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Tonight is genealogy TV night once again: Country music star and
cookbook author Trisha Yearwood, a native of Monticello, Ga., traces
her roots on TLC’s “Who
Do You Think You Are?” at 9/8 central.
Yearwood visits the Nashville
Public Library to search for information on her father’s side of the family. She’ll
also go to England, but not to trace royal lineage, as
Cindy Crawford did in last week’s episode.
TLC describes Yearwood’s search, “she uncovers an ancestor’s history of crime,
loss, and perseverance.”
Here, she combs through a document with historian James Horn at the
National Archives of England.
In case your evening involves other plans or you don’t have cable, TLC has been posting
“Who Do You Think You Are?” episodes on
the show’s website after they air.