Monday 25 June 2012

London, Genetics & Ireland

The latest TNA Podcast is ideal for London researchers - check out 'Lost in London'!

An interesting post has appeared on The Genetic Genealogist blog concerning the accuracy of the AncestryDNA test, and particularly its 'Genetic Ethnicity Prediction'. Ancestry themselves also attempt to explain things (a little thinly) here.

A flurry of Irish news:

Here's the latest update re. 'Newest Genealogy Records on the Internet' from the folk at GenealogyInTime.

This looks like a cracking new website: 'Britain From Above, 1919-1953'. See also the related Daily Mail Online article. Just launched today, apparently.

Blogger & researcher Kirsty Wilkinson points out an unusual resource for researching your Scottish female ancestors.

Here's the usual weekly round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.

The July issue of HistoryToday magazine is now available.

As ever, more stuff available at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.

From St.Dunstan's, Stepney:

Here lies the body of Daniel Saul,
Spitalfields weaver - and that's all.

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