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Archive for December, 2010

Here’s my choice of 2010′s most interesting new and updated websites (and a few other items) for British and Irish family history.

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The official Scottish family history website ScotlandsPeople has provided the following news:

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The subscription website The Genealogist has added parish records for Shropshire, Devon and Worcestershire, as well as marriage transcriptions and Roll of Honour records.

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Start Your Family Tree Week runs from 26 December 2010 until 1 January 2011.

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The probate catalogue of Durham University’s North East Inheritance (NEI) Project is now online. The project aims to put online wills proved and administrations granted in the Diocese of Durham (covering County Durham, Northumberland and parts of Cumberland and the North Riding of Yorkshire) up to 1858.

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An index of wills proved at 16 church courts has recently been made available online.

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The complete 1911 census of England and Wales is now available on Genes Reunited.

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An additional four volumes of the Victoria County History of Somerset have been made available online.

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Summaries of the 1911 census have recently been added to the Ancestry websites.

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Burial and cremation records dating from 1854 for the boroughs of Islington and Camden in central north London are now on Deceased Online.

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