Findmypast Weekly Update

There are some interesting UK additions this week.

England & Wales, Crime, Prisons & Punishment
This rolling release sees more than 62,000 additional records from TNA, making over 5 million records of criminals who passed through the justice system in England and Wales between 1770 and 1935.

Find out where they stood trial and when, what sentence they were given, and more depending on the type of record. You may find names, aliases, birth year and place, height, complexion, hair and eye colour, marks, and more.

Teachers’ Registration Council Registers
There are 612 new records, plus a new search field for ‘teacher in training.’ Find out where your teacher ancestor may have taught.

1871 England, Wales & Scotland Census
Find improvements to over 22 million census records, adding searchable fields for both birthplace and occupation.

One Reply to “Findmypast Weekly Update”

  1. Thank you for this. Found that my 3 x great grandfather stole a packet of Oats and was in court in Kingston, Surrey in 1862. Probably needed to feed his burgeoning family. Sadly one of those sons went on to commit a notorious murder in Ramsgate, Kent.

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