The Christmas lull is starting to creep in, I fear, as the genealogy news begins to fall away. Never mind, we still have the following to keep us busy...
FindMyPast have released new British Army Service and Pension records (inc. some Irish stuff - be careful to scroll down the article).
The National Archives' on-site museum has now reopened.
DeceasedOnline continue to add to their 'Bolton Collection'.
Thanks to the FFHS for circulating news of another WWI digitisation project.
PRONI users will want to catch up on this report by Chris Paton.
Here's a great blog post for those of us wanting to learn a little about old handwriting.
Now available: the latest issue of Your Family Tree Magazine.
Seems like it's time for another issue of the free, online 'Irish Lives Remembered' Magazine.
More Irish news from Claire Santry:
Here's a forthcoming TV programme which may be of interest to genealogists.
Why not take a vote on the recent series of WDYTYA?
From the BBC's HistoryExtra website:
- The week's 'History Headlines';
- Latest Podcast;
- Christmas issue of BBC History Magazine;
- Forthcoming history TV/radio;
- A reminder of the BBC's 'History TV On Demand' service.
And don't forget BI-Gen's Twitter feed.
Fun at the library...