The coronation of a new monarch is always momentous, and the ascension of King Charles III to the throne of the United Kingdom is no exception. As the world watches this milestone with excitement and fanfare, we’re celebrating the Coronation in true MyHeritage fashion, and offering free access to all 1.1 billion U.K. historical records, from May 4–8, 2023!
There’s no time like the present to discover your British roots and explore your family’s unique place in history. MyHeritage’s historical records from the U.K. consist of 635 collections including birth, marriage, and death records, census records, baptisms, wills and probate records, military records, and more. Search for your ancestors and gain valuable insights into their lives through collections such as the 1911 England & Wales Census, England & Wales Index of Wills and Probates, 1853–1943, and United Kingdom, Death Index, 1980–2022.
The collections span several centuries of history and cover England, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands, and Isle of Man.
We invite you to take advantage of this limited-time offer and explore our U.K. collections for free. Usually, a Complete or Data plan is required to view these records, but for the next few days only you can search and view them for free. You will be asked to create a free MyHeritage account to access the free records.
Long live the King!
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