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 released the records of 29,000 individuals who were decorated with the Meritorious Service ...

23/03/2018

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Findmypast's new global family tree is a product that is being created to help both new and experienced ...

19/03/2018

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The IWM Film website has been upgraded to make the museum's film collection even more accessible, with keywords ...

14/03/2018

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The Royal Air Force turns 100 on 1 April 1918 so there are records dating back a century for you to trace your RAF ...

13/03/2018

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Family historians researching ancestors who sailed out of the UK between 1940 and 1949 can now explore 1.4 million ...

09/03/2018

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Personal stories and first-hand experiences of World War I nurses are available to the public via a new website ...

01/03/2018

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Researchers with Buckinghamshire ancestors can now explore colour tithe maps from the National Archives, which ...

23/02/2018

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A new website which allows users to browse five centuries of weather data for the UK has been released as a ...

20/02/2018

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More than 70 million people alive today, in all corners of the planet, can claim Irish ancestry – are you among ...

13/02/2018

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TheGenealogist has added 651,369 quarterly returns of convicts from The National Archives’ HO 8 documents to its ...

12/02/2018

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The contents and building of the Public Record of Office which were destroyed by fire in 1922 are to be digitally ...

08/02/2018

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A series of free webinars running throughout 2018 has been announced by the Guild of One-Name Studies, who will ...

06/02/2018

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