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A century of records!

| Events, New Records, News | 11/04/2014 10:00am

Findmypast.co.uk releases 100 records in 100 days

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Ellis Island immigrants

Over 40 million new American migrant records to go online

| New Records, News | 04/04/2014 14:15pm

Ellis Island expands online immigration records between 1925 to 1957

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1939 register

40 million British wartime records to go online

| New Records, News | 28/03/2014 11:07am

Findmypast to digitise 1939 register filled with personal details

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A sketch accompanying a note from Captain L.B. Kenny on the use 'dummy attacks', dated 21/2/1918 (WO 95/1678)

New World War I unit war diaries go online

| New Records | 17/03/2014 16:22pm

The National Archives uploads extra 3,987 unit war diaries

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Swanbourne, Buckinghamshire

Find your Buckinghamshire ancestors

| New Records, Online resources | 11/02/2014 14:45pm

New Swanbourne History Group website helps family historians

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Over 40,000 soldiers’ and nurses’ signatures go online

| New Records, News | 31/01/2014 15:10pm

See your ancestor’s handwriting on their way to the front

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Conscription appeals records go online

| New Records, News | 22/01/2014 10:03am

Papers show impact of World War I on families, businesses and communities

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World War I diary casualties

World War I diaries go online

| Military, New Records, News | 14/01/2014 10:43am

Find out what your ancestor’s unit did during WWI

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Find records of WWI ships lost at sea

| New Records, News | 21/11/2013 15:07pm

Findmypast.co.uk publishes details of  destroyed British Royal Navy ships

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Find your ancestors on their way to the Western Front

| New Records, News | 19/11/2013 16:33pm

Website to publish names of 42,000 of soldiers, nurses and others who passed through Folkestone Harbour

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