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Familyrelatives.com Military POW Newsletter November 2012

Familyrelatives.com remembers the fallen with New Military Records

Familyrelatives.com releases three new military datasets for the first time containing lists of more than 35,000 British and Dominion Officers who were killed or captured during the Great War. We are proud to have added the following to our website:

British Officers Prisoners of War 1914-1918

Officers Died in the Great War 1914-1919

The Bond of Sacrifice - A Biographical Record of British Officers Who Fell in the Great War

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Familyrelatives.com 2012 Oct Discovering Nuggets of Gold

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Familyrelatives ring new changes with the release of Telephone Directories from Africa and the Caribbean.
Familyrelatives.com Rest of the World Records

 

THESE RECORDS ARE AVAILABLE UNDER THE ROW - REST OF THE WORLD COLLECTION TAB ON THE SEARCH PAGE

Discovering Nuggets of Gold

 Are telephone directories just about numbers or are they a window into the past?  If we take a closer look they reveal so much that is interesting from a historical aspect.

Familyrelatives is delighted to add some truly unique records to our expanding collection and existing 850 million records. We have added over 200,000 records in a number of directories which are from our Rest of the World Collection providing some fascinating insights.


 

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Familyrelatives.com SUMMER SPECIAL OFFER

Summer Offer 2012 This page has now moved please click here 

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Familyrelatives.com 2011 November 20,000,000 Military Records


Familyrelatives.com remembers
fallen with 20 Million Records

Armistice Day also known as Remembrance Day is on November 11 and commemorates the armistice signed between the Allied Forces and Germany for the cessation of hostilities on the western Front which took place at eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918.

It was said at the time that World War I was the war to end all wars, sadly every decade of the 20th century has seen conflicts since.
 

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Familyrelatives.com New Early 19th Century Records Added

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How are Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde and the Regent Bridge connected?

Familyrelatives.com adds Scottish Trade Directories dating back 185 years.
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Familyrelatives.com Who's Who & National Biography Familyrelatives.com Newsletter

 Who's Who & National Biography collection Familyrelatives.com February 2011 Newsletter
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We thought you would like to know that Familyrelatives.com is one of the fastest growing Family History websites for amateur genealogists and professional family historians alike where 750 million records are available to search.

At £30 for a 12 month subscription Familyrelatives.com is also one of the most cost effective ways of researching you family history. Why not have a look at what you can search:
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Familyrelatives.com Post Office Records Newsletter

Familyrelatives.com is proud to announce the addition of 1,000,000 New Post Office & Trade Directories.

NEWSLETTER November 2010 - Familyrelatives.com today announced the release of over 1 million Post Office records. The exciting new collection is set to grow over the coming months and will prove to be an extremely valuable resource and complement the existing Trade Directories, allowing them to be used side by side. The Post Office collection is, in effect, a Victorian version of today's Yellow Pages covering over 25 counties and major cities of Great Britain spanning nearly a century during Britain 's most prosperous years.

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Familyrelatives.com Royal Navy Records Newsletter

 

Royal Navy Records Newsletter Familyrelatives.com  

Familyrelatives.com is proud to announce the addition of 2,000,000 New Navy Records spanning over 160 years.

NEWSLETTER July 2010 - The records of commissioned officers of the Royal Navy dating back 163 years have been published online for the first time by Familyrelatives.com

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Familyrelatives.com Military Collection Newsletter November 2009

 

1 Million New Military Records added to Familyrelatives.com - Newsletter November 2009

From Wellington to General Gordon of Khartoum

From Waterloo to the Charge of the Light Brigade to the Great War

Familyrelatives.com is proud to announce the addition of 1,000,000 New Military Records spanning over 100 years.

This autumn marks the 201st anniversary of the beginning of the Peninsular War and to commemorate, the event Familyrelatives.com has added over 1 million army records covering a broad range from 1808 through to De Ruvigny's biographical record of World War I soldiers.

 

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Familyrelatives.com Military Collection Newsletter

 

New military collection released online commemorates the 90th Anniversary of First World War I

 Military Collection Newsletter on Familyrelatives.com - November 2008 Poppy field Familyrelatives.comIn commemoration of the 90th anniversary since the end of the First World War Familyrelatives.com is proud to announce the release of a new military collection online today. November 2008

The Artists Rifles Roll of Honour, the Anzac Roll of Honour and the New Zealand Roll of Honour as well as the Waterloo Roll call, Commissioned Sea Officers of the Royal Navy 1660-1815 and the British Naval Biographical Dictionary 1849, all form part of the new collection.

The Artists Rifles was formed in 1859 as part of the great Volunteer Corps. It comprised various professional painters, sculptors, engravers, musicians, architects and actors raised to defend the British Isles from a French invasion. The regiment became part of the Corps of the Rifle Brigade which was subsequently transformed into the famous 21 Special Air Service Regiment S.A.S (Artists Reserve).

 

 
     
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Familyrelatives.com Irish Collection Newsletter

Ireland Records - Its never been easier to search
 Newsletter October 2008
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New Website in Beta

Why Beta? Well because we think that we can always improve, from the quality and range of the historical records to your experience and interaction on our website with our emphasis on ease of use and lower cost.

We have many changes to come on Familyrelatives.com over the next few months from Calendar’s to Photo Albums, to Family Tree software, to Family & Friend inclusion and we would love your feedback and interaction.