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In her final free guide, WDYTYA? TV series genealogist Laura Berry reveals why joining the family history community can help you take your research further
In the penultimate stage of our 12-Week Challenge, Laura Berry reveals how occupational records can help you build up a vivid picture of your forebears' lives
If you want to take your research back even further, you'll need to start investigating local parish records. WDYTYA? TV series genealogist Laura Berry offers her top tips for tracking them down
Death records can provide a surprising amount of information about our ancestors while they were still alive. Laura Berry reveals where you should look for them
Find out how you can sign up to take part in our first ever #TranscriptionTuesday event on 17 January 2017
For our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event, Sarah Orme will be indexing the Cornwall Parish Registers on FamilySearch. Here, she explains why you should join her
Sarah Williams, editor of WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why she has chosen to help the GB1900.org project for our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event
WDYYTYA? Magazine art editor Robbie Bennie has chosen to work on the AnnoTate project for our very first Transcription Tuesday event. Here, he explains why you should join him...
Claire Vaughan explains why you should join her as she takes part in the Waterloo Lives: In Their Own Words project for Transcription Tuesday 2017
Andy Williams, sales executive on WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why he has chosen to support a project run by the National Library of Wales for Transcription Tuesday
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