Oh dear, there really isn't very much to report on at all this week - but that's not unusual for early January. Anyway, let's have a look at what's on offer...
First of all, you may wish to have a browse of this message from the WDYTYA? website. If nothing else, please do follow the link to their 'Directory' which looks very handy indeed!
Two useful recent posts by John D Reid:
A couple of Irish items from Claire Santry:
PRONI have overhauled their online directories collection. More info here.
Forthcoming IHGS courses.
Latest Parish Chest Newsletter.
January newsletter from the National Library of Scotland.
Techies may be interested in the latest announcement from MyHeritage.
Pen & Sword Books' January sale.
And the usual Friday stuff from the BBC History website:
Please also call in at the BI-Gen Twitter feed for other items of news and useful links. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Twitter, well, you don't need to sign up to read my tweets - just click on the link above, then keep calling back regularly. However, it's best if you sign up fully - and even then you don't have to actively participate (or 'tweet'), as you can simply sit there quietly and merely 'follow' others. Good fun.
From the Sussex Ancestors blog...