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The Royal Scots Regimental Trust has published the names of all 11,313 men who died in the war in a searchable online database
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Plus: New family history show offers chance for public to win Who Do You Think You Are? experience; Findmypast adds Lanarkshire death index
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Edinburgh City Archives are asking the public to share their opinions on how they should record modern-day life in the Edinburgh Remembers Consultation
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The organisers of The Genealogy Show are offering the chance to win a people's Who Do You Think You Are? experience to the first 500 people to buy tickets
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News and research guides relating to Jonnie Peacock's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, broadcast on Monday 20 August 2018
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Jonnie Peacock’s episode of WDYTYA? featured a number of different sources that allowed him to trace both his rural and city-dwelling ancestors
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Jonnie Peacock's family history journey took him to Cambridgeshire and Liverpool, with a brief visit to the Lancashire town of Burscough along the way
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The athlete and Strictly Come Dancing star encounters a football prodigy and a survivor of rural poverty in the 15th series of WDYTYA?. Revisit the story with our handy summary
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Plus: 620,000 Canadian First World War records go online ahead of centenary; Findmypast adds First World War records; ARA to go ahead with Archives Card
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Paralympian Jonnie Peacock traces his family history on Who Do You Think You Are? on 20 August 2018. Here's five things you might not know about the star…
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