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Spike Lee traces his ancestry in a US episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, plus the rest of this week's TV and radio highlights
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Family historians hunting for their ancestors who were born or married overseas may be able to uncover new leads thanks to improved search facilities at findmypast.co.uk
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Missing a marriage in your family tree? Our new issue features tips for tracing elusive nuptials and dating wedding photos. Also inside: the best Welsh websites, searching The National Archives' new online catalogue, researching child labourers, pub landlords and more...
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Records of thousands of female felons granted parole during the 19th century can now be explored online at www.ancestry.co.uk.
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With less than two weeks to go until census day, survey forms have already started to arrive at households around England and Wales
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The British Library has teamed up with findmypast.co.uk to digitise millions of its records, including electoral rolls and registers of births, marriages and deaths
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Family historians can now research their ancestors on the go thanks to the launch of two new apps from Ancestry.co.uk
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The British Library has teamed up with findmypast.co.uk to digitise millions of its records, including electoral rolls and registers of births, marriages and deaths
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This weekend saw family historians from around the country gather for another packed Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE – but what did you think of the show?
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Heir Hunters continues, there's another chance to see an American episode of Who Do You Think You Are? and more in another packed week for family historians
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