Blood and horror next time, I promise!
The darker corners of #genealogy...
Warning: it gets gruesome later...
Australian Convict Sites - UNESCO World Heritage Centre
Great to see that UNESCO has listed a number of Australian convict sites as being heritage sites... They are listed here, among them Port Ar
Anglo-Celtic Connections: Getting started in family history: Cyndi's List
I was speaking to a neighbour the other day who knows I'm into family history, he even knows about this blog, but finds it too advanced. So
Saved from Dumpster: an Amazing Map Collection - Eastman's Online Geneal...
The occupant of the 90-year-old cottage had died in February. Matthew Greenberg's job was to empty the home so it could be demolished and it
JOHN GRENHAM on the National Library's latest venture...
Keep up to date with the latest happenings from Clare Roots Society Transcription Groups... and Irish news in general. This is The Way They
Anglo-Celtic Connections: Computer hard drive backup
We all know the importance of backing up our computer hard drives; they don't last forever. At yesterday's BIFHSGO conference talk on Dropbo
Tuesday's tip - what does it look like, what does it sound like?
When you are searching in indexes, sometimes you don't find what you are looking for because the spelling isn't what you expected it
Nicholas Delaney, Irish rebel in 1798, transported convict, Australian p...
Home page for 'A Rebel Hand: Nicholas Delaney of 1798' by Patricia and Frances Owen
British & Irish Genealogy: OK, Let's Have Your Attention!
The Easter weekend is over, so let's all wake up and try to get the genea world moving again. Still struggling to find any major news it