Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

7/11/2010

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Our relatives who bravely served their country made sacrifices most of us can never fully comprehend. It’s vital these sacrifices are never forgotten. That’s why, for Remembrance Week (7th-14th November), we’re helping all of you learn about the war heroes in your family, by making our most popular military records absolutely free for seven days.

Free military records
From 7th-14th November, you can track down your relatives in our three most-used military collections, without paying a penny:

British Army WWI Service Records, 1914–1920
Uncover the complete military careers of your brave relatives who either died during World War I, or remained in service until the end of the War. Search now

British Army WWI Pension Records, 1914-1920
Delve into the lives and service of your heroes who received injuries and were discharged during the War. Search now

All WW1 Medal images courtesy of Medal Yearbook, Token Publishing
British Army WWI Medal Rolls Index Cards, 1914-1920
Learn more about your relatives’ incredible deeds, and the places where they served, from the medals they earned.Search now

Crucial new collections
On 9th November, we’re launching three crucial new military collections. These comprehensive records reveal your brave relatives’ proudest moments, on land and at sea, across three centuries. Find out more about our new collections from the 9th November.

Get started with our free records, then try a 14-day free trial* to learn more about your family’s heroes.

Supporting the Poppy Appeal
We’re proud to be contributing to the Poppy Appeal this year. Run by
The Royal British Legion, the Appeal raises money for ex-Service
men and women and their families, and is a key part of Remembrance
Week. If you can, we urge you to also support this worthy cause.

Never forget your family’s heroes,
The Ancestry.co.uk team

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