Category : Articles

by Rebecca Stevens - 9 months ago

Timeline of the Wimbledon Championships

To celebrate the start of Wimbledon this week, we’ve created a timeline of the history of the Championships, the oldest tennis tournament in the world. Held at the All England Club in Wimbledon since 1877, the English Royal family have attended the...

by Rebecca Stevens - 9 months ago

New family history infographic for Independence Day

If you are celebrating Independence Day in the US today, we have a version of our infographic especially for you! Our family history infographic – designed to help you share your research and engage younger generations – is now available in red, whi...

by Rebecca Stevens - 9 months ago

Big new features in Twile in 2017

We’re halfway through 2017 and we think it’s a good time to look back at everything we’ve added into Twile this year. Our development team have been working hard to bring you lots of new features over the past six months and – just in case you misse...

by Rebecca Stevens - 9 months ago

Turn your history knowledge into a Twile timeline

Could you help us add more history into Twile? Over the last year we’ve added a number of world history “streams” to Twile, allowing you to see your ancestors’ lives in the context of what was happening in the world around them. We started with a ti...

by Rebecca Stevens - 1 year ago

Jan 28, Buckinghamshire Record Office

Buckinghamshire Record Office's collections cover Buckinghamshire, including parts of the county now in Berkshire and Milton Keynes.  It is based in County Hall, Walton Street, Aylesbury.  Their aim is to preserve and collect documents relating to...

by Rebecca Stevens - 3 years ago

Jan 13, Military Records in The National Archives

Many military records are available at the National Archives, located in Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU.  If travelling by tube, the nearest station is Kew Gardens (District line).  If travelling by train, the nearest station is Kew Bridge.  Some...