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The Ministry of Defence used DNA samples from family members to identify Able Seaman James Cameron Robertson
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The partnership will make 400 years of family history records available to Findmypast subscribers
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Plus: Free criminal ancestors website launches; British Newspaper Archive adds Bedfordshire, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire titles; Researchers appeal for names on lost war memorial
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As Britain prepares to celebrate the royal wedding, Catherine Curzon reveals the wide range of roles our ancestors could have filled as servants to historic kings and queens
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Plus: Who Do You Think You Are? 2018 celebrities revealed; Ancestry adds 1939 Register to its collections; Two major family history events announced for 2019
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The Register, which is free to access on Ancestry until 13 May, records the population of England and Wales at the start of the Second World War
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As Ancestry adds the 1939 Register to its collection, WDYTYA? editor Sarah Williams explains why the register is an essential family history tool
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Don't miss the June 2018 issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from Tuesday 8 May  
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Plus: Findmypast launches Surrey baptism collection; Scotland's first Jewish Heritage Centre to open; British Newspaper Archive adds Second World War submarine newspaper
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A family history DNA site was used to identify the suspected Golden State Killer - but what does this mean for the safety of our genetic data?
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