Familyrelatives.com celebrate their fifth birthday with a special offer

22 May

To celebrate their fifth birthday Familyrelatives.com have announced a special subscription offer, until the 31st May 2011 you can get 20% off an annual subscription. This means you will be paying £25 ($42 or €29) for a year’s access to the website.

Familyrelatives.com is not a name that comes up often on this blog or in the genealogy news and they obviously don’t have the same sort of budget as the big name data providers, and their collections are not as extensive but they do deserve a closer look.

What I really like about their website is that they have all their English collections listed and linked on one page along with links across the top of that page to collections for other countries.

There is quite a cross-section of records on the site. They have the GRO BMD Indexes (partially indexed), a selection army and navy records, a large selection of directories, school records and medical registers, as well as a selection of parish registers for a variety of places.

If you are not interested in a subscription there is a pay-per-view option for some of the records and they even have some free to view records (details here and here). If you are interested then don’t hang about, you don’t have long to take advantage of this special offer.

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One Response to “Familyrelatives.com celebrate their fifth birthday with a special offer”

  1. Mick Southwick May 23, 2011 at 3:25 pm #

    Another good spot, John. Have mentioned it on http://www.bi-gen.blogspot.com .

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