The latest Lost Cousins Newsletter is now available - including news of their forthcoming forum.
DeceasedOnline have released new records for East London (and they have a competition, too).
You may wish to consider booking for the GOONS' next seminar (Trades Unions) in Coventry in May.
The latest Podcast from TNA is entitled 'The Will Forgeries: a forgotten sensation'.
Dick Eastman's blog carries an interesting DNA-related story about the pursuit of a cure for diabetes.
The National Library of Wales is calling for volunteers - see here.
FMP Ireland have some news about WWI Irish Soldiers' Wills.
More Irish news (TV stuff) from Claire Santry.
A couple of interesting posts from Chris Paton:
A useful genealogy book review.
The weekly history links round-up from the Two Nerdy History Girls can be found here.
I forgot to mention this on Friday: the latest BBC History Podcast.
Nice piece about the origins of the British Library.
Here are your forthcoming events...
- Saturday 16th February - FHS of Cheshire's 'Family History Day', Northwich
- Saturday 16th February - Durham Book Fair;
- Upcoming events at the National Library of Scotland (updated list);
- Scottish FHS talks;
- Irish events;
- Forthcoming stuff at Belfast's Linen Hall library;
- Postcard fairs (check with organisers before travelling a long way). There is also a postcard fair at Kinross Church Centre (High St.) on 16th Feb, 10.30-4 (contact number: Gareth Burgess on 01368 860365);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page;
- And of course the WDYTYA? Live! Fair is getting pretty near!
And there's always the BI-Gen Twitter feed for more news, etc.
From the MyHeritage blog...