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Ancestry has made millions of historic Midlands records available for free to mark this year's WDYTYA? Live show in Birmingham. But hurry, the offer ends on Saturday!
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Plus: Australian prisoner snaps added to Findmypast; Harvard embarks on manorial records project; FFHS appoints chair; IWM cuts research hours
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The Quizeum heads to the Museum of London, while there's a chance to see Patsy Kensit receive the Who Do You Think You Are? treatment
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Lean the tips and tricks used by the Who Do You Think You Are? TV researchers to find lost family Plus: Gallipoli, Black Country ancestors, Maritime disasters, metal workers, butchers and much more  
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Phil Tomaselli sheds light on a mysterious comment on a WW1 service record
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Plus: Free maps go online; Findmypast adds school records; Rate books hit web; Guild of One-Name Studies appoints new Chairman
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The tension is ramped up in Banished as the series draws to a close, while Fergal Keane takes a look at the First World War from a unique aerial perspective
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The Irish government has finally restored access to the country's historic birth, marriage and death indexes, several months after the entire resource was taken offline due to security fears
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The National Library of Scotland has digitised thousands of maps covering Buckinghamshire, Essex, Kent, London, Surrey and Sussex
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Professor Rebecca Probert helps Karen Murphy Rye with a confusing conundrum – why did her ancestors tie the knot twice, four years apart?
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