vital records). Although pre-1901 census records were almost completely destroyed and church records also suffered from either a lack of record keeping or destruction, much still exists. This presentation is an overview of surviving censuses and census substitutes, church records and civil registration.
• Breaking Down Your Irish Brick Wall: Irish Estate Records: Where do you turn when you can’t find your Irish ancestors in civil registration, church records or what few censuses survive? Experienced researchers dive right in to the Irish estate records. There is a surprising array of material in estate records that can be used to document the tenants who lived on the estates that covered rural Ireland. In this webinar you will learn how to identify the estate where your ancestor lived, repositories where estate records might be found, and what types of records were kept.
• Some Lesser Known Irish Resources: This webinar is an overview of some lesser known Irish resources that may provide additional information about your Irish ancestors. Some of the sources that will be discussed include school records, taxation sources and court records.

Enter the MyHeritage March Madness Giveaway

Feeling lucky? Or feeling mad that you can’t find those elusive ancestors? Here’s a solution: enter the MyHeritage March Madness Giveaway before 12:00 pm CST on Friday 20 March 2015 and you could find that pot of gold! Click here to enter.
If you’re selected as the winner (and we will draw 3 winners!), you’ll receive a 1-year Premium Plus and 1-year Data Subscription – Full ACCESS genealogy package, which includes both the PremiumPlus Family Tree account and the MyHeritage Data Plan with access to records from around the world including NewspaperArchive.com. Click here for a list of collections available at MyHeritage. Thomas MacEntee

That’s right – here is your genealogy pot of gold! Free Irish Genealogy Webinars now through Wednesday 18 March 2015 http://www.geneabloggers.com/free-irish-genealogy-webinars/%5Bsee more]3/16/15 1:06PM
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