Genes Reunited

The following is the latest news from the popular family history website Genes Reunited: “Today leading family history website Genes Reunited published new records including the Bank of England Wills Extracts from 1717-1845 and the London Probate Index from 1750-1858. The Bank of England Wills Extracts is a fantastic resource for family historians containing over 60,000 entries […]

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Although we don’t hear as much about Genes Reunited as we hear about Ancestry.com and Findmypast, Genes Reunited has a huge database and recently released a large cache of military records to bring its collection to 8.5 million, including a 16 year old boy convicted for 7 years on the Prison ships for stealing cheese: […]

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The following is a release from Genes Reunited and Findmypast with news about free access to all 1911 census transcriptions for the next month:  “ALL 1911 TRANSCRIPTIONS ARE NOW FREE ON GENES REUNITED AND FINDMYPAST.CO.UK Leading family history websites genesreunited.co.uk and findmypast.co.uk have teamed up to offer their members free access to all 1911 census […]

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In these days of cloud storage the following news release from Genes Reunited could be a welcome solution to storing your family genealogy records if you’re already a Genes Reunited member. If you’re researching family history, Genes Reunited reportedly has 12 million members and over 780 million names listed. One new name is added to […]

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