We'll begin with a little bit of reading in the shape of three newsletters, thus:
- S&N Genealogy Email News. A bumper issue, with plenty of important news for TheGenealogist members; but a fair bit for non-members, too, with some interesting articles;
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission February newsletter;
- Eneclann newsletter (county focus on Louth).
Deceased Online has finally got those Chester records up and running, it seems. Quite a major release by the sounds of it - with more to come pretty soon.
A couple of items have popped up on the SoG blog:
- Clampdown on unofficial GRO certificates websites;
- Report on the society's visit to Christ Church Spitalfields.
Chris Paton has penned a lengthy piece entitled 'Land Inheritance in Scotland', which will interest many of you.
John D Reid has provided a nice summary of the Essex Ancestors set-up, here.
And what an interesting 'food for thought' piece this is: 'Family History - before it's too late' from MyHeritage.
[W.Somerset Maugham, English writer]
Death will be a great relief. No more interviews.
[Elbert Hubbard, American writer]