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World War One Research Bundle Offered at 60% Off

Family Roots Publishing is offering a bundle of three popular World War One research guides for 60% off – while they last, or thru January 15, whichever comes first. Regular $57.40, FRPC is offering them for just $22.96 – plus a bundle shipping cost of only $5.50 – Reg. $10.50. Do you have one ore […]

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The 30th Anniversary Salt Lake Christmas Tour Begins

Today – Sunday, December 5, 2015, is the start of the annual Salt Lake Christmas Tour. The first one was in 1985, making this the 30th Anniversary. Although quite a number of the attendees at the tour are already in-house at the Plaza Hotel in Salt Lake City, more than half will fly in today. […]

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All Dollarhide Name List/Census Substitute Books on Sale for 30% Off, with a FREE PDF eBook Immediate Download!

Family Roots Publishing has just published three new Dollarhide Censuses and Substitute Names Lists volumes – namely Maryland, Massachusetts, and Michigan. We have extended a 30% discount on ALL the Dollarhide Name Lists books (AL-MI) by 30% through Midnight PDT Monday, October 19, 2015. The printed books are just $13.27 with a FREE immediate download […]

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Masonic Research – A Quick Guide by Pat Gordon – 10% off thru Sept. 1

Our ancestors were social beings, just like we are today. Using information found in this much-needed Masonic Research guide will soon have you on the right track to discovering your Masonic ancestors. And chances are you have some, since Masonry is one of the oldest, most popular and influential organizations in the U.S., Canada and […]

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NEW – Tracing Your Donegal Ancestors, 3rd Edition – On Sale for 15% off Thru Sept. 1

Flyleaf Press has a new 3rd edition of Tracing your Donegal Ancestors, written by Godfrey F. Duffy & Helen Meehan. FRPC just got in a stock from Dublin, Ireland. We’re making them available for 15% off thru Sept 1, 2015. Click on the illustration or the links to order. In comparison with most other Irish […]

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NEW – Finding Your Ancestors in Kerry [Ireland] – 15% off through Sept 1

Flyleaf Press in Dublin has just released a new Irish research guide. It’s titled “Finding your Ancestors in Kerry;” and is written by Kay Moloney Caball. As with all the books in the “Finding Your Ancestors” series, the volume details research in the county. The book describes all the various sources of information which are […]

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FamilySearch is Undergoing a Fundamental Transformation

The following teaser is from an article posted in August 6, 2015 Deseret News: PROVO, UTAH Fifteen years ago Apple was a beleaguered tech company. Today, it is a transformative leader across multiple industries (computers, smart phones, music, movies, wearable technology). Robert Kehrer, senior product manager for’s search experience, believes FamilySearch is also undergoing […]

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New FamilySearch Data Collections Posted the Week of 27 July 2015

The following is from FamilySearch: Highlights of this week’s updates include the Alabama County Marriages 1809-1950, Denmark Deeds and Mortgages 1572-1928, Philippines Civil Registration (Local) 1888-1984, Utah Obituaries from Utah Newspapers 1850-2005, and Zimbabwe Death notices from 1904-1976. Explore these newly released collections and others by following the links below. COLLECTION – INDEXED RECORDS – […]

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Grand Army of the Republic Death Records Books for Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas & Nebraska – 15% Off

Dennis Northcott has published three volumes of GAR death records. FRPC has extended the 15% off sale thru Monday, August 3. See the details below. The G.A.R. was organized in departments, most of which comprised one state. The departments published annual reports that were often titled Proceedings of the . . . Annual Encampment of […]

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German Immigrants in American Church Records & Iowa- Limited Number of Books Available at 15% discount

I was visiting with Roger Minert in his home a while back, and he pointed out that he had a number of copies of his German Immigrants in American Documents books setting on his shelf. He told me that he didn’t need them; and would I be interested in purchasing them? I replied in the […]

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FRPC Christmas in July Sale 50-90% Off Selected Items & FREE USA Shipping on ALL Purchases of $50+ – Extended Thru August 3

FRPC has once again put together our annual Christmas in July sale. All items on the sale today are 50% off or more! Get FREE USA Shipping on all purchases of $50 or more at the FRPC website during the sale week. The FREE USA shipping applies to all 3000 items at the website; not […]

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50% Off on All First-Edition German Place Name Indexes – Alphabetical & Reverse

A few weeks ago, Family Roots Publishing received the publication rights to Roger Minert’s excellent German Place Name Indexes. Eight are now in print in new editions from Family Roots Publishing. As of now, the German Place Name Indexes are all out-of-print with the original publisher, and Family Roots Publishing is preparing new editions of […]

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Map Guide to German Parish Registers Vol. 52 – Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Posen II, Regierungsbezirk Posen – Now Shipping

We just got softbound Map Guide to German Parish Registers Vol. 52 – Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Posen II, Regierungsbezirk Posen back from the bindery and are now shipping. This completes the 2-volume series covering Posen (Volumes 51 & 52). Note that the hardbound edition will ship on Monday, July 20. It takes longer […]

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DNA Research Bundle of 8 Quick Guide Laminates – 15% off through Father’s Day, June 21, 2015

As you know, this weekend, AncestryDNA is running their $89 Father’s Day DNA Testing Special. Lisa Louise Cooke reminded me that this would be a good time to run a promo on DNA guides. She’s right, as there are now two additional guides that I didn’t have access to a month ago. The bundle of […]

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The NGS Conference in St. Charles, Missouri

Bill Dollarhide and I drove about 2200 miles to arrive in St. Charles, Missouri just in time to set up as a booth in the exhibit hall at the NGS conference. Family Roots Publishing has only one booth this year, exhibiting mostly our books – Hansen’s German Map Guide books, Minert’s German Place Name Indexes, […]

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