Thursday, February 04, 2016

From this day forward...

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Renee, start researching our US marriage records
We're excited to announce the release of the largest online collection of US marriages in history, which when complete will include over 100 million records covering 360 years. 60 per cent of these records have never been published online before offering you the chance to discover your US ancestors at such a pivotal moment in their lives. And, from today you can start by searching over 33 million records, giving you the chance to grow your family tree even more.
And, to give you a helping hand, we're giving you access to the 33 million marriage records we currently have on Findmypast for FREE between4th-15th February.
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To have and to hold...
And for those of you attending Rootstech, the largest family history event in the world, we’re debuting the first phase of the US marriages collection. So if you can pop by and join us, we’d love to take this opportunity to help you delve deeper into your family history.
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