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…

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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TheGenealogist has announced the addition of Westminster to its 1910 Lloyd George Domesday Survey records. ...

21/12/2018

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