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On DNA Day, Jerome De Groot reveals his research into family historians' responses to DNA testing - from breaking through brick walls to privacy concerns
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The Maritime Archaeology Trust has announced a new project to research the Second World War servicemen who left their names on a wall in Southampton
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With the major new records release, the website is now 'the only show in town' for Kent ancestors
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Don't miss the May 2019 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from 8 April
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This month, TheGenealogist introduces a new Map Explorer feature, Surrey parish records go online at FamilySearch and more
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Inspired by BBC Two's A House Through Time? Jonathan Scott shows you how to discover who lived in your home
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Action for Children has released photographs of children in Victorian homes as part of a nationwide search for their descendants
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Jonathan Scott explains how you can find records for people who spent time in an orphanage or children's home
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Jonathan Scott explains how you can find where relatives who died in the First World War are commemorated
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As we reach the end of the tax year, we look at some of the more unusual taxes of the past and how these six sites can help your family history research 
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