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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).
The National Archives (TNA) will close on Mondays from January 2010 in an attempt to save money, but England’s premier archival institution insists that the expert services it provides to family and local historians will not suffer as a result.
Over 18 million records from Greater London between 1538 and 1980 now available to search through Ancestry.co.uk
findmypast.com to feature exclusive subscription access to the 1911 census for England and Wales when it publishes records next month
The entire 1911 census of Ireland is now available to search online for free as a project by the country's National Archives reaches completion
Think you know your family history? The makers of a new gameshow are offering the chance to prove it – on national television
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This month's cover CD gives readers access to the entire Scottish 1901 census – completely free
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