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The UK’s National Archives (TNA) has put logs and journals of Royal Navy ships on exploration online.

 

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The National Archives (TNA) has made 99,000 Royal Air Force (RAF) officers’ service records available online, which were previously accessible only to visitors to TNA at Kew in Greater London.

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More First World War military records have recently been made available online.

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One of the largest and most complete Rolls of Honor for the US Civil War has been released. This is the first time that all 27 volumes have been made available online.

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The National Archives (TNA) has provided the following update on its digitisation projects;

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Family Relatives is adding the following new databases in January and February:

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The service records of around 110,000 Royal Marines have been made available at The National Archives’ website Documents Online www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline. The records cover the period 1842-1936.

Linda and I took a look to see if we could find the service record of the man we think was her great-grandfather, William Freeth, as we hadn’t been able to trace it at The National Archives at Kew. No such luck! We had found him in one of the Royal Marines’ description books, so at least we do know he was in the Marines. I hope you have more success online than we did.

Alan

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