Plus: TheGenealogist adds Cumbria, Essex and Norfolk records; Free Irish genealogy 'toolkit' hits the web; WDYTYA? LIVE talks due to be revealed; Mental health records go online
Over three million historic Catholic records from Britain and the USA can now be searched on Findmypast, with further material set to be published online in the future
Warwick Davis receives the famous WDYTYA? treatment, while members of the Robshaw family gather round the table for some 1930s cuisine in Further Back in Time for Dinner
Plus: TheGenealogist releases military magazines; Rugby Football Union teams up with CWGC; Findmypast adds Victoria petty sessions; IGRS elects Honorary Life Members
WDYTYA? takes a break next week, but there are still plenty of TV and radio picks to enjoy, including Britain's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley and a remake of classic drama Roots
Plus: Jersey parish registers go digital; Tipperary records now free online; Researcher seeks families of Fleetwood WW2 heroes
Actor and comedian Greg Davies searches for his Welsh forebears in Who Do You Think You Are?, while Further Back in Time for Dinner sees a family tuck into some Edwardian cuisine
Plus: East India Company files revealed; Findmypast releases Methodist records; New additions to the British Newspaper Archive; Plymouth History Centre work begins
More than 300 people took part in WDYTYA? Magazine's first-ever Transcription Tuesday event this week, helping to make thousands of historic records more accessible to all
Plus: Ancestry asks users to solve casebook mysteries; Findmypast publishes new records and offers free access; Oxford Dictionary of National Biography adds 240 new entries
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