FindMyPast have released 2 million new Hertfordshire records.
The best regular genealogy e-mag on the market is, of course ... the Lost Cousins Newsletter!
The latest Essex Record Office e-bulletin.
Here's the July e-newsletter from the CWGC.
More muddying of the water for future genealogists, possibly? (thanks to @DebbieKennett on Twitter).
More 'sale' books from TNA.
Latest news/talks from Gresham College, London.
Old handwriting a problem - try this?
Here's a short piece on the destruction of the Irish PRO in 1922.
More Irish news from Claire Santry with the latest Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives update.
And you'll want to check out the weekly round-up of history links from the Two Nerdy History Girls.
- Saturday 6th July - Reading Family History Centre Open Day;
- Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th July - Eneclann Genealogy Roadshow, Trim;
- Sunday 7th July - Arkholme Book Fair;
- Sunday 7th July - Sidmouth Book Fair;
- Family history lunchtime talks at the NLI;
- Here's the calendar of events at the National Museum of Ireland;
- More Irish events (thanks Claire);
- A number of events for this coming weekend were listed on this blog last week, but it may now be too late to book;
- Upcoming Postcard Fairs (please check with organisers before travelling a long way);
- The BBC's 'Things To Do' page.
And remember my mention last week of the National Family History Fair at Newcastle on 7th September? Well, I have put my name down for a stall - so I hope to see you there!
More stuff at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
Some fun from a 2012 post at the 'Abroad in the Yard' blog...
Surprising Ancestral Origins