We'll begin the week with that most essential item of reading, the latest Lost Cousins newsletter!
Next we have a couple of posts from Claire Santry's 'Irish Genealogy News' blog:
- Registry of Deeds Index hits 100,000 milestone (Ireland-only resource);
- Update to Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives.
Here's a pretty comprehensive breakdown of what's in the new issue of Family Tree magazine.
If you're English and you enjoy using Twitter, then you may wish to participate in Tuesday evening's #Englandhour - see here.
If you've ever fancied joining the Society of Genealogists now could be the time.
The GenealogyInTime website has a nice (worldwide) summary of recent record additions to the Internet.
I found this piece about conserving old newspapers quite enlightening - and was somewhat surprised (and a little alarmed!) to discover that these old relics can actually be washed!
Here's the latest Podcast from TNA (Magna Carta).
Fancy a History crossword?
Check out the weekly history links round-up from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
An interesting question posed by the MyHeritage blog - but check out the splendid video!
More stuff at the BI-Gen Twitter feed (though it has been a bit quiet of late!).
Sir Christopher Wren's epitaph at
s Cathedral, London: St Paul'
Lector, si monumentum requiris, circumspice
[Reader, if you seek his monument, look around you]