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The DNA testing company has unveiled new technology to reveal UK customers’ roots within the past 300 years
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These websites will help family historians find birth, marriage and death records for ancestors who lived in Britain’s capital
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From national supermarkets to small businesses, Jonathan Scott explains how to find shopkeepers in your family history
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The wait is over! Who Do You Think You Are? returns this summer with a star-studded list of celebrities discovering their family history
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Everything you need to know about the BBC’s D-Day coverage, Who Do You Think You Are? USA, and the rest of this month’s family history TV programmes
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Don't miss the July 2019 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from 4 June
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We talk to Margarette Lincoln, author of the Wolfson Prize-shortlisted Trading in War: London's Maritime World in the Age of Cook and Nelson
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This month, we’ve got new Second World War valuation rolls on ScotlandsPeople, Welsh wills on Ancestry and more
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Even if you’re too old to take your GCSEs and A-levels this summer, you can learn more about the history of exams – and try out exam questions from the past
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The International Tracing Service has changed its name to the Arolsen Archives as it releases millions of concentration camp victim records online
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