Wednesday, 4 March 2015


Records available will include:
  • Millions of Ireland census records from 1821, 1831, 1841, 1851 and 1911
  • Poverty relief loan records that give an insight into the darkest days of Irish history
  • Military records from conflicts such as the Battle of Waterloo, Crimean War and World War 1
  • Travel and migration records allowing you to trace your family overseas
In addition, you’ll have access to our collection of more than 7 million historical Irish newspaper articles, as well as over 10 million British newspaper pages from as long ago as 1710, allowing you to take your research even further.

At Findmypast, we are committed to making family history more accessible. For that reason, we’re opening our record sets this weekend and allowing more people than ever to start their family history journey, absolutely free. 
As we don’t want our valued Findmypast First members to miss out, we’re extending your subscription by three days at no additional cost. 
You don’t need to do anything to activate your extension, we'll add the days onto the end of your subscription for you.
Our Free Weekend will include help guides and useful family history hints and tips from our resident experts. If you have any brick walls that need to be broken down, or any questions you’d like to put to our experts, be sure to tune in! 
The Findmypast team

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