OK, so it's a bit of a slow start to the genealogy year, but it's about time I brought you up to speed...
First up, it's the latest Lost Cousins Newsletter.
London researchers will want to check out the free online heritage guide from the City of London's website, which includes a helpful 'What's On' section.
And more from London: the January listing from Gresham College (talks are free and open to all).
Here's the latest CWGC Newsletter.
Ancestry has added an important new resource to its database, namely, the 'UK Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960' - see their 'updates page' for the relevant link.
Blogger Alan Stewart reminds us of the upcoming episodes in the ongoing series of the 'Find My Past TV Show'.
There's a new railway workers database available at the National Railway Museum.
News from Claire Santry's 'Irish Genealogy News Blog':
As we're a bit short of news, here's a couple of articles that may tickle your fancy. Firstly, check out this Chinese couple's very special celebration; then there's a really neat DNA analysis article.
The usual set of Friday links from the BBC History website:
More bits and bobs at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
New Year Stuff...