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Historian Elizabeth Norton shares her top tips for finding wills with Sarah Williams, while Jon Bauckham learns about the experiences of WW1 conscientious objectors from author Karyn Burnham.
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Researchers can now discover whether their ancestors worked on ships registered to the Port of Liverpool thanks to a new Ancestry.co.uk release
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Five-part First World War drama The Passing Bells will be broadcast next week, as well as several classic episodes from the Who Do You Think You Are? vaults
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The British Red Cross has started digitising index cards containing details of the men and women who signed up to help the sick and wounded during the First World War
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Rifling through her family's stamp collection has made editor Sarah Williams realise that the hobby has more in common with genealogy than she thought
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The University of Huddersfield's new Heritage Quay archive centre was unveiled earlier this week, providing access to thousands of historic records
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Tony Robinson retraces the footsteps of the Bröntes in Walking Through History, while there's a chance to revisit the 2012 series of Who Do You Think You Are?
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The Wellcome Library in London has teamed up with a number of archives across the UK to digitise records of psychiatric hospitals dating back to the 18th century
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While away on maternity leave, a chance message from a fellow Ancestry.co.uk user helped deputy editor Claire Vaughan break down a brick wall
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Ancestry.co.uk has uploaded 600,000 parish records from 1580-1979 following a new partnership with Wigan Archives and Local Studies