The latest e-bulletin from Essex Record Office is now available, complete with a list of upcoming events (and many other things).
Here's a nice round-up of recent releases (and future plans) from DeceasedOnline.
Can't recall if I've mentioned this or not: news about an RAF records digitisation project. The same website has a piece about a Manchester map collection.
Canterbury Cathedral Archives reopen soon - see here (thanks to @AchievementsGen on Twitter).
Users of TNA's online catalogue should take note of this.
A new genealogy course begins at Durham County Record Office soon (thanks to @GenealogyGent on Twitter).
Recent developments on the FamilySearch site are covered by Chris Paton, here. And Chris also brings us happy news concerning the Scotsman Digital Archive.
Though it has a North American bias, Ruth Blair's blog is always worth a look. See this useful post as an example.
Here's a helpful post about Scottish Tax Rolls by blogger Alan Stewart.
Latest edition of 'Irish Lives Remembered' is now available (free).
Irish researchers may also wish to check out this post by John D Reid. And John also reviews a new genealogy book with Scottish connections, here.
GenealogyInTime has its latest worldwide round-up of genea stuff here.
The Two Nerdy History Girls give us their weekly round-up of history links.
Kirsty Wilkinson provides interesting food for thought on the process of genealogical research.
The latest TNA Podcast.
Forthcoming events (not many, I'm afraid)...
- Scottish Genealogy Society's upcoming Programme of Classes;
- GOONS DNA seminar (on 9th Feb - book before 27th Jan);
- Forthcoming Postcard Fairs;
- The BBC's Things To Do page.
Remember, there's plenty more news at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
Thanks to John D Reid for this short video (funny, but contains swearing)...