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Genealogists will have new ways to search the most recent census available to the public following an agreement between two major family history websites
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As a new year starts, it's time to take a fresh look at your research – don't miss our expert guide to taking your family history further in 2011. Plus we explore police ancestors, celebrate 100 years of the Society of Genealogists, show you how to research the history of your house and more...
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Records detailing the medals awarded to servicemen caught up in some of the largest military campaigns in Britain’s history have been made available to explore online, some for the first time.
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A new website exploring the lives of British children relocated to the other side of the world has gone online to accompany a new exhibition in Australia
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 The 1911 census will soon be available to search online at two major websites thanks to an agreement between Ancestry.co.uk, TheGenealogist.co.uk and The National Archives
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A new BBC programme showcasing extraordinary aerial footage of the First World War offers new insights in the massive impact of the conflict
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We've teamed up with the Faber Academy to offer readers 20% off the price of its Writing Family History Course, offering a six-month guide to putting your ancestral story in print
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A project to make more than eight million Welsh parish registers available to search online has been launched by Findmypast, offering family historians with links to the country new leads in their research
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The dates for next year's Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE show have been confirmed, starting the countdown to Europe's biggest family history event
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We take a closer look at the document featured in the January issue's Gem from the Archive – the crew list of a ship operating out of Somerset in the 19th century
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