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More military records added to TheGenealogist genealogy website

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TheGenealogist has announced that it has added another 15,000 names to its 383,000 searchable records featuring names from war memorials.

This latest release includes war memorials from Worcestershire and South Yorkshire as well as some further monuments from Australia,Canada, London and various other British counties. A more unusual one added in this release is from Olds, in Alberta, Canada, where the memorial is a Sherman tank!

The records are fully searchable by name, and researchers can read transcriptions and see images of the dedications that commemorate soldiers who have fallen in the Boer War, World War I and various other conflicts.

These new records are available as part of the Diamond Subscription at TheGenealogist

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