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The Hollywood actress discovers a family history of searching for a better life in her story from the US series
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The details of millions of people married in England during the 20th century have been added to a major online collection.
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The details of thousands of soldiers killed, wounded or captured during the Second Boer War (1899-1902) can now be explored online for the first time.
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This week's pick of the best TV and radio for family historians
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One of the subjects of this year's series of Who Do You Think You Are?, Monty Don, reveals new discoveries from his story in an exclusive interview. Plus there's expert tips on how to research voting records, Dublin, war memorials and much more...
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From Italian royalty to William the Conqueror, the actress and model traces connections to some of history's most famous figures
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For the Sex and the City star, a case of mistaken identity and a possible connection to some of the most shocking trials in American history lie in wait as she explores her family tree...
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A new website aiming to capture the memories of generations of Scottish people involved in conflict around the world as gone online
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby takes a trip thousands of years into the past to explore what home life may have been like for our distant ancestors
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It's back! The BBC is poised to screen the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? from July through to September – and this time there are nine family history-packed episodes for you to look forward to...
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