As genealogists we’ve received more access to digital records in this last year. During this time, MyHeritage.com has made June a bonus month. Let’s see what I mean.
According to the MyHeritage blog, in June 2020, there will be a different set of records available to access and view. To see what records are available on which day, check out this blog. It’s great that they have a list by day of the records so that you can plan accordingly. For example, I’ll be scooping out the Canadian newspapers on June 15th. This also is a great way to better understand what records are available at MyHeritage. Many of the records they are making available are unique and many are collections outside of North America. For example they have records for Greece, Norway, and Denmark to name a few.
MyHeritage will require you to register to view the information. Just your full name and email is required. No credit card or other information is required but perhaps you’ll find their records useful and you can then convert to a paying subscription.
I’m grateful for these opportunities provided by key genealogy sites. I’ll continue to share as information becomes available. Happy Searching!
With a lifelong passion for genealogy and history, the author enjoys the opportunity to share genealogy tidbits, inspiring others to research and write their family story.