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With Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE now just days away, our new issue comes with a free showguide, allowing your to plan your visit in advance. Also inside: we answer the ten most common genealogy problems, show you how to track down medical ancestors and much more...
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The first tranche of records from the 1911 census have gone online at Ancestry.co.uk, offering users the chance to explore a collection of enumerator summary books
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Two major collections have been made available online by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland as final preparations get underway for the opening of a new archives centre
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Were your ancestors involved in some of the very earliest radio broadcasts? If so, the Science Museum wants to hear from you...
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Radio 5 Live takes a look at the British family next week, including one presenter's quest to learn more about her Irish ancestors
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Producers at TV company Endemol are looking for the owners of historic homes in need of renovation to take part in a new BBC series
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A collection of first-hand accounts detailing the experiences of Guernsey people deported during the Second World War has been uncovered for the first time
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A set of restored flood-damaged returns from the 1851 Manchester census have just gone online at Ancestry.co.uk – our deputy editor Claire shares her discoveries
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Details of thousands of people who fought in the Second Anglo-Boer War have been compiled into a single online collection for the first time
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A new BBC project is calling for family and local historians to help create a photographic archive of shops and high streets around the UK
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