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Copyright Information: The UK Open Government Licence

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Here is the UK Open Government Licence version 3 as presented by The National Archives at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/ You are encouraged to use and re-use the Information that is available under this licence freely and flexibly, with only a few conditions. Using Information under this licence Use of copyright and database right material expressly made available under this licence (the ‘Information’) indicates your acceptance of the terms …

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Default Notifications for New Users

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These are the default notification settings that are set for new users. If you want to change your notification settings, you can do so at any time in your account management area.  If you have registered for notifications in your browser or the Ancestorian App, you can manage those settings by clicking the orange bell icon (on the bottom-right of every page). Notification On Site and …

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Ancestorian Android App Now in Google Play

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Google Play: Ancestorian App You can now download the Ancestorian App on your Android phone. Just visit Google Play with the address above (hopefully, the search feature in Google Play will also find the App). If you have previously installed the desktop app to Home on your Android phone, you can safely uninstall that and start using this new REAL Android App instead. iPhone users… if …

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Findmypast Publish Vast New Collection of Scottish Monumental Inscriptions

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Over one million Scottish epitaphs, monuments and memorial inscriptions now fully searchable online at Findmypast. Spanning 1000 years of Scottish history, new collection covers over 800 burial grounds across the country and includes monuments that have long been lost to time Published online for the first time thanks to new technology and a grassroots project between Findmypast and local volunteers Contains some of the most interesting …

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