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Blog
13 July 2017

Genealogist Pam Ross shows you the best free resources for taking your tree back even further, from Scotland to India

News
05 July 2017

The BBC’s Home Service broadcast an announcement by government minister Dr Edith Summerskill in 1948 in which she proclaimed the arrival of the NHS. 

Blog
29 June 2017

On the eve of the country’s 150th anniversary, Jonathan Scott hunts down online resources for researching Canadian family history

Blog
22 June 2017

To mark Findmypast offering five days of free access, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams explains how the site can help with your family history research

Blog
15 June 2017

Ayrshire-based genealogist Chris Paton takes a look at 17 free resources to help you unlock your Caledonian family connections

News
07 June 2017

As Poldark returns to our screens, Anthony Burton looks at the backbreaking work of Cornish miners over the centuries

News
01 June 2017

As we mark the anniversary of the Allied evacuation from France in 1940, Janet Dempsey explains how you can trace your family's involvement in Operation Dynamo

News
25 May 2017

Sara Khan, lead genealogist on Who Do You Think You Are?, shows how you can find Welsh wills in just half an hour

Blog
24 May 2017

Amanda Randall lists the best local and national film archives for finding out how your ancestors lived

News
09 May 2017

As Mass Observation seeks new volunteers, Simon Fowler looks at how this giant anthropology project first came about 80 years ago

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