The Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) commemorates 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who died in the two world wars. Established by Royal Charter in 1917, we care for their graves and memorials at 23,000 locations, in 154 countries.   Discover your family’s wartime past by searching our website at or visit us on stand 332 to start your journey.   Download our War Graves App – the indispensable free tool to visiting our cemeteries and memorials worldwide:   

The Dig for Victory Show

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The Dig For Victory Show is a fantastic 1940’s themed family festival held in the beautiful North Somerset countryside. We aim to bring history alive and the generations together for a weekend of learning, remembrance and fun! 


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ScotlandsPeople is the internationally respected Scottish family history search service and website, owned by the National Records of Scotland (NRS). Visit our stand and make an appointment with NRS colleagues for advice of how to navigate your Scottish family history. Remember, it’s free to search our indexes. 


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#AncestryHour is the most valuable #hashtag on the internet for #familyhistory & #genealogy. Meet, exchange, ask, and promote or simply just chat anything and everything family history. #AncestryHour reaches an international ancestral community 24/7, 365 days a year and hosts live get-togethers on Twitter every Tuesday at 7pm GMT. Run by real people who are professionals in the industry, #AncestryHour is all about YOU. We simply help to connect you to the right people in the right places. From top professionals to amateur beginners, everyone is made welcome.

National Records of Scotland

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NRS is Scotland’s official body for the collection, preservation and production of information about Scotland's people and history.

As part of NRS, ScotlandsPeople is the internationally respected family history search service and website. Visit our stand and make an appointment with NRS colleagues for advice of how to navigate your Scottish family history. Remember, it’s free to search our indexes. 


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TheGenealogist will quickly unlock the lives of your ancestors with its simple to use and powerful all-in-one MasterSearch, giving you the most relevant results. With a huge variety of records, resources and unique tools, if you want to discover your roots then this leading British family history research website is the one to use. Visit our stand by the entrance for fantastic special offers and subscription packs. Search smarter with TheGenealogist! 

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Genealogy Supplies (Jersey) Ltd PO Box 530 Jersey JE4 8XX
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01722 717006
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250 & 252

Welcome to WDYTYA? Live 2017. We are excited to return this year as the show’s principal sponsor. In 2017 we are bringing exciting new developments to AncestryDNA to help you unlock even more fascinating details in your family history. Visit us on stands 250 and 252 for exclusive discounts and to find out more!


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TABLES 63-65

At Stands 63-65, Hampshire Genealogical Society’s friendly and knowledgeable team are here to help you. See WHAT‘S NEW: Hampshire Baptisms CD 1841-75, plus NEW Village Booklets. Also take advantage of ‘on-the-spot’ research with Hampshire ‘Look-Ups’, and browse and buy our range of HGS Publications and genealogical and local history books.


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TABLES 91-93

Representatives from the East Anglian Group will be available to answer any questions about family history research in the eastern counties. The EAG covers Cambridgeshire, Essex, Felixstowe, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, Northamptonshire, Peterborough, Royston, Romany & Travellers and Suffolk Family History Societies.


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TABLES 105-108

We are THE Family History Society for South London, covering Croydon, Kingston, Lambeth, Merton, Richmond, Southwark, Sutton and Wandsworth, and all historic East Surrey. Visit our helpdesk for expert advice and browse our bookstall for our own publications, old maps and lots of local history books, including many new titles.