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The family history website Find My Past has published the records of over half a million men who served in the British militia, the precursor to the UK’s Territorial Army. The Militia Service Records, covering 1806 to 1915, have been made available online for the first time to coincide with British Armed Forces Day.
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S&N Genealogy’s website The Genealogist has added several collections of military records.

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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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