If you have ancestors who served in WWI, then Lives of the First World War is one resource you should check out. There are over 7 million life stories, more than 158,000 lives remembered, almost 800,000 facts and over 2,500 communities which you can learn from and/or contribute to. Many records are free, but some [...]

The application and report books were a record of those applying for poor relief, kept by the relieving officer. They hold a wealth of detail relating to the applicants, which may include their immediate family, their occupations, addresses, ages and the reasons why they applied for poor relief. Sadly, very few survive for Surrey (with [...]

Dedicated to the miners of Silverwood in South Yorkshire, the site contains an A-Z list of miners who worked at the mine between 1900-1994. You'll also find a lot of extra information related to the history of the mine and the people who worked there. Visit Website

The Trafalgar Roll has been compiled from a long list of the awards made to the seamen who fought in the various Royal Navy ships under the Command of Admiral Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21st October 1805. The names of some 1640 officers and men who served in the various ships [...]

The County Tyrone website had over 1780 genealogy pages including births, marriages, deaths, census, church records, criminal records, graveyard transcriptions, passenger lists, trade directories, photographs and much more. It's a great resource for tracing your County Tyrone ancestors. Visit Website

The National Library of Ireland (NLI) in Dublin has uploaded 373,000 digital images of Catholic parish registers to registers.nli.ie, where they can be accessed completely free of charge. Mainly covering baptisms and marriages, the records – scanned from the NLI’s microfilm copies – reveal details of people across 1,086 parishes between the 1740s and 1880s. [...]

The North East Railways in World War One project has seen a team of volunteers search through the archive at Head of Steam - Darlington Railway Museum and record over 9,000 railway men who enlisted in the First World War. Visit Website

This index to the register of deaths in the County Gaol 1798 – 1878 gives name, age, date of death and occupation. The original register (Ref QS5/4/7/24) also gives the offence and the cause of death (including executions). The records are available for free in a PDF file which you'll need to download. Visit Website

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