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:   

Canadian Genealogy

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21 & 22
Researching Canadian ancestors from the UK? An experienced genealogist from Canada will be at stand 100 to help with your questions. Provided in sponsorship with the Ontario Genealogical Society.

Cats Protection

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Cats Protection is the UK's leading feline welfare charity. Sponsoring a Pen provides a lifeline for abandoned and unwanted cats and is a wonderfully simple way to show you care.

Cambridge Family History Society

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11 & 12

CFHS has transcriptions of over four and an half million records from parish, court, medical and other sources - all categorised, searchable and available as CDs or Downloads from the website. 

Cancer Research UK

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Learn about the work of our scientists, understanding basic research - hear about the amazing impact they have had and how legacy gifts will help to save lives for generations to come. 

Canal & River Trust: The Waterways Archive

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The Waterways Archive, looked after by Canal & River Trust, is the single biggest gathering of historic records relating to Britain's inland waterways and is a treasure chest for anyone with waterways' ancestors. 

Caribbean Family History Group

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Assistance with Caribbean family history queries. We aim to provide answers directly or source information for later notification. Selling Caribbean family history books/booklets/materials. 

Coventry Family History Society

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48 & 49

Coventry FHS offer advice to researchers of family history with transcribed records of coventry ancestors available at monthly meetings through the bookshop or online via the website