Special Flash Sale at Hack Genealogy – 50% Off ALL BOOT CAMP WEBINARS

Save 50% on ALL BOOT CAMP WEBINARS during the Special Flash Sale at Hack Genealogy - April 28-30, 2016 ONLY

Don’t miss this opportunity! Get ANY Hack Genealogy Boot Camp for 50% off starting now through April 30th! Includes:

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Genealogy societies can now purchase Hack Genealogy Boot Camp webinars to make available to their members on their society website!

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All Boot Camp webinars are available now for one-time event showing as well as access on your society website in a member’s only section! Not only is this an economical way to have a “virtual” speaker for an event or a last minute speaker when there is a cancellation . . . you can now build your society’s educational channel for your members at a great price!

Regular price is $75.00 for each 3-hour boot camp (two 90-minutes webinars) and $39.99 for each 90-minute boot camp (one 90-minute webinar). NOW pay only $39.99 and $19.99, each respectively!

This special offer is good through May 15th – we realize that many societies will require board approval for an expenditure. Contact Thomas MacEntee at hackgenealogy@gmail.com for details!

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Genealogy Bargains for Thursday 28 April 2016

 Save 20% on FindMyPast.com - use voucher code 12W20A and save 20% on a World subscription at FindMyPast.com - normal price is $239.50 and now is just $191.60 through Saturday, April 30th. This offer is only available to US residents using the Findmypast.com site and includes access to UK, Ireland, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand records. Click here to save - via Findmypast.com

UPDATED GENEALOGY BARGAINS for Thursday, April 28, 2016

Don’t forget that 5% of all revenue generated by Genealogy Bargains is given back to the genealogy community! Check out The Genealogy Fairy for more information!

NEW Genealogy Bargains

Save 20% on FindMyPast.com - use voucher code 12W20A and save 20% on a World subscription at FindMyPast.com - normal price is $239.50 and now is just $191.60 through Saturday, April 30th. This offer is only available to US residents using the Findmypast.com site and includes access to UK, Ireland, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand records. Click here to save - via Findmypast.com

  • Save 20% on FindMyPast.com – use voucher code 12W20A and save 20% on a World subscription at FindMyPast.com – normal price is $239.50 and now is just $191.60 through Saturday, April 30th. This offer is only available to US residents using the Findmypast.com site and includes access to UK, Ireland, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand records. Click here to save – via Findmypast.com

25% off gift memberships at Ancestry.com - need a gift idea for Mother's Day? A 12 month US Discovery package is just $141 (normally $189) and a 12 month World Explorer package is just $224 (normall $299). Offer expires Sunday, May 8th. Click here to shop - via Ancestry.com

  • 25% off gift memberships at Ancestry.com – need a gift idea for Mother’s Day? A 12 month US Discovery package is just $141 (normally $189) and a 12 month World Explorer package is just $224 (normall $299). Offer expires Sunday, May 8th. Click here to shop – via Ancestry.com

Digital Sale at Shop Family Tree! From April 28 through April 30, 2016, save 50% off all digital downloads. No coupon code required. BONUS! Add promo code SFTTHOMAS16 and take an additional 15% off! Click here to start shopping - via Shop Family Tree

  • Digital Sale at Shop Family Tree! From April 28 through April 30, 2016, save 50% off all digital downloads. No coupon code required. BONUS! Add promo code SFTTHOMAS16 and take an additional 15% off! Click here to start shopping – via Shop Family Tree

FREE Webinar Recording - England and Wales - Rummaging in the Parish Chests presented by Kirsty Gray - “The parish registers of baptisms, marriages and burials in England and Wales give many genealogical clues to help build a family tree. Kirsty Gray also highlights other documents kept by the parish, the diocese and the archdeaconry and the invaluable information which can be gleaned about the lives of our ancestors.” Click here to view for free through May 4th - via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

  • FREE Webinar Recording – England and Wales – Rummaging in the Parish Chests presented by Kirsty Gray – “The parish registers of baptisms, marriages and burials in England and Wales give many genealogical clues to help build a family tree. Kirsty Gray also highlights other documents kept by the parish, the diocese and the archdeaconry and the invaluable information which can be gleaned about the lives of our ancestors.” Click here to view for free through May 4th – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

ONGOING Genealogy Bargains

Klikel Family Tree Picture Frame With 10 Hanging Picture Frames – 50% off right now at Amazon and it makes an AMAZING gift! Click here to save - via Amazon

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 FRUGALGEN2016 at checkout and get 15% off the list price – you pay $25.49 instead of $29.99 – click here to save – via Evidentia

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Genealogy Blogging Beat – Thursday, 28 April 2016

On 28 April 1789, the most famous of all naval mutinies occurred on board HMS Bounty. Captain of the Bounty was Lieutenant William Bligh, an able seaman and a mean-tempered disciplinarian. The ship, with a load of breadfruit tree plants from Tahiti, was bound for Jamaica. Fletcher Christian, leader of the mutiny, put Bligh and 18 of his loyal followers adrift in a 23-foot open boat. Miraculously Bligh and all of his supporters survived a 47-day voyage of more than 3,600 miles, before landing on the island of Timor, June 14, 1789. In the meantime, Christian had put all of the remaining crew (excepting 8 men and himself) ashore at Tahiti, where he picked up 18 Tahitians (6 men and 12 women) and set sail again. Landing at Pitcairn Island in 1790 (probably uninhabited at the time), they burned the Bounty and remained undiscovered for 18 years, when an American whaler, the Topaz, called at the island (1808) and found only one member of the mutinous crew surviving. However, the little colony had thrived and, when counted by the British in 1856, numbered 194 persons.

On 28 April 1789, the most famous of all naval mutinies occurred on board HMS Bounty. Captain of the Bounty was Lieutenant William Bligh, an able seaman and a mean-tempered disciplinarian. The ship, with a load of breadfruit tree plants from Tahiti, was bound for Jamaica. Fletcher Christian, leader of the mutiny, put Bligh and 18 of his loyal followers adrift in a 23-foot open boat. Miraculously Bligh and all of his supporters survived a 47-day voyage of more than 3,600 miles, before landing on the island of Timor, June 14, 1789. In the meantime, Christian had put all of the remaining crew (excepting 8 men and himself) ashore at Tahiti, where he picked up 18 Tahitians (6 men and 12 women) and set sail again. Landing at Pitcairn Island in 1790 (probably uninhabited at the time), they burned the Bounty and remained undiscovered for 18 years, when an American whaler, the Topaz, called at the island (1808) and found only one member of the mutinous crew surviving. However, the little colony had thrived and, when counted by the British in 1856, numbered 194 persons.


Today is Thursday, 28 April 2016, and here is what’s available in terms of genealogy blogging and other related events in the Genealogy Blogging world:

Genealogy Blogging Items of Note

  • Today: Biological Clock Gene Discovered – Anniversary, James Monroe’s Birthday – Anniversary, Mutiny on the Bounty – Anniversary, and Oskar Schindler’s Birthday – Anniversary.

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