Who Do You Think You Are?



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There’s a disconnect between the polished National Archives homepage and its more dated-looking genealogy section, but there’s no denying the value of what’s here. The parent site has helpful guidance to get you started, then genealogy.nationalar­chives. ie features dedicated sections offering free access to the surviving census fragments from 1901/1911, as well as substitute sources. You can search raw census data, then view PDF copies of the original documents. Other important collection­s available free of charge include tithe-applotment books (1823–1837), soldiers’ wills (1914–1918), diocesan and prerogativ­e marriage-licence bonds indexes (1623–1866), shipping agreements and crew lists (1863–1921), and various wills indexes and registers.

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