Use RemotePC by iDrive to Access Your Computers – and Save 80%!

Get the ability to log in to your home computer from your iPhone, iPad and more - save 80% on RemotePC by iDrive - this an exclusive deal from GeneaBloggers

Use RemotePC by iDrive to Access Your Computers – and Save 80%!

Save 80% on new RemotePC™ by iDrive! This is an exclusive offer on a new product by iDrive! How would you like to be able to access your work computer from home or vice versa? Access Mac and PC computers? You can even access a PC from an iPhone or iPad!

  • Connect. You can stay connected with your home or office computer, without actually commuting. Access your PC or Mac , from any device – anytime, anywhere!
  • Control. Effortlessly manage your files, transfer data, print documents or listen to audio files remotely – even from mapped drives.
  • Collaborate. Invite an associate to temporarily access your computer to work on presentations, documents in real time.

RemotePC is also great if you frequently help a parent or an older family member troubleshoot computer problems!  Now you can do so from home or your iPhone!

Normally $49.50 per year for access to three computers, now just $9.90! Offer good through Sunday, July 24th. Click here to sign up and save – via iDrive

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Genealogy Bargains for Tuesday 19 July 2016

Save 80% on new RemotePC™ by iDrive! This is an exclusive offer on a new product by iDrive! How would you like to be able to access your work computer from home or vice versa? Access Mac and PC computers? You can even access a PC from an iPhone or iPad!

UPDATED GENEALOGY BARGAINS for Tuesday, July 19, 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 80% on new RemotePC™ by iDrive! This is an exclusive offer on a new product by iDrive! How would you like to be able to access your work computer from home or vice versa? Access Mac and PC computers? You can even access a PC from an iPhone or iPad!

Save 80% on new RemotePC™ by iDrive! This is an exclusive offer on a new product by iDrive! How would you like to be able to access your work computer from home or vice versa? Access Mac and PC computers? You can even access a PC from an iPhone or iPad!

  • Connect. You can stay connected with your home or office computer, without actually commuting. Access your PC or Mac , from any device – anytime, anywhere!
  • Control. Effortlessly manage your files, transfer data, print documents or listen to audio files remotely – even from mapped drives.
  • Collaborate. Invite an associate to temporarily access your computer to work on presentations, documents in real time.

RemotePC is also great if you frequently help a parent or an older family member troubleshoot computer problems!  Now you can do so from home or your iPhone!

Normally $49.50 per year for access to three computers, now just $9.90! Offer good through Sunday, July 24th. Click here to sign up and save – via iDrive

Up to 50% off on Logitech products! Items include wireless keyboards, mouse, and more! Click here to shop - via Amazon

FREE Webinar - Organize Your Online Life presented by Lisa Louise Cooke - Wednesday, July 20th, 1:00 pm Central - “Tech tips for keeping and staying organized, saving time, and getting more results.” Click here to register - via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

  • FREE Webinar – Organize Your Online Life presented by Lisa Louise Cooke – Wednesday, July 20th, 1:00 pm Central – “Tech tips for keeping and staying organized, saving time, and getting more results.” Click here to register – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

ONGOING Genealogy Bargains

FREE Dell Inspiron 15 laptop! Here's an amazing offer I just saw from Microsoft and it is legit: if they can't upgrade your QUALIFIED device to Windows 10 at a Microsoft Store, they will give you a FREE Dell Inspiron 15 laptop! Click here for more information - via Microsoft

  • FREE Dell Inspiron 15 laptop! Here’s an amazing offer I just saw from Microsoft and it is legit: if they can’t upgrade your QUALIFIED device to Windows 10 at a Microsoft Store, they will give you a FREE Dell Inspiron 15 laptop! Click here for more information – via Microsoft

This week we are celebrating the publication of Sunny Jane Morton’s new book, Story of My Life - A Workbook for Preserving Your Legacy by F&W Media, publishers of Family Tree Magazine.

FREE 1940 US Census Access at Ancestry.com! “ Almost 9 out of 10 Americans have a relative in the 1940 Census. Simply start by entering a name and see who you can discover, right now.” Click here to get started - via Ancestry.com

  • FREE 1940 US Census Access at Ancestry.com! “ Almost 9 out of 10 Americans have a relative in the 1940 Census. Simply start by entering a name and see who you can discover, right now.” Click here to get started – via Ancestry.com

Genealogy author and educator Thomas MacEntee reviews Organize Your Genealogy by Drew Smith – learn how to invest in organizing your genealogy now so you have more time to find ancestors later!

  • “Organize Your Genealogy” Super Bundle Deal!  “For a limited time only, Evidentia is offering a super bundle deal to help you ORGANIZE the rest of your genealogy research! You’ll get Drew Smith’s new book, Organize Your Genealogy: Strategies and Solutions for Every Researcher, along with the CD version of Evidentia Software, AND we’ll throw in a FREE copy of the Evidentia Quickstart Guide, as well as FREE shipping on the entire package!” Normally $55.98, now just $45.00! Click here to learn more. Via Evidentia

FREE Webinar - Windows 10 Survival Guide for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee on Friday, July 22nd at 1pm CDT. Do you know that the deadline for upgrading to Windows 10 for FREE is July 29th? The Windows 10 operating system is not so much a choice as it is an inevitability. As Microsoft continues to remove support from Windows 8 and earlier versions, you should get on board the Windows 10 upgrade train now! Learn the new features of Windows 10, how it will impact how you research genealogy, and more. You’ll also learn which default Windows 10 settings to change as well as how to fix common “annoyances” experienced by most users. Click here to register - via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

  • FREE Webinar – Windows 10 Survival Guide for Genealogists presented by Thomas MacEntee on Friday, July 22nd at 1pm CDT. Do you know that the deadline for upgrading to Windows 10 for FREE is July 29th? The Windows 10 operating system is not so much a choice as it is an inevitability. As Microsoft continues to remove support from Windows 8 and earlier versions, you should get on board the Windows 10 upgrade train now! Learn the new features of Windows 10, how it will impact how you research genealogy, and more. You’ll also learn which default Windows 10 settings to change as well as how to fix common “annoyances” experienced by most users. Click here to register – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars

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Join genealogists Tamika Maddox Strong and Amy Johnson Crow for a free webinar as they review Digital Public Library of America genealogy resources.

  • FREE WEBINAR: Using DPLA for Genealogy and Family History – Tuesday, July 26th, 3pm EDT – ““In this hour-long workshop webinar, DPLA Community Reps and experienced genealogists Tamika Maddox Strong and Amy Johnson Crow will introduce DPLA as a resource for family historians, genealogists, and anyone interested in learning about new research skills and cool collections in DPLA. You will leave this workshop with new tips for searching for family names in DPLA and exploring resources in your family’s hometown or region.  We’ll also take a peek at some of the collections that may prove invaluable for your family research: yearbooks, letters, newspapers, military records, family Bibles and more!  With content from 2,000 libraries, archives, and museums across the country, DPLA also offers a unique opportunity to dig deeper and add context to the lives of our ancestors. The workshop is free and open to all so whether you are new to DPLA, new to genealogy, or highly experienced, the workshop will have something for you. ” Click here to register – via Digital Public Library of America

Save 20% on The Last Muster - incredible photographs of American Revolutionary War veterans! Celebrate the 240th anniversary of this nation’s birth with a 20% off sale on either volume of these amazing books by Maureen Taylor. Use promo code INDEPENDENCE16 now through July 31st. Click here to shop - via Maureen Taylor

  • Save 20% on The Last Muster – incredible photographs of American Revolutionary War veterans! Celebrate the 240th anniversary of this nation’s birth with a 20% off sale on either volume of these amazing books by Maureen Taylor. Use promo code INDEPENDENCE16 now through July 31st. Click here to shop – via Maureen Taylor

Everyday Low Prices on Genealogy and Family History! Dig deeper into your ancestry with the genealogy books and family tree software that have helped so many other genealogists and general hobbyists discover their past, Enjoy your ancestry lookup to the fullest, right from the start, and learn to research by state, research your family heritage, dive into genealogy records, and step back in time by using family photos and heirlooms to unlock your family’s secrets.” And use promo code SFTTHOMAS16 at checkout and save an additional 15%! Click here to save - via Shop Family Tree

  • Everyday Low Prices on Genealogy and Family History! Dig deeper into your ancestry with the genealogy books and family tree software that have helped so many other genealogists and general hobbyists discover their past, Enjoy your ancestry lookup to the fullest, right from the start, and learn to research by state, research your family heritage, dive into genealogy records, and step back in time by using family photos and heirlooms to unlock your family’s secrets.” And use promo code SFTTHOMAS16 at checkout and save an additional 15%! Click here to save – via Shop Family Tree

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Genealogy Blogging Beat – Tuesday, 19 July 2016

July 19, 1848. A convention concerning the rights of women, called by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was held at Seneca Falls, NY, July 19– 20, 1848. The issues discussed included voting, property rights and divorce. The convention drafted a “Declaration of Sentiments” that paraphrased the Declaration of Independence, addressing man instead of King George, and called for women’s “immediate admission to all the rights and privileges which belong to them as citizens of the United States.” This convention was the beginning of an organized women’s rights movement in the US. The most controversial issue was Stanton’s demand for women’s right to vote.

July 19, 1848. A convention concerning the rights of women, called by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was held at Seneca Falls, NY, July 19– 20, 1848. The issues discussed included voting, property rights and divorce. The convention drafted a “Declaration of Sentiments” that paraphrased the Declaration of Independence, addressing man instead of King George, and called for women’s “immediate admission to all the rights and privileges which belong to them as citizens of the United States.” This convention was the beginning of an organized women’s rights movement in the US. The most controversial issue was Stanton’s demand for women’s right to vote.


Today is Tuesday, 19 July 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: Buck Moon – Full Moon, Samuel Colt’s Birthday – Anniversary, First Triple Play in Baseball – Anniversary, First Female Vice Presidential Candidate nominated – Anniversary, Art Linkletter’s Birthday – Anniversary, and Women’s Rights Convention at Seneca Falls.

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