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Free Ancestry.co.uk access this Easter weekend from 14th April

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From 14-17 April, you’ll be able to search millions of UK, Ireland and Commonwealth records – all completely free*. Start in Britain then head off to Australia, Canada, or wherever, and spend four ful… Read More
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From 14-17 April, you’ll be able to search millions of UK, Ireland and Commonwealth records – all completely free*. Start in Britain then head off to Australia, Canada, or wherever, and spend four full days finding long-lost family all over the Commonwealth.

UK Census collection
Search for ancestors across the generations using census records from 1841-1911.

Birth, marriage and death indexes
Find family among the vital indexes covering England and Wales as far back as 1837.

Commonwealth records
Get access to everything from Australian Electoral Rolls to Canadian Census records.

Plus much more

*Access to the records in the featured collections will start on 14 April and be free until 17 April, 2017 at 23:59 BST. After the free access period ends, you will only be able to view the records in the featured collections using an Ancestry.co.uk Worldwide paid membership
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1 Like #1
That's great. I have used Ancestry for my family tree which is now quite extensive, but don't want to pay for another annual subscription. I have also used FreeBMD, Family Search.org and find a grave for research which are all free.
#2
Good deal. Shame it's over holiday weekend when the weather is forecast to be good.
5 Likes #3
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
2 Likes #4
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!

Yes but then you have to ask: Isaac or Ishmael?
#5
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!

Did you read the bit where it says FREE?
#6
Free access from our libraries at Greater Manchester. Maybe other libraries too.
#7
The psychics must be needing a data update.
#8
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!


yeah. don't waste money on this free weekend!!!
2 Likes #9
cossy3
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Did you read the bit where it says FREE?

Don't waste your TIME on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
#10
Cool :p
#11
Cavity
cossy3
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Did you read the bit where it says FREE?
Don't waste your TIME on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!

Please explain 'Nuff?
#12
Locknloadharry
Cavity
cossy3
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Did you read the bit where it says FREE?
Don't waste your TIME on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Please explain 'Nuff?

(facepalm)
#13
It's free to access from Westminster Reference Library....
#14
Cavity
Locknloadharry
Cavity
cossy3
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Did you read the bit where it says FREE?
Don't waste your TIME on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Please explain 'Nuff?
(facepalm)
Please explain Facepalm!
Please explain 'Nuff
Please explain if Adam & Eve are family or close friends.
*Sighs*
Thanks, much obliged.

Edited By: Locknloadharry on Apr 13, 2017 21:28
1 Like #15
Locknloadharry
Cavity
Locknloadharry
Cavity
cossy3
Cavity
Don't waste your money on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Did you read the bit where it says FREE?
Don't waste your TIME on this. Adam and Eve. 'nuff said!
Please explain 'Nuff?
(facepalm)
Please explain Facepalm!
Please explain 'Nuff
Please explain if Adam & Eve are family or close friends.
*Sighs*
Thanks, much obliged.

Google. You're welcome
#16
puppydog16
That's great. I have used Ancestry for my family tree which is now quite extensive, but don't want to pay for another annual subscription. I have also used FreeBMD, Family Search.org and find a grave for research which are all free.

INTERESTING!, were your freebie any good/as good then?, or ..... thanx. :-)
#17
BOTH Adam and Eve are our first original Parents.

So, what's the debate?.

Other 'Family' that come after, like Abraham, Noah and the like, are extended Family that come after'?, so .....

It's allllll good though. ;-)
1 Like #18
went to do it then realised its England and Wales only so no N Ireland or Scotland
#19
There various scientific studies done to show we are all related. One was done by Oxford, one was done in Cornwall and various others I've come across so it won't be a surprise you just need to use the right keywords to find it. I didn't find it but this is an example.Your text here

Whatever differences there are between us colour, religion etc Adam and Eve are something we have in common. Btw you do realise this rules out life on other planets ;)
#20
What free access!!
Each time I try to open a document I get the "Start a free Trial" request. Anyone else having the same problem?
#21
petalshell9
What free access!!
Each time I try to open a document I get the "Start a free Trial" request. Anyone else having the same problem?
Yes. It was ok yesterday, but I'm getting the "Start free trial" thing this morning.
#22
saniman
petalshell9
What free access!!
Each time I try to open a document I get the "Start a free Trial" request. Anyone else having the same problem?
Yes. It was ok yesterday, but I'm getting the "Start free trial" thing this morning.
Just phoned Ancestry....free access is working but only gives access to records and hints about records. Doesn't give access to hints about pubic ancestry member trees....which is where I was having the problem. Hope this helps...
#23
amour3k
puppydog16
That's great. I have used Ancestry for my family tree which is now quite extensive, but don't want to pay for another annual subscription. I have also used FreeBMD, Family Search.org and find a grave for research which are all free.
INTERESTING!, were your freebie any good/as good then?, or ..... thanx. :-)
Hi there. I did have an annual membership of Ancestry to build the family tree. I have then used free websites such as FreeBMD, Family Search and Find a Grave to add to it and also when Ancestry is free. Also i tried out FindmyPast as a free month trial. It is useful to use several sites as the searches are slightly different or they have some different archives e.g. Findmypast has details of 1939 pre war census and newspaper archives. The totally free websites probably provide less detail and searching can be more clunky but sometimes throw up details you don't expect, and they are free!!
#24
Is this offer still running? It has a 14 day free trial but I thought that was a standard offer? Also link takes me to Ancestry.com and recommends going to Ancestory.co.uk?

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