Friday, 1 October 2010

More military records from FindmyPast

As revealed on this blog a couple of weeks back in an interview with Amy Sell, FindmyPast's marketing executive, the website (www.findmypast.co.uk) was on the point of releasing further military collections beyond the Chelsea Pension records which have just been completed. Well, they just went online!

From the FMP blog:

We have just published five fantastic new military record collections on findmypast.co.uk which comprise 482,879 records.

See below for details of each set of records and for more information about each of the collections:

WWII Prisoners of War - 104,838

Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations - 24,928

Ireland’s Memorial Records of the Great War - 49,602

Register of the Second Anglo-Boer War - 259,581

WWI Naval Casualties - 43,930


Full details on the blog post at http://blog.findmypast.co.uk/2010/10/five-new-military-collections-just-launched-over-480000-new-records/?utm_source=FB&utm_content=011010&utm_campaign=Fivemilitarycollections

Chris


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