Apprentice memorial unveiled

The Old Boys Associations of the former Arborfield, Carlisle, Chepstow and Harrogate schools have joined together to plan, design and build a new … [Read more...]

Stromness crew of the “Rachel” remembered

Orkney Islands Council Convener Stephen Hagan travelled to the Faroe Islands to unveil a memorial plaque to twenty sailors from Stromness lost in a … [Read more...]

African Burial Ground – Manhattan

New York's African Burial Ground is the nation's earliest known African and African American cemetery, with an estimated 15,000 men, women and … [Read more...]

Find a Grave in Scotland

Find A Grave in Scotland will help you find the final resting place of a loved one or an ancestor to add to your family tree. Search by Name, Region, … [Read more...]

Levens Great War Roll of Honour

A hand-painted Roll of Honour from the Great War was discovered in an attic in Levens village, Cumbria in 2010. The painting is on art board, … [Read more...]

Police Roll of Honour Trust

In remembrance of the police officers of the United Kingdom who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Police Roll of Honour Trust is registered … [Read more...]

Findmypast.ie – the place to search for your Irish Ancestry

Findmypast Ireland is a new website set up by two experts in the field of family history: Eneclann, an award-winning research and publishing house … [Read more...]

Canadian Air Forces Memorial Unveiled

The Canadian Air Forces Memorial was unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum by the His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester on 8th July … [Read more...]

Who was A. R. Woods. The pier master at Tower Pier ?

The name 'A.R.Woods' has hit the headlines in recent months, following the start of a project to restore and protect a former military installation in … [Read more...]

Kinmont Willie and Thomas Lord Scrope

William Armstrong of Kinmont, immortalised by Sir Walter Scott in his ‘Ballad of Kinmont Willie’, was the most notorious Scottish Border Reiver of the … [Read more...]