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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has once again teamed up with the British Library to offer readers 50% off the price of download passes to their collection of 19th century newspapers
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If you're tracing immigrant ancestors, our guide to the new online releases may point you in the right direction. Plus there's expert advice on tracking down railway workers, what access to the 1939 'census' means for your research, and much more...
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The 1846 diary of a 19 year old wharf clerk is being published online every day throughout 2010, offering a fascinating insight into Victorian society.
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As increasing numbers of probate resources go online, we give you a comprehensive guide to tracking down your ancestors' final requests. Plus, there's a look at Who Do You Think You Are? around the world, our tips for pinning down elusive dates, and much more...
The winter's heavy snow forced one group of Yorkshire revellers to extend their New Year's celebrations to three days. Alan Crosby considers the bitter reality of winters past
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