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With Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE in full swing, we'll be bringing you the latest news from Europe's largest family history show as it happens
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Family historians will be able to explore census returns for free on 27 March thanks to a new offer announced by Ancestry.co.uk
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For a limited time only, we're offering overseas readers the chance to subscribe to Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine for just £60 for 13 issues
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The records of thousands of people buried in the UK's largest cemetery have gone online for the first time, offering family historians with London ancestors the chance to uncover new leads in their research
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A new mobile phone application revealing the spending power of our ancestors is now available to download after the completion of a project by The National Archives
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With the census hitting the headlines, our new issue is a census year special. There's expert tips on finding your forebears, a look at Scotland's 1911 census and a guide to using pre-1841 returns. Plus how to trace your 'ag lab' ancestors, find family pedigrees online and much more...
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Two major new sets of records featuring details of people who lived and worked in New Zealand between 1842 and the present day, or were held as convicts in Australia, can now be explored online for the first time
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The 1911 Scottish census is set to be released on 5 April, 2011, the Registrar General for Scotland has announced
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Family historians tracing their ancestors in Berkshire may be able to uncover new leads after the publication of an index of thousands of the area’s wills
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With just over a week to go until the US version of Who Do You Think You Are? returns to Stateside screens, more details have emerged about the celebrities set to take part
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