It’s the weekend! Time to catch up with blogging. Let’s see what the Shoestring Genealogist has for you…
Findmypast UK has a great offer on – a year’s subscription half-price. But be quick – it closes at midnight GMT on Saturday, 21 January. Use the code RATIONING.
I took up a similar offer last July and it’s been well worth the money for researching my UK ancestors.
Thanks to John D Reid of Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections for the tip.
Thanks to Genealogy in Time for the tip-off, and to Lisa Louise Cooke for the original announcement. Lisa goes through the uses of Google Earth Pro for genealogists. She also hosts a popular video about using Google Earth for genealogy. It’s nearly an hour and a half long, so if you want quick info, Cyndi’s List has plenty of useful links.
I’m a great Google Maps user in my genealogy research, so I’m grateful for the reminder about Google Earth. I wonder what extra insights I could have using it?
Do you use Google Earth for genealogy? Have you got any tips to share with us?