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Over 1.1 million War Office records covering Officers and Nurses and Other Ranks. These lists cover individuals reported as killed in action, wounded, prisoner of war, missing, died of wounds, missing believed killed, dangerously ill, and involved in accidents.
Released in association with the National Archives, the collection is comprised of daily lists prepared by the War Office. The records consist of fully searchable transcripts and scanned colour images of the original documents. Each entry lists the person’s name, rank, service number, regiment, status, and previous theatre of war. The image may also provide additional information such as a date of death or a notation on their previous status.
Browse 102 volumes of casualty lists covering various World War 2 expeditionary forces broken down into different locations such as western desert, Malaya, Greece or France, as well as lists of casualties at sea, home and other overseas stations outside of theatres of war.
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United States, Transatlantic Migration contains over 30,000 records that allow you to learn about your migrating ancestors from England, Scotland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, and France. Discover details about their migration to Canada and the United States from the late 1500s up to the early 1900s. The publications included in this collection can reveal vital information about your ancestors, such as birth countries, when and where they emigrated, ages, occupations, and details regarding spouses and children.
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Over 19,000 records have been added to the New Zealand Birth Index. Transcripts will reveal your ancestor’s name, birth year the first names of their both parents and registration number. Post 1912 records may also include a stillbirth indicator.
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