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

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An index of civil wills for the Forest of Dean area, which were granted probate in Gloucester between 1858 and 1941 is being made available online free of charge.

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The Genealogist adds PCC wills

More English and Welsh wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (PCC) have been added to The Genealogist subscription website.

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Digitised Welsh wills go online

The National Library of Wales has made digital images available online of most wills proved in Wales.

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Lincoln wills go online

Transcribed wills for the historic county are now live.

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More York probate records have been added to the Prerogative & Exchequer Courts of York Probate Index.

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The Isle of Man is due to get a new Manx Ancestry Centre next year.

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Irish publisher Eneclann has released several new Archive CD Books relating to England.

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These are the Scottish family history resources that I mention in my talks on tracing your Scottish ancestors using the Internet.

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Wiltshire and Swindon Archives (WSA) have begun charging £5 per testator for access to the digital images of those of its wills and inventories that are accessible online. So far, images for only about a quarter of its catalogue of wills 1540-1858 are available online, but WSA says it intends to increase the number substantially during 2009.

Access to the digital images (on DVD) will continue to be free of charge at Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre in Chippenham.

Alan

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