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Get your own Chinese name based on your English name and find out your sign in the Chinese Zodiac! Simply type in your first and last name, select what kind of characteristics you want to be expressed in the name, select your gender, enter your birthdate and press "Get a Name!".
The National Archives, documents online has recently made available a free searchable database of World War 1 (WW1) campaign medals called Medal Index Cards (MIC) . At the end of WWl the records of all men who had served were handwritten on index cards which are at the National Archives in Kew. These have been scanned and details put on a searchable database. As several million men served between 1914 an 1918 the more information you can put into the search boxes the better. In my search for my grandfather I knew his regiment, the Gloucestershire and his army number. So I was able to type in his number and surname. The search was free, but I was then invited to pay £3.50 to see a scanned copy of his MIC or Medal Index Card. I downloaded his card and it gave me the date of his entry into France, his battalion number, the date of his discharge, the date of his being given the SWB (Silver War Badge which was given to men who had been wounded) and other campaign medals. With this information and the purchase of a book about the Gloucestershire Regiment I was able to virtually follow his movements from August 1914 to the battle in which he was wounded in May 1915.
Together with the freeBMD site, this other site lets you search censuses for 14 days for free. This gives you enough information to identify a family member. There is then a payment to look at a scanned copy of the actual census return. The best option is £4.95 for 10 looks at census returns. They can be downloaded and printed. The best way is to copy to a disc and get them printed on A3 paper at your local print shop, for easier reading.
'Who do you think you are', the popular BBC2 programme is fuelling interest in Family History research. If you want to get started, this free site gives you the indexes of Births, Marriages and Deaths from 1837 onwards until about 1910. Once you locate your ancestors event, you can order the relevant cetificate from the General Record Office (GRO)online for £7.50
Wikipedia is a Web-based, multi-language, free-content encyclopedia written collaboratively by volunteers. It contains over 2 million articles. At FSJ it's our favourite place to look for an introduction to a topic.
Get Safe Online is a government service, designed to provide both home users and small businesses with proven, plain English advice to help protect computers, mobile phones and other devices from malicious attack.
Vision2Learn have a range of free online courses in IT, personal development and sport leading to nationally recognised qualifications. You also receive online support from a local college tutor. Courses are funded by the Learning and Skills Council and are normally free of charge to anyone over the age of 16 currently living in England.
The Blue Cross have a whole range of factsheets about horses, cats, dogs and small animals, covering everything from choosing the right pet to saying goodbye to a loved companion. The factsheets are full of tips to help you with your pet’s health, behaviour and training. You can also ask one of their experts for advice.