Archives for April 2012

Kent Parish Records Online

FindMyPast has added the following parish register transcripts to their collection……

16,713 Kent baptisms from the parishes of Crayford, Greenwich and Darenth covering 1813 to 1856

1,454 Kent marriage records from Greenwich spanning the years 1791 to 1842

This record launch marks the start of a new project between findmypast.co.uk and North West Kent Family History Society.

www.findmypast.co.uk

 

Parish Mouse

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Until now the only time I have come across a parish mouse is when I have been handling original registers and found nibbling around the edges and a certain, distinctive mousey odour !!

However today I have come across the Parish Mouse website where this particular mouse is putting online transcripts from historical books that he/she has collected over the years. What a lovely idea and how generous of the Mouse to share with fellow family historians.

I had a look around the site, but couldn’t find a name for Parish Mouse, does anyone know who it is ?

http://parishmouse.co.uk/

Technorati Tags: Parish Mouse,Historical Books,Genealogy,Family History

Cyndi’s List

Picture1In the early days of internet genealogy Cyndi Howell started one of the first websites that consisted of links to other websites of interest to genealogists.

That was 15 years ago now and Cyndi and her list are still going strong, so take a look if you haven’t been there before or renew your acquaintance if you haven’t been there for a while!

http://www.cyndislist.com/

Technorati Tags: Cyndi’s List,Cyndi Howell,Genealogy,Family History

Rootstech Sessions now online free

Picture1Rootstech is a family history & technology conference that takes place each February in Salt Lake City, Utah. A number of this year’s conference session are now available online free of charge.

This is a conference that I have promised myself I will attend one day, but until the piggy bank is full enough I shall settle down and enjoy watching these videos and learning what technology holds for us genealogists.

Enjoy !

http://rootstech.org/