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And The Winner of the December Branch Out Contest is…

Posted by Pam Velazquez on January 9, 2014 in Contest

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If you entered the December round of our Branch Out contest, we’d like to thank you for participating! We received more than 14,000 responses and so many great stories from our community – thank you!

We have compiled all of the entries and randomly selected our second winner. And that lucky person is…

Stacy Woodley from Pennsylvania!!

 

Stacy will begin working with our ProGenealogists to try and solve the mystery around the identity of her third great grandfather who may have fought in the Civil War. We’ll keep you updated on Stacy’s story as we dig into her family tree.

 

There will be more chances to win when we launch the third Branch Out contest, starting on February 1st – so stay tuned for that announcement and in the mean time, help us congratulate Stacy as well as our October winner, Heidi Hall of Michigan!

 

 

6 comments

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1 Cathy WesemannJanuary 9, 2014 at 5:53 pm

Congratulations to the winners! I hope the genealogists will be able to break down those brick walls for the winners. What an exciting journey for them.

2 Diane WrightJanuary 11, 2014 at 5:09 pm

I wish your contests were open to Americans living overseas!

[...] And The Winner of the December Branch Out Contest is… by Pam Velazquez [...]

[...] are giving away six (6) of these great prize packages. Heidi Hall was our big winner in October, Stacy Woodley won in December, and we are looking for our next lucky recipient. Could it be you? The [...]

[...] are giving away six (6) of these great prize packages. Heidi Hall was our big winner in October, Stacy Woodley won in December, and we are looking for our next lucky recipient. Could it be you? The [...]

[...] Hall was our big winner in October, Stacy Woodley won in December, Cindy Hillman won in February and we are looking for our next lucky recipient. [...]

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