Saturday, November 14, 2015


Here's the Findmypast Friday records releases for 13Nov 2015, with this week's releases
devoted to WW1 in commemoration of the end of the war:   

Commemorate the sacrifices made by members of your family this Findmypast Friday with a brand new global collection of WW1 military records. Explore memorial rolls containing detailed biographies and even photographic portraits! Plus, we've added conscription tribunal records, army pensions and soldier settlements to help you discover how the lives of your relatives were altered forever by one of history's bloodiest conflicts....

We've released millions of new WW1 records including:

Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933
Discover if your military ancestors' pension was ever paid out and who to. Find out their next of kin, when they died and details of their service.
Uncover the loved ones your WW1 ancestor left behind »

Surrey, Military Tribunals, 1915-1918
Find out if anyone in your family was exempt from conscription by exploring the registers and letter books of four military tribunals in the English county of Surrey.
Was your ancestor too important to send to war? »

British Army, Lloyds of London Memorial Roll 1914-1919
Uncover the records and photographs of Lloyd's of London employees who died during the First World War to discover their rank, regiment and the awards they received.
See the faces of a lost generation »

London Stock Exchange Memorial Roll, 1914-1918
Explore biographies and testimonies from fellow soldiers relating to male and female employees of the London Stock Exchange who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Read heartfelt tributes to fallen comrades »

If you have any Great War stories or other family history discoveries you'd like to share, get in touch here. We'd love to hear from you!
Have a great weekend,
Alex, Editor

You can see fuller descriptions of each collection here at Findmypast.

 Full disclosure: I am a member of the Findmypast Ambassador Program which includes a
complimentary one year world subscription to Findmypast and a Findmypast First membership.

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