A couple of new websites have been brought to our attention by the Scottish GENES blog which, firstly, thoroughly recommends the BBC's Ulster-Scots effort which was launched a few days ago. Read the blog post here, and the direct link is here. The very same blog also suggests that the Medals Reunited Project is worth a look, too - see here. Thanks Chris!
A website that is hardly new, and which many of you will be familiar with, is FamilyRelatives. Well, as blogger John Gasson points out, they are celebrating their fifth anniversary with a special subscription offer, which lasts until the end of May. Check John's post out, here, where you will find the relevant information. Good spot, John.
John Reid, of the Anglo-Celtic Connections blog, tells us of an article on DNA which took his fancy - see his post here...
... and he also brings us the result of the little survey he posed us last week, here.
One last thing. MyHeritage have posted a little video effort, here, which caught my eye. Quite apart from the content, it seems like a really neat idea to put something together like that using photos of the places where your ancestors lived. Food for thought.