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How wonderful that this information was rescued from the tip - such an important find that gives more detail of life during WW1 and how the Cowie family from Sunderland was affected. So glad it wasn't destroyed
Campaign Medals could be awarded to those who served in Wars, and your ancestor may have received other medals if he or she gave outstanding service.
Guide to the history of Parish Registers in England and Wales. We will help trace where records are available and guide you to discover your ancestors, giving a firm foundation for your family tree
Family History Charts and templates help you enhance and document your family tree research. They are a wonderful tool to help document your genealogical research
Surrey Record Office gives access to archives relating to Surrey's past and present, assuring the history of the county is accessible to future generations
Find your Ancestors! Research your family history in City of Westminster Archives Centre. A rich range of collected and preserved resources available. Bring your family tree to life!
Kirklees Archive Service is located in Huddersfield Central Library and has links with the local studies collection. Resources held by the Archive include documents, manuscripts and newspapers
Visit Barnsley Archives and Local Studies and watch your family tree grow! Documents dating from the 12th century are a treasure trove of information, just waiting to be unearthed
Sheffield City Archives collects and preserves records relating to Sheffield and South Yorkshire, then make them publicly accessible
Doncaster Archives collects and preserves documents relating to the history of Doncaster district, making them publicly accessible in their reading room
From today (12 October 2017), and for the next three months, the GRO has offered the option of ordering PDF versions of birth and death certificates through their website for £6.00 rather than the usual £9.25. This applies to births 1837-1916, and deaths 1837-1957. This is great news for family historians everywhere – here’s hoping this change becomes permanent.
A birth certificate is an official record of a birth. Parents are required to register a birth within six weeks
Discover your London Ancestors! Research your ancestry in London Metropolitan Archives. Many documents available, dating from the time of William the Conqueror
The aim of Somerset Record Office is to collect and preserve documents relating to Somerset. They are based at Somerset Heritage Centre in Taunton
Fifty-one million records are now available on FamilySearch for those with Dutch ancestry. These include civil registration records, census and population registers, church records and army service records