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TheGenealogist’s newest headstone records release covers 174 new churchyards or cemeteries and include submissions from their many prolific volunteers. The International Headstone Collection is an ongoing project where every headstone photographed or transcribed earns credits for volunteers.
Use Educational registers to find ancestors who attended or taught at a variety of Educational establishments in a wide range of years up to the mid 1930s and see their achievements. Useful to identify areas of research.
TheGenealogist releases over 1.8 million records in a new batch of R.A.F. Operations Record Books (ORBs). Family historians will find the duties recorded in these documents interesting when they reveal the assignments that a serviceman took part in. Examples include Bombing, Convoy Escort, Submarine Hunt, Fleet protection, Attacking Aerodromes and Shipping, Dive Bombing Raids and more.
As the country marks Remembrance Sunday and Armistice day this week it is fitting to bear in mind that Lambeth’s Waterloo Station would have seen many thousands of troops embark on their journey to the front and the lucky ones return on leave. In these newly released records by TheGenealogist we can explore the streets around Lambeth at a time just before the First World War.
TheGenealogist have the complete set of all Anglican records for Wales held by the consortium of Welsh archives on 23rd October. This release contains 8 million Parish Records, listing over 14.5 million individuals, with images of the original registers.
This week over 1.54 million individuals added to Norfolk Parish Record Collection on TheGenealogist. All are fully searchable records of church registers from parishes in Norfolk.
TheGenealogist has released 71 new Air Force Lists with over 2 million names, as well as 385 extra War Memorials listing over 31,000 names.
TheGenealogist’s Map Explorer™ which can help researchers find an ancestor’s land and view how the landscape changed over time has been augmented by the addition of georeferenced Tithe Maps for Cheshire, Dorset, Hertfordshire, Kent, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Staffordshire and Yorkshire West Riding.
New release of over 33,000 individuals for the Hounslow area in TheGenealogist’s property ownership and occupancy record set: The Lloyd George Domesday Survey. Hounslow records cover the areas of Bedfont, Chiswick, Cranford, Feltham, Hanworth, Heston, Isleworth, New Brentford and Old Brentford.