Genealogy enthusiast Paul Seaton has already bought his ticket and is thrilled he will witness the helter skelter of battle as his forefathers did two …
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In between attending (and organising) numerous events, the team at Unlock the Past have finalised two new guide books. These new books cover Australian Baptist history and how you can use those records to your advantage as a researcher, and also migration to New Zealand, which many will find useful to help find and understand the records available for those who migrated there.See all stories on this topic
The recently launched civil births, marriages and deaths indexes database for the Republic of Ireland on Irish Genealogy (www.irishgenealogy.ie) have suddenly disappeared, with a message since 13.05 yesterday (Friday) now stating “Civil Records Search temporarily unavailable: Further update will be provided.”Rather oddly the category heading itself has disappeared from the menu at the top of the home page, but all other record sets remain accessible at present. Hopefully this is just some sort oSee all stories on this topic
The National Archives at Kew is running a workshop on Tuesday 22nd July entitled From mandarins to mandates, an overview of Foreign and Commonwealth Office records in The National Archives. The workshop “will look at records of the Foreign Office from when it was established in 1782, through to the merger with the Commonwealth Office in 1968 and up to the latest releases of records for 1982.”For further details visit http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/events/mandarins-to-mandates.htm.ChrisNow avSee all stories on this topic
The Irish government closed part of its genealogy website on Friday, after the country's data protection commissioner warned that potentially sensitive …
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