Ho-hum. Once again, not much news to bring you. Anyway, here's what we have...
Definitely worth a look is the latest 'Newsflash' from the Guild of One-Name Studies.
Ever considered volunteering at The National Archives? Check out an informative post on the topic on TNA's blog.
Irish researchers will want to browse the latest Eneclann e-newsletter (including a county focus on Fermanagh).
Those of you with Warwickshire ancestry may wish to investigate the new release at Ancestry (well, an 'update', anyway) - follow the link from here.
Origins.net have released brand new Lancashire and Surrey Wills material.
I think Audrey Collins' latest book deserves a little plug.
Always good to keep abreast of developments at GenealogyInTime Magazine.
Here's a reminder of the recent release of Greenwich cemetery records at DeceasedOnline. Related blog post here.
Latest update from the Ireland Genealogy Project Archives.
The latest Podcast from BBC HistoryExtra will interest many of you.
The usual weekly round-up of history stuff from the Two Nerdy History Girls is here.
And here's the monthly history crossword from HistoryToday.
Oh, and keep an eye on the BI-Gen Twitter feed, of course.
Blimey, almost forgot: the week's forthcoming events...
- Saturday 22nd September - Doncaster FHS Family History Fair;
- Saturday 22nd September - Families in British India Society Open Meeting, Manchester;
- Saturday 22nd September - Stamford Book Fair;
- Sunday 23rd September - West Middlesex FHS Open Day, Hampton;
- Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd September - Edinburgh Doors Open Day;
- Postcard Fairs at Woking (21st & 22nd), Eastbourne (22nd), Chester (22nd), Bloomsbury (23rd), Stockport (25th) and Birmingham (26th) - see here. Please check with organisers before travelling a long distance.
- BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
I'll have half a dozen boxes, please...