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St. Patrick's Day Brick Wall Webinar Blowout

To celebrate my Irish heritage and St. Patrick's Day....I am offering my four brick wall from A to Z webinars for free:

Don't wait...this page will go away at 11:59 pm central time on 17 March 2014.

33 comments:

  1. You are welcome! Feel free to spread the news...

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  2. Thank You for the free downloads.

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    1. You are welcome! Feel free to let others know....Thanks!

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  3. Thank you for offering this. Greatly appreciated.

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    1. No problem. Feel free to let others know..Thanks!

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  4. I can't get the downloads to work. Went ahead and signed up for newsletter but when I put in the code it says something about the order not being big enough for that code and then I can't get to any kind of download page.

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    1. Email me directly at mjnrootdig@gmail.com if there are problems. Thanks

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  5. Thank you very much Michael!

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  6. Thank you so much! I'm sure I'll find some excellent nuggets here. Very helpful. Happy St. Patrick's Day for tomorrow - hope you find many shamrocks.

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  7. Thank you for your generosity. Erin Go Bragh!

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  8. Hello: Unable to order your free Brick Wall Webinar Blowout.
    Is it because I didn't do it on the IPad?
    Thanking you anyway.MJW

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  9. Thanks!! Happy St. Patrick's Day. :)

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  10. Email me at mjnrootdig@gmail.com and we'll see if we can get it fixed. An IPAD is not necessary.

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  11. Thank you Michael for sharing these downloads for free. There are many good hints in them. Happy St. Patricks Day today.

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  12. THANK YOU!! Happy St. Patrick's Day.

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  13. Thank you very much!

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  14. Thank you very much. Happy St Patrick's Day.

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  15. Thanks so much from another person with Irish heritage.

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  16. Thank you! Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

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  17. Thanks, Michael, for the St. Paddies Day freebies. I am certain there will be much needed helps included in them and I can use all the help I can get! Out of my 8 great grandparents lines, 5 of them are Irish and 3 of those are brickwalled in this country (US) in the 1850-1880 time frames and have been for years!

    kinhunter25

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  18. Hi Michael, I can't get them to down load either what do I need to do ? and thank you so much !

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  19. Marilyn Maniscalco HenleyMarch 17, 2014 at 11:04 AM

    Thank you for the additional free webinars. I shared the offer with the Houston Genealogical Forum FB page as well on my FB page.

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  20. Thank you Michael!

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  21. Thank you so much. Any help with brick walls is appreciated. I enjoy your newsletter very much.

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  22. Thank you from me - the wife of a Real McCoy (probably Scots-Irish - can't get them beyond late 1700s KY). I look forward to enjoying this material. And thank you for your daily hints blog and your regular blog. I enjoy them very much.
    Lucy McCoy

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  23. Michael--I really appreciate your offer--am already receiving the daily e-mails which are truly helpful and quite interesting. I am unable, however, to download the St. Pat's Day items. Can you help me with this, please? Thank you so much! God bless!

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    1. Email me at mjnrootdig@gmail.com and we'll try and take care of it. Thanks.

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  24. Thank you so much for these. I've just recently begun following you via twitter and reading your blog and have learned much already.

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  25. Thank you Michael, I was a bit late so thank you for keeping the files up for a while. I look forward to reading and watching the information you so generously made available for free.

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  26. Thankyou Michael. Always good to have a different view on brick walls.
    Lovely to hear genealogy pronounced as it should be.

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