Friday, 5 July 2013

Genealogy News - 5th July

DeceasedOnline have some important news for West Yorkshire researchers.

Essential reading by way of the July issue of the Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies newsletter.

Ancestry's 'updates page' has seen a fair bit of activity of late, including a couple of items of UK interest.

The more serious researchers out there may wish to peruse TNA's announcement on the subject of 'Open Government Licence.' TNA are also flying the flag for independent booksellers this week - a worthy cause indeed for us history nuts.

Whilst with TNA, I should also remind folk of the wealth of entertainment available at their podcast website - see here.

Sussex researchers may wish to investigate mention of their little corner of the world in the latest FamilySearch update.

New records for railway workers from England's south-west.

Nice article on the the work of the CWGC (thanks to @YourFamTreemag on Twitter).

Here's a new genealogy blog that you may wish to add to your reading list - from Debrett Ancestry Research (thanks to Dr Susan Morris for the tip-off).

And the usual Friday stuff from the Beeb...

More at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.

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