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Our guide to tracing your family tree without breaking the bank kicks off the new-look July issue, featuring over £100 of fantastic money-off vouchers. Also inside this month: how to access 300 million names for free, tracing your Jewish ancestors and much more...
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Sussex has highlighted the potential risks of tracing your family history.
Thousands of additional records are now available online after a series of updates to two major collections at findmypast.co.uk.
Alan Crosby discovers how one man's hortcultural quest shaped the contents of generations of British gardeners
Details of people buried in Bristol across hundreds of years can now be browsed online.
Brooke Shields traced her family tree back to royalty – but the stories of even most 'ordinary' ancestors can be incredibly inspiring, says US genealogist Kimberly Powell
 Details of people banned from the pubs of one of Britain’s major cities at the start of the 20th century are now available to search online.
Family historians with Welsh connections will be able to access valuable information at the weekend, after a major library announced it is to reopen on Saturdays.
Matthew Broderick's episode of Who Do You Think You Are? demonstrates the importance of always taking your research further, says US genealogist Kimberly Powell
Alan Crosby explores the historic landscape of the Berkshire Downs – and meets a three thousand year old horse
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