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Our regular columnist Alan Crosby on the tricky business of learning more about the lives of the people behind the records
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Naval history, the catastrophic effects of wartime bombing and three more stories from the Who Do You Think You Are? archives feature among this week's top TV & radio for family historians.
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The records of more than 400,000 people who had shares in one of Britain’s largest railway companies can now be searched online.
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Images recording some of the major events from the past two centuries of British history have been made available to view online for the first time.
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby on the challenges – and unexpected rewards – of dealing with documents that have been edited over centuries
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The school registers of more than 130,000 teachers and pupils have been added to the collection at Familyrelatives.com.
Alan Crosby laments the problems caused by constantly changing technology – but has come up with a surprisingly enjoyable solution
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As the 70th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuation approaches, we explore the real story and show you how to trace your family's heroes. Plus our guides to using Scottish parish registers, accessing the 1939 Register, learning more about Suffolk ancestors and much more...
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Our guide to tracing your family tree without breaking the bank kicks off the new-look July issue, featuring over £100 of fantastic money-off vouchers. Also inside this month: how to access 300 million names for free, tracing your Jewish ancestors and much more...
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A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Sussex has highlighted the potential risks of tracing your family history.
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