Oh dear, there's very little in the way of genealogy news around at the minute. It seems that everyone (apart from me, that is) is revving up for Christmas. Never mind - let's see what we've got...
Many of you will be aware of the fact that well-known English genealogist, Dr Nick Barratt, is set to return to The National Archives - and is likely to let go of many of his family history interests and connections. A neat summary of proceedings can be found here.
Here's the latest E-Zine from the FFHS.
The release by FindMyPast of the records of Kilmainham Hospital, Dublin, has been supplemented by this little article about the institution in question.
The latest TNA Podcast is now available.
Blogger John D Reid reminds us of what's on offer from Pharos as regards online tuition.
Important news for Armagh researchers.
Ayrshire researchers will be delighted with the availability of this little lot on the DeceasedOnline website.
Curious about the stats behind the 2011 Census? Then take a look at this post from Chris Paton.
The Two Nerdy History Girls can always be relied upon to bring us an entertaining collection of history links.
Events are somewhat thin on the ground...
- Sunday 16th December - Exeter Book Fair;
- News from the SoG about their events line-up for 2013;
- Forthcoming Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
Please don't forget about the special offer from C W & S Parkinson Genealogical Storage.
And there's always the BI-Gen Twitter feed for the latest news (though, again, news items have been hard to come by of late).
From the 'Bizarre History Blog'...