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4 months Premium Membership at Ancestry.co.uk for £20.00

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A great offer at Ancestry.co.uk. Premium membership is usually £13.99 a month but they are offering 4 months for just £5 a month. Premium membership gives you access to everything except records fr…
andyhump Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago10 Comments
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its a good offer. you really need to have a few months to dig into the records, especially if you haven't got much to go on to start with. I had a membership a couple of years ago for 6 months (back when you could buy a box with software and free 6 months membership). I've traced some ancestors reliably back to 1840 or so, some quite boring (farmers etc, not much to find there), but others have interesting stories. so I'd say its definitely worth it if you can put the time and effort in and you're interested.
This is hilarious. 4 months premium access for 20 quid and it's freezing cold! Perhaps I should have posted the 14 quid a month offer!
To get the offer you just have to complete the free 2 week trial.
And as for the effectiveness of Ancestry.co.uk, I have got back to 1700 and I've only been doing it for a fortnight. And I have every document available as evidence. I've discovered 4 relatives who served in WW1, 3 of whom died at the front and even a relative who was transported to Oz.
Just imagine how long that would have taken if I'd had to rely on traditional methods!
Rich069
Master G
Darzen
Wouldn't you just need it for 1 day though ?
Search your history, save and print it, cancel membership.
You may want to sign up here. http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-university-backed-course-researching-your-family-tree-2596710
Ancestry will not give you your tree, it may give you a tool to build one but you still need to prove every branch otherwise you will go off on the wrong track. Years and years of work if you want a true history of your family.
​Agree with this. Originally signed up thinking they would have all the info. Instead, it shows you ways to find the info yourselves. Basically, you do it all yourself, and can do it the same way without Ancestry from public files/records/google.

Ancestry does not give you your tree but it allows you to see public trees and go far enough and someone else is likely to have researched some of your ancestors - so you get very useful hints. You will not get the same things from public records - a few times you'll get more but mostly a hell of a lot less unless you want to travel to different parts of the country and spend ten times as long and a lot more money.
Master G
Darzen
Wouldn't you just need it for 1 day though ?
Search your history, save and print it, cancel membership.
You may want to sign up here. http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-university-backed-course-researching-your-family-tree-2596710
Ancestry will not give you your tree, it may give you a tool to build one but you still need to prove every branch otherwise you will go off on the wrong track. Years and years of work if you want a true history of your family.


​Agree with this. Originally signed up thinking they would have all the info. Instead, it shows you ways to find the info yourselves. Basically, you do it all yourself, and can do it the same way without Ancestry from public files/records/google.
It looks like you only get the offer after the 2 week free trial!
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A year subscription to ancestry for Half-Price - now £59.99 (normally £119.99)

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FULLY READ INSTRUCTIONS BELOW: Ancestry subscription with a 50% reduction UK Premium £59.99 (Normally £119.99) Worldwide £89.99 (Normally 179.99) It says it's for new subscribers, but if you have
trevorfranklin Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago21 Comments
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thank you
Many thanks! :)

Mine expired last year and I was waiting for the right deal. Saw one before Christmas and glad I held out. Half price is good so went for worldwide.

Can't understand why people mark these deals as cold, when it is a good deal. Yes, you can get it free at the library, but unless you are looking for just a small piece of information about one person, the time allowed (think half an hour or an hour in some libraries) doesn't mean you will find what you are looking for.

Just a point about your Family Tree when you have a lapsed membership. You can still add to it from other sources, such as Family Search, but remember to add the source so that you can find it again.

Can recommend the Course as I did it last year.
trevorfranklin
vultura
Question - Is Ancestry a good site for a newbie to start researching family tree?
In short.
YES
As long as you can start up with your own tree back to the 1901, you can then use all the census and other materials to build further back

Thanks for reply. I have during a free weekend on findmypast made a start, which got me back to early 1900s, but ran out of time. Ended up trying to use other web based resources to try and go further back, but piecing it together was more guess work than anything else.
One other point. I use separate family tree software to build my family trees and use ancestry just for research. I'm not then restricted to building the tree whilst having to be subscribed to ancestry. The downside to this approach is you don't get matches with other family trees on ancestry
If anyone is still having difficulty accessing this offer, the way I did it was to copy and paste the link into my seldom used Chrome browser which didn't have me logged into my ancestry account. Logged in using my existing ancestry details and paid the discounted subs and then logged in using my normal internet explorer browser. It might be that you can simply logout from ancestry before you copy and paste the link into your normal browser. Thanks again OP, wish I could vote HOT again
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40% OFF 12 month Ancestry Premium membership. Normally £119.99 now only £71.99 Plus 27.5% Quidco. See description @ A

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40% OFF Ancestry.co.uk Premium membership 12 month Ancestry Premium membership. Normally £119.99 now only £71.99 This is a fantastic deal as Ancestry rarely have these sort of discounts. It s…
fld14 Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago17 Comments
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ricaird
free to use in many public libraries (on site access)


​I never knew that. Thank you
free to use in many public libraries (on site access)

Edited By: ricaird on Dec 28, 2016 00:32: missed word
snarkle
I just checked this out, and the deal only appeared when I logged in with my (now expired) account. It didn't appear on a new account page. Thanks for posting it. Saving me a fortune! :)
Glad to have helped as these dont come along often :)
fld14
camerafan
Can't see anything on the site to say anything other than £119.99 annual subscription. Can fld14 tell us where the code can be found.
Dont know what happened to the link but I have changed it now to the main home page and the offer is at the top. Thanks.
Thanks fld14. It's working now. Voted hot.
I just checked this out, and the deal only appeared when I logged in with my (now expired) account. It didn't appear on a new account page. Thanks for posting it. Saving me a fortune! :)
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AncestryDNA (£49 + £20 p+p first kit, £10 p+p subsequent kits) £69.00

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This is the lowest price I have ever seen AncestryDNA in the UK. Each kit is currently £49 Postage and packing £20 for the first kit you order P+P is £10 for each subsequent kit Plus the poten…
greta Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Hedgehogamous
What's the TCB discount please?

When I did it 2 days ago, it was 13%.
What's the TCB discount please?
I've used Ancestry for over 12 months and have bought two of the AncestryDNA kits for willing family members. Both of the tests identified many 'xth cousins' who turned out were definitely related to us and shared great grandfathers, etc. The ethnicity estimator is interesting but it's not worth getting the kit just for that. I'd recommend getting this only if you're already researching your family tree (or are planning on doing so) through Ancestry.

Anyway, £69 including postage is cheaper than any other deal I've seen for it. The best I've seen in the last year or so was £79 (free postage). Plus TBC and Quidco do cashback on top of it.

Entirely a different artticle about something else. These have never claimed to see if you're related to Richard III, etc. However, they will give accurate results if you want to find out 1st-4th cousins.

A more accurate analysis is on the ISOGG website:
http://isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_statistics

Scroll down to the percentages. I have located people's parents through this, they were adopted and had no idea of who their parents were. You cannot put a price on that.

EDIT: if you have questions, go to the ISOGG Facebook group and ask questions https://www.facebook.com/groups/isogg/ A lot of very knowledgeable people there.

Edited By: greta on Nov 25, 2016 08:56
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Starts Friday - 3 days of free access to Ancestry's UK military records

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Just had an email about this. Starting on Friday, Ancestry users get free access to UK military records for 3 days. We used this last time to find out about my Great-Grandfather's WW1 service.
GlasgowGrey Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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wish it was in scotland too
Still have to pay to join..............doesn't appear to be free as it's demanding my credit card details.
Nice one OP, hope to find info on my grandfather who fought with the British in WW2, like tens of thousands of other Sikh soldiers..
Currently taking advantage of the 4 months for £20 deal, which is proving very valuable, so I don't need this but if anyone is tempted please, for the love of god, quadruple check everything you put in your public trees, and octople check everything other people have done. There's very few trees I've found that aren't littered with errors, some blatent. Unless one of my ancestors did marry his own daughter and sire himself, in which case I'll take it back.

Findmypast.co.uk also have a similar military offer, FWIW.
This is England and Wales only, not UK. Please amend the description.

Edited By: Gordonc1960 on Nov 09, 2016 10:33: accuracy
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Ancestry. Free access this weekend. Ends Sunday.

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Free access to all UK and Ireland records. Search more than 1 billion records right now and find the detail in your family's story that makes you who you are today. Access to the records in the…
ukkit Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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It is available from Westminster Reference Library if you join the library which is FREE.
Would love a discount on the DNA test! Anybody tried it?
sandiford101
I went via the link but as soon as search for anything it asks u to open an account for a free 14 day trial. is this right.

For some reason, you have to copy and paste the link into your address bar. Just clicking on the link redirects you.

Edited By: ukkit on Oct 09, 2016 16:32: error
Cheers
The site has limited functionality as free version this weekend but does basic searches. You can't view all hints such as other member trees unless you pay for a subscription.
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Free access to UK records on Ancestry.co.uk this bank holiday weekend

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Received an email this morning: Free access to UK records - Starts today‏ The sooner you start, the longer you get Are you from a long line of adventurers? Perhaps a recently discovered cousin…
GlasgowGrey Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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They didn't even have MY details!??????
elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!


​Time travel always a burden in my life. I never know which travel card to buy.
The accuracy is useless I think this would hinder finding your family tree rather than help!
Norman-B
elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!

Your mum gave birth to your dad before she was born? I really shouldn't have had that extra tot!


​i tell ya when I told my mum she was more than a little surprised
elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!

Your mum gave birth to your dad before she was born? I really shouldn't have had that extra tot!
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Ancestry.co.uk - 100 hours free access to UK military records. Ends July 4.

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To commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme, ancestry are offering 100 hours of free access* to historic military records, including diary's written by soldiers on the front line. 100 ho…
Tickorama Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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thanx
Jonnyblock
Would this have World War 2 records as well?
The records are scanty and few for WW2, so I wouldn't pay subscription for this, as I was disappointed finding just one record, I read on their web site (Ancestry) this subsequently, user may be disappointed to find the limited availability of equivalent service records for World War II. The reason being that the records of Britain’s Army, Navy and Air Force are still classified documents held by the Ministry of Defence.
Cheers mate, my great Grandad died in the somme and I've been wanting to look him up
Would this have World War 2 records as well?
davej798
splender
OP, just to make sure, it is the normal "14 day trial" that get this access too?
its the box on the right entitled the somme 100 years on free search .. your welcome
Thanks, but I logged on with my previous free trial account, I could access the military records without taking out another trial. Found what I wanted, though too scanty details.
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FREE access to Irish records on Ancestry.co.uk this month

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As the title says. You will have to register on the site if you haven't before to view these records.
Downtheturf Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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This link may be more direct http://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/uk/ireland. Thanks for finding this.
Thanks for listing. Do you have to sign up for a subscription to access this offer?
In case anyone wasn't aware, most libraries in the UK will have access to Ancestry.co.uk which you can use free of charge. There are some limitations, but if you just want to do a few basic searches, may be worth you taking a look.
Most will need additional free access to Ancestry.com.au to get their family tree up to date.
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Free long weekend of UK records @ Ancestry UK

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Just seen an advert on tv for free access to Ancestry UK records from today (19th) until Sunday.
fluffykit Avatar11m, 3d agoFound 11 months, 3 days ago3 Comments
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Not UK. England and Wales only.
keeps coming up with a payment selection screen for me.
what a great way for the government and third party companies to collect information on people :)
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Ancestry DNA Test package £69.00 (reduced from £99 for this weekend)

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I'm not sure if this is really worth the bother as DNA tests like this are a bit quesitonable and personally I'd also be concerned about privacy and a large corporation having access to that kind of d…
sotomonkey Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago3 Comments
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Get one on Jeremy Kyle for free if you are a rough northerner with bad teeth.
It's funny, i know I didn't exactly make it appeal to people, I have my concerns about it but I think it's a very interesting idea.

Won't be long though until you can get your whole genome sequenced for 99 quid at this rate. It's about a 1000 dollars at the moment.
Didn't notice this bit,

Price excludes shipping costs or applicable taxes. Surely that price includes VAT and the minimal shipping required.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Nov 27, 2015 18:36
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Ancestry.co.uk Immigration Records Free Access Weekend 2-4 Oct

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A quick heads up, just received an email saying that ancestry.co.uk are having another free access weekend starting tomorrow Fri 2 Oct til Mon 4 Oct. Hope it helps someone. Edit: Please note tha…
PJDiddy Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago12 Comments
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this is a good one for all those who are against immigration to see that they're descendants of immigrants themselves lol oh the irony ;)
longman2014
GuyFawk
i really dont see how its acceptable that private data is made available to any tom, dick or harry online, we really need take our data security much more seriously
There's no private data involved, they are dead.

What so when I die people will be able to find out about my extraordinary large manhood and millions in the bank?
GuyFawk
i really dont see how its acceptable that private data is made available to any tom, dick or harry online, we really need take our data security much more seriously, i dont even register to vote as its such a data risk ( and there is nobody worth voting for )
I think you are confused between public records and private personal data. Public records have always been available to the public including poll registers, deaths, births and marriages. Moreover the latter records you should know these have always been available for inspection. Also visit the national archives blah blah.
GuyFawk
i really dont see how its acceptable that private data is made available to any tom, dick or harry online, we really need take our data security much more seriously
There's no private data involved, they are dead.
i really dont see how its acceptable that private data is made available to any tom, dick or harry online, we really need take our data security much more seriously, i dont even register to vote as its such a data risk ( and there is nobody worth voting for )
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Ancestry Free Access Weekend 28 - 31 August

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Just received via email: This August Bank Holiday weekend, come rain or shine, we’re opening up our site to give you FREE access to more than 1 billion UK records. We’re also giving you a first chanc…
GlasgowGrey Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago3 Comments
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rowatton
Why can't I get onto the free weekend ?

Ancestry Free Access Weekend 28 - 31 August(_;)
Why can't I get onto the free weekend ?
Hot from me
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Ancestry.co.uk - three days of free access 5, 6, 7 June 2015

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Just received an email advising of another free weekend on Ancestry.co.uk. As usual you'll need to have an account (free to set up) that will let you "Search more than 1 billion UK records, from as ea…
irregs Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago14 Comments
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frizzyhead
Maxwell085
Hi, I'm new to the site. Can you sign up for free without having to roll in to a paid subscription after 14 days? I couldn't work out how.
Thanks
They seemed to have made it more hidden to join without free trail than when I used it at Easter.
Try this:
from homepage click tab that says ' SIGN IN '
When boxes drop down leave username and password blank and click ' SIGN IN ' button
This will take you to a welcome to ancestry page that says ' invalid credentials '
on the right underneath ' not a member of ancestry? ' click the line ' sign up now for free '
Then enter name, email and create a password, accept t's & c's and click CONTINUE, you will then be logged in
it will ask you if you want to start a free trail repeatedly later on but at least you will have a username (email) and password and can start to search for free this weekend and create free family trees without having to enter your card details
hope this helps ☺

Thank you. That worked perfectly.
Maxwell085
Hi, I'm new to the site. Can you sign up for free without having to roll in to a paid subscription after 14 days? I couldn't work out how.

Thanks


They seemed to have made it more hidden to join without free trail than when I used it at Easter.
Try this:
from homepage click tab that says ' SIGN IN '
When boxes drop down leave username and password blank and click ' SIGN IN ' button
This will take you to a welcome to ancestry page that says ' invalid credentials '
on the right underneath ' not a member of ancestry? ' click the line ' sign up now for free '
Then enter name, email and create a password, accept t's & c's and click CONTINUE, you will then be logged in

it will ask you if you want to start a free trail repeatedly later on but at least you will have a username (email) and password and can start to search for free this weekend and create free family trees without having to enter your card details

hope this helps ☺
Thank you, didn't know about the other free sites either.
Maxwell085
Hi, I'm new to the site. Can you sign up for free without having to roll in to a paid subscription after 14 days? I couldn't work out how.
Thanks
Yeah from what I remember when you sign up it asks you if you want premium just select no.
Hi, I'm new to the site. Can you sign up for free without having to roll in to a paid subscription after 14 days? I couldn't work out how.

Thanks

Edited By: Maxwell085 on Jun 05, 2015 12:57
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UK Midlands - Free Access with Ancestry.co.uk

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For a few days only Ancestry are offering free access to Midlands records. You need to register for a free account if you haven't got one already. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/grouplist.asp…
numptynutz Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago2 Comments
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does this mean I can add records via the app for members of my family in midlands?
probably as it won't be a very big tree
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Free access to all UK records for Easter weekend at Ancestry.co.uk

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Free access to all UK Ancestry records this weekend. You will need a username and password, but don't have to sign up for a subscription. Access to the records in the collections will be free until…
irregs Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago27 Comments
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Excellent
irregs
frizzyhead
Thank you, I have always wanted to find out more. Found it difficult to find other people as all you get in birth index is mother's maiden name so haven't been able to get any further than grandparents, which I mostly knew anyway.



Depending on when they were born you can use the census records to identify your grandparents when they were children, through which you can see their siblings and parents. This can sometimes be a useful lead for your research.



Thank you, I did find a lot of info from the census pages in the end, found 5 different records that had been entered into the database wrong thanks to tiny jumbled up writing which slowed me down.

Trouble was we didn't know the first names of what would have been my great grandparents, I ended up having to find my grandads cousin whose first and last name my mum remembered, so I ended up having to go up to their parents census then work my way through the list of daughters names, got there in the end!

This has been a great freebie, after a slow start I have now managed to find out my great grandparents names, where they were born and lived, their occupation, parents and sibling names, and when one of them passed away, even found out that my late grandfather was named after who would have been his uncle who was killed in WW1 with the unusual middle name of Walford, and this was long before EastEnders
Gordonc1960
Chispas
Brill! Tho most of ancestors are Scottish, there are a few in England and Wales, so off to trace now. Mega thanks, irregs
So not UK then.

Yes for England and Wales this is a good resource, but for the rest of the UK it is a bit lacking (though generally Scottish records are rather difficult to obtain). The site does claim it's a free "UK" weekend - and for free one really can't complain too much I suppose.

http://c.mfcreative.com/mars/spot/easter/2015/uk/uk-easter1099-fa-lihp-990x92.jpg
Chispas
Brill! Tho most of ancestors are Scottish, there are a few in England and Wales, so off to trace now. Mega thanks, irregs

So not UK then.
sites a bit rubbish, I entered all that i know as far my grand parents and all it found was pretty much useless info I already knew or other peoples records.
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Free access to Ancestry.co.uk this weekend (6th - 8th February)

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Received in an email just now: Delve deeper into your family story Starting this Friday, we’re opening up our site for you to explore, with free access to more than 1 billion UK records. It’s th…
GlasgowGrey Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago19 Comments
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Sorry Zilpah, if you missed out. I had no problems searching in and out of English and Scottish relatives, back to Knockando in the 1790s. Unfortunately I made two distinct trees and now have discovered I can't merge them, so I might have to do it all again, almost from scratch. I did it all in a day, wonder what I might have achieved if I'd done a full weekend?
ALL UK??????? You mean england and wales!!!! I tried to access scottish ancestry nothing!!! But when l entered english details..... Hey presto there they were. So beware do not subscribe if searching for scottish details
Not able to open the English side, only American.
Yes working for me. I had to give an email address but don't sign up for trial. Just do a search. Finding it fascinating.
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Received in an email just now:
Delve deeper into your family story
Starting this Friday, we’re opening up our site for you to explore, with free access to more than 1 billion UK records. It’s three days only, so mark your calendars and get ready to uncover some gems in your family history.
Access to the records in the featured collections will be free until 8 February, 2015 at 23:59 GMT. After the free access period ends, you will only be able to view the records in the featured collections using an Ancestry.co.uk paid membership.
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Free access to Genealogy UK records at Ancestry.co.uk until 23:59 on 26th December 2014

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Free access from Ancestry as a Christmas gift to the UK records from Christmas Eve until Midnight on Boxing Day:- If you haven't started your family tree, this is an ideal opportunity to do so.
1966mcta Avatar2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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All they are doing is gathering information about you and your family that they may not already have and the worst part about it is that they get to gather your credit card details as well.

If it were really FREE then they should NOT insist on card details. They want these details hoping you forget about it and fail to cancel .

And of course this is ANOTHER foreign company employed by the British government and they are working for themselves gathering information for their own benefit.

What is wrong with our inept politicians that all they seem interested in is making foreigners rich at the expense of British taxpayers?
This is by far the best website for research! Why the hell do you need to find yourself? Go back from your Grandparents and if you get hooked buy the Platinum edition of Family Tree Maker for around £30 which gives you 6 months access included.
kamenitzabrit
I found some relatives from 1800's, but couldn't find my own birth or my father's using this site, and I'm sure I exist - just don't place too much reliance on it, and only use it when free is my motto.
When they actually have details of me and other family that I have birth certificates for, then I might pay.

are you sure you're not tangled up in a "Truman show"-type situation?
When you look at the records the top search results are for other peoples family treess which dont appear to be free with this trial. (
Tastyparsnip
It asks me to pay?? What am I doing wrong anyone, please?
Complete pants, couldn't even find myself!
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free access to some military records for registered users @ Ancestry

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Access to select military collections will be free until 11 November 2014 23.59 BST. To view these records you will need to register for free with Ancestry.co.uk with your name and email address. We w…
syman Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago2 Comments
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No code, just go to ancestry.co.uk/telegraph and fill in details, even works if you had a previous free trial
Anyone buy a copy of the Telegraph today (Sat 8 Nov)?

Details in there (presumably a code you could share) of how to get a 30 day free trial instead of usual 14 days.
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Free access this weekend - Ancestry.com

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Just got an email from ancestry.com stating "Explore your family’s work history with free access this weekend*."
philphil61 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago36 Comments
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pasheast
Don't be so judgemental and quick to criticise. The 'beware' heading might have been a bit ott, but this sounded to me like a genuinely concerned new subscriber to the free trial who cannot find how to stop the trial before they took her/his money.

lol you tell me not to be judgemental etc then state his "beware" is a bit off!

Anyone with common sense and the ability to understand will know that an online "business" that has millions of members globally is not out to scam anyone

His failure to find the "cancel subscription" link and take time to read the instructions for cancelling should have been directed at the Ask community or even easier - post a question here.

As I said in 2 other comments on this thread - if you are not a member - sign up for a 14 day free trial and cancel subscription on day 13 - it's that simple........... well for some anyway.

I don't mind giving advice / help to anyone who asks but jensur1 never asked and his relevant post just showed the wrong attitude and they got criticised for doing so.... enough said
"is" is not the same as 'might have been', and "off" is not the same as 'ott', nor was my comment anything like your judgemental response. "They" didn't "get criticised", s/he was criticised by you alone in your unnecessary tirade.

"...enough said"; I do hope so. Have a nice day.
pasheast
Don't be so judgemental and quick to criticise. The 'beware' heading might have been a bit ott, but this sounded to me like a genuinely concerned new subscriber to the free trial who cannot find how to stop the trial before they took her/his money.

lol you tell me not to be judgemental etc then state his "beware" is a bit off!

Anyone with common sense and the ability to understand will know that an online "business" that has millions of members globally is not out to scam anyone

His failure to find the "cancel subscription" link and take time to read the instructions for cancelling should have been directed at the Ask community or even easier - post a question here.

As I said in 2 other comments on this thread - if you are not a member - sign up for a 14 day free trial and cancel subscription on day 13 - it's that simple........... well for some anyway.

I don't mind giving advice / help to anyone who asks but jensur1 never asked and his relevant post just showed the wrong attitude and they got criticised for doing so.... enough said
philphil61
jensur1
BEWARE BEWARE
I've signed for the "free trial" and have not found it very useful so I'm now trying to unsubscribe and finding it near impossible.
the instructions for unsubscribe refer to a line in a drop down list which does not exist!!!

You can't be serious

A website that is used by millions and you think it's a scam

Go find somewhere else where your jokes or trolling will be better appreciated
Don't be so judgemental and quick to criticise. The 'beware' heading might have been a bit ott, but this sounded to me like a genuinely concerned new subscriber to the free trial who cannot find how to stop the trial before they took her/his money.
For non trolls

If you need help with your subscription please pm me - I will be back online later tonight

But you have at least 10 days left of a free trial if you have just signed up - again if you need assistance with ancestry/family tree pm me and I will do what I can to help
jensur1
BEWARE BEWARE
I've signed for the "free trial" and have not found it very useful so I'm now trying to unsubscribe and finding it near impossible.
the instructions for unsubscribe refer to a line in a drop down list which does not exist!!!

You can't be serious

A website that is used by millions and you think it's a scam

Go find somewhere else where your jokes or trolling will be better appreciated
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