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How much do records cost?
If you are using our pay per view credits, here is an explanation of the cost of individual records:
Birth index transcription: 5 credits
Marriage index transcription: 5 credits
Death index transcription: 5 credits
1841- 1871 and 1901 individual transcription costs: 5 credits
1881 individual transcription is free
1841 - 1901 census household transcription costs: 5 credits
1841 - 1901 census image costs: 5 credits
1911 Individual transcription: 5 credits
1911 Household transcription: 5 credits
1911 Census image and Enumerators summary : 5 credits
WW1 or WW2 transcribed page costs: 3 credits
WW1 or WW2 actual image costs: 3 credits
Passenger lists transcription: 5 credits
Passenger lists image: 5 credits
Indian records: 5 credits
UK passport application: 5 credits
Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 Records: 15 credits
New Zealand WW1 soldiers: 10 credits
Royal Naval Officers 1914-1920: 10 credits
Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919 : 10 credits
WWII Prisoners of War: 10 credits
Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 Records : 15 credits
Waterloo Medal Roll 181 : 5 credits
Army List 1787: 5 credits
Army List 1798: 5 credits
Army List August 1878: 5 credits
East India Register and Army List 1855: 5 credits
Grenadier Guards 1656-1874: 5 credits
Harts Army List 1841: 5 credits
Harts Army List 1888: 5 credits
Indian Army and Civil Service List 1873: 5 credits
Peninsula Medal Roll 1793-1814: 5 credits
Waterloo Roll Call 1815: 5 credits
Armed forces births 1761-1994: 5 credits
Armed forces marriages 1818-1994: 5 credits
Armed forces deaths 1796-1994: 5 credits
New Zealand WW1 soldiers: 10 credits
Parish records - these vary and cost between 5 and 20 credits
British Newspaper Archive content - 5 credits
Sending a message to another member: 30 credits
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