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…

A new online society which allows genealogists around the world to connect and share their experiences has been ...

02/05/2018

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Find out how to carry out effective searches and discover new ancestors when using the Ancestry family history ...

23/04/2018

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TheGenealogist has expanded its headstone and war memorial record collections with records covering 53 new ...

20/04/2018

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In the 19th century poverty-stricken ancestors from Ireland, many fleeing the famine, could find themselves ...

16/04/2018

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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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