Sponsored video: Discover lost family members this Remembrance Weekend with Find My Past

Ever wanted to learn more about what your ancestors did in the First World War?

This Remembrance Weekend, family history website Find My Past wants to help you find your World War I ancestors and is offering unlimited free access from 7-10 November.

Find My Past features a huge searchable online archive featuring billions of family history records, from birth/marriage/death records and censuses to migration records, military collections, and historical newspapers.

Watch this video to find out more…

The site is hosting their first ever live broadcast at 3pm on Saturday 8 November, with an expert panel (including Who Do You Think You Are?’s lead genealogist, Laura Berry; Find My Past’s Director of Family History, Joshua Taylor; and military historian Paul Nixon).

Find My Past is also hosting a live Q&A session on family history researching on their Facebook page between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. You can get involved on Twitter too by following @Findmypast and using the #FMPLive hashtag.

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[This post in sponsored by DC Thompson.]