No research time? No Problem! Having trouble finding time to grow your family tree? Whether you’ve put off starting your family tree or can’t find time to get back to your research, here are some quick research tasks for the person with a packed schedule. Many of these take only a few minutes and can […]
Genealogy20th June 2013
NEW UK RECORDS AVAILABLE TO SEARCH ONLINE STATE OF THE ART LOCAL ARCHIVE CENTRE REOPENS AFTER REFURBISHMENT For the first time today, records covering baptisms, marriages and burials from Canterbury’s past have been made fully searchable online by leading family history site findmypast.com The Canterbury Collection of parish records dating back to 1538 has been […]
For those of you attending Rootstech 2013 family history and technology conference in Salt Lake City, you may have picked up an issue of the findmypast Post. On page three you can find a crossword puzzle to fill time between sessions once you visited every booth in the exhibit hall. If you weren’t able to […]
We spend so much of our time looking to the past, let’s take a moment for the future – FGS 2013 Conference in August! For those of you not familiar, this is a fantastic event for the US genealogy community. The findmypast team even held the conference’s first karaoke party in 2012 and the attendees […]
FMP US resident expert, Joshua Taylor, chats about the upcoming conference, Rootstech. Listen in on what you can expect this year in Salt Lake City and why family history conferences are great for everybody, not just pros and tech developers!
Our resident expert Josh Taylor explains the initial steps in starting your family history. From interviewing living relatives to documenting your research, these tips will get you started and give you the best shot at making discoveries for years to come.
Today we launched our ‘Bad Boys’ collection – the largest collection of historical criminal records from England and Wales to be published online, in association with the National Archives (U.K.). Use the promotional code ‘criminal‘ for 20 free credits to test this amazing collection out. Over 2.5 million records dating from 1770-1934 will be easily searchable and […]
‘Battle of Trafalgar’, ‘Scott of the Antarctic’ & ‘Abdication Crisis’
New Records: US Veterans Gravesites among Millions of new US, Irish, UK, Australian and New Zealand Records on findmypast.com11th February 2013
Along with the recent addition of British newspapers to our collection, we’ve also added a long list of US, Irish, UK, Australian and New Zealand records! Happy searching! US Records U.S. Veteran’s Grave sites Montana Deaths (update) Irish Records Karbinstan Archives WWI Irish Soldiers Wills Australian & New Zealand Records New Zealand Electoral Rolls 1865-1875 […]
Want to know more about the new collection of British newspapers on findmypast.com? Listen to Josh Taylor discuss what you can expect with this unprecedented collection. CONTENTS 1:25: The digitization of the collection in partnership with the British Library 2:10: The importance of British newspapers and family history 4:09: Example of what you can find […]
The British newspapers include original images of local and regional newspapers from England, Scotland and Wales from 1700 to 1950, and encompass nearly 200 titles. The stories featured in this collection are infinite. You can see great events reported as they appeared to people at the time, from the Crimean War to the Boston Molasses Disaster.
Tune in to findmypast.com to view episodes from the hit UK television show, Find My Past, now entering its second season. Each episode links living individuals to real historical events found in their family tree. Findmypast.com is the only US site where you can watch this show! Register on findmypast.com for free and watch Find […]