Scotland has recovered from Hogmanay with a splattering of news items, thus:
- New public record releases by the Scottish Government (15/30yr rule);
- New edition of Tracing Your Scottish Ancestors now available;
- A selection of forthcoming talks, etc., by Scottish FHSs;
- Scottish Catholic researchers may be interested in this post by Chris Paton;
- And Chris also has an item concerning upcoming lectures at the RCAHMS in Edinburgh.
FindMyPast Ireland has made a new release in the shape of the Clonfert Wills, Administrations & Marriage Records 1663-1857. More useful insight from Claire Santry, here.
Elsewhere, we have news of the Android version of the Ancestry App.
And a small detail regarding the various versions of the 1911 Census for England & Wales is ably explained by blogger John Reid, here. As John says, though, there are very few census entries affected by this development.
The MyHeritage blog has a piece about inherited diseases/disorders and family history research.
Though not of immediate interest to those of us outside the US, this new genealogy TV show may well find its way over the Pond in the coming months - so keep an eye out for it.
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There's a nice little article in today's Jersey Evening Post about some of the material released under our local 100-, 75- and 30-year rules. Taster here.