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A tale of two soldiers

Whether we know it at the time or not, fate and coincidence often play an important part in our lives, this often comes to light while researching our family histories. On Remembrance Day 2012, this is just one story that illustrates this perfectly. from: The Times – Christchurch, New Zealand […]

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National Archives of Ireland Genealogy website

The National Archives of Ireland has a brand new genealogy website, only launched a few days ago and the doorway to the: Census Records for 1901 Census Records for 1911 Tithe Applotment Books from 1823 to 1837 Soldiers’ Wills from 1914 to 1917. Searchable databases and linked images of relevant […]

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Seniors Week 2012

We’re celebrating Seniors Week this year with two workshops for those just starting out with their family history and also a free research session with some of our very capable members. Our two Beginner’s Workshops will be held on Monday 8 October (10 am to 12 midday) and Thursday 11 […]

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1911 England and Wales Census Collection

One of our vigilant members has just alerted us to the fact that Ancestry.co.uk are offering free access to the 1911 England and Wales Census Collection from now until November. From their site: “The 1911 Census of England, Wales, Channel Islands and Isle of Man was taken on the night […]

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