Findmypast and LifeBook Partnership – a match made in heaven
Findmypast and LifeBook just announced their new partnership. LifeBook helps you create your own personal history, to pass down to future generations, and Findmypast has all the records you’ll need to fill in the details.
Findmypast’s searchable online archive of over 1.8 billion family history records makes it easy to discover your family’s story. From parish records and censuses to migration records, military collections, historical newspapers and lots more, Findmypast has got all the records you’ll need to create your personal history.
At this year’s Conservative Party Conference, LifeBook will be giving away eight subscriptions to Findmypast. These exciting prizes will let the winners explore the stories of their ancestors, and add colour and information to their autobiography. To enter, simply visit the stand and submit your content details.
Findmypast’s CEO, Annelies van den Belt said, ‘this exciting partnership will give everybody the chance to become their own biographer. With Findmypast’s easily searchable historical records and LifeBook’s innovative personal service, you can create a rich, accurate and beautifully presented personal history to pass down the generations’.
LifeBook’s Sales Director, Suki Gallagher added “We are delighted to partner with Findmypast as their service provides the perfect foundation for a LifeBook. Every LifeBook project will be enriched with the factual data sourced though Findmypast and brought to life though weekly face to face interviews. Your words, your photographs, your family history will be transformed into beautifully illustrated copies of your personal autobiography”.
Findmypast has been a leading family history website for more than 10 years. It’s a searchable online archive of over 1.8 billion family history records, from parish records and censuses to migration records, military collections, historical newspapers and lots more. For our members around the world, Findmypast is a crucial resource for building family trees and doing detailed historical research.
In April 2003 the company was the first to provide access to the complete birth, marriage, and death indexes for England & Wales, winning the Queen’s Award for Innovation. Since that time, Findmypast has digitised family history records from across the globe, including major collections from Britain, Ireland, Australia, and the United States. In partnership with the British Library, Findmypast is part of a project to safeguard the future of the world’s greatest newspaper archive – allowing digital access to more than 40 million newspaper pages. Recently, The National Archives awarded the company the exclusive rights to put the 1939 Register for England and Wales online.
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