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In a taster of our latest issue's lead feature, Pam Ross has some nifty tips to help you reach back beyond the start of civil registration in 1837
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Don't miss the October 2018 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from Tuesday 25 September  
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Plus: Documents discovered at The National Archives shed light on William Shakespeare's father; Reclaim the Records publishes New York State Birth Index
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Plus: TheGenealogist releases Lloyd George Domesday Survey records for Brent; FamilySearch adds 1858-1957 will index
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Ahead of the anniversary of the City of Benares disaster which killed 77 children, Janet Sacks explains how you can research the stories of overseas evacuees in the Second World War
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Plus: Findmypast releases new electoral registers collection; Appeal to identify First World War nurses in newly colourised pictures; Heritage sites open doors in Open Days festival
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To mark Findmypast offering four 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
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The family history website reprocessed its existing registers to create a set of 53 million records covering 1920-32
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Plus: Findmypast warns users that records will only be available with subscription from September; 3D virtual tour of Hollybrook First World War memorial launched
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The change means that users without current Findmypast subscriptions are advised to download their records during September 2018
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