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The details of millions of people married in England during the 20th century have been added to a major online collection.
The details of thousands of soldiers killed, wounded or captured during the Second Boer War (1899-1902) can now be explored online for the first time.
This week's pick of the best TV and radio for family historians
A new website aiming to capture the memories of generations of Scottish people involved in conflict around the world as gone online
It's back! The BBC is poised to screen the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? from July through to September – and this time there are nine family history-packed episodes for you to look forward to...
The announcement of the new line-up for this year's series Who Do You Think You Are? proved to be a big talking point on our new Facebook page this week
To celebrate the 500th member joining our new Facebook page, we have five copies of Census: The Expert Guide to give away, including all you need to know about tracing your ancestors in the decennial survey.
Family historians with Irish roots will be able to explore the country’s 1901 census online for the first time after the completion of a major digitisation project by the National Archives of Ireland (NAI).
We've teamed up with YourOldBooks&Maps to offer readers 50% off the price of their Premium Subscriptions, giving you the chance to explore their fantastic collection of archive records.
A collection of archive material from the BBC has been made available online to as part of an archive commemorating the 70th anniversary of the evacuation of Dunkirk.
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