FindMyPast have been busy. Check out these two very recent releases:
Ancestry have added London School Admissions & Discharges, 1840-1911 to their holdings - see their updates page.
The Irish Genealogy News blog has a list of 'exhibitions, lectures and other events' for March.
If maps of Scotland are your thing, then check out the recent news item on the National Library of Scotland website, here (you may have to scroll down a bit).
John D Reid has published his regular update re. the FreeBMD website, here. Website itself here.
Exactly how much is owed to our libraries in overdue fines? Have a look at this.
Chris Paton gives a neat summary of the curious practices of the Mormon Church in his blog post, here - including recent controversies.
I quite like the latest post on TNA's blog. Nothing to do with archives, you understand, but still worth a look.
- Early colour photographs (from @JayneShrimpton);
- Who was St.David? (from @odnb);
- Old Maps Online website (from @archives4london).
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Today's item of weirdness comes, again, from The Quack Doctor blog, that excellent chronicle of historical ailments, cures and remedies...