We'll begin this weekend's post with some reading:
Here's a worldwide family history round-up from GenealogyInTime.
Background info on the most recent episode of WDYTYA? (inc. a link to the programme itself).
Latest TNA Podcast.
Irish news from Claire Santry:
Oh, and then there's the latest issue of Irish Lives Remembered.
A new society of interest to family and local historians: the Society of One-Place Studies.
Derbyshire researchers may wish to check this out.
Changes at Northamptonshire Record Office.
A useful general article on 'Types of Burial Records'. The same blog has a couple of other posts on the subjects of mourning etiquette and examples of mourning.
Interesting food for thought: The Things We Couldn't Say.
New issue of Your Family Tree magazine.
October issue of HistoryToday.
The usual history links round-up from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
Latest from the BBC:
- Thursday 19th September - Family History Event at the ScotlandsPeople Centre;
- Friday 20th & Saturday 21st September - York National Book Fair;
- Saturday 21st September - Family & Local History Fair, Doncaster;
- Saturday 21st September - SoG Open Day;
- London events;
- Huge list of events at the National Library of Scotland;
- September at the National Library of Ireland;
- Various Irish courses;
- Upcoming Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way). There is also a Postcard/Stamp Fair at St.Andrew Blackadder Church Hall, High St., North Berwick, on Sat 21st Sept, 10.30am-4pm (contact: Gareth Burgess on 01368 860365);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
And there's more to be found at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
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