Here we go, then, with Tuesday's events listing...
- Thursday 17th May - History Fair at Dungannon Library, Co.Tyrone (see Chris Paton's post, here);
- Friday 18th May - 'Archives at Dusk' at N.Yks County Record Office, Northallerton;
- Friday 18th May - 'Remembering London Lives: Going to School in London' at London Metropolitan Archives (all day event - please book);
- Saturday 19th May - Local & Family History Day, Bolton Central Library;
- Saturday 19th May - Family & Local History Fair at Grimsby Central Library;
- Sunday 20th May - Kent Family History Fair, Maidstone;
- Saturday 19th May - Lincoln Book Fair;
- Sunday 20th May - Book Fair at London's Hotel Russell;
- Postcard Fairs at Porchester (19th), Sittingbourne (19th), Chester (19th) and Penkridge (20th) - see here (please check with organisers before travelling);
- A one for the following weekend: Saturday 26th May - Families in British India Society Spring Open Meeting, London;
- Also, Dorset FHS have a 2-day family history course beginning 24th May - see here.
Important news for the National Library of Scotland. [thanks to @scotsdiaspora on Twitter]
Another news update on TNA's new catalogue, Discovery, can be found here.
This is an Australian website, but it's a great general resource for family history material: Trove. Give it a try. [thanks to @BMSGH on Twitter]
Here's an interesting story about the demise of the British Empire & Commonwealth Museum - follow Chris Paton's lead-in, here.
I have been asked to give a quick mention to a new surname distribution & mapping service called 'Surname Origins' - covering the US, England, Ireland and/or Scotland. Not tried it myself, but you can check it out here.
Several sources have pointed out that the Library of the Society of Friends (Quakers) has launched a new blog - see here.
This is from a week or so ago: the release of the latest issue of Ireland's Genealogical Gazette.
More news at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
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