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Filling the Gaps with PERSI, a Findmypast webinar on August 26

NYG&B members who have registered for their free Findmypast account are invited to enjoy a free monthly webinar and other benefits offered through the Findmypast First program. 109 more words

Online Resources

Attempted Murder in Halton? The Peverse Joy of Old Newspapers

I make no apologies to returning to newspapers again. They are a fantastic family history resource. This is another fabulous FindmyPast newspaper find[1] which relates to my family. 773 more words

Family History

Finding New Record Collections at Ancestry.com and FindMyPast

Family History is not a dead subject . . .   there is so much new material becoming available almost  every week!

How can you tell what is new at Ancestry.com?   485 more words


New Search at FindMyPast

I went to do some research this past week and noticed that the Search at FindMyPast has changed!  – and for the better I think!  I don’t know when it was changed!!! 533 more words


The next big thing?

The recent announcement that Findmypast and The National Archives http://www.findmypast.co.uk/1939register
are making available the National Registration Act 1939 ‘census’ is very exciting.  This Act led to the population of Britain being issued with identity cards as the second World War got underway. 307 more words

Free access for NYG&B members to Findmypast.com’s United States and Canadian Collections starts today

The NYG&B has partnered with Findmypast to significantly improve and expand the digital resources available to NYG&B members. Free access for NYG&B Members to U.S. and Canadian Collections on Findmypast.com begins on June 1. 202 more words


Family History

My Grandparents are two very special people in my life, and I would do anything to make them happy. Unfortunately, my Grandfather has survived these 85 years without knowing anything about his own family history; he knew his mother and father, and that was all. 254 more words