Useful genealogy websites

While paper records still have a vital role to play in charting our ancestors' history, the internet has given family historians quick access to a wealth of information and resources. Find out which websites could help you with your family tree in our guides to useful genealogy websites…

FT Analyzer is a free service that allows you to upload a GEDCOM file and have your family tree checked for ...

21/03/2019

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Do you have ancestors who were Freemasons? Try these websites to begin researching their lives ...

05/03/2019

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A free database of 2 million names that make up the 1926 Prairie Provinces census has been released by ...

01/03/2019

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Ancestry has announced the release of a new collection that lists World War II Alien Internees for the years 1939 ...

27/02/2019

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More than 300,000 records relating to Yorkshire baptisms, marriages and burials have been added to the FindMyPast ...

26/02/2019

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TheGenealogist has added to its Military Records collection with the release of more than 1 million entries for ...

08/02/2019

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Finding out what our ancestors did for a living can really teach us about their everyday lives. Here are 3 free ...

04/02/2019

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Thousands of Roman Catholic records for the Diocese of Middlesbrough have been added to the FindMyPast genealogy ...

18/01/2019

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There may be several reasons why you can’t find the parish record of your ancestors' marriage pre-civil ...

15/01/2019

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Find your Canadian ancestors using the wealth of records on the MyHeritage genealogy website. ...

14/01/2019

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The records of 144,793 individuals, with a further 20,000 individuals named on headstones, have been released by ...

11/01/2019

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FindMyPast has announced that it has added thousands of Norfolk baptism, marriage and burial records to its ...

07/01/2019

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