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Archive for June, 2010

The lives of hundreds of thousands of eighteenth-century Londoners have been brought to life by a unique online resource, which was made available to the public today. London Lives provides access to the largest set of handwritten manuscripts ever posted on the Internet.

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The subscription and pay-per-view website Ancestry.co.uk has added two more military databases to its collections.

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National Archives Labs

The National Archives (TNA) of the UK has announced that it’s currently developing a number of new and innovative ways of sharing, re-using and accessing its data. TNA says: “The first of these is The National Archives Labs – an area on our website where you are invited to test prototypes, provide feedback and help us to develop further our ideas for exciting online resources.

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The subscription/pay-per-view website Find My Past is introducing a fully-searchable birth index.

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Information from Cheshire workhouse records has now been made available online. (more…)

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Here’s a special offer from Find My Past for all family historians who don’t want to watch the World Cup.

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The 1922 electoral register for the whole of Birmingham has recently been made available online.

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