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…

TheGenealogist has announced the release of 116,218 records into its Poll Book Database, allowing family ...

06/07/2018

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What did your ancestor do for a living and how did their job influence their daily lives? Explore these 3 free ...

26/06/2018

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More than 1 million individual records of soldiers wounded in World War I have been transcribed and made available ...

22/06/2018

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A new database released by TheGenealogist today allows researchers to search for ancestors who officially changed ...

21/06/2018

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With the 1921 census still some years away from public release, TheGenealogist has added new records to its 1921 ...

07/06/2018

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Find out how to search for your ancestors on the FreeREG website with these expert tips. ...

01/06/2018

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Use these expert tips to make the most of your searches on TheGenealogist family history website. ...

31/05/2018

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To mark the centenary of the vote being granted to (some) women, and the 90th anniversary of it being granted to ...

28/05/2018

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TheGenealogist has added habitual criminal registers and habitual drunkards registers of the Metropolitan Police ...

25/05/2018

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Find out how to carry out effective family history searches and discover more ancestors with our top tips for ...

24/05/2018

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Genealogy website FindMyPast has announced a new partnership with Kent County Council that will result in the ...

23/05/2018

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Findmypast has announced it has added indexes containing over eight million New York records to its exclusive ...

09/05/2018

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