The family of Peterloo protester Charles Worsley has donated the ‘Peterloo cane’ to the People’s History Museum
We take a look at the top family history TV and radio programmes this month - including Poldark, Who Do You Think You Are?, Gentleman Jack and more
The date for the first episode of Who Do You Think You Are? 2019, starring Daniel Radcliffe, has been revealed
Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine reader Anne Clark tells Claire Vaughan about her husband's family connection to a tennis pioneer
A large collection of 17th century tax records has come back online and is set to grow over the next few years
Plus: Ancestry digitises D-Day records; Irish civil records enter public domain; List of Windrush passengers published for the first time
The DNA testing company has unveiled new technology to reveal UK customers’ roots within the past 300 years
Everything you need to know about the BBC’s D-Day coverage, Who Do You Think You Are? USA, and the rest of this month’s family history TV programmes
We talk to Margarette Lincoln, author of the Wolfson Prize-shortlisted Trading in War: London's Maritime World in the Age of Cook and Nelson
This month, we’ve got new Second World War valuation rolls on ScotlandsPeople, Welsh wills on Ancestry and more
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