The MyHeritage Halloween Family Photo Competition

The MyHeritage Halloween Family Photo Competition


MyHeritage is looking for the most creative and original Halloween Family photos. Take part and win one of three one-year Premium subscriptions at

Everyone has, we are sure, seen those piles of pumpkins in every supermarket heralding the news that Halloween is just around the corner.

We haven’t had a competition for a while now so, of corpse (sorry), we decided to dust the cobwebs from three free premium subscriptions for one year and put them up for grabs in the MyHeritage Halloween Family Photo Competition!

Share your best Halloween family picture with us, or that old Halloween picture lurking in your photo album.

The rules are simple: upload your photo* to our Facebook Page or send them via Twitter using the hashtag #myheritagehalloweenpics (we recommend you use or for this). If you do not have a Facebook or Twitter account you can send us your picture to

We will be looking for the most ghoulish, wacky and creative photos our community has to offer. Remember, we’re all about family here at MyHeritage, so if your whole family is getting involved, we’d like to see some photo evidence of that!

Entries close at noon on the day after Halloween (1 November 2011), so you’d better get snapping now, if you’d like to get your hands on a one year free premium subscription!

Don’t get too spooked.

The MyHeritage Team.

*We kindly request that all photos be of a reasonable resolution (96dpi at least) and that the submission is your own original work (and not infringing any copyright laws). Any images of under-18s must be cleared for usage with their parent(s) or guardian(s). Three winners will be chosen from all entries received, and will each receive a free premium subscription for 12 months. Winners will be notified using their original mode of entry and we will make every practical or best-faith effort to contact them. See the full terms and conditions here.

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  • Annette Postman

    October 28, 2011

    My great grandmother’s name is Marie Muceniek. She emigrated from Latvia in 1929 (her husband was killed in Lativa). She moved to Kimberly to stay with her relatives (her sister-in-law) Lena. She had 2 children named Olga & Victor. She was a housekeeper for some time, but remarried a man named Paul Esquilat. She had another child named Leo. Olga married Herbert Johnston. Victor married Sara Jacobson. I’m trying to find some relatives . . . is anyone related to any of these people?

  • robert glenn phillips

    October 29, 2011

    my grandmother dunns side of famliy her maiden name was Mary Jane Jackson borin in the Joplin,mo. area and Jodie Greenwood,John A. Kifer sisters Colyen and Louise Robert G. Phillips

  • Robert Glenn Phillips

    November 8, 2012

    any body that is related to my moyher Mary I.Dunn,Phillips,Withrow or grandmother Mary Jane Jackson,Dunn,Kinnedy leave an email at