The Family History Researcher Academy has a Special offer of a Free CD or MP3 Download

The following announcement was written by the folks at the Family History Researcher Academy:

The Family History Researcher Academy is giving away a free CD or MP3 download to anyone who takes a trial of their English/Welsh family history course.

Complimentary Audio tutorial: “How to get back before 1837 in England & Wales” on CD or MP3 download

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This hour long audio tutorial normally sells for $17 but you can have the How to Get Back Before 1837 CD mailed to you, or have the MP3 for immediate access, FREE and with their compliments for checking out their course!

Almost all who research their ancestors in England & Wales, will hit the Getting Back Before 1837 brick wall. If you are struggling to track down your English or Welsh ancestors, before the census records and civil registration began in England and Wales, then this Audio Tutorial will be a goldmine of information for you.

Nick Thorne, who recorded the tutorial, has researched ancestors for private clients; worked on various projects for one of the leading British genealogical research websites; and is a regular writer for Discover Your Ancestors Bookazine and its sister monthly online periodical. He is the author of case-study articles, published in several of the monthly British family history magazines, which reveal the best way to make the most of the records sets on a top British data subscription site. Nick also has his own Help Me With My Family Tree blog at NoseyGenealogist.com.

Nick said:

“I admit it… this is an ethical bribe!

“You see, I really want you to try out my very popular Family History Researcher Academy English/Welsh family history course to experience what it has to offer… and so I hit on the idea of giving away one of my other products to all those that took a month’s trial.
“Then some people came to me and said that they could no longer play Compact Discs, as their laptops didn’t have CD drives! I’ve now arranged for an instant download to be made available, as an alternative – so you’ve a choice of which one you take.”

The Family History Researcher Academy English/Welsh family history course has had tremendous feedback, from those who bought the training. It consists of 52 weekly lessons that are delivered as pdf tutorial by email for the students to complete at their own pace.

For $14 you can try the course for a month, study the modules sent to you in that time and if you don’t want to proceed simply cancel your monthly payment and walk away. Nick will even give you your $14 back if you drop him an email within the 30 days. There will be no hard feelings and you get to keep all the lessons that you have received, plus the bonuses and also the How to Get Back Before 1837 CD or audio download worth $17!

The weekly pdf modules of the course goes further than the audio tutorial and explores the many different resources, data sets and documents that reveal more about English or Welsh ancestry and allow the reader to become a much better informed researcher. Written from a practical point of view, with various lessons contributed by professional genealogists, online data experts and by Nick himself.

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To read more about this offer go to: www.backbefore1837.com.

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