FindMyPast have released another batch of records pertaining to North-West Kent.
How about this little snippet of gossip re. Ancestry's future?
Think you might be interested in Irish gravestone inscriptions/photos? If so, then check out the 'comment' made to my posting of 31st May by Jane Lyons - see here. And there's more Irish gravestone news here.
A couple more bits of Irish news from the keyboard of Claire Santry:
A few more 'forthcoming events' have popped up:
- Friday 8th June - Durham County Record Office Family Fun Day;
- Friday 8th & Saturday 9th June - Penn Local History Fair (Wolverhampton);
- Saturday 9th June - Denbighshire Archives Open Day (exhibition launch).
I am sure that you will find this post by Kirsty Wilkinson interesting: Is There Too Much About the War in Family History TV? Do you agree?
The latest HistoryToday Podcast can be found here (Opium Wars).
More snippets available via the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
From Belturbet Churchyard, Ireland:
Here lies John Higley, whose father and mother were drowned in their passage from America. Had they both lived they would have been buried here.