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The long-awaited 13th series of Who Do You Think You Are? will begin on Thursday 24 November with an episode featuring Danny Dyer
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The General Register Office for England and Wales has added two civil registration indexes to its website, and will also be trialling a new online certificate service
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Plus: FIBIS chairman steps down after 15 years; Forces War Records creates Dedication Wall; Findmypast adds Surrey monumental inscriptions; Historic England seeks war memorial help
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The Victorian Slum comes to an end on Monday evening, while there's a chance to catch Samantha Womack's episode of Who Do You Think You Are? the following day
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An article in Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has inspired Sarah Williams to look at the time that her grandmother spent working on a farm during the First World War  
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Plus: Deceased Online publishes Bath burial records; Ancestry adds Norfolk electoral registers; Scottish witchcraft records go online; Long Shop Museum receives £2 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant
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If you love 19th-century social history you're in luck this week, as there's a chance to catch a brand-new episode of The Victorian Slum, plus three instalments of Victorian Bakers
Features
Thankfully for researchers, our ancestors’ financial woes tended to generate quite a paper trail. Jonathan Scott looks at some of the best resources for finding records of debtors and bankrupts online
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Historic burial and cremation records from Bath have been uploaded to Deceased Online, with further entries due to be added to the website over the coming weeks
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Learn how to uncover the lives of your rural ancestors with the November 2016 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from Tuesday 25 October  
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