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Bourne Hall Museum is looking for people whose ancestors were involved in a 1919 riot by Canadian soldiers which killed a police officer
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Jonathan Scott picks the best websites for finding old maps of where your ancestors lived and worked
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When is the world’s largest family history event taking place? And how can you get involved online?
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Family historians can now order digital copies of their ancestors’ records from the General Register Office
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Men and women of the First World War can now be remembered online following the launch of a ‘permanent digital memorial’
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WDYTYA? editor Sarah Williams gives her top tips for taking advantage of this weekend's free access to Ancestry's British and Irish records 
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There's nothing like criminality to add spice to a family tree. Discover your ancestors' prison records with Jonathan Scott's website picks
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Don't miss the March 2019 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from 12 February
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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine’s annual volunteer event broke new ground as our readers transcribed an entire book of railway accident records
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DNA tests are revealing surprising ethnicity results from some people, as Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams discovered
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