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Websites To Help With Researching Italian Ancestors

Websites To Help With Researching Italian Ancestors

Below are three great websites that can help with all of your Italian research. 1 – Antenati “The Portale Antenati (Ancestors Portal) – promoted and sponsored by the Direzione Generale per gli Archivi (Italian National Archives) – was born out of the necessity to make available the huge treasure of documents that are stored in the State Archives, not only for the purposes of genealogical research, of recreating the history of families and individuals, but also to contribute to the…

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How To Find Out About A British WWI Veteran In Your Tree

How To Find Out About A British WWI Veteran In Your Tree

Almost everyone will have someone in their tree that fought during the First World War (Or Great War). Naturally people we love finding these ancestors as it tends to fill us with a massive sense of national pride. Especially on Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom.¬†Finding more out about these ancestors can be challenging but if you know the right places to look you can get a lot of information if you’re lucky. Service Records (National Archives Link & Ancestry…

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