Issue 13 giveaways :: findmypast – WDYTYA

0 Posted by - 17 December 2012 - Feature stories, Special offers

And the winner is…… Congratulations to G. Muth of Salisbury Downs, South Australia you’ve won our Issue 13 giveaway with findmypast. Good luck with your search!

 

[1]  Win a findmypast World Collection subscription valued at $249.95!

Here’s your chance to win access to the 1.5 billion records on findmypast! The prize is a 12-month subscription to its World Collection, which means you can search records from across Australia, New Zealand, the US, the UK and Ireland, all from one site! Read about how findmypast can help with your research on page 48.

To go into the draw for this terrific prize, simply tell us the year your earliest ancestor arrived in Australia or NZ.

Send your answer by 31 December to cass[at]insidehistory.com.au or post it to findmypast giveaway, PO Box 406 Erskineville NSW 2043.

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And the winners are……… Congratulations to the 5 winners of the WDYTYA Series 4 DVD sets:

[1] K. Gaspari, Chadstone, VIC
[2] M. Kemp, Ashmore, QLD
[3] L. Walker, Deception Bay, QLD
[4] J. Wright, Narre Warren South, VIC
[5] J. Purnell, Rochedale South, QLD

 

[2]  Win Series 4 of Who Do You Think You Are? on DVD!

It’s the television series we all love, and if you’re like us you’re already counting down the days until Series 5 debuts on our screens in early 2013. In the meantime, here’s your chance to relive all the detective work, drama and emotion of Series 4. See comedian Shaun Micallef discover his Maltese connections, journalist Kerry O’Brien learn about his Irish links!

To go into the draw to win one of five DVDs of series 4, valued at $29.95 each, simply tell us which celebrity episode you loved the most from any of the Australian series so far.

Send your answer by 31 December to cass[at]insidehistory.com.au or post it to SBS giveaway, PO Box 406 Erskineville NSW 2043.

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