Monthly Archives: April 2014

WWI Soldiers – Online Records – pt 2 case study Albert William Alfred Milner

British Army WWI Service Records – “Burnt Series” – Case Study Albert Milner The British Army WWI Service Records, the “Burnt Series” are in WO363. A little of the history behind this series was described in the last post. Here … Continue reading

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WWI Soldiers – Online Records – pt1 Introduction

World War One Soldier’s Records The easiest way to access the records that have survived for WWI soldiers (not officers) is on Ancestry.com. There are two collections entitled – British Army WWI Service Records 1914-1920 and British Army WWI Pension … Continue reading

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Book Review: Counting People – A DIY Manual for Local and Family Historians by John S. More

Counting People: A DIY Manual for Local and Family Historians. By John S. Moore. Published by Oxbow Books, Oxford, UK www.oxbowbooks.com. ₤17.95. US Distributor: Casemate Academic, 908 Darby Road, Havertown PA 19083. www.casemateacademic.com. $35. xii, 247 pp. Index. Softcover. The … Continue reading

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