Bringing family history to life
Plus: Deceased Online publishes Bath burial records; Ancestry adds Norfolk electoral registers; Scottish witchcraft records go online; Long Shop Museum receives £2 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant
If you love 19th-century social history you're in luck this week, as there's a chance to catch a brand-new episode of The Victorian Slum, plus three instalments of Victorian Bakers
Thankfully for researchers, our ancestors’ financial woes tended to generate quite a paper trail. Jonathan Scott looks at some of the best resources for finding records of debtors and bankrupts online
First World War Project Map
Explore First World War projects from around the UK and add your project to this interactive map
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From Metropolitan policemen to convicts transported to Australia, our selection of practical guides show you the websites and archives that will help you find your forebears.
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