For members of the press, we can provide a range of resources to support your story:
- Contact details of spokespeople and family history experts available for comment or live or pre-recorded interviews
- Free access to the records on the website for your researchers
- Press releases and fact sheets
- High resolution images of family history records with copyright statements that you may reproduce in your publication
- Royalty free historical photographs
- Case studies with contact details
- Examples of stories from the records
- Regional examples and case studies
- Logos and boilerplates
Members of the press should contact Alex Cox, email: email@example.com
Useful information about Findmypast for the press
Findmypast (previously DC Thomson Family History) is a British-owned world leader in online genealogy. It has an unrivalled record of online innovation in the field of family history and 18 million registered users across its family of online brands, which includes Mocavo, Genes Reunited, The British Newspaper Archive amongst others. Its lead brand, also called Findmypast, is a searchable online archive of over two billion family history records, from parish records and censuses to migration records, military collections, historical newspapers and lots more. For members around the world, the site is a crucial resource for building family trees and doing detailed historical research.
In April 2003 Findmypast was the first to provide access to the complete birth, marriage, and death indexes for England & Wales, winning the Queen’s Award for Innovation. Since that time, the company has digitised records from across the globe, including major collections from Britain, Ireland, Australia, and the United States. In partnership with the British Library, Findmypast produced The British Newspaper Archive; part of a project to safeguard the future of the world’s greatest newspaper archive which allows digital access to more than 40 million newspaper pages. Recently, The National Archives awarded the company the exclusive rights to put the 1939 Register for England and Wales online.