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A new transcription of the 1901 census for England and Wales has been completed and made available online at Findmypast.com.
If Heir Hunters can rustle up a family tree in a day, just think what you can do in 14 days...
The star of The Office traces his father's side of the family, finding out more about his grandfather's role in the Second World War and a Victorian matriarch who survived against the odds
Family history has become a very competitive business in the last few years – and it seems to me the big players are getting ready to square up to each other.
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An index of Irish men eligible to vote in the aftermath of the Great Reform Act of 1832 has been made available online at Origins.net. Covering the years 1832-1838, the Irish Electoral Registers collection contains personal details of 70,000 people.
Seven archives and libraries around England and Wales are to offer free online access to the 1911 census, thanks to a project funded by The National Archives
Which genealogy website is best for you? We rate the best subscription sites in our essential guide. Plus follow Chris Moyles' journey into Dublin's slums, track down your shipbuilding forebears, and much more...
As the BBC launches a new drama focusing on the lives of Britain's Land Girls, we look at the real life heroines who helped win the Second World War. Plus David Mitchell talks exclusively about his roots, the second part of our 14-Day Challenge, and much more.
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