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Find out how you can sign up to take part in our first ever #TranscriptionTuesday event on 17 January 2017
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For our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event, Sarah Orme will be indexing the Cornwall Parish Registers on FamilySearch. Here, she explains why you should join her
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Sarah Williams, editor of WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why she has chosen to help the GB1900.org project for our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event
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WDYYTYA? Magazine art editor Robbie Bennie has chosen to work on the AnnoTate project for our very first Transcription Tuesday event. Here, he explains why you should join him...
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Claire Vaughan explains why you should join her as she takes part in the Waterloo Lives: In Their Own Words project for Transcription Tuesday 2017
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Andy Williams, sales executive on WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why he has chosen to support a project run by the National Library of Wales for Transcription Tuesday 
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For WDYTYA? Magazine’s first-ever Transcription Tuesday event on 17 January, staff writer Jon Bauckham will be volunteering for Operation War Diary. In this blog post, he explains why you should join him…
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In Week 8 of our Family History Challenge, Laura Berry offers her top tips for exploring historic newspapers
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Plus: Deceased Online releases Highgate burials; Early Irish Indexes reach 250,000 milestone; FIBIS transcribes passenger notices; Findmypast adds dog licence records
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A total of 160,000 records from London's famous Highgate Cemetery have been released online for the first time, providing details of burials spanning 1839-2010
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