I acquired this from Findmypast this morning:
With new British Military and English parish data, superb household discoveries await this Findmypast Friday. And in case you missed it, over 1,000,000 newspaper pages at the moment are FREE to discover.
British Army, Royal Engineers 1900-1949
Findmypast have accomplished this assortment with over 130,000 new tracer card data, nearly all of which cowl personnel who served World War 2.
Every document consists of a picture of the unique tracer card or playing cards documenting a soldier’s actions inside and between regiments. Most males have one card however some have a number of, with textual content on each the face of the cardboard and the reverse.
The quantity of data listed varies, however all data embrace the person’s first title/s, final title and military quantity. Many males even have their date of enlistment and or date of beginning included.
Service data for males who served with the Royal Engineers, and certainly with all corps from 1920, are nonetheless with the MoD. Tracer playing cards basically present a headline abstract of service by which a person’s actions might be tracked.
Findmypast has additional expanded this must-search navy useful resource over 6,000 new Chelsea Pensioners’ discharge paperwork.
These discharge papers are a few of the oldest data out there inside this huge assortment, permitting you to hint your navy ancestor’s life and profession approach again to the 18th century. Together with each transcripts and pictures, they document the servicemen’s beginning place, the size of service, and why the soldier was discharged.
Essex Parish Records
In partnership with Waltham Forest Household Historical past Society, Findmypast has additionally added over 43,000 new transcripts to their present Essex baptism and burial collections.
These newest baptism records cowl the parishes of:
- Leytonstone, Holy Trinity, 1825-1907
- Waltham Abbey, Waltham Abbey & Leyton Wesleyan Circuit, 1803-1837
- Walthamstow, Marsh Avenue Congregational Church, 1787-1837
- Walthamstow, St Peter-in-the-Forest, 1844-1916
Whereas the burial records come from:
- Chingford, St Peter & St Paul, 1813-1963
- Excessive Seashore, Holy Innocents, 1884-1985
- Leyton, St Mary the Virgin, 1813-1984
- Leytonstone, St John the Baptist, 1834-1979
- Waltham Abbey, Paradise Row Baptist Churchyard, 1825-1857
- Waltham Abbey, Waltham Holy Cross, 1813-1878
- Walthamstow, St Mary, 1813-1979
- Walthamstow, St Peter-in-the-Forest, 1845-1949
Baptism and burial data are important for leaping again by the generations and increasing your family tree. Uncover your Essex connections in these latest additions.
13 new titles have joined Findmypast’s ever increasing newspaper archive, together with:
- Athletic Chat overlaying 1900-1901, 1903 and 1905-1909
- Berthold’s Political Handkerchief overlaying 1831
- Boxing World and Mirror of Life overlaying 1894-1904 and 1907-1924
- Brief overlaying 1877-1878 and 1880-1882
- British Mercury or Wednesday Evening Post overlaying 1806-1812, 1814, 1818-1821, and 1823-1825
- Cape and Natal News overlaying 1858-1870 and 1879
- Fonetic Nuz overlaying 1849
- Golf overlaying 1891, 1894-1895, 1897 and 1899
- Labour Pioneer (Cardiff) overlaying 1900
- Pilot (London) overlaying 1808-1813
- Representative overlaying 1826
- Weekly Times (London) overlaying 1832
- Whitehall Evening Post overlaying 1801
Whereas extra pages have been added to the next 22 publications:
- Cavan Weekly News and General Advertiser from 1893
- Constitution (London) from 1820-1823
- Crewe Chronicle from 1888
- Croydon Observer from 1863
- Dundalk Herald from 1882
- Hampshire Advertiser from 1923-1934
- Instructor and Select Weekly Advertiser from 1809
- Kilrush Herald and Kilkee Gazette from 1900
- Larne Reporter and Northern Counties Advertiser from 1873
- London Moderator and National Adviser from 1814 and 1820-1823
- Lowestoft Journal from 1913
- Manchester Daily Examiner & Times from 1872
- Northern Weekly Gazette from 1911 and 1917
- Pontefract Advertiser from 1874 and 1897
- Saffron Walden Weekly News from 1890 and 1990-1992
- Sleaford Gazette from 1888
- Sligo Chronicle from 1856
- Standard of Freedom from 1848-1849
- Tailor & Cutter from 1889 and 1911
- Weekly Free Press and Aberdeen Herald from 1891
- Wisbech Chronicle, General Advertiser and Lynn News from 1888
- Wooler’s British Gazette from 1820-1823
- Over one million FREE newspaper pages
In case you missed the massive announcement earlier this week, in partnership with the British Library, Findmypast have revamped 1,000,000 newspaper pages utterly free to look and discover.
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