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They're offering 2 free weeks of access to billions of records, as well as a full suite of tools to help you easily improve your research.8.
We’ve used and recommended the US National Archives many times before, but hadn’t tried this section until recently. Danish Family Search: Free Danish family history site with church books, censuses, school protocols, military conscription rolls and the police registration archive. Genealogy Trails: A very large and eclectic collection of transcribed family history, and general history, data created by a group of volunteers. Families in British India Society: More than 1 million searchable names of those who lived in British India, as well as a wiki, image gallery and more.
Membership is offered, but access to records is free.5.
Remember that you can always right-click in Google Chrome to translate a page, install an extension to your browser to help translate, or use Google Translate for help deciphering a record.
However, for truly accurate translations you’ll need human help. Access to Archival Databases: This section of the US National Archives contains more than 50 million searchable records for civilians (including vast immigration records), military personnel, prisoners of war and more.
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Distant Cousin: A free online archive of more than 10 million genealogy records from a wide variety of sources, such as newspaper obituaries, city directories, school yearbooks, military records, and others.Parts of the site can be viewed in Norwegian or English.6.Papers Past: More than 3 million pages of digitized New Zealand newspapers and periodicals.Commonwealth War Graves Commission: The Commonwealth War Graves Commission ensures that 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten.They care for and have free records online for cemeteries and memorials at 23,000 locations, in 154 countries.14. Passenger List Indexing Project: This project was carried out by the Nanaimo Family History Society of British Columbia and they have recorded 757, 749 passengers from to going to Montreal and Quebec City.Some records require a free login and others link to external data (some paid, some free). Dawes Rolls: Think one of your ancestors may have been a member of one of the five civilized tribes (Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, or Seminole)?