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The Maritime Archaeology Trust has announced a new project to research the Second World War servicemen who left their names on a wall in Southampton
In this week's roundup, we've got your chance to commemorate the First World War with a Tommy figure, and family history event tickets
With the major new records release, the website is now 'the only show in town' for Kent ancestors
This month, TheGenealogist introduces a new Map Explorer feature, Surrey parish records go online at FamilySearch and more
Action for Children has released photographs of children in Victorian homes as part of a nationwide search for their descendants
When will the 1921 census be released? How will it help your family history research? And what can we expect in 2021? We spoke to Pete Benton at the ONS to find out more
Series 2 of the popular family history crime series returns this week - and here's your chance to be featured in series 3
We take a look at what we can expect from next month's Family Tree Live - including a free DVD giveaway for WDYTYA? readers
In 1939, Eleanor Anstruther's grandmother 'sold' her son. We talked to Eleanor about turning her family history into her new novel, A Perfect Explanation
Many researchers are seeing unexpected Jewish ancestry in their DNA test results. Emma Jolly explains what the results mean
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