Mocavo is moving to Findmypast Today

(Note from Vicki – article from Mocavo.)
Mocavo is moving to Findmypast

The Mocavo website will be closing at midnight today (Wednesday 23rd March) and that your account will be moving over to Findmypast in the next few days. Plus, over the coming weeks, all of Mocavo’s records and much, much more will soon be available on Findmypast.

Find out more
What do I need to do?

Your Mocavo account details will automatically transfer to Findmypast, where we’ll give you a 30 day trial, completely free.

We have all sorts of help content to get you started here on our blog.

What’s great about Findmypast?

Findmypast is the perfect place to dig further back into your family’s history and here’s why.
1.5 million UK BMD Records: The largest online collection of UK parish records anywhere

100 Million US marriage Records: The only place you’ll find 360 years of marriage records that include more than 450 million names

110 million Irish Parish Records: The largest collection of Irish records available anywhere online (over 300 million names)

1939 register – 41 million records: The only place you can access this Wartime Domesday Book

100 Million Travel Records: Trace your English, Irish and Australian ancestors in our migration records and passenger lists.

3 Million England & Wales Crime Records: The largest online collection of UK crime & punishment records (1779-1936)

13 Million British & Irish Newspapers: The largest online collection of searchable historic British and Irish newspapers

65 Million World Military Records: The most comprehensive online Naval collection, Royal Air Force collection and British Army service records
What about my Mocavo family tree?

If you have a tree, we’ll be migrating it over to Findmypast and sending you a link for where you can access it shortly. But, if you can’t wait, you can always export your GEDCOM file now. Just read the instructions below to find out how.

Click on the “Family Trees” tab at the top of the Mocavo homepage and select “My Trees” from the dropdown list.

On the page called “Settings & Preferences”, click “Export” next to the tree(s) you wish to back up.

Click the “EXPORT GEDCOM” button to download your tree. This will be emailed to you – keep it safe and we’ll be in touch with instructions on how to import it to FMP once your account has been migrated.
Export tree

Get in touch

You can contact our customer service team with any questions by email at support@findmypast.com
From,
The Mocavo & Findmypast team

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