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A new online project telling the story of generations of Welsh people has gone online, offering visitors the chance to contribute their own stories and memories
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Have you been enjoying this year's series of Who Do You Think You Are? and been inspired to find out more information about one of the celebrities' stories? We'd love to hear from you...
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Who Do You Think You Are? helps Holby City actor Hugh Quarshie trace his Dutch roots and travels to Africa and the Netherlands in the process.
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The comedian and actor traces his roots back to the Civil War in tonight's new episode of Who Do You Think You Are?. Come back to the site after the programme has aired for some exciting unseen footage and a guide to some of the locations that Alexander visits on his journey.
Our regular columnist Alan Crosby reveals his latest genealogical discoveries, including a particularly dodgy Antipodean character
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Records revealing the experiences of some of the poorest people in Victorian society are available online for the first time after the completion of a major cataloguing and digitisation project led by The National Archives (TNA).
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As a batch of online records offers new ways to find kin Down Under, we embark on an in-depth look at tracing Australian ancestors. Plus there's an interview with Jason Donovan, our essential guide to Edinburgh archives, how to use Oaths of Allegiance and more...
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The former Spooks star heads to the subcontinent to learn more about his Indian roots.
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Indexes of millions of wills drawn up in England and Wales over the course of hundreds of years can now be explored online for the first time thanks to the launch of a major new collection.
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Interested in writing for Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine? We're looking for new members of our reader reviewer panel...
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