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dothawkes31 | 22:17 Thu 15th Jul 2010 | Genealogy
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Find My Past today launched the new transcription of the GRO birth index 1837-2006. It's very good because you can do the search initially for free which gives you the list of options and then eliminate them by RD or date quite easily, alot easier than ancestry actually.
http://www.findmypast...-start.action?redef=1

It is the first re-transcribing of the index in quite a while I believe and the format of the index is so simple, it is excellent.

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Just gone on there - found my fathers birth and straight away wants 'credits'?
I have been using it this evening and agree that it is easy to use :)
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yes puternut to see the original entry in the index (not the register ) you will need a subscription, I have an ancestry subscription but to be honest this new FMP version of the index is quicker to browse and will be good to use to narrow down possbles and then I can look at the original index on ancestry if i need to get the reference and in later entries the mothers maiden name,.
Thanks for that Dot. Havnt looked at it yet but will do. I find that FMP is easier for looking up census`

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