November 11, 2012

New Military Records released online

Military Records and Newsletter




October 10, 2012

Who do you think you are? 

Tonight BBC1 9.00 PM Featuring Actress Celia Imrie.

Actress Celia Imrie uncovers tales ranging from political intrigue to impotence.

More information on this Series and past programmes;







August 16, 2012


WHAT'S NEW - You will see many New website changes are taking place to celebrate the re-design take advantage of our SPECIAL OFFER Annual Subscription WAS £30 NOW £20 SPECIAL OFFER

Many more changes are also on the way, please visit the website soon


Welcome to our Newsletter

This week sees the exciting re-launch of our upgraded and much improved Familyrelatives website -
which is in Beta testing.  

It is packed with many new features and information to help you discover even more about your family history. Our new ‘at a glance’ layout will enable you to find records easily, going back to the year 1538.

With over 850 million records from more than a dozen countries including
Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, New Zealand, USA, and the Rest of the World (ROW), we are confident that you will find it useful for filling in those frustrating gaps.

Also remember that you have an enormous and fantastic number of
FREE records at your disposal - over 90 million at the last count.
New look - New Features

Buy a subscription now and view a range of records including Parish Records, Births, Marriages and Deaths, Military, Trade Directories and so much more being added regularly.

For those on a modest budget, Pay Per View allows members to search specific records and we suggest that you view the PPV tab at the top of the main search page to see the latest additions as well as view over 90 million records in the Free Tab.

To celebrate our improved website we’re offering you a great opportunity - Buy 12 Months Subscription for £20.00 and save 33%- that’s an exceptional saving of £10.00 (down from our usual price of £30.00) and matches our best ever discount. Click here to subscribe

We aim to inspire you to start your family history and for those who have already started, we aim to help you refine your research
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Many changes are taking place on and we hope you will like them. The good news is there are many more changes on the way, so look out for these new changes online or in future newsletters.

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August 14, 2012

Who do you think you are? New Series - more>>

A new series of the popular TV family history show starts tomorrow on BBC One at 9:00 pm starting with Samantha Womack the Eastenders actress.

Episode 1 of 10, Who Do You Think You Are?, Series 9

Duration: 1 hour

Classic genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are? returns for its ninth series, delving into the ancestry of some of the UK's best-known faces. The new series sees ten celebrities embark on intense personal journeys to discover their families' pasts.

2012's series witnesses fascinating tales of infidelity, tragedy and adventure. Covering over 400 years of history, the programmes unearth secret telegrams and rare and previously undiscovered documents that bring our celebrities' ancestors to life. The series takes us on an historical rollercoaster of trials and triumphs, political intrigue, guilt, and treasonous plotting.

First up is actress Samantha Womack, best known for playing Ronnie Mitchell in EastEnders. Sam's parents separated when she was young, and she grew up with only a fractured sense of her family history. Sam starts her journey by looking into the military career of her great grandfather, Alexander Cunningham Ryan, to discover whether the rumour that he was gassed during the First World War is true. However, the story quickly takes an astonishing turn as Sam discovers a puzzling discrepancy in Alexander's military record. As Sam investigates further, she uncovers the shocking truth and finds out how her great grandfather destroyed his military career. More information





July 3, 2012

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Who do you think you are? and Heir Hunters TV repeats available on BBC iplayer May 2012

With the interest in the popular TV series Who do you think you are and Heir hunters many of these programmes a repeated on TV. However if you missed them you can always watch these again online. These can be watched online using the BBC iplayer, simply download the iplayer viewer and watch the programme you want. To find out more on how to do this select one of the following links;

Who do you think you are? -

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Heir Hunters -

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