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…

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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More than 100 million records relating to European family trees have been added to the database of genealogy ...

20/05/2019

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TheGenealogist has announced the release of 300,000 records relating to masters and apprentices who served in the ...

17/05/2019

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The Genealogist has announced the expansion of its Criminal Records collection with the release of over 146,000 ...

03/05/2019

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Discover 3 websites that can help you explore your ancestors' lives in context – and enrich your family history ...

30/04/2019

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Delve deeper into the past, get more organised, and have family history fun without spending a fortune ...

30/04/2019

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FamilySearch has today announced that it has added 42.5 million free to search 1939 England & Wales register ...

24/04/2019

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A new collection covering over a century of ships administered in Devon ports is part of a new tranche of Devon ...

15/04/2019

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Kent County Council and FindMyPast have announced that 2.6 million Kent records have been digitised, fully indexed ...

08/04/2019

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Was your ancestor granted an order of chivalry? FindMyPast has added a new tranche of records to its Knights of ...

01/04/2019

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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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