WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?

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It’s exciting watching the stars of Who Do You Think You Are? as they delve into their family history. But it’s not just celebrities who have incredible stories in their past. Discover the TV-worthy tales in your own family tree with our expert advice.

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Fill in the gaps in your tree, then order your ancestors’ certificates, with our user-friendly indexes, 1837-2005.

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