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This year's Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE promises to be bigger and better than ever – and event organisers have revealed the first celebrity guest.
Records detailing the service of thousands of RAF officers can now be searched online for the first time
Full service records of millions of First World War soldiers are available to browse online for the first time at Ancestry.co.uk.
Construction finishes on Cardiff's Glamorgan Archives, allowing staff to start transferring thousands of records into the new building
Thousands of records freely available for the first time thanks to completion of five year digitisation project
Centre includes dedicated resources for family historians
A new website, developed by academics from the University of Nottingham, will offer a window into Nottingham's cultural past during the mid-19th century.
19th-century street directories from Belfast and nearby towns have been made available online for the first time by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
Records of thousands of European soldiers who served in Bombay (Mumbai) during the 19th century can now be searched for free online
Street directories from Belfast and surrounding towns spanning much of the 19th century have been made available to search online for the first time by the Public Record of Northern Ireland (PRONI).
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