Origins is now part of the Findmypast Family
Origins.net will be closed from 16th March 2015. All records previously available at Origins are now available here at Findmypast. Explore over two billion records including millions of parish records, wills, probate and court records. What's more, you can view the Oxfordshire Wills Index 1516-1857, and three other record sets, completely free!
What does this mean for Origins subscribers?
If you are an Origins subscriber, we will of course be honouring your subscription at Findmypast. All Origins subscribers should now have received an email from the Findmypast team regarding their existing Origins subscriptions, but if you have not, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are already registered on Findmypast, your account will have been automatically upgraded and extended to reflect the remainder of your Origins subscription. If you are not registered on Findmypast, you will have been sent an email with a unique voucher code to be redeemed on Findmypast when you register.
With the addition of Origin's important record sets and collections, Findmypast are able to offer their members the most comprehensive collection of British and Irish online records. This rich collection - including the largest online resource for UK wills and probate material - will help anyone with UK ancestry looking to delve beyond 19th and 20th century records, as well as descendants of early North American settlers to bridge the gap to the old country.
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