Fall-out from the weekend's WDYTYA? Live! Fair is, well, everywhere! To catch up on the same you can do little better than scour Chris Paton's blog (you'll have to scroll down and click around a bit, such is the amount of news on his blog!). Included in Chris's reports are some interesting updates from TheGenealogist website and the big Tayroots Family History Day in Dundee on 5th April - so look out for them.
Elsewhere, we'll begin with that most excellent piece of fortnightly news, the latest Lost Cousins newsletter.
FindMyPast have some new Boer War records.
Here's the latest from DeceasedOnline's efforts in East London.
Good news for Essex researchers - have a look at this little lot.
Mocavo have launched their own online Family Tree Viewer.
A couple of handy posts from Christine Woodcock:
Irish blogger, Claire Santry, offers the following:
The usual round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
The latest sale from Pen & Sword Books (inc. a genealogy books offer).
The latest newsletter from the National Library of Scotland can be found here.
- Saturday 2nd March - Montgomeryshire Genealogical Society Open Morning, Caersws;
- Saturday 2nd March - Clitheroe Book Fair;
- Sunday 3rd March - Merseyside & Cheshire Family History Fair;
- Sunday 3rd March - Wilton Book Fair;
- Upcoming SoG events can be accessed here (you can change the month in the search bar);
- Belfast's Linen hall Library has a fancy new website - events page here;
- Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
Don't forget to keep in touch with the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
From The Wellcome Library blog...