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Amazing! Imagine the amount of family memories you could gather if you were part of this clan

Nought to 103 in six generations: Bradford family claim UK record
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What are your favourite Findmypast records? Parish, Crime, Newspapers or Military?
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He was living with his Irish wife and their son in a shared house

Adolf Hitler’s Liverpudlian Half-Brother In The 1911 Census
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Over 3.4 million new records for you to explore this weekend

Findmypast Friday 20th January 2016
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Are there any innovators in your family tree?

These celebs' ancestors were fairly inventive chaps...
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This fascinating interactive map shows you exactly where the Allied Forces dropped bombs during World War 2

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Have you made any of these errors during your family research?

6 Common Genealogy Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
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Celebrate Australia Day with this exclusive webinar on tracing your Aussie ancestors.

Thursday 26 January, 4pm (GMT)

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What discoveries have you made in the newspaper archives?

14 Pro Tips For Searching Our Newspaper Archive
Put this weekend's FREE BMD and census records access to good use by building your own family tree (it also helps that this weekend's free records are also the ones our clever hints system uses to suggest family members for your tree!)

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The University of Bristol used our historic newspaper archive to examine changes in everything from celebrity culture to politics and language use over the last 150 years. It's fascinating stuff, and a fantastically compelling advert for the importance of archiving information for future generations.

What Did Big Data Find When it Analysed 150 Years of British History?