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’s Map Explorer now includes a feature that allows users to access Charles Booth's information-rich ...

16/08/2019

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Are you just starting your family history, or wishing to brush up on your online research know-how? Our 3 key ...

15/08/2019

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FamilySearch have today (31 July) announced a new facility that allows users to make name corrections to its ...

01/08/2019

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Your guide to the essential family history websites to kick-start research into your early 20th century ancestors ...

29/07/2019

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TheGenealogist has released over 658 War Memorials with 75,973 new individuals, meaning there are now a total of ...

19/07/2019

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TheGenealogist has released over half a million new parish records for Norfolk into their Parish Records ...

04/07/2019

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Find 3 useful websites for tracing adoption records in the UK and Ireland. ...

24/06/2019

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16 August 2019 marked the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester, England, when thousands of ...

18/06/2019

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TheGenealogist has released over 100,000 individuals into its Court & Criminal Records collection, including ...

17/06/2019

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Trace your ancestors through time and place with our guide to the best websites for tracing your family tree ...

06/06/2019

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Irish genealogy has undergone a digital revolution in recent years, making tracing your family history in Ireland ...

05/06/2019

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On 24 May 1999, FamilySearch revealed its first website. Since then the world of genealogy has changed so much, ...

24/05/2019

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