Friday 10 August 2012

New 'Mag' + News From Far & Wide

A new Internet resource entitled the Irish Heritage Magazine has appeared on the scene - thanks to the Irish Genealogy News blog for the tip-off.

This may have crossed my path before, but there's another chance to listen to BBC Radio 4's The Library Returns - find a short intro and the relevant link here.

FindMyPast has made available another record set: Prison Ship Records, 1811-1843.

There's been a flurry of activity at the National Archives of Scotland website, with news concerning the new William Wallace exhibition and a major new acquisition. Follow the links from their homepage for more information.

Those within striking distance of London may wish to consider signing up to this SoG course.

I hope you will take care to read and learn the lessons from this short article by Michael J. Leclerc entitled Mark Twain's Warning to Genealogists.

Another article dwells on the thorny issue of sibling rivalry.

And from the BBC's HistoryExtra website:

More, of course, to be found at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.

Oh, and if you fancy writing a little article for me, then look out for tomorrow's post!

Offspring? I think not...

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