Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Ancestry.com Has Military Collection FREE through 13 November

I received an email today from Ancestry.com that announced the release of the U.S. Navy Cruise Books from 1950 to 1988. You can read the Press Release here.

That database is an excellent new 20th century resource for U.S. researchers.
The announcement also said:

"In honor of America’s military heroes, the entire U.S. Military Collection on Ancestry.com can be searched free through Nov. 13. To begin exploring your family’s military heritage, visit www.ancestry.com/military."

Now is a good time for all researchers to delve into the Ancestry.com military collection!! Honor your ancestors who served by finding their military records online.

This is an excellent opportunity to obtain useful information in the 964 (as of today) Military databases offered by Ancestry.com. You can see a list of these collections here.

If you are not an Ancestry.com subscriber, you will probably have to register for a free account in order to access the free databases.

I'm sending an email alert to all of my genealogy society members about this also.

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