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Find My Past - Free British military records until 13th November 2016

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Records from ww1 and 2, Boer and Napoleonic for those researching their family tree.
numptynutz Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago6 Comments
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couldn't find nothing about my grandfather and i know he was in the 2nd world war and he died in 1968 also know hes fall name can't believe it didn't find nothing.
peb107
Not free
Er, maybe true!
Update.
Still no details found for (my) WW2 survivors.
Also, on first WW1 veteran searched only one result returned (2 from ancestry.co.uk) and that was only a summary (still useful details) with a link to the image at http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk where payment is required.

See GlasgowGrey's post.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/starts-friday-3-days-free-access-ancestry-s-uk-military-records-2542978
peb107
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Not true.
"We've made our entire collection of 70 million world military records FREE from 10-13 November 2016. Discover your most heroic ancestors today."
https://www.findmypast.co.uk/british-military-records
Possibly the same records as on ancestry.co.uk, in which case it majors on WW1 (army & navy).
I could find no information on relatives involved in WW2 (RAF & Navy), however, thankfully, they all survived so maybe this data relates to those that didn't get through that conflagration.
But did get some valuable information about extended family members from WW1.
Not free
charlottebarnes1
click on it and it asks you to pay....


It didn't ask me to pay,
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One month Findmypast World Subscription - £1.00

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FWJAN16 code works fine. Just remember to go into settings and untick the auto-renew box. I know it's not as good as ancestry and they've crippled the search somewhat over the last year or so but
sotomonkey Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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lazy - google wiki geneology and you'd find it. Still I'm a helpful person so http://www.wikitree.com/
buzzard
There's also a wiki geneology site, which is free but depends on people adding their ancestors.

URL? :)
there are some ancestry sites for particular locations that are free and some libraries offer free access to ancestry or find my past. Find my past tends to be good for finding weddings when they aren't on ancestry.There's also a wiki geneology site, which is free but depends on people adding their ancestors.
Roger_Irrelevant
For the life of me I can't work out why all this important ancestry knowledge isn't in some kind of public wikipedia type repository. As in, free, no copyright, anyone can contribute, peer reviewed etc. Why is it that private companies seem to be running the 'family history' show in 2016? (/confused)



There is FreeCen and FreeBMD + family search but I agree it's a shame there's not some charity offering a similar service.

Don't forget that these websites do not own the copyright, that belongs to the National Archives. They do however own the copyright to their own transcriptions.

If you have Welsh ancestors you can find a lot of info out in newspapers as many have been published online by their national library.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Jan 29, 2016 17:16
woodface7
Don't wait till the last day of the trial to cancel renewal. Creeps put your Direct Debit through 2 days early with no refunds.

As said a couple of times you need to untick auto renew to stop this from happening. That said, I've made the mistake of not doing this, being charged and been given a refund after a bit of persistence.
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Free Weekend Access Findmypast

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Findmypast is doing it's free weekend again this weekend. All you have to do is sign up and you get free access to their family history records, or if you already pay, you will get 3 days added to you…
fewesttwo Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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alexc155
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England and Wales only...hmmm
Nope - Free everywhere and free for nearly everything

no scotland ive checked
medirect
England and Wales only...hmmm

Nope - Free everywhere and free for nearly everything
No Scotland
Sarissa
The link is dead, and they don't seem to mention it on their homepage.

The OP post link works, the link in the comment above and it is on their home page.

But here is another link from their site for it. http://www.findmypast.co.uk/freeweekend
The link is dead, and they don't seem to mention it on their homepage.
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1 year World Subscription to Find My Past Geneology £24.75 instead of £124.50!

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Use code BFRIDAY15 to get 50% off all packages - takes World Subscription from £129.50 to £64.75 Top Cashback (TopCashback.co.uk) give £40 cashback for a World Subscription so works out at £24.75.
Sauron1970 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago1 Comment
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Several of these sites have free access weekends every few months, so unless it's urgent why pay at all - I've used free weekends and bulletin boards to go back to around 1850 over the past year or so, and don't forget the Mormons have free use as well on family search dot org.
I've found that one site alone doesn't have all the available information, which is one reason for not paying any of them.
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One month Findmypast Britain Subscription - £1.00

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Use the code SAGAONLINE15 or just click on the link. Don't forget to untick 'auto-renew' to stop it automatically taking full payment for the next month. As for the service, I think it's gone
sotomonkey Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago1 Comment
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"discount code is no longer valid" :(
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FindMyPast - Free Weekend (September 18th to 21st)

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From 12pm on BST Friday, September 18th to 12pm BST on Monday, September 21st, you’ll be able to access our collections of billions of family history records and millions of historic newspaper pages a…
BuzzDuraband Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago11 Comments
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as above, signed up to try it. only docs available were electoral role records (not included in free weekend), useless, but then again as above I'm in Scotland too, probably no records covering Scotland.
Sounded cool so logged in to give it a try. Sadly it would seem that the only documents I can find myself or my parents on are the electoral role which of course is not included in with this free offer. Not sure if this is only down to Scotland coverage but looks like its not worth it from my POV.

Hope someone else can get good use of it.
I don't like the confusion with 1200/12pm/12am. The 24 hour clock should be used and midnight either annotated as 2359 or 0001 depending on which day you mean...

Anyway! Great post thanks for the info!
gslgregory
hospital349
gslgregory
As there's no such thing as 12pm, do they mean noon or midnight?
12am = Midnight
12pm = Midday
am = before midday
pm = after midday
12am or 12pm make no sense

You're better off expressing your grievances towards this, here: http://www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0,,-1752,00.html

However, if something states 12pm, you can assume 12 noon, as 12:01pm comes right afterwards. It's a technicality, but one not many care about. Especially when most 12hr digital clock, mobile phones, etc read as 12:00am and 12:00pm.

At the end of the day; it's all common sense. ;)

Edited By: hospital349 on Sep 17, 2015 23:39: Ooooops
hospital349
gslgregory
As there's no such thing as 12pm, do they mean noon or midnight?
12am = Midnight
12pm = Midday

am = before midday
pm = after midday

12am or 12pm make no sense
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Find My Past 1 month trial £1.00! (Usually £12.95)

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No code needed - once signed up can cancel anytime in your account FMP gives access to the 2 billion records on Findmypast, including millions of worldwide Birth, Marriage, Death and Census record…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago8 Comments
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I used Find My Past when they did a month for £1 and they had free access Fri -mon this past weekend. In my opinion they are not as good as Ancestry site, used them over the last few years, everything about Ancestry site is much better than FMP. But it works for some people and at £1 its worth trying.
Go to library most of them have acsess to ancestry and find my past for free
I use it too, got a years free sub with my Times subscription. I've found it to be excellent, BUT you have to put some work in and have a bit of basic family knowledge. There is such a thrill in pulling up an old parish record of one of your ancestor's births or deaths in the 1600s and seeing not only the transcription, but a scan of the actual parish register as well. Awesome, and you can export your tree anytime as a GEDCOM file which can be read by a free genealogy programme like Legacy, so you don't have to maintain a subscription in order to keep your tree.
Birth death and marriage details should be there, and electoral roll info unless they have opted out of being on the edited version. Census records only available after 100 years so latest one available is 1911.
I have used the site for years and find it great for family history as in ancestors rather than recent history. It has lots of military records as well as old newspapers.
If anyone not having much luck with the searches I'm happy to help :-)
rhinopaul
Thought Id give it a go. Waste of £1. It cant find half the entries deaths or births & even census & electoral roll.
I also thought it might link you to other family members but it doesnt so you still have to know your family names, births,deaths & places. Complete waste.
yeah, same here. Failed to find anything on my parents apart from one electoral role in 2002, so pretty useless
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Find My Past Free Weekend

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Between 12:00 on 6th March and 12:00 on 9th March, FindMyPast.co.uk are offering free access.
PercyBowler Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago9 Comments
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Famous last words as once again Findmypast are plagued with "technical difficulties" on free weekend.
"Our engineering team have been testing out various configurations of our servers over the past couple of weeks and have done a good job in correcting the recent issues that were cropping up intermittently.
We feel confident that the extra website visitors we are expecting this weekend will not have a detrimental effect on site performance
Our engineers have also recently made adjustments to server capacity, timing of results caching and other tweaks to ensure that a full set of results are delivered wherever possible.
We will also be working right across the weekend to constantly monitor search response times and general site performance. Our engineering team have all the tools they need to make tweaks and add extra server capacity to ensure the best possible customer experience."
Almost fault free access for me was between 1am to 5am Saturday. Started again at about 2pm and by 5pm "technical difficulties" became the norm.
Is it access to the same docs as ancestry ?
;) You got there before me hehe!
heat given great i normally use ancestry so will try this one this weekend
If you havent already registered new users get a free 14 days trial anyway, make sure you cancel before your 14 days are up else you will get charged. Go via quidco and get £1.50 for a free trial and up to £40 for a full sub.
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Find My Past 1 month subscription for £1.00

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We hope you enjoyed exploring Findmypast for free last weekend! It was great to hear that so many people made amazing discoveries in our records. To help you research even further, we’ve got a grea…
kentishbloke Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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Just signed up for a £1 -- brilliant, thanks op.

N.B. Firstly if you already have an account then make sure you have signed out before coming back here and clicking on the supplied link with Get Deal, then at the top of that page click on 'PayAsYouGo or Subscribe' which then takes you to the signup page, scroll down to the bottom where the place to enter the discount code is. Enter JUST1POUND and click 'Apply'. You'll see that you can have the £1 deal after you have either logged in, or if you don't already have an account then fill in the form there with your particulars. Either of these will lead you on to the pay page. Voila!
The comment in my original post regarding the 'discount being applied after you click the button above' referred to a button in the original email I got which the text above is a copy of.

PLEASE ONLY USE THE JUST1POUND CODE, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE CHARGED AT FULL PRICE! ALSO, REMEMBER TO UNCHECK THE AUTO-RENEW SUBSCRIPTION BOX OTHERWISE YOU WILL CONTINUE TO BE CHARGED £9.95 EVERY MONTH!

I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY IF YOU FAIL TO FOLLOW THIS ADVICE!
Charged me a quid and they have even added extra Devon records just for me!!!!!
Take care - just followed above instructions without putting in the JUST1POUND and have been charged £9.95 because after entering your credit card details there is no opportunity to confirm payment.
Thank you, will take a look.
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Free Access on Findmypast

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Looks like Findmypast is giving away free access all weekend! Great chance to start researching your family history, or checking out all the old newspapers! UPDATE: It seems to have gone live now!
thisonetime Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago27 Comments
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Yup their tree is free to use all the time. Viewing, and editing it. The search is free to search as well, but you need to subscribe, as you said, to view the result.

Even still, the 1 month for a tenner still seems pretty good value!

The fact you can create or edit a tree with no sub is nice. Managed to research a fair bit over the free weekend and have since found some info for free via http://www.freecen.org.uk,http://www.freebmd.org.uk,http://www.freereg.org.uk/

I might be tempted by a month sub or findmypast or similar.

Edited By: vultura on Nov 11, 2014 16:05
vultura
vultura
Quick question, if I build a tree during this weekend can I view/edit it without subscription?
Seems you can. You can search still, but not view the results.

Yup their tree is free to use all the time. Viewing, and editing it. The search is free to search as well, but you need to subscribe, as you said, to view the result.

Even still, the 1 month for a tenner still seems pretty good value!
vultura
Quick question, if I build a tree during this weekend can I view/edit it without subscription?
Seems you can. You can search still, but not view the results.
Ar460rn
Oops

We're having a few technical difficulties

Please accept our apologies. We're aware of the problem and we're working hard to fix it.

Guess the servers are not built to take the load....
Oops

We're having a few technical difficulties

Please accept our apologies. We're aware of the problem and we're working hard to fix it.
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Find My Past - One month Britain subscription £5.00

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Includes access to all UK census records up to 1911, BMD and parish records. http://www.findmypast.co.uk/content/Facebook_5_pound?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fmp_UK
sotomonkey Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago11 Comments
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Should probably mention this offer is probably only for September but I think these offers do come along on and off.

Also http://www.mundia.com is a pretty good free family tree site run by Ancestry but sadly it's being shutdown. However, it's available to search until the end of September so can still be used in conjunction with this offer.

You'll find quite a few errors on family trees people have created however it's pretty good for tracking down relatives and digging deeper into your family tree.

Edit: Also, depending on how much time you have, you can get a reasonable amount done in a month. My top tip, is don't keep going off on tangents when you get excited, the key thing is to keep good records. I tend to create an email of each area I'm looking into and keep this open as a draft which I attach pdf files of the documents to. Also use a naming convention for files and stick to it.

I think a months access to British Newspapers is also on offer but for £1 instead.
https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/account/subscribe? - enter code SEPTOFFER

However if you have Welsh ancestors, a lot of their newspapers are free to search online here - http://welshnewspapers.llgc.org.uk/en/home

You can find out a lot of information from newspaper records as articles tend to go into detail about family connections, especially weddings and funerals.



Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 16, 2014 17:42: .
Roger_Irrelevant
sotomonkey
Roger_Irrelevant
What I find surprising is all this information is in the public domain, and just needs basically putting into a huge database that anyone can edit.

basically a wikigenes.org or similar, does such a thing not exist yet?

Sort of - freebmd and freecen is kind of like that but it's a bit limited. FreeBMD is not too bad but FreeCen is not great. Needs more contributors.

Parish records are available for free too if you go to the records office of the region you're interested in, however that obviously requires travel expense.

You can also get free access to ancestry at public libraries, which can be okay but a lot of libraries use an old version of Internet Explorer and that makes ancestry harder to use.

Yeah I guess the companies have the clout to get the records scanned in etc. What's needed is for Google to do what they did with all the out of copyright books and scan all these records in for people to digitise. :)

I think that's unlikely sadly. I mean there are books that contain transcriptions of parish records that they could upload and share etc but you find that Find My Past have also done that through their service Mocavo.
sotomonkey
Roger_Irrelevant
What I find surprising is all this information is in the public domain, and just needs basically putting into a huge database that anyone can edit.

basically a wikigenes.org or similar, does such a thing not exist yet?

Sort of - freebmd and freecen is kind of like that but it's a bit limited. FreeBMD is not too bad but FreeCen is not great. Needs more contributors.

Parish records are available for free too if you go to the records office of the region you're interested in, however that obviously requires travel expense.

You can also get free access to ancestry at public libraries, which can be okay but a lot of libraries use an old version of Internet Explorer and that makes ancestry harder to use.

Yeah I guess the companies have the clout to get the records scanned in etc. What's needed is for Google to do what they did with all the out of copyright books and scan all these records in for people to digitise. :)
Roger_Irrelevant
What I find surprising is all this information is in the public domain, and just needs basically putting into a huge database that anyone can edit.

basically a wikigenes.org or similar, does such a thing not exist yet?

Sort of - freebmd and freecen is kind of like that but it's a bit limited. FreeBMD is not too bad but FreeCen is not great. Needs more contributors.

Parish records are available for free too if you go to the records office of the region you're interested in, however that obviously requires travel expense.

You can also get free access to ancestry at public libraries, which can be okay but a lot of libraries use an old version of Internet Explorer and that makes ancestry harder to use.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 16, 2014 11:08
What I find surprising is all this information is in the public domain, and just needs basically putting into a huge database that anyone can edit.

basically a wikigenes.org or similar, does such a thing not exist yet?
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40 free credits worth £5 at FindMyPast.co.uk

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Get 40 PayAsYouGo credits worth £5 for free! Dear customer, We're giving you 40 PayAsYouGo credits worth £5 absolutely free! This is your chance to view and download any of the records on f…
parahandy2000 Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago5 Comments
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pozmu
Any codes for FindMyFuture? :p
yes : whereuleaveit
worked for me, will have a good look after tea. Its not as easy as these adverts make out to trace your family tree, but its fun.
Any codes for FindMyFuture? :p
worked for me
says promo code wrong
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FindMyPast.co.uk are giving away 40 free credits, worth £5, which can be used to search census records, birth, marriage and death records. To get your credits, enter the code TELLY before 15th May 201…
PercyBowler Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago1 Comment
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This is only available to NEW customers: 'Unfortunately, you are not eligible for this introductory offer. This is either because the offer code has expired, or because you, or someone who uses your computer or shares your email account, has already activated one of our introductory offer codes in the past'.
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daveaugood Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago30 Comments
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Thanks
might give this a go...thanks.
thanks to cheepaschips on how to use the codes.
Worked great for me your way.
Hi :D
I've just added 220 credits by using the 'Get Deal' option
Thanks to luigiboo for the extra codes
Please keep posting them
:p to SAMURAIHQ
Just go to your local library and use Ancestry, its better and unlimited
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skippy5 Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago20 Comments
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Will have to give this a blast, Thanks ;)
still working
mogs
Brilliant, just what I needed. All still working. Can be a bit frustrating enerting the codes though - I think it only works if you do it all in capitals, and you can't just cut and paste the codes. However, now have 800 or so credits :)
Don't forget you can get more DM vouchers by repeating their offer using another email address
The vouchers are sent to that address, but can be used on any account
Just tried this today. All codes are still working. I have 355 credits on my account now.

Thanks very much for this skippy, just what I was needing as I'm about to start up my family tree again.
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Find My Past is giving away 50 free credits (worth £6ish, as 40 credits cost £5), which can be used to search old records including birth, marriage and death. To get your credits, enter the code SNOWF…
Traceyanne1 Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago22 Comments
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Promo codes:
SNOWFLAKE
LCXMASFREE
WDYTYA
SNOWMAN
FMPTV2

230 Credits in total

After making new account, enter promo codes here https://www.findmypast.co.uk/account/pay/special?_zga_s=1

Thanks for the edit. All codes worked fine for me. Can only assume that it's user error with those that can't get them to work.

Edited By: Traceyanne1 on Dec 29, 2012 23:19
Thanks Traceyanne1 worked for me!!
NCIS
Slk8
I'm not a new member and worked for me, also SNOWMAN and WDYTYA work.

Thanks. I got 50 for using SNOWMAN.

irishwales1
https://www.findmypast.co.uk/account/pay/promo

do I put the code in on the promotional section on this page ?

I put the code into this page: https://www.findmypast.co.uk/account/pay/special?_zga_s=1


THANKS - that worked great, I signed in and then clicked on your link which opened a new page but because I was signed in it all worked nicely - Now I can have a good look around on there .. thanks again for your help ..
Signed up and got all these points, but the Family Tree facility is a load of ****. It can't find anything about me or my family, just goes by what I've put in which is all accurate. No option to search, and even after putting in correct info it doesn't update on-the-fly. Waste of time so far.
Even more free credits!!!

Using codes that had to be collected via the daily Mail in September, you can gain a further 120 credits
Scottieh55 a member of the Money Saving Expert forum has provided the codes you had to collect:

Intrigue
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Heritage
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Manor
Birth
Marriage
Death
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Discovery
Relative
Register
Mystery
Secrets
You need to go to http://findmypast.dailymail.co.uk

Fill in the register with Daily Mail (you only need to fill-in the starred sections
Once you have entered all the codes, you get an email with a 4 section code.
You go to the MAIN page for FMP, open your account and scroll down to 'Activate Voucher' and then put in the 4 section code there.
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This is an AMAZING deal if you are into family history. The US version of findmypast.COM has just launched and is offering a 'pioneer subscription' for $4.95 a month for early subscribers, which for…
davidmmorris Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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Doesn't seem to be there any more?
Thanks David for your help. I have made a mistake with the subscription I have chosen.
Maybe I have bought the wrong subscription then. I have apparently bought the US subscription

Your account summary
Subscription: 12 Month US Subscription
Paid up to: 16 September 2013

Upgrade your subscription to gain access to additional records
When you choose one of the international subscriptions you will open the doors to the new world of records.
I haven't had any problems at all, I was using it last night. The offer when posted was for the full international package. I will double check, is there a specific document or link you would like me to check for you?
Hi, I've taken this offer but find that when I try and view specific details, birth certificate etc. you still need Overseas Access at an additional cost. Did you have the same problem?
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Massive 34% off Find My Past subscriptions £98.93

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As a lapsed PAYG subscriber to FMP, I have received an e-mail offering a massive 34% off any of their 6- or 12- month subscriptions. The offer was supposedly for 48 hours only - expiring on the 2…
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I'm hoping this may be of interest to HUKD members who have been researching their family history. Access to the 1991 Census is usually by payment-only, but for 90 minutes tomorrow (Friday) you can ha…
martins_uk Avatar6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago14 Comments
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scotsann;8868666
Just tried logging in - does anyone know how to get teh 90 minutes for free?

A bemused genealogist!



You must register by midnight the night before.
Then when you log in on the day, the moment you log in you get 90 for free.
I went through the 1911 and 1901 for free, and knew my time had run out when it was asking me to buy credits!!

If you need the 1881 census - it's free all the time!!!
Please UNEXPIRE this thread.

I used this on the 18th June and found 5 generations of my family, and it will be available for free again on the 23rd when England play next.
Just tried logging in - does anyone know how to get teh 90 minutes for free?

A bemused genealogist!
dicksteel18;8863796
am i missing something? Is it not better to sign up to their trial which gives you 14 days of free access not 90 minutes?


The free trial does not give you access to the 1911 census images
or even better, if you live in or around London you can pop into Guildhall Library in the City and access the site free every day for the whole day (maybe I should start a new thread...)
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If you're not football mad, there is something else to do during the World Cup make it your goal to research your family history. You can view all the records* on findmypast for free during every…
rosiegirl Avatar6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago13 Comments
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Offer ends 23rd of June then I take it


SNP Shame
Cheers
Only 6 hours left to use it. Better get in fast.
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2010 FIFA World Cup™: England

England vs. United States - 12 Jun 8:30pm
England vs. Algeria - 18 Jun 8:30pm
Slovenia vs. England - 23 Jun 4:00pm

Offer ends 23rd of June then I take it
Ta for that. I hope the boys go all the way to the final.