American Ancestors by NEHGS Extends the Offer for a Billion Records FREE

The following announcement is a follow-up to the one offered last week at

April 12, 2016—Boston, Massachusetts— America’s oldest and largest genealogical society has extended their historic event for family historians around the world. Through April 20, American Ancestors by New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is offering FREE access to all of its online records on More than one billion records covering 18 countries— including the most important family history research materials for early America created by the experts and scholars at NEHGS—and all are open to anyone who registers for a free account. Start searching now at

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About American Ancestors and NEHGS

Holding the largest collection of original family history materials in the country, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, founded in 1845, is the nation’s oldest and largest genealogical society. Our website,, offers access to more than 1 billion searchable records and leading scholarly resources to help you advance your family history research. Our expert staff helps researchers of all levels explore their past and their families’ unique place in history. Located in Boston, our research center houses millions of manuscripts, books, and original items to preserve the stories of families in America and beyond.


Interesting, but I’m not willing to give them my name, phone number, and address to get a free subscription. I could be paying for years with junk email and unsolicited offers.


    I have been a ‘free’ member for several years. I get one email newsletter each week which generally has items of interest – especially noting newly available databases which can be accessed for free during a 30 day period. Occasionally (perhaps 4 times a year) I get emails soliciting a paid membership (at a discount for first year). Never any emails for third party stuff. And also no snail mail junk.


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