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Family historians with forebears who lived in London during the 18th century may be able to take their research even further, thanks to the launch of a new website that includes the largest set of handwritten manuscripts ever published online.
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Thousands of records from the Scottish region of Perthshire have been made available to explore online for the first time, documenting school admissions and local militia surveys for the region.
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From Ireland to the American Civil War, Matthew Broderick explores his family's heritage – and uncovers some surprising connections to his film career.
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The records of millions of Australians back as far as the 18th century can now be explored online for the first time, offering the most comprehensive online database of genealogical material from the country.
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 The showbiz legend traces the colourful life of his great-grandfather, Joseph Forsyth Johnson
Our monthly blogger Alan Crosby sets off on a historical journey across the moors of Cheshire and Derbyshire
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After months away from our screens, the original UK version of Who Do You Think You Are? finally returns with a bumper series on Monday. Here's our guide to what to look forward to...
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A project to identify hundreds of First World War soldiers killed in the Battle of Fromelles will be marked with the launch of a new cemetery in France next week.
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The Hollywood actress discovers a family history of searching for a better life in her story from the US series
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The details of millions of people married in England during the 20th century have been added to a major online collection.
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