And a great way of learning about the females in your family tree is by focusing on finding documents that can reveal more about them as well as focusing on documents that reveal clues to help you ferret out their story. Sometimes the clue is that the document puts them in a specific time and place and sometimes it can reveal even more like familial relationships. A document is like a box of chocolates. You just never know what you're gonna get.
Every Friday, Findmypast releases new records sets, and to help you find out more about the women in your family tree, according to their press release, they have released "...over 9,500 fascinating UK military records that illustrate the various roles played by woman during the First World War." Take a look:
- Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Service Records 1917-1920
- British Women's Royal Naval Service Officer Files 1917-1919
- British Women's Royal Naval Service Ratings' Service Registers 1918-1919
- British Women's Royal Air Force Service Records 1918-1920
In addition, Findmypast has released the following records today:
- British Civil Service Evidence of Age
- Queensland Assisted Immigration 1848-1912
- Queensland Immigration Registers 1922-1940
- Queensland Passport Registers 1926-1939
To learn more about each records set as well as how to use it for your research (Kind of important, don't you think? I do.), head over to the Findmypast Friday Page. Also? Findmypast is running an unlimited free access weekend starting today. Snag the details about it on their Free Weekend Page.