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A large collection of British Naval and Marine fatalities in the First World War has recently been made available online.

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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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Findmypast.co.uk has added 341,888 new records and 1,928,868 images to its Chelsea Pensioners British Army Service Records collection for the period 1901-1913.

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The subscription/pay-per-view site Find My Past has just added 184,650 records and 1,003,794 images to its Chelsea Pensioners collection for the period 1760-1854. This brings the total numbers of Chelsea Pensioner records and images on the site to 691,520 records and 4,200,729 images.

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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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FamilyRelatives has issued the following news release:

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Records of 75,000 men on the Royal Marine Medal Roll have been made available online.

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A survey of men in Perth, Scotland liable to serve in the militia has just become available online.

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The first tranche of Chelsea Pensioners’ British Army service records 1760-1913 have just been made available online.

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The subscription/pay-per-view website Find My Past has announced its plans for 2010.

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