Genealogy Bargains for Wednesday 6 May 2015

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UPDATED GENEALOGY BARGAINS for Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Not Sure What to Get for Mother’s Day?

Shopping for Mom at any time, can be difficult. How about an Amazon Gift Card this Mother’s Day? If you order now, you’ll get FREE one day shipping OR you can choose to send a gift card via e-mail, even at the last minute!

You choose the amount and Mom chooses what she wants most on Amazon! Click here to select your gift card today.

Ongoing Deals

Enter the Win a Copy of How to Archive Family Photos this week and you could win a FREE copy of this amazing book.

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%

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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

FREE Access to World War II Collection at fold3 - available now through May 15th via fold3

Save 25% on a Ancestry.com Gift Membership – great for Mother’s Day! Click here to save – expires May 10th – via Ancestry.com

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Genealogy Blogging Beat – Wednesday, 6 May 2015

On 6 May 1915, actor and director Orson Welles was born at Kenosha, WI. Citizen Kane, which he directed and in which he played the title role, is one of the most influential films ever made. Other films in which he had a role include The Third Man and The Magnificent Ambersons. Welles died at Los Angeles, CA, 10 Oct 1985.

On 6 May 1915, actor and director Orson Welles was born at Kenosha, WI. Citizen Kane, which he directed and in which he played the title role, is one of the most influential films ever made. Other films in which he had a role include The Third Man and The Magnificent Ambersons. Welles died at Los Angeles, CA, 10 Oct 1985.


Today is Wednesday, 6 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: Bannister Breaks Four-Minute Mile – Anniversary, Sigmund Freud’s Birthday – Anniversary, Hindenburg Disaster – Anniversary, Joseph Brackett Day, National Nurses Week begins, No Diet Day
    Rudolph Valentino’s Birthday – Anniversary, and Orson Welles’ Birthday – 100th Anniversary.

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Contest: Win a Copy of How to Archive Family Photos

Enter the Win a Copy of How to Archive Family Photos this week and you could win a FREE copy of this amazing book. Are you sitting on a pile of family photos or perhaps sets of negatives and slides? Would you like to learn how to scan and digitize photos, keep them organized, and then use the photos in your family history? Or even learn how to make gifts and other items using family photos?

The new book How to Archive Family Photos by Denise May Levenick is filled with tips, tricks and clear instructions on finally getting your out-of-control family photo collection under control! Read my review of How to Archive Family Photos here.

Enter the Win a Copy of How to Archive Family Photos this week and you could win a FREE copy of this amazing book. We’ll select three winners and each winner can choose the paperback or e-book version.

This is a $25.99 value and you could win if you enter by 12:00 pm CDT on Friday 8 May 2015. Click here to enter!