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findmypast.co.uk add close to 4 million Welsh Parish Register records.

findmypast.co.uk have been working with the National Library of Wales and the Welsh County Archivists Group which recently resulted in the publication of close to 4 million Welsh parish register records, covering Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Glamorganshire: Baptisms: 1,418,921 records covering 1538-1911 Marriages: 950,254 records covering 1539-1926 Banns: 340,002 records covering 1701-1926 Burials: 1,169,685 […]

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BillionGraves introduce new Plus account

BillionGraves have introduced a Plus account, costing $9.99 per year, and offering the following benefits: 30 Records Watches – you can flag surnames you’re interested in, and be notified by e-mail if a new headstone is transribed. Virtual Walkthrough – allows you select a headstone then view others surrounding it. Mobile Records Search – ability […]

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MyHeritage introduce Printed Family Calendars

MyHeritage has released Family Calendars, an automated method of entering your MyHeritage data such as birthdays and anniversaries into a personalised calendar. There are other companies offering similar options, but those I’ve seen require you to input the information. If you have a MyHeritage account the difference is that they claim you can create a […]

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US census site launched by Brightsolid

Historical and genealogical content provider brightsolid have launched censusrecords.com, a new US census records search site. brightsolid already operates the 1901censusonline.com (UK census data, despite the .com domain name) and 1911census.co.uk websites in partnership with The National Archives. The company also own Genes Reunited, findmypast.co.uk, and manage ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk. US Census availability Currently the site is […]

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