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Our Big English CD Sale

Big English CD Sale 2015-10 cropped Here at Gould Genealogy we offer a range of products on sale each month, usually with a particular theme. The theme we have chosen for October is England. Or more specifically, English CDs. And we have over 800 titles on sale for the month, all discounted between 20% and 54%. You will find titles covering: […] Continue reading →

4 Million Devon Records Go Online at findmypast

burial record for Redvers Buller, dated 5 June 1908 If you have Devon ancestors, get ready for some serious research as findmypast (www.findmypast.co.uk) has just uploaded over 4 million Devon parish records. These include baptisms, banns, marriages and burials and range from 1538 through to 1915. These records added to those already on findmypast, make findmypast the place for largest collection of Devon records online. Continue reading →

Ancestry, PCC and 1 Million Wills

Ancestry - will The big news to hit the genealogy world recently is that Ancestry.co.uk have added over 1 million English and Welsh wills from the Perogative Court of Canterbury (PCC). Not everyone left a will, but those that did can be a goldmine of information, so it’s ALWAYS worth checking just in case there is one for your family ancestors. Continue reading →

Exodus Conference: Migration to, From and Within the British Isles

 Let me tell you about about an event that is on in England in a couple of weeks time (actually only 10 days time according to the countdown on their website), and that is the Exodus Conference. Organised by the Halstead Trust, with this being their 2nd International Genealogy Conference, this year the theme is British Migration: from, to and within the British Isles. Continue reading →

2.5 Million New British Criminal Records Go Online

 The latest BIG addition to Findmypast is 2.5 million British criminal records which are now online for the first time ever! This collection of historical “Crime, Prisons & Punishment records” is simply amazing, and will give you information that you will not find elsewhere. And now that they are online can you imagine just how many people worldwide are going to uncover any villains or drunkards lurking in their family trees. Continue reading →