Weekly round-up

News
17 March 2016

Plus: Free Dublin directory goes online; PRONI unveils new-look website; Shropshire Archives faces council cuts; Heritage Lottery Fund appoints new chief executive

News
10 March 2016

Plus: Staffordshire burials added to Deceased Online; County Durham records hit the web; Royal British Legion reveals details of Somme centenary tour; Mystery benefactors prevent Elgin Museum closure

News
03 March 2016

Plus: Scottish 1930 Valuation Rolls hit the web; Ancestry and Findmypast add Irish Catholic parish registers; Newspaper archive offers access to Easter Rising material

News
25 February 2016

Plus: Irish journals released on web; Cornish war memorial littered with errors; University to launch free online genealogy course; Norwich names new honorary freemen

News
18 February 2016

Plus: TreeView desktop software goes on sale; The National Archives confirms changes to fees; FamilySearch updates Durham collection; Websites add historic Merchant Navy records

News
09 February 2016

Plus: Vast collection of Irish Catholic parish registers unveiled; The National Archives calls for User Advisory Group volunteers; MyHeritage launches new version of Family Tree Builder

News
04 February 2016

Plus: RootsTech 2016 kicks off in Salt Lake City; 'New options' for FTM users revealed; MyHeritage uploads Irish census records

News
28 January 2016

Plus: Findmypast adds Phillimore marriages; New Australian records hit Ancestry; British Newspaper Archive reaches milestone

News
21 January 2016

Plus: Findmypast to offer unlimited access to 1939 Register; Family Finders seeks new series participants; New project to share WW1 Jewish stories

News
14 January 2016

Plus: Volunteers sought for New Zealand WW1 project; The National Archives appoints new executive directors; Transcribers invited to attend London conference

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