Ancestry have added new collections to their site
UK, World War II Women’s Land Army Index Cards, 1939-1948
This new collection contains records of employment for those who served in the Women’s Land Army (WLA) from 1939 to 1948. The Women’s Land Army was established to help the country boost its wartime food production. Records in this collection consist of index cards to Second World War service records and are usually handwritten and are organised alphabetically by last name.
Please note: Images and indexes are excluded for individuals born less than 100 years ago.
UK and Commonwealth, Law Examination Records, 1836-1946
This new collection contains registers of individuals who sat for their law exams in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth between 1836 and 1946. Most of the records in this collection are hand-written in pre-printed ledgers; however, some may be written in pre-printed formats.
Web: Wrexham, Wales, Cemetery Burial Register Indexes, 1876-2012
This new collection contains burial records from Wrexham Cemetery in Wales between 1876 and 2012 and comprises approximately 37,000 records. This collection is index only and images are not available for the original records.
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