21/04/2018
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Try the Family History Week Document Challenge

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When tracing your family tree you'll find you need to track down all sorts of historic records and pick out those precious clues about your ancestors from the old documents. Take our family history document challenge and see what you know about these key genealogy research papers:

1 birth certificates

2 marriage certificates

3 death certificates

4 the census

5 the 1939 Register

6 the Medal Index Card

7 and a will

Click here to download the challenge, fill in your answers, and find out how you got on (we'll post the answers at www.family-tree.co.uk on Monday 23 April)

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