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August 4th 2014: call for 'Lights Out' across UK at 10pm to mark war Centenary

People across the UK are invited to turn off their lights tonight for a moment of shared reflection on the Centenary of the outbreak of the First …

As part of the national Lights Out campaign, Folkestone invites you to watch the Step Short First World War Centenary Parade and the Dedication of the Centenary Arch by HRH Prince Henry of Wales. On Monday, 4th August. For more information, please visit: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/events/205707/?key=first-world-war-centenary-paradeµsiteid=209

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by Sue | Aug 12, 2018 | Local History, Other Posts | 0 |<p>Kirkheaton Family History Group Newsletter August 2018 TALKS PROGRAMME July Talk Some 50 …

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Today we mark 100 years since the entry of Britain into World War One. Many of our ancestors fought and many died, but we pay tribute to everyone touched by war, with the hope that our children and grandchildren will never again have to endure such hardship.

On Monday August 4th the BBC is marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War One. Help us build a picture of national remembrance by sharing the pictures and stories of who and what you’ll be remembering on this national day of commemoration. #Remember http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-28584147

Today marks 100 years since Britain’s declaration of war on 4 August 1914, and the official start of the First World War Centenary. We're asking you to join in with the commemorations by sharing WHO you'll be remembering on #LivesOfWW1. Find someone on the site that interests you – maybe a family connection, someone from a local regiment, or simply someone that hasn’t been remembered yet – click to remember their Life Story, and share the link to their page with your friends and family using the #Remember and #WW1 hashtags. Find someone to remember on Lives of the First World War here: https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/search Pictured: Scene at Buckingham Palace on the outbreak of War, 1914 Image © IWM (Q 65496)

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WWI Centenary: This mix of modern and archival photos from Peter Macdiarmid are stunning. Discover more at http://metro.co.uk/2014/08/04/first-world-war-centenary-stunning-composite-images-remember-the-effects-of-wwi-4817893/?ito=facebook

Rob Toogood

100 years ago today saw the start of the First World War. My great uncle john spencer Toogood was killed at the battle of Ancre in France. Before his …

When Germany refuses to remove its troops from Belgium, Great Britain issues a declaration of war on 4 August 1914. Did your ancestor fight in WWI? Learn more here: http://ancstry.me/UW6YHy

World War One centenary: As it happened

Remembrance Day

100 years ago today Britain entered the First World War, we honour all those men who were sent to fight, those women who stayed at home and those families touched by the conflict. Never again.

Best of the Genea-Blogs - 20 to 26 July 2014

Hundreds of genealogy and family history bloggers write thousands of posts every week about their research, their families, and their interests. I …

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for August 1, 2014

My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)<p>Where does the antagonism against the big genealogy websites come from? by James Tanner, …

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Lest we forget: Sacrifices of more than 1million soldiers lost to history as quarter of Britons don't know what their ancestors did in the First World War

• <b>An estimated 7.5million people are in the dark about their military heritage</b>• <b><br>Ancestry.co.uk report revealed over a million soldiers have been</b> …

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This Facebook post is no longer available. It may have been removed or the privacy settings of the post may have changed.<p>GENUKI. 2,034 likes · 12 …

RE: Do Search Engines Provide What You Request?

I was reading Randy Seaver's blog:<p>http://www.geneamusings.com/2014/07/do-search-engines-provide-what-you.html<p>and thought I would give it a try. I was …

Global Family Reunion: Cousin Connecting Tip #2 - The Pedigree Chart

And a double sided chart. Same idea, but you put yourself in the very middle, and one parent on either side:<p>There are a lot of places to download …

Best Social Media Websites for Genealogy - Family Tree

To the savvy genealogist, social media websites aren't just for keeping up with old high school friends and sharing pictures of your cat. Check out …

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