Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Events, Offers & Newsletters



This weekend's forthcoming events are dominated by the giant annual get-together that is the Yorkshire Family History Fair. I have exhibited there many times in my former days as a small time publisher during the late 90s and early 00s, though I shall not be there this time around. It's a fantastic event - get there if you can.




Another money off code is available from the folk at FindMyPast.co.uk. Click HERE, have a look around, then proceed to checkout, where you should use the code JUNE10OFF to get 10% off your chosen subscription package. Note that this only applies to FindMyPast.co.uk. Code lasts from 26th June to 1st July.


The June edition of the S&N Genealogy Supplies 'Email News' can be found here. Whatever your research interests, do have a quick look as there's lots of new stuff on offer from S&N/TheGenealogist contained therein.


The latest Parish Chest newsletter is also now available (remember to scroll down the bulletin for the latest product releases).

MyHeritage has released its new SuperSearch feature. US blogger, Randy Seaver, has a nice summary here.

Thanks to Claire Santry for this list of forthcoming Irish events.

John D Reid has this interesting post on the subject of genetics (the subject matter is mainly concerned with health/disease and genetics).

Chris Paton brings us this snippet concerning genealogy workshops in Devon.

This looks interesting ... check out the promotional video for The European Library, the new creation from Europeana. The website itself is here.

Oh, here's another offer for you. I see that Lulu.com is offering 20% off purchases until Friday 29th June (see their homepage which shows the code here). So now's the time to buy up all my books at my Lulu storefront! You have to register at Lulu (free) before you can use the site. P&P is a bit hefty on 'hard copy' books, but if you buy more than one then it works out much better.

More news at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.




From 1930s America...


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