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Familyrelatives.com Suffolk (4 vols)

Suffolk Parish Registers, Volume 1

SuffolkParish Registers, Volume 1. These registers contain the Marriage records from the following parishes: Capel St. Mary 1541-1837, Combs 1568-1837, Exning 1558-1812, Great Wenham 1670-1837, Little Wenham 1567-1810, Martlesham 1653-1837, Thrandeston 1560-1837

Edited by: W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L.
Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124 Chancery Lane

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Familyrelatives.com Warwickshire (3 vols)

Warwickshire Parish Registers, Volume 1

Warwickshire Parish Registers, Volume 1. These registers contain the Marriage records from the following parishes: Anstey 1591-1812, Atherstone-On-Stour 1611-1810, Bourton-On-Dunsmore 1560-1813, Butler's Marston 1538-1812, Ettington 1623-1812, Fenny Compton 1627-1811, Honington 1571-1804, Idlicote 1557-1812, Leamington Priors 1704-1812, Long Compton 1608-1812, Priors Hardwick 1662-1812, Temple Grafton 1612-1811, Whitchurch 1562-1812

Edited by: W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L.
Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124 Chancery Lane

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Familyrelatives.com Wiltshire (14 vols)

Wiltshire Parish Registers, Volume 1

Wiltshire Parish Registers, Volume 1. These registers contain the Marriage records from the following parishes: Alderton 1610-1812, Grittleton 1654-1812, Kingston Deverill 1706-1812, Leigh Delamere 1735-1812, Mere 1561-1812, Monkton Deverill 1748-1812, Sherston Magna 1571-1812, Sopworth 1698-1812

Edited by: W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L.
Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124 Chancery Lane

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Familyrelatives.com Yorkshire (4 vols)

Yorkshire West Riding Parish Registers, Volume 1

Yorkshire West Riding Parish Registers, Volume 1. These registers contain the Marriage records from the following parishes: Rotherham 1540-1837

Edited by: W.P.W. Phillimore, M.A., B.C.L.
Issued to the Subscribers by Phillimore & Co., 124 Chancery Lane

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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 What people are saying about Familyrelatives.com

"Familyrelatives.com is a new and different approach to online research which, if the word spreads and if it can increase its coverage, could become your one-stop-shop for all your record and networking needs"

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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 What makes Familyrelatives.com different?


 Why choose Familyrelatives.com and what makes it different

101 Best Web Sites 2009 
The leading US family history magazine for researching Genealogy, has selected Familyrelatives.com for tracking down immigrant ancestors and performing searches, in the 10 Best Websites for International Searches categoryFamily Tree Magazine USA September 2009

 

Your Family Tree Awards 2008
Advanced Records Website of the Year - Your Family Tree selected Familyrelatives.com as Runners-up in this year's category for offering millions of online records at a very good value.
Your Family Tree Magazine December 2008

BBC Who do you think you are? Magazine October 2009
Voted "Best for Unusual Datasets" by a panel of family historians

"Very good content, especially for international searches, with very good links to other databases" Mike Savage, family history novice

"If you have ancestry in the Emerald Isle and want to locate a will, the Familyrelatives.com website is a must" Your Family Tree Magazine November 2009

 

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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
 About Ireland Records  Search Ireland Records  
 
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Familyrelatives.com Case Study 2 - Michael Parkinson

   

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hen you think of chat shows, you think of Michael Parkinson. His name has become a byword for the genre, and the list of guests who have appeared opposite the genial host is stellar. From Hollywood movers and shakers to Prime Ministers, everyone who's anyone queues up to talk shop. His shows have brought us many golden memories, such as his interview with Mohammed Ali where he barely managed to get a word in, or the unforgettable assault by the late Rod Hull and his sidekick Emu. Yet who's there to ask the questions of the host himself? The Family Detective has taken a look at his roots, and reveals some interesting talking points concerning his background.

 

Who is Michael Parkinson related to?

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Familyrelatives.com Case Study 1 - Sean Connery - James Bond

   

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hen people mention the character James Bond, you tend to imagine the face of the actor you saw play the role when you were growing up. Yet for most people, the James Bond is Sean Connery, who defined the role between1962 and 1971, and reprised the role one last time in 1983 in the aptly titled Never Say Never Again. With his lilting Scottish accent he brought style and sophistication to the role, as well as a large dash of charm. To date, his film career spans nearly half a century, from his acting debut in Lilacs in the Spring in 1955, for which he was uncredited. Yet closer examination of his background makes his rise to the top of the film industry even more remarkable given his somewhat humble origins. And, as one of Scotland's greatest sons, there's a surprise lurking deep within the family tree.

 
 
     
     
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Familyrelatives.com Nick Barratt Sticks Research Agency

Sticks Research Agency at the Family History Show 2008 - we are also  delighted to welcome Dr Nick Barratt and his team to the Familyrelatives.com stand, Nick and his team have a wealth of family history knowledge and invaluable problem solving research skills. Dr Nick Barratt and Sticks Research Agency will be hosting a Questions and Answers session on the Familyrelatives.com stand throughout the three days. Visitors should book early a one-to-one session and visit the Familyrelatives.com stand No.432 on the day. Who do you think you are? LIVE Family History Show 2008

Sticks Research Agency (SRA) were the genealogical research team behind such series as;

  • The Triple BAFTA nominated BBC - Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC)

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Familyrelatives.com Familyrelatives.com comparison

 "Familyrelatives.com is a new and different approach to online research which, if the word spreads and if it can increase its coverage, could become your one-stop-shop for all your record and networking needs"

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"Familyrelatives.com offers one of the cheapest annual subscriptions and a great selection of records. For the money, you'd be hard pushed to get your hands on a better bargain than what Familyrelatives.com has to offer"
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Voted "Website of the Week"
By the Editor of Ancestors Magazine

"Familyrelatives.com has developed some new and innovating thinking into Family History. I believe that it is growing into a unique and exciting family history resource for all"
Maggie Loughran, Joint Administrator, Federation of Family History Societies

The Familyrelatives website has long been an essential site for serious family historians. Its excellent search functions place it well ahead of other sites and its new social network and community facility will prove very useful to genealogical societies and individual searchers.
Else Churchill, Society of Genealogists



 

 

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Familyrelatives.com Phillimore Parish Registers online

July 12,
2007

Parish Records - More Records Added

 
 

In addition to the  Parish existing records shown below 

BerkshireParish Registers, Volume 1 & 2 (Complete set)
Buckinghamshire Parish Registers, Volume 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 & 9 (Complete set)
Cambridgeshire Parish Registers, Volume 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 & 9 (Complete set)
Cornwall Parish Registers, Volume 1 & 2 & 3 & 4 & 5 & 6 & 7 & 8 & 9 & 10 & 11 & 12 & 13 & 14 & 15 & 16 & 17 & 18 & 19 & 20 & 21 & 22 & 23 & 24 & 25 & 26 (Complete set)

Complete set means; of the Phillimore Marriage Records

We have also completed the Parish Records for the following counties:

CumberlandParish Registers, Volume 1

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Familyrelatives.com Familyrelatives.org

 

May 2, 2007 

Familyrelatives.org is now Familyrelatives.com

Familyrelatives.com official website re-launched

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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