This looks very useful indeed: the new 'help section' from The National Archives website.
The Lost Cousins Newsletter is always incredibly useful, too - latest issue here.
The Ancestry.com blog has a couple of interesting posts. One concerns the AncestryDNA set-up (with some interesting 'comments', too), and the other introduces their new 'Support Communities' venture.
Ever wondered about the use of images from the internet and copyright? Well the National Library of Ireland has reminded us about the copyright-free source that is 'The Commons on Flickr'.
More about Bolton Cemeteries from DeceasedOnline. There's another helpful link here.
Scotland has a new 'Registrar General & Keeper of the Records of Scotland'.
Here's a little piece about tonight's FindMyPast TV Show.
Latest TNA Podcast (Cockleshell Heroes).
Important news concerning Baptist records from Chris Paton's blog.
The usual weekly round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls is here.
Many of you may be aware of the North American-based 'In-Depth Genealogist' - well, it's been re-jigged and re-launched. Read all about it here.
Your forthcoming events...
- Various London events;
- Events at National Library of Scotland;
- Events at PRONI;
- Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
More items of interest at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
From the MailOnline...