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How to find birth, marriage, death and census records on FindMyPast

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Discover how to search the birth, marriage, death and census records on the FindMyPast genealogy website with this expert video.

This video from FindMyPast shows you how to make use the FindMyPast search engine to mine its family history collections, particulary birth, marriage, death and census records.

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With thousands of records relating to our ancestors, beginning a search can be overwhelming. This video shows you how to use keywords, name and other data to find the family tree information that you're looking for.

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Top search tips from FindMyPast

1. Start with a broad search and then narrow as required

2. A new change to the 'life event' search means you can now split your search between civil and parish subcategories

3. Narrow your search of UK counties using the county search page

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