The latest - and quite excellent - Lost Cousins Newsletter is now available. Lots of information and items to digest and ponder upon, so do give it a look.
There's more news from DeceasedOnline re. the second batch of Bolton cemetery records (Heaton) to be added to their database. There is a related blog post here.
Audrey Collins has posted a useful article on TNA's blog entitled 'Missing From the Census?'.
The TNA blog has also kicked up this thought-provoking piece from Emily Rumble: 'The Importance of Community Archiving'.
The latest worldwide round-up of genealogy news from GenealogyInTime can be found here.
The latest bulletin from FamilySearch contains reference to records pertaining to Ireland and Kent.
Blogger Alan Stewart brings us a little Armagh news.
There's more Irish news from Claire Santry - Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives developments and the 2nd series of 'The Genealogy Roadshow'.
Ruth Blair and Chris Paton have been blogging about recent shenanigans re. the Scotsman Digital Archive - both points of view can be accessed via the latter's post, here.
Here's the latest TNA Podcast (WWI).
And here's more WWI stuff: the extraordinary story of the 12-year-old soldier.
The weekly round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls can be found here.
Latest BBC HistoryExtra podcast.
And finally, here's your list of forthcoming events:
- 21st-24th Nov - Aylesbury family history drop-in sessions;
- Saturday 24th November - Ribble Valley Book Fair;
- Sunday 25th November - Cirencester Book Fair;
- 26th Nov-1st Dec - Cambridgeshire FHS exhibition/advice sessions;
- Forthcoming events at the National Library of Scotland;
- Check out this little lot at the Wellcome Library (oh, and the Wellcome Library's blog & website are changing - see here);
- Forthcoming Postcard Fairs (check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
More news items can be found at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.