Links for Military Records

Many of the general pay-per-view websites such as FindMyPast, Ancestry and The Genealogist include information on military sources, in addition to the specialist links in the list below.

  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Provides service details and places of commemoration for those who died whilst serving with Commonwealth forces during the First and Second World Wars.
  • Military-Genealogy.Com: Includes access to Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919 and the Army Roll of Honour 1939-1945, among others.
  • National Army Museum: Includes reference collections for the history of the British Army.
  • National Maritime Museum: Includes reference collections for all aspects of naval and general maritime history.
  • Royal Naval Museum: Includes reference collections for the history of the Royal Navy.
  • Royal Air Force Museum: Royal Air Force Museum for RAF information.
  • Imperial War Museum: Includes artefacts, documents and photograph collections for the wars of the 20th Century.
  • Naval Records: An ongoing project that aims to collect biographical information on those associated with the Royal Navy since 1660. Freely searchable by individual,ship or place. Charges apply for further data.
  • Regiments.org: Brief details of the history of units and formations, battle honours, campaign medals, army traditions, etc.
  • Western Front Association: The aim of the association is to educate the public in the history of The Great War with particular reference to the Western Front.
  • First World War.Com: A site providing a wide range of background material to all aspects of The Great War, including maps, memoirs and other documentary material.
  • The Long, Long Trail: A site which aims to present the facts of the British Army in the First World War. Includes advice on how to carry out research on those who served.



Society news

Next Meeting

Our next meeting will be held on Thursday 18th April 2019 at St. John's Centre, Isleworth. Doors open at 7.15 pm. The focus of the meeting will be a talk by Judy Hill titled Misdoings and Misdemeanours (The Life of the Victorian Housemaid).

Next Fair

The next fair we will be attending is Family Tree Live at Alexandra Palace on 26/27th April 2019.

Next Advice Session

Our next Advice Session will be held at Feltham Library on Saturday 18th May from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.


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Recent updates

22-March-2019

Contacts page amended post-AGM.

22-March-2019

New image (and tip) of the month.

21-March-2019

A new page titled Newspapers has been added under the Research tab.

11-March-2019

A new page titled DNA Testing has been added under the Research tab.

9-March-2019

Committee minutes for January 2019 added to Members Area.

8-March-2019

The Fairs page has been updated.

26-February-2019

See Baptisms Search. 7,400 baptisms have been added for All Saints, Isleworth 1784-1807 and 1852-1890.


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