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TheGenealogist reaches over 1 million 1910s Property Records

Disclosure: Please note this post contains affiliate links.* Latest News:   TheGenealogist has now added a total of over 1 million individuals to its unique Lloyd George Domesday Survey recordset with the addition this week of 85,959 individuals from the 1910s property tax records for the Borough of Haringey. Covering the areas of Hornsey Central, …

TheGenealogist expands its Irish coverage

Search for Irish ancestors in the recently released records on TheGenealogist

Scottish Census takes TheGenealogist’s releases to over 75 million in the last 9 months!

Excellent news for those with Scottish ancestors. Scottish census transcripts added to TheGenealogist with its powerful search aids!

Jump back in time – Image Archive pictures now pinned to maps

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Disclosure: Please note this post contains affiliate links.* Latest News: TheGenealogist has just added a marvellous new feature which makes its Map Explorer™ resource even more appealing for family historians. Already boasting georeferenced historical and modern maps, Tithe Records and Maps to look for your Victorian ancestors’ homes, Lloyd George Domesday Records and Maps for …

RAF Operations Record Books for the Dambusters squadron go online

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Disclosure: Please note this post contains affiliate links.* Latest News: TheGenealogist is marking the anniversary of the famous Royal Air Force Dambusters raid on the Ruhr Valley dams in May 1943 by releasing a massive tranche of fully searchable RAF Operations Record Books (ORBs) including those ORBs for the famous No 617 Squadron giving an …

TheGenealogist adds over 100,000 names to its Irish Will Indexes

Disclosure: Please note this post contains affiliate links.* Latest News: TheGenealogist’s Index of Irish Wills 1484-1858 is an index to surviving records of Wills, Grants and Administrations, held by The National Archives of Ireland (NAI). Records include the original NAI reference, which can be used to order a copy of the existing document. This new …

TheGenealogist releases London Lloyd George Domesday Records

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Family historians often have problems finding where ancestors lived because road names can change over time. This fascinating combination of maps and residential data from The National Archives is being digitised by TheGenealogist and enables researchers to precisely pinpoint an ancestor’s house on the large scale and exceptionally detailed hand annotated maps from the period.

TheGenealogist adds the 1939 Register with SmartSearch

TheGenealogist has released the 1939 Register, adding their unique and powerful search tools and SmartSearch technology. This offers a hugely flexible way to look for your ancestors at the start of the Second World War.

TheGenealogist adds 2,738 more parishes of Tithe Maps to Map Explorer™

More Tithe Maps added to Map Explorer. Subscribers accessing TheGenealogist on their mobile devices, while out walking, can use the “locate me” function when using the tool on the move and so open up the history of what is around them.