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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FamilySearch Kicks Off 2011 with the Addition of 90 Million New Online Records

Wow, what a way to start the year! FamilySearch have just announced another 90 million records have gone online. That is 90 MILLION records people … records that were not online even a month ago!!

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Society of Genealogists Adds 9 Million Records to FindMyPast.co.uk

When a large Archive and an online data site decide to work together this is GOOD news for the community worldwide. Even better when it adds another 9 million records online!! The records relating to millions of people held by the Society of Genealogists are now easier than ever to search online, thanks to a partnership with findmypast.co.uk.

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More Family History Records from FindMyPast.co.uk & Plymouth & West Devon Record Office

Some very exciting family history news for those with Devon connections – findmypast.co.uk will digitise the Plymouth and West Devon Record Office records and publish them online for the very first time. They have over 1500 volumes of records, which detail the lives of over 3.5 million Devonians.

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Another 100,000 Records for Ireland Added Online

New records have recently been added to Irish Genealogical Online Record Search System. You will now find an additional 100,000 birth, death, marriage and census records covering the parishes and districts of County Limerick.

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findmypast.co.uk Announces Plans to Digitise 8 Million Manchester Records

For those with family connections to Manchester in Lancashire, England … get ready to be inundated with another 8 million records coming online from the Manchester Archives …

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850,000 Devon Parish Records go Online at FindMyPast.co.uk

esearching your Devon ancestors has just got a whole lot easier, with leading family history website findmypast.co.uk having just added an impressive 857,603 new Devon parish register records to their website. Supplied by the Devon Family History Society, you can search for baptisms, marriages and burials …

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UK Prison Hulk Records 1802-1849 now online

Ancestry continues to expand their collection, and have now added the UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books 1802-1849 to their collection of online data. The series contains a letter book relating to the establishment of hulks written from 1847-1849 and the registers of prisoners on 19 different hulks between 1802-1849

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300,000 British Military History Records Added Online at Military-Genealogy.com

For anyone with British military ancestors, Military-Genealogy.com really is a ‘must’ site. Already listing the “Soldiers Died in the Great War” and the “Army Roll of Honour 1939-1945″ on their website, another 300,000 records have just been added, making finding your UK ancestors military that much easier …

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British Chelsea Pensioner Records Now Online

Findmypast.com.uk has recently added 184,650 records and 1,003,794 images to their Chelsea Pensioners collection for the period 1760-1854. This brings the total amount of Chelsea Pensioner records and images on findmypast.co.uk to 691,520 records and 4,200,729 images.

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Thousands of Dorset Parish Records Go Online at FindMyPast.co.uk

Leading family history website findmypast.co.uk has just added 22,000 baptism, marriage and burial records to its Dorset parish record collection, bringing the total number of Dorset parish records available at findmypast.co.uk up to almost 450,000.

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Census, Census and more Censuses!!

There seems to be a lot of news about censuses (old and new ones) recently, the UK, Canada, the US and Australia too …

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Documents Online now available to library users at the Genealogical Society of Victoria

Visitors to the Genealogical Society of Victoria’s premises in Melbourne, are in for a treat. Along with offering users access to Ancestry, FindMyPast, the OriginsNetwork and Burke’s Peerage and Gentry Online, they now offer free downloads from The National Archives (UK) Documents Online service.

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