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This week's highlights offer the chance to explore Irish history, one of Britain's grandest stately homes and – if you're awake particularly late – another episode from the US series of Who Do You Think You Are?
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A collection of around 70,000 historic wills dating back to the 15th century can now be explored on the web thanks to the work of staff and volunteers at Essex Record Office
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M Shed, Bristol's new history museum, is set to open next month and is calling for people with connections to the city to get in touch
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Family historians may be able to discover new details about their ancestors' deaths thanks to the launch of new search features at findmypast.co.uk
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As four million records from Liverpool go online, we explore why the city may hold the key to finding forebears. Also this month: making the most of burial records online, finding ancestors in Britain's Caribbean sugar trade, the first in our series uncovering the UK's local industries and much more...
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Staff at The National Archives are calling for family historians to help shape the future of the institution by getting involved in its decision-making process
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Data collected around the country by a 1980s BBC project has been made available to explore online following the completion of an extensive digitisation programme
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Genealogists tracing their ancestors in Gloucestershire and the City of London may be able to explore new leads thanks to the digitisation of two new datasets
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The classic Who Do You Think You Are? stories of Nigella Lawson and Fiona Bruce lead this week's TV and radio highlights for family historians
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Family historians exploring the experiences of ancestors brought up in care will be able to learn more about what their forebears’ early lives may have been like thanks to the launch of a new exhibition
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