Here's your usual Tuesday round-up of forthcoming events:
- Saturday 29th October - Doncaster & District FHS FH Fair;
- Saturday 29th October - North-West Group of FHS FH Fair, Manchester;
- Sunday 30th October - East Sussex Record Office FH Open Day, Lewes;
- Saturday 29th October - Bromley FH event (see Chris Paton's post);
- Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th October - Aberdeen Book Fair (for this and the next three events, see www.pbfa.org, and click on 'Calendar 2011' - though link not working today!);
- Saturday 29th October - Lyme Regis Book Fair;
- Saturday 29th October - Uppingham Book Fair;
- Sunday 30th October - Essex Book Fair;
- Sunday 30th October - Horncastle Postcard Fair (check with organiser);
- A final reminder about the GOONS Railway Seminar on Saturday 19th November at Swindon (booking deadline 12th);
- And here's some more information about the London History Festival of 14th-24th November.
Welsh researchers may be interested to learn of the completion of the Powering the World Project - a venture to catalogue and improve access to the nation's business collections. The official announcement is here, and the dedicated blog can be found here.
This looks like a tasty book: Dublin 1911 - just the sort of thing you may wish to put on your Christmas list!
TNA's latest Podcast, English Burial & Cemetery Records Online and On Film, is now available.
And I know I mentioned this a few days ago, but there is a handy listing of all those recent additions to the Ancestry databases to be found here (Warwickshire, Dorset & West Yorkshire stuff).
Here's the sort of story us genealogists revel in: an amazing coincidence which occurred on a beach in Normandy - see here.