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1939 Register

The 1939 Register is an important genealogical resource that is now available to family history researchers. It provides details and information for each person and household during this period in history. The publication of the register bridges nearly a thirty-year gap in census data. Members of the research website Find My Past have had access to […]

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Black Friday Deals – Ancestry DNA

Ancestry is one of the most popular family history research websites and this Black Friday you could be surprised at what you can discover by taking an Ancestry DNA test. There is £30 off over the weekend and you could make new family connections or reveal more of your unique story for the discounted price of […]

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Black Friday – Ancestry DNA

There is 30% off Ancestry DNA between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Ancestry state their DNA testing service is cutting edge and utilizes some of the latest autosomal testing technology to revolutionize the way you discover your family history. The service combines advanced DNA science with the largest online family history resource website to predict […]

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Ancestry – Free access weekend

Ancestry is one of the most popular websites for exploring your family history and they are having a free access weekend 6th-8th February. Starting this Friday they are opening up their site for you to explore, with free access to more than 1 billion UK records. Researching your own family history can be expensive and […]

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Ancestry – Free access

Ancestry is one of the most popular websites for exploring your family history. During 24th-26th December, there will be free access to all their UK family history records.  No credit card will be required for the free trial although to take advantage of the offer you will have to go through what is described as a simple registration […]

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Ancestry

Ancestry are offering free access to more than 22 million UK military records this weekend. Discover the soldiers in your past by searching the largest online collection of World War 1 records for free, until Tuesday 11th November. Remembrance Weekend may be a great time to start your own family history research as both Find […]

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