The National Archives has launched the new Discovery service, a search facility that will help you find, understand and their records. The service will eventually replace the Catalogue and incorporate paid-for services such as DocumentsOnline. “The Discovery service enables you to filter search results by subject, date and collection, and also introduces map-based searching. Millions of […]

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The following announcement comes today from Ancestry.com. It’s dated June 13, 2011 so unless I’m living in an alternate reality, today’s date is June 6, 2011: “Thousands of stars of the early silver screen detailed in Motion Picture Studio Directories Records include Charlie Chaplin, “Fatty” Arbuckle and Oliver Hardy (images available) Directories reveal ‘vital statistics’ […]

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Sandy on July 6th, 2011

MyHeritige.com has posted information today about a new offering called Family Goals which permits families to split the bill on Premium and PremiumPlus subscriptions. This enables family members to chip in to cover the costs thus making family history research more affordable and, at the same time, encourage the wider family to become more connected […]

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