Genealogy Bargains for Saturday 23 May 2015

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UPDATED GENEALOGY BARGAINS for Saturday, May 23, 2015

New Deals

Ongoing Deals

FREE ACCESS to Military Records for Memorial Day

FREE 14-DAY TRIAL at Findmypast – why not try a new site this holiday weekend? Findmypast has a free 14-day trial that gives you full access to all their records – who knows, you might break down that brick wall?

  • FREE 14-DAY TRIAL at Findmypast – why not try a new site this holiday weekend? Findmypast has a free 14-day trial that gives you full access to all their records – who knows, you might break down that brick wall?

Save 20% on All Maureen Taylor Products at Shop Family Tree – valid thru May 26th via Shop Family Tree

25% Off All Items at Zazzle – includes genealogy and family history related items too! Use promo code READY4SUMMER now through Monday May 25th via Zazzle.

  • 25% Off All Items at Zazzle – includes genealogy and family history related items too! Use promo code READY4SUMMER now through Monday May 25th via Zazzle.

Free access to military records at AmericanAncestors.org – databases include Colonial Soldiers and Officers in New England, 1620-1775, Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners’ Receipts 1799-1807, and Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners’ Receipts 1829-1837 – now through Wednesday, May 27th – via AmericanAncestors.org

  • Free access to military records at AmericanAncestors.org – databases include Colonial Soldiers and Officers in New England, 1620-1775, Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners’ Receipts 1799-1807, and Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners’ Receipts 1829-1837 – now through Wednesday, May 27th – via AmericanAncestors.org

FREE webinar recording – Martha Benshura – Enemy Alien – presented by Judy Russell – available through May 27th – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

http://legacy.familytreewebinars.com/?aid=86

Legacy Tree Genealogists - Put your family history in our hands. Your ancestors’ stories are a fascinating part of your story, and our professional genealogists can discover them for you.

  • Legacy Tree Genealogists 11th Anniversary Sale! To celebrate, get a beautiful genealogy wall chart for just $11 with a qualified research project (includes tax/shipping; offer ends May 31, 2015). Legacy Tree Genealogists provides careful and efficient family history research for clients worldwide, including help with dual citizenship, DNA testing analysis and research, brick wall research, family biographies, and more. Learn more at https://legacytree.com.

A special discount of 34% percent off the new book How to Archive Family Photos by Denise Levenick - here's how to get the special coupon code!

  • Save 34% on How to Archive Family Photos – right now Shop Family Tree has an offer to save 27% off this amazing book by Denise Levenick – normally $25.99, now $18.99 on pre-order. BUT I discovered a FURTHER DISCOUNT! Use promo code SFT2015 at checkout, and save another $1.90 which means a total savings of 34%

The latest bargains and freebies related to genealogy and family history from MyHeritage, Family Tree Magazine and more - new listings for Thurs 12 March 2015!

  • SPECIAL DISCOUNT on Evidentia Software – for fans and followers of Genealogy Bargains – use promo code HIDEFGEN at checkout and get 15% off the list price – you pay $25.49 instead of $29.99 – via Evidentia

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Genealogy Blogging Beat – Saturday, 23 May 2015

On 23 May 1934, the two-year crime spree of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, bank robbers accused of at least 12 murders, came to an end when a law enforcement posse led by Frank Hamer opened fire on the couple in an ambush at Gibsland, LA. The couple had operated in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana and other states, and had sent ballads to local newspapers chronicling their exploits, making them two of the most notorious— and romanticized— of many Depression-era gangsters. Some 20,000 people lined up to see the body of Clyde Barrow put on display in a mortuary in downtown Dallas, TX.

On 23 May 1934, the two-year crime spree of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, bank robbers accused of at least 12 murders, came to an end when a law enforcement posse led by Frank Hamer opened fire on the couple in an ambush at Gibsland, LA. The couple had operated in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana and other states, and had sent ballads to local newspapers chronicling their exploits, making them two of the most notorious— and romanticized— of many Depression-era gangsters. Some 20,000 people lined up to see the body of Clyde Barrow put on display in a mortuary in downtown Dallas, TX.


Today is Saturday, 23 May 2015 and here is what’s available in terms of Daily Blogging Prompts and other related events in the genealogy blogosphere:

Items of Note

  • Today: Bonnie and Clyde Death – Anniversary, New York Public Library Founded – Anniversary, and Julia Pierpont Day.

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