We'll begin with that most excellent of resources, the latest Lost Cousins Newsletter.
Here's another great read: the latest issue of the free, online Irish Lives Remembered.
Audrey Collins compares censuses from either side of the Atlantic.
Latest TNA Podcast. And here's an important item of TNA news re. the digitisation of WWI diaries.
A handy review/report on the recent Clare Roots Conference can be found here.
An interesting item re. early 'English Children in Canada' has popped up on the Anglo-Celtic Connections blog. The very same blog also gives us some useful Welsh leads and some advice concerning DeceasedOnline.
The April issue of the Essex Record Office e-bulletin.
A worldwide genealogy round-up from GenealogyInTime. And the same guys bring us this handy list of First Name Abbreviations.
Latest from Ireland Reaching Out.
And here's the National Library of Ireland's latest newsletter.
Taphophiles may wish to follow the leads in this post by Hazel Stewart.
I like this story about a very clever British teenager and his DNA experiments.
The weekly round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
And here's your forthcoming events:
- Saturday 13th April - York FHS Family History Fair;
- Saturday 13th April - Genealogy Roadshow, Cork;
- Saturday 13th April - Quaker FHS Conference, Bewdley (still time to book);
- Saturday 13th April - Bury St.Edmunds Book Fair;
- Saturday 13th April - Haydock Book Fair;
- Sunday 14th April - Wilts FHS Family History Fair, Swindon;
- Saturday 20th April - Cleveland FHS Family History Day, Scotch Corner (may still be time to book!);
- Irish events;
- Some advance warning of a Genealogy Summer School in Cork (June/July);
- A reminder about the upcoming SAFHS Conference in Galashiels on 11th May;
- More Scottish stuff here and here;
- Upcoming Postcard Fairs (check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
Check out the latest bits and bobs at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
Two great posts from the excellent 'Abroad in the Yard' blog...