Category Archives: Croudace

Release of 1939 Register for England and Wales

The recent release of the 1939 Register has brought fresh excitement to British researchers. This is one of the most important documents created for twentieth century British research, because the 1931 census was destroyed during the war, and the 1941 … Continue reading

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Remembrance Sunday – Soldiers Who Died in World War One

Today is Remembrance Sunday, the second Sunday in November each year. It is the day originally to remember all those who died in World War One. Following is a list of my own relatives on my family tree who I … Continue reading

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Searching “Soldiers Died in the Great War”

Soldiers Died in the Great War and Officers Died in the Great War are two sources to use for those who died during the war, after one has done a search of the Commonwealth War Grave Commission site, explained in … Continue reading

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WWI – Finding the Dead – Commonwealth War Graves Commission part 1

I said in an earlier posting that this year I was going to have a special focus on World War One research. I have had a couple of postings mentioning new resources, but now I want to start explaining how … Continue reading

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