Here are my favourite blog posts from the last couple of weeks.
There are three posts of interest from Irish Genealogy News. The first is “Mount Lawrence cemetery: Phase 1 completes August” which is about the Limerick City Archives project to release the digitized burial registers for Mount Lawrence cemetery.
The next is “SeanRuad Townland Database has moved.” This is a very useful online database and thankfully someone has decided to host all the hard work of the late John Broderick.
The last post is “Familiar faces return to NAI Genealogy Service.” This is about the new consortium that has been created to provide a free genealogy advice service at the National Archives of Ireland. It was created by professional genealogists who had worked in the previous version of the Genealogy Service.
Dick Eastman is alerting us to “GenScriber 2.1.1” a free program for Windows to help transcribe many different kinds of records relating to your family history research.
John Grenham’s Irish Roots column in the Irish Times is called “Breaking up” and refers to the move of the GRO research room in Dublin.
This Intrepid Band has a post called “The ‘Burnt Records’” and it is a list of records that were destroyed the night the German’s bombed London in 1940. This is a very useful research tool for anyone researching the Great War in Britain.
The Empire Called and I Answered has a post called “Military periodicals online” which refers to the Army Lists from the British government. You can find a list of the periodicals to be found online at the Fibiwiki. FIBI is the Families in British India Society and they are very active in preserving documents.
Library and Archives Canada Blog has a posted entitled “The 1940 National Registration File” and this is a treasure not many people know about. I have used this several times and found some information that helped break down a few walls. Carefully read what is required to get a copy of the document.
What were your favourite blog posts? Let me know in the comments below.
Other bloggers that write their own lists are:
Genealogy Insider – Genealogy News Corral
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