FindMyPast have released new records pertaining to Middlesex.
And the FindMyPast blog features an article on the family tree of Inspector Morse creator, Colin Dexter. Oh, and there's a piece on the Guinness family, too.
The latest announcement from TNA details the release of another tranche of colonial admin records. There's a related news item here and a Podcast. And regular users of TNA's online catalogue will want to read this.
DeceasedOnline have unveiled their latest record set: Plumstead Cemetery.
Pembrokeshire Record Office have recently circulated this piece of important news.
A reminder that the National Library of Scotland's 'Reader Workshops' are due to start soon.
There's a little bit more info on the William Roache episode of WDYTYA? here (including a link to the show itself).
Blogger Chris Paton has a useful list of forthcoming genea events in London. Oh, and he highlights a great series of Scottish genealogy workshops, too.
There's been a fair amount of activity on the FamilySearch website for British & Irish researchers of late. Claire Santry sums up the situation nicely. Claire also has helpful posts on a new Irish TV show and the Irish FHS.
Here's an interesting (and underused) source of local history - old 'road guides' or 'strip maps'.
Ancestry have issued another update for Family Tree Maker 2012.
Researchers who use the Archives Hub website may be interested to know that they now have a regional search facility.
Here's some info on the SoG's next 'Open Day'.
Latest from the BBC's HistoryExtra website:
Don't forget the BI-Gen Twitter feed - remember that stuff gets mentioned here that often doesn't make it onto the blog (and you don't have to formally join Twitter to read my feed).
Oh, and I've a little announcement to make tomorrow (Saturday), so do call in to see what it's all about.
Must try to trim down my staff...