ancestry.co.ukWith a UK subscription you can search the UK Census from 1841 to 1911: explore birth, marriage and death records over many centuries, from Parish Records and Records from the General Records Office, and much, much more.
familysearch.orgFamily Search contains quite possibly the biggest repositry of genealogical data on earth. You can register and search billions of records with the option to download copies of original images relating to family history.
findmypast.co.ukFind My Past is a Family History Website specially attuned for genealogical research in the United Kingdom. All the UK census records are available along with Scottish census to 1901, and a host of other research databases.
freebmd.org.ukFree BMD is a non-profit organisation, which provides an excellent search database for Births, Marriages and Deaths, in a very user-friendly presentation. FreeCen for Census, and FreeReg for Parish Registers, are available but in development.
lostcousins.comLostCousins is the ONLY family history website able to match you with others researching the same ancestors.
genesreunited.comSearch over 550 million records. Upload and build your tree. Search for photographs. Search for help and look for answers on the message board.
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National ArchivesThe National Archives is a government department and an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice. We incorporate the Office of Public Sector Information and Her Majesty's Stationery Office. We also perform the Historical Manuscripts Commission's functions in relation to private records. As the government's national archive for England, Wales and the United Kingdom, we hold over 1,000 years of the nation's records for everyone to discover and use.
Commonwealth War Graves CommissionThe Commonwealth War Graves Commission ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten. We care for cemeteries and memorials at 23,000 locations, in 153 countries. Our values and aims, laid out in 1917, are as relevant now as they were almost 100 years ago.
Army Museums & RegimentsThe Army Museums Ogilby Trust is the only national organisation that represents, supports and promotes the regimental and corps museums of the British Army. As an independent private charity it relies entirely on its own resources and the generosity of others to fund its work.
Victoria CrossThe Victoria Cross came into existence by Queen Victoria signing the Royal Warrant instigating the award on the 29th January 1856, and then approving a specimen Victoria Cross on 3rd March of the same year. You will find a list of all awarded Victoria Crosses here.
USA National Genelogical Society
USA National Archives & Records Service
USA Immigrant Genealogy Society
CANADA National Archives of Canada
CANADA National Library of Canada
AUSTRALIA Society of Australian Genealogists
AUSTRALIA National Archives of Austrailia
SOUTH AFRICA Genealogical Society of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA National Archives of South Africa
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