The latest Lost Cousins newsletter is up for grabs.
Thanks to Claire Santry for the latest on the Irish 1926 Census release.
A major WWI project is in the offing - see Chris Paton's take on the news here.
MyHeritage subscribers will probably already know about the new 'Record Detective' feature of their website - but if not, here's a YouTube clip. Looks pretty neat.
If you're Scottish based and interested in historical newspapers, then please take note of this.
DNA research fans will want to take a look at this from Debbie Kennett's blog.
It's about time we had a look at worldwide genealogy news via the GenealogyInTime newsletter.
Here's the latest batch of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
Interesting piece on child migrants from TNA's blog.
Here's a brief history of the Huguenots.
Many of you may remember an appeal by genealogist Anthony Adolph for British folk related to Abraham Lincoln ... well, here's how it panned out!
And, of course, here's your forthcoming events:
- Saturday 18th May - 'Yesterday Belongs To You' Local & Family History Fair, County Hall, Durham (despite the lack of online info this is a 'big one', so do get along if you can);
- Saturday 18th May - Dumfries Book Fair;
- Saturday 18th May - Lincoln Book Fair;
- Sunday 19th May - Kent Family History Fair, Maidstone;
- Upcoming stuff at West Yorkshire Archives Service;
- Irish events (not all in Ireland!) and here - thanks Claire;
- Upcoming Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
Remember to also keep an eye on the BI-Gen Twitter feed for the latest news.
And please, PLEASE follow the link to some wonderful old colour footage from the 1920s...