There isn't an awful lot to report on at the minute, but here goes...
Ireland does OK news-wise today, though. Nothing earth-shattering, but check this lot out:
- 1922 Irish Military Census now online - see comment here and here;
- Useful background info and links on Ireland's Tithe Applotment Books;
- The latest Eneclann newsletter;
- A new post on FindMyPast Ireland about Irish convicts Down Under.
Back in the UK, if you're involved in 'community heritage' in some shape or form, then you may wish to partake in the 'Community Archive & Heritage Awards'.
Here's your weekly dose of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
Some important information regarding the Hawick Heritage Hub.
This is a pretty neat website/blog looking at the subject of 'North Churches' (North-East England). Thanks to @CharlotteFrost1 on Twitter for pointing this one out.
The latest TNA podcast looks at the issue of the 'Archives Sector: the Leadership Challenge'. TNA have also asked their online users to complete a survey.
And that's about it - apart from, that is, the usual Tuesday listing of forthcoming events:
- Saturday 17th November - Wolverhampton Local History Fair;
- Sunday 18th November - Dorchester Book Fair;
- 19th-28th November - London History Festival;
- Saturday 24th November - Maynooth local history conference;
- Forthcoming Postcard Fairs. There is also a Postcard, Cigarette Card & Stamp Fair at Durham County Hall, Durham, on Saturday 17th November (10am-3pm) - contact Gareth Burgess on 01368 860365. It is always advisable to contact organisers before travelling a long distance;
- The National Library of Scotland's 'events page' has recently been updated;
- Don't forget the ongoing Scottish History Festival (until 30th November);
- Check out the Scottish Genealogy Society's 'Programme of Classes' over the coming months;
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
And keep in touch with the latest news via the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
From the 'Wonders & Marvels' blog...