Tuesday 30 April 2013

Genealogy News - 30th April

Many of you may have heard about the fire at the National Library of Wales. For a neat overview check out Chris Paton's short post on the topic. Chris also highlights an important recent press release from the NLW re. copyright issues.

Here's a fascinating story via blogger Dick Eastman (thanks also to @SueWilkesauthor on Twitter).

The 'Abroad in theYard' blog has an interesting piece on red-heads.

If you're deeply into Scottish genealogical research - especially as a profession - then you'll want to keep tabs on these recent developments.

There have been a few updates made to Ancestry's records - have a quick look here (1911 Census + Liverpool stuff).

For NEW customers only: use discount code TELLY when registering at FindMyPast.co.uk to secure 40 free credits.

Want to know about Inquisitions Post Mortem? Here's a good spot by @CharlotteFrost1 via Twitter.

Dabbled in genetic genealogy lately? Then take this survey by John D Reid.

Thanks to @MyHeritage on Twitter for this story about three sisters born in nine months ... and they're not triplets!

A couple of new podcasts have appeared on TNA's website. Click here, and browse through all they have to offer.

Here's your weekly dose of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.

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Don't forget the BI-Gen Twitter feed.

Via @AncestryUK on Twitter...

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