Although everyone may be celebrating Valentine’s Day slightly differently this year, some things will remain the same: the consumption of copious amounts of chocolate and the celebration of love in your family. And what better way to celebrate your family’s greatest love stories than to research their beginnings? We’re excited to announce that we’re offering free access to all marriage records on MyHeritage from February 10–16, 2021!
Marriage records are extremely valuable because of the wealth of genealogical content they contain. They can help paint a more complete picture of your family’s stories. You may learn how old the bride and groom’s age at the time of marriage, where the bride and groom lived, when and/or where they were born, the names of their parents, where their parents were born, what their occupations were, and more.
MyHeritage offers 158 collections with 462,808,849 records in all. During this limited-time offer, you’ll be able to access these records freely even if you’re not a paid subscriber. Access to these collections will be completely free, but free registration to MyHeritage will be required for non-MyHeritage users.
We look forward to hearing about your new family history discoveries!
The MyHeritage Team
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