Ireland-Genealogy.com Releases Unique Irish Records Online

It’s always great to hear of new records being released, more so when it relates to Ireland. Irish research can be quite hard and time-consuming due to the lack of census records. A key record which gives information is the Irish Pension Records. Irish-Genealogy.com has spent 20 years copying handwritten pension applications which cover all of Ireland …

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Your Family History – Issue 103 (May 2011) is Out Now

Everyone’s looking for more and better ways to save money at the moment, and issue 103 of Your Family History magazine gives us “101 money saving tips” saving time and money. Covering software, web resources, free certificates, cut-price records and more …

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findmypast Ireland Launches

What a HUGE day yesterday was for Irish genealogists and researchers around the world, as findmypast Ireland (findmypast.ie) was launched. People can easily navigate and search over 4 million records that are available on www.findmypast.ie and discover their past no matter where they are in the world …

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Family History Specials for Mothers Day

A great selection of Family History products, perfect as a present for mum on Mothers Day.

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The War Graves Photographic Project Needs Volunteers in Australia

Can you imagine being able to see a photograph of a grave of a relative who died at war? Particularly when there is no chance of being able to visit the burial place. The aim of The War Graves Photographic Project is to photograph every war grave of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day and make these available within a searchable database. But now they’re asking for Australians to help out …

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Your Family History – Issue 102 (April 2011) is Out Now

Your Family History Issue 102s is packed with useful hints and tips to help you discover the easy ways to trace family heirlooms and see if there’s a titled connection in your family tree. The noble theme continues through our special royalty feature, looking at fascinating accounts of royal weddings and we discover how your ancestors would have celebrated. The occupations series continues as we delve into the dangerous occupation of mining and the records that survive for tracing family.

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1 Million New Cambridgeshire Records Go Online

Here’s some exciting news for researchers looking for reli’s in Cambridgeshire. Findmypast.co.uk have just added over 1 million new parish records for Cambridgeshire online. The vast quantity of records and the wide date range they cover, make them a hugely valuable resource for family historians.

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New History & Genealogy Titles – 13 April 2011

More new genealogy and history related titles have recently been added to our range. New products come in the Australia, England, Scotland, & Scrapbooking.

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Your Family History – Issue 101 (Spring 2011) is Out Now

This issue of ‘Your Family History’ gives readers a definitive guide to marriage records and concentrates on the latest, most accurate ways to search these vital resources … and they’ve not limited it to just English records either – there are updates on the best ways to search Scottish and Irish weddings as well!

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The Guild of One-Name Studies Offers Extended Membership for a Limited Time

A Press Release recently sent to me from The Guild of One-Name Studies advises of a very special offer that they are offering to all new joiners to coincide with the Who Do You Think You Are? Live event. The offer is available to all worldwide.

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Your Family History – Issue 100 (March 2011) is Out Now

Your Family History, Issue 100 (March 2011) is out now. Apart from being the best value for money magazine around, it is packed full with the latest happenings relating to online records, societies, publications and news from genealogical world in general, as well as helpful tips throughout. An all round fabulous read!!

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Scottish 1911 Census to go Online in April 2011

Scottish researchers clear the calendar for April 2011, because as of the 5th of April, I guarantee that you’ll be spending it glued to your computer, checking out the (then) newly-released Scottish 1911 Census online.

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Discover History with the National Trust (UK) Android App

If you love history, and live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, or are just visiting, and fancy a day out discovering, and are wondering where to go? The National Trust in the UK has just released an app that you can download for FREE for your Android phone.

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