November 2012 - Genes News

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Site update 13th November 2012

Published in Genes News on 13 Nov 2012 11:49 : site update : 1 comment : 2790 views

We released a few updates to the site this morning. This included new search options to search all records in a category, such as all BMD or all Census records, and also links from My Contacts or Member Details pages to view another member's keepsafe.

Site update 7th November 2012

Published in Genes News on 7 Nov 2012 14:21 : site update : 0 comments : 2982 views

In addition to the new Military records, we included a few other changes to the site. These included:

New military records released

Published in Genes News on 6 Nov 2012 09:42 : military records : 4 comments : 6290 views

We are very excited to announce the launch of thousands of new military records on Genes Reunited this week. This release, which coincides aptly with Remembrance Sunday, will allow you to search thousands more military records to see if any of your ancestor fought for their country or played a part in any historical battles.From the Harold Gillies records, recording soldiers treated by the pioneering plastic surgeon Dr Gillies during WW1 to Military Nurses, the collection of records is now so varied, you’re bound to discover a member of your family who served as part of the army.