Here are my favourite blog posts from the last few weeks.
Irish Genealogy News has a post called “Anglican Record Project releases trio of registers.” This is about the latest release from the Church of Ireland digitization project.
John Reid of Anglo-Celtic Connections has a new update on the happenings at Library and Archives Canada with a post entitled “Service at LAC.” You can only view items at LAC but you might not even be able to view them there with the poor upkeep of the microfilm readers.
The National Archives of England blog has a post written by Audrey Collins called “Censuses compared.” Audrey compares census records from the US and Britain.
Kerry Scott of the Clue Wagon blog has been at it again with another wonderful post called “Dead People, Dead People, Dead People, SQUIRREL!” Oh I so agree Kerry.
The Brit-Ish Heritage Forum has a posted called “London Huguenot Record Treasures at FamilySearch” which provides a long list of items at FamilySearch to help you with your Huguenot research.
The British GENES blog has a post called “Irish Family History Event video” which has a video from the first ever Irish Family History Event held in Dublin over the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. There are several other small videos available.
What were your favourite blog posts from the last few weeks?
Let me know in the comments below.
Other bloggers that write their own lists are:
Genea-Musings – Best of the Genea-Blogs
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