Ok, I’m a little late posting this, but there still most of June left … MyHeritage has announced that every day during June they are releasing a different paid-subscription-only historical record collection, for free use, for a just one day.
So if you’re you’re not a MyHeritage subscriber, and they have records you’re interested it, be sure to check the list below and keep in mind the day the records are free.
They write …
“Each day, we will open one of our paid-subscription-only historical record collections to the public, providing full, free access to view the collection. On some days, we’ll be opening two or three related collections for free. The collections we’ve chosen for this offer are not the collections you can find anywhere — they are rare and valuable, and many are exclusive to MyHeritage. We’ll be posting regular updates on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram about the collections, so be sure to follow us and stay tuned so you don’t miss anything!”
They are giving users free access to records from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany Greece, Hungary, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States over the course of the month. in all there’s a total of 2,043,456,361 records that MyHeritage are making accessible during June. In case you missed it, yes, that’s over 2 BILLION RECORDS … FREE during June!!
This special offer is in the spirit of MyHeritage’s commitment to providing people with more opportunities and resources to further their genealogical research while at home. And the day-long window for each collection will cover all time zones, so as long as you visit the collection on the correct day, you should be able to search and view the records to your heart’s content.
Below is a list of the collections that will be made available for free during June: (click on the record collection to go to each directly)