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publications and more besides. It also includes a back issues index of its society journal.

DOCUMENTSONLINE [w] www.documentsonline.

This site was formerly the PROOnline site and provides access to The National Archives' collection of digitised public records, including both academic and genealogical sources. Searching the index is free, and it costs £3 to download a digital image of a document. Searchable databases are split into different categories - wills, society and law, military and defence, home and foreign affairs, art, recreation and travel and science and environment.

It's a fascinating site from a historical perspective but will add a lot of context and information to your ancestors if they are included within its databases. The site is quick and easy to navigate and can throw up some interesting documents

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relating to ancestors, if you are lucky. You can search across all the databases for all the dates or if you know roughly what you are looking for you can narrow it down with the selectable date fields under the search entry.

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