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The pilot, originally intended to run for three months, allows family historians to order birth and death records
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This week, we've got 50% off subscriptions to Genes Reunited, free membership of the Family History Society of Cheshire and more
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Plus: 645,000 Brompton Cemetery records added to Findmypast; FamilySearch expands Irish and Swedish collections; National Library of Scotland adds 1940s maps
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Online genealogist Jonathan Scott looks into his crystal ball to reveal the biggest record releases and other events coming up in the next 12 months
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Find out how you can sign up to take part in our second #TranscriptionTuesday event on 23 January 2018
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For WDYTYA? Magazine’s second annual Transcription Tuesday event on 23 January, Seth Burgess will be transcribing personnel files for New Zealanders who fought for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps in the First World War. In this blog post, he explains why you should join him…
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For WDYTYA? Magazine’s second annual Transcription Tuesday event on 23 January, Rosemary Collins will be transcribing records of First World War conscription tribunals in Cardiganshire for the National Library of Wales. In this blog post, she explains why you should join her…
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For WDYTYA? Magazine’s second annual Transcription Tuesday event on 23 January, Jon Bauckham will be indexing Bedfordshire Poor Law records for the Ancestry World Archives Project. In this blog post, he explains why you should join him…
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Robbie Bennie, art editor of WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why he has chosen to transcribe for the First World War memorabilia project Europeana 1914-1918 on Transcription Tuesday 2018
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Plus: Findmypast adds Manchester burial and marriage records; Historic issues of the Church of Ireland Gazette available for free online
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