Explore family records you won’t find elsewhere – FindMyPast Fridays November 13, 2020

I checked last night and saw it posted. It usually shows up Thursday or Friday at  https://www.findmypast.com/blog/newI shortened it a bit.

Here’s the direct link – Explore family records you won’t find elsewhere https://www.findmypast.com/blog/new/unique-wartime-records

Niall Cullen 13 November 2020

We’ve just released unique wartime records and added to our Yorkshire collections.


Where will your past take you this Findmypast Friday? Here’s everything you need to know about our latest releases.

This week marks the 80th anniversary of the Coventry Blitz. These records list the casualties’ names, their addresses and more.


We’ve added more records to this important collection. Discover the names of injured soldiers, their military details and where they were treated.


We’ve released over 17,000 more Yorkshire school records. This latest tranche comes to us from our partners in Calderdale Family History Society and covers the following schools from their area:


Unique to Findmypast, over 6,000 new baptism records from St Simon’s Church, Sheffield are now available to search.


Over 4,600 more church records from the West Riding of Yorkshire round off our new releases from ‘God’s Own County’. 




For Remembrance Day this week, we’ve been preserving the legacies of the heroes who secured our future on social media. Use #RememberTheirStories to share your stories and discoveries with us.


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