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Genealogy website Findmypast has released four free Irish record sets in partnership with the National Archives of Ireland and FamilySearch
BBC Four re-airs a topical documentary on the history of grammar schools, while Victoria and Albert’s marriage is in sight – only to be halted by Parliament – in ITV’s Victoria
Plus: Historic Irish BMD records now free online; Twile adds GEDCOM merge feature; Scientists confirm cause of Great Plague; Campaign seeks families of Llanelli war heroes
The Queen meets her future husband in ITV drama Victoria, while there's another chance to watch former footballer John Barnes uncover his family tree in Who Do You Think You Are?
Detailed records of historic Irish births, marriages and deaths have appeared on the web more than 24 hours before their ‘official’ launch
Irish civil registration records set to go online in a move that will transform Irish genealogical research
Plus: Irish names database expands; "Enemy alien" files hit the web; Findmypast adds Victoria passenger lists; Ancestry publishes Kent Poor Law Union records
A BBC Four documentary offers a nostalgic glimpse into Scotland's past, while there's another chance to catch Larry Lamb's classic episode of Who Do You Think You Are?
Plus: Ancestry adds Irish police gazettes; "Technical difficulties" force ScotlandsPeople Centre closure; Yorkshire society relaunches site; Council backs £1.7m archive centre for Powys
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