If you have always wanted to try out MyHeritage for your genealogy research, the month of June is the time to do it! Everyday in the month of June, MyHeritage will offer a significant historical record collection for you to use for FREE. Read on to learn more!
Free Access to MyHeritage Collections
Starting today, June 1, MyHeritage will open one significant historical record collection each day and it will be available for free! (Access to these collections on the specified days will be completely free, but free registration to MyHeritage will be required for non-MyHeritage users. DON’T WORRY. Just search the collection on the day it is available and you will get a pop-up window that asks for you to sign in or create a free account with your email. This is NOT the same as doing a free 14-day trial! This really is completely free!)
The collections were handpicked for their value for family historians and include collections that are exclusive to MyHeritage. Among them are the Sweden Household Examination Books, 1840–1947, 1940 Denmark Census, and U.S. City Directories. Altogether, MyHeritage will be providing free access to more than 2 billion historical records throughout June!
On some days, MyHeritage will be opening two or three related collections for free. The day-long window for each collection will cover all time zones, so as long as you visit the collection on the correct day, you should be able to search and view the records no matter where you live. You can find the full schedule for the free collections, including direct links, on the MyHeritage blog or check back here at The Genealogy Reporter. Here’s a list of titles and links for the month: