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PEOPLE researching their family tree are being offered the chance to surf the net for free.

Library bosses in Leamington and Warwick have organised a series of computer sessions which will include help from librarians Felicity Fleming and Chris Maloney, with people able to access census returns and world wide web sites.

Felicity said: "The sessions are in response to growing public demand for all things genealogical and an increasing awareness that the internet can be a very useful resource for family history researchers.

Places on the April 13 and 14 courses must be booked in advance on 01926 412550.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Apr 10, 2000
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