Another edition of the Lost Cousins newsletter is now available - please don't miss out, as it's another good 'un.
The latest issue of the free Irish Lives Remembered is available, too.
More Irish stuff (forthcoming events) here.
Essex Record Office's latest e-bulletin can be found here.
Military enthusiasts will want to check out the latest news from Warfare.
Here's an event for tomorrow in Northern Ireland which I'd overlooked.
A new index/register of English stillbirths is on the way.
I see WikiTree seems to be getting back into the swing of things - see here.
Here's a 'free entry' ticket for next week's 'Back To Our Past' fair in Dublin.
Some of you may be interested in these forthcoming courses from the Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies.
Time for another mention of the regular online newsletter from Electric Scotland.
A couple of recent posts on the 'Mad About Genealogy' blog are worthy of mention:
If you can be bothered to follow the 'Ancestry buy-out' rumours, then you'll want to take in the latest here. And there's been another addition to the Ancestry 'team' with their purchase of 1000memories.
Strange piece about the woman who married her own father - accidentally, that is. (thanks to @DebbieKennett on Twitter).
And here's a thought-provoking piece about how the Internet is helping to make us immortal.
News from the British Library Document Supply Service.
From the BBC HistoryExtra website:
And the BI-Gen Twitter feed can be followed here.