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All these resources for British genealogy are at your ngertips, if you just know where to look. We’ve picked 29 key websites with digitized records, indexes, how-to guides, maps and more. They’re all potential brick wall-busters, and many are free. Must-visit “megasites” with a broad variety of resources are listed rst, followed by websites listed by record type. A $ indicates that access to a signicant portion of the site’s features and historical records of the site requires a payment.
Uploaded: 11 October 2020
Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
Includes handwriting for Fraktur, Sutterlin, Kurrent, and Old styles. Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
Ethnic German designations. Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
Includes German words for dates, family relationships, numbers, essential Term, and nobility. Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
All Scots can claim a tartan based on factors such as a clan or the place an ancestor worked or lived—your task is figuring out which one best fits you.
Uploaded: 11 October 2020
Most emigrants left during the height of the Austro-Hungarian Empire - when Hungary encompassed part of several other modern Eastern European countries. This table lists counties in Hungary's jurisdiction in that period (1867-1918), along with known language variants, their capitals, and the countries they're in now, to help you identify where to look for records. Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine (2020)
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
This resource pack from 2016 was made possible with assistance from Ireland 2016, IrishGenealogy.ie, the National Archives of Ireland and the Department of the Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht. For more information on this workbook and the National Archives educational work please visit — www.irishgenealogy.ie/2016familyhistory | Written & Compiled by John Grenham | Designed by Zero-G.ie | All photography courtesy of The National Library of Ireland & The National Archives of Ireland.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020
Irish Linen Trade Handbook and Directory
Uploaded: 20 September 2020
Includes Spanish words for family relationships, numbers, and dates. Courtesy of Family Tree Magazine.
Uploaded: 19 November 2020