Ancestry have released a new dataset: Civil Divorce Records, 1858-1911 (note: they only cover England & Wales). Further comment from Audrey Collins, here.
The latest TNA podcast focuses on wills. And don't forget TNA's sale.
Here's the latest newsletter from the National Library of Ireland.
A new website dedicated to Methodist history has been flagged, here.
Other genealogy bloggers have been quite busy, so here's a round-up from my favourite trio (these are all worth following, by the way)...
John D Reid has 'blogged' a few interesting bits and bobs of late:
- UK DNA testing options;
- The Genealogical Proof Standard and DNA testing (food for thought!);
- Book review of 'The Genealogist's Internet'.
Similarly, blogger Claire Santry has several Irish items of note:
- Latest Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives additions;
- Limerick lectures;
- Book review of 'My Ancestor Was Irish'.
And Chris Paton has the following news to spread:
Oh, and here's the usual weekend stuff from the Beeb:
And don't forget that there are more news items at the BI-Gen twitter feed.
A couple of oddments for the weekend...