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…

To mark the end of World War 1 that came to a close on 11 November 1918 with the signing of the armistice, ...

09/11/2018

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Genealogy website FamilySearch has announced that it has added millions of new, free historical records to help ...

08/11/2018

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Widen the scope of your genealogy research by exploring these 3 free websites ...

16/10/2018

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54 million newly indexed records spanning the years 1921 to 1925 have been added to FindMyPast's collection of ...

15/10/2018

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School registers dating from the 13th century through to the 20th century have been released by TheGenealogist. ...

05/10/2018

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The First World War centenary has seen a wealth of digital resources made available to family historians ...

14/09/2018

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The genealogy website FindMyPast has today announced the release over 53 million indexed England and Wales ...

31/08/2018

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The records of 1.5 million individuals, together with a selection of images, have been added to TheGenealogist's ...

30/08/2018

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Forces War Records has now transcribed over 100,000 records to those individuals who were awarded the ‘Palestine ...

23/08/2018

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There’s a wealth of free family history information available on a wide range of British university research ...

17/08/2018

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More than 100,000 records of prisoners and their victims held by The National Archives have this week been ...

16/08/2018

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The records of more than 100 million people who immigrated through Ellis Island or one of the New York Harbour ...

14/08/2018

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