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The Register is on Facebook, join us and keep up to date or ask a question or leave a comment.Anglo-Boer War Research
The Register of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902.
The Register is the premier research resource for everyone interested in the participants of the Anglo-Boer War. ** It's official! The Register is one of the best sites for Boer War research as selected by Who Do You Think You Are? magazine
** Looking for help with Research? Read this cautionary tale. then check out my Research Services and email me!
** Doing your own research? Read our guide: Researching your ancestor in the Anglo-Boer War. ***
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Check out the new free searches in The Research Centre. These searches provide new and unique ways to look at the data that makes up The Register.
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The Register is a database that lists men and women who served in the British Imperial Forces during the war in southern Africa; soldiers, sailors, nurses and civilians can all be found in this unique database. To date there are over 366,170 entries. This includes a fully revised and corrected casualty roll of over 60,500 records; the best source for Anglo-Boer War casualties in print and on the Internet. Here are a few reasons why:4,000 individual records not in the Official Casualty Rolls3,100 casualty events not in the Official Casualty Rolls22,000 or 39% Official Casualty roll records updated/corrected21,100 names linked to a war memorial1,463 or 45% of casualty locations have a gazetteer entry, 81% of casualties are linked to a gazetteer entryOver 565 sources are used by The RegisterOver 20,600 records for medals offered for sale or otherwise known to exist
The Register is the best source on casualties,find out why.
Check for the Queen's and King's South Africa entitlement for many thousands of men and women - look for 'ME' when you search for a name.
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