Ancestry hosts medical records from New South Wales

Ancestry hosts medical records from New South Wales

If your ancestors migrated to New South Wales in Australia, these medical records collections on Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk) may be of interest:New South Wales, Australia, Medical Registers, 1925-1954http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=8819New South Wales, Australia, Hospital & Asylum Records, 1840-1913http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=8812ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family History on the Internet: A See all stories on this topic

National Archives at Kew – user forum dates

The National Archives (www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) will be holding public user forum meetings on the following dates:Wednesday 20 August 2014, 12:30-13:45Thursday 16 October 2014, 12:30-13:45Tuesday 18 November 2014, 17:30-18:45Thursday 22 January 2015, 12:30-13:45Tuesday 17 February 2015, 15:15-16:30Full details are available at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/get-involved/user-forum.htm.ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family HisSee all stories on this topic

Foundling Museum exhibition – The Generous Georgian

News of a major exhibition at the Foundling Museum in London (www.foundlingmuseum.org.uk): The Generous Georgian: Dr Richard Mead 26 September 2014 -4 January 2015The story of an eminent physician and patron of the arts who helped create the Foundling HospitalFor the last major exhibition of the Foundling Museum’s 10th anniversary year, the focus turns to the life and work of Dr Richard Mead (1673-1754), one of the most eminent physicians, patrons, collectors and philanthropists of his day, anSee all stories on this topic

UK, Naval Officer and Rating Service Records, 1802-1912 on Ancestry

From Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk):FIRST LOOK: SEARCH THESE NEW RECORDS BEFORE ANYONE ELSE Be the first to enlist with new UK naval records Does the sea run in your blood? Find out in UK Naval Officer and Rating Service Records, a detail-rich collection compiled for Royal Marines, Coastguards, Dockyard workers, Sea Fencibles, and Convict Guards.This week’s special offer lets you search them first, before anyone else gets hold of them. This gives you a head start on your family research this See all stories on this topic

New Books from Unlock the Past: Baptist History and Migration to New Zealand

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

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Leftie, gibble fisted and dolly pawed

I’m a southpaw, a leftie, gibble fisted and dolly pawed, to name just a very few of the titles bestowed on people like me. I am also possibly even a…See all stories on this topic

Meeting the Grade

Recently, I put in an Freedom of Information (FOI) request to review a couple of closed records. Both documents were from the series HO 405: Aliens Personal Files, Applications for…See all stories on this topic

Discovery – bigger, bolder and better!

In my last blog post I told you about the work we have been doing to upgrade our catalogue, Discovery. This innovative upgraded version of Discovery has been in ‘beta’ for…See all stories on this topic

Keeper’s Gallery: the Treaty of Versailles

This is a new series of blog posts on The Keeper’s Gallery, the onsite exhibition space at The National Archives. Each post will feature a document that has recently gone on…See all stories on this topic

@UnitWarDiaries: Live-tweeting the First World War

August 7 marks the anniversary of the first embarkations of ‘advanced parties’ of the British Expeditionary Force in 1914. The Expeditionary Force would constitute Britain’s military involvement in the fields of…See all stories on this topic

Free guides to finding your mining ancestors

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Free guides to finding your mining ancestors

Remembering the centenary of the UK’s worst mining disaster The worst disaster in the UK’s mining history happened at Senghenydd Colliery near Caerphilly, South Wales on 14 October 1913. An initial explosion ignited coal dust and caused a catastrophic explosion that ripped through the mine, killing 439 men and boys. To mark the centenary, you [...]See all stories on this topic

The history of Halloween

Discover how your ancestors welcomed this time of year with a feature from the YFT vaults  If you’re anything like our editor Adam, you may think Halloween is a silly custom that’s recently found its way to British shores in order for people to spend extortionate amounts of much money on costumes and eat too [...]See all stories on this topic

Bikers tour the country’s ‘thankful villages’

Celebrating the 51 villages whose soldiers all returned after WWI This summer Medwyn Parry and Dougie Bancroft rode Triumph Trophy motorbikes to every single one of the 51 ‘thankful villages’ in the United Kingdom. These are villages with no traditional war memorial because all who left to fight in WWI were lucky enough to return [...]See all stories on this topic

How to restore Your Family Tree subscriptions in Apple newsstand

Plus other common queries We are currently in the process of updating all our Your Family Tree app and migrating all users to an upgraded delivery system.  If you’ve updated your app or operating system recently but your purchases have not synced, please use ‘Restore Purchases’ to sync your account. ‘Restore Purchases’ is located under the [...]See all stories on this topic

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April and May 2014

Hello, hello and welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. This time we cover everything from …. how small societies etc. can survive without funding, family heirlooms, genealogy and microwaves, who owns your genealogy, browsing vs searching – what works better for you?, plagarism, vlogs and a whole heap more.See all stories on this topic

Visionaries building the Man Of Steel

Visionaries building the Man Of Steel

He turned to the very industries and entrepreneurs forging the Sheffield City … Tata Steel pledged a generous donation of steel, Sheffield Hallam …
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Laundry hoping to clean up at national awards

We opened in November with a dream of initiating a new concept in Sheffield which would be nationally recognised by the industry. We are incredibly …
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`PR and journalism are both extremely competitive fields`

… deputy head of department, Media Arts and Communication, Sheffield Hallam University tells Patricia Mascarenhas how the public relations industry …
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Health and safety probe after teen's accident

A health and safety investigation has begun after an 18-year-old was badly injured in an industrial accident at a Sheffield business yesterday.
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Exhibition celebrates city's work during war

War Work: Sheffield Industry and the First World War and Taking Life and … objects from the collection which reflect Sheffield's role in the Great War.
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Ancestry.com Cleans House and Discontinues Some Services

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Ancestry.com Cleans House and Discontinues Some Services

The latest big news to hit the genea-waves is that Ancestry.com are having a clean out in a bid to refocus their efforts, and in doing so are discontinuing a number of their services. Their MyFamily, MyCanvas, and Mundia sites will be closed down, and the Y-DNA and mtDNA tests which had been available through their DNA website have now been discontinued.See all stories on this topic

Guest blog: Who was ‘Yankee’ Jack?

My great-grandfather’s story – which has a family tree interest far beyond his amazing WWI adventure… My mother’s grandfather had always been a bit of a mystery. He spoke with, what people referred to, as an American accent, yet he had no known family or close friends and he never spoke of his family or [...]See all stories on this topic

Ancestry's forthcoming English archive tour with Tony Robinson

From Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk):SIR TONY ROBINSON MAY BE COMING TO AN ARCHIVE NEAR YOU Sir Tony Robinson to host exclusive WWI family history events at archives around the country Sir Tony Robinson to speak and meet guests at local record officesEvents will also feature talks from local representatives and Ancestry.co.uk family history experts Free to attend but places are limited – register online from todayActor, author and historian Sir Tony Robinson is touring the country for a series oSee all stories on this topic

Obama has 44 cousins in the Senate. Now can't we all just get along?

My research shows that we're all part of one big family. … I'm working with a team of researchers who are building the biggest family tree in history.
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Well done to the Mitchell Library!

There is a God…The Family History at the Mitchell service in Glasgow (www.glasgowfamilyhistory.org.uk), located on the 5th floor of the Mitchell Library, is now a proper hub!Well done to all concerned for enabling this. I was doing some client research there yesterday, and it really did make one hell of a difference – so a HUGE public thank you!ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family History on the Internet: A Guide for Family HistorSee all stories on this topic

USS Ranger – a supercarrier at risk

USS Ranger – a supercarrier at risk

Sixty year ago, on 2 August 1954, the first truly modern aircraft carrier from the keel to the truck was laid down. The Forrestal-class supercarrier USS Ranger (CV-61) was the […]See all stories on this topic

Historic fighter plane crash lands at Cornwall airshow

An investigation has been launched after an historic Royal Navy aircraft crash landed on the runway at an airshow in Cornwall. The plane got into …
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UKBMD's Local BMD Project seeks volunteers

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UKBMD's Local BMD Project seeks volunteers

From UKBMD:The Local BMD project, which has been running for over 10 years, involves volunteers working with local Register Office staff to create online indexes of births, marriages and deaths from 1837.The Local BMD indexes are more accurate than those held by the General Register Office (and others available online) because they are compiled from the original registers held locally and not from the quarterly returns that were submitted to the GRO by local register offices. Additionally, the See all stories on this topic

“WDYTYA? made genealogy cool. Sort of.”

As the TV show celebrates its tenth birthday, the BBC gets nostalgic with a 100th ‘greatest hits’ episode During its tenure as Britain’s best-loved family-history series, Who Do You Think You Are? has uncovered the unique and colourful ancestral stories of 100 famous faces, including TV presenters, actors, sports personalities, politicians, comedians, models and more. [...]See all stories on this topic

Gaol Siar ancestry research workshop in County Mayo

From Gaol Siar (www.gaolsiar.com) in Belmullet, County Mayo:Ancestry Research WorkshopLearn about websites for ancestry researchInterviewing & archiving family historyLearn about local resources availableLearn about family tree softwareHow to tell your family’s storyDates: 04 Aug & 11 Aug & 21 AugTime: 11.00 -14.00, Gaol Siar, Main St. BelmulletContact: Barbara 0872169625 or eolas @ gaolsiar.comBooking: Booking Essential, Cost 35 p/personChrisNow available for UK research is the new second ediSee all stories on this topic

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – July 2014

In this July edition of Inspiring Blogs we cover everything from genealogy-related activities to do in Summer, books every genealogy library should have, name variants, copyright on microfilm, querying goals vs strategies, killing off your ancestors and a bunch more. See all stories on this topic

New Zealand WW1 service records online

From Archives New Zealand and the National Library of New Zealand:More than 141,000 First World War service files are now available online, adding to the wealth of information detailing New Zealanders experience of the war made available by Archives New Zealand and the National Library.In possibly the largest and most complicated digitisation project in New Zealand’s history, Archives New Zealand staff identified over 141,000 First World War files, scanned the often crumbling, fragile pages anSee all stories on this topic

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RootsMagic Wants Your Feedback to Improve It

If you are a RootsMagic user, please take a moment to read this, as it is especially for you. The creators of RootsMagic have asked for feedback from users on how they can improve the program – so they need your input.See all stories on this topic

Vintage Australian Telephone Books

Vintage telephone books are an immense resource for historians. Really you say? Why? Well genealogists can use them to see where their ancestors were living at the time. And social historians can use them to see who in the town had a telephone, as well as what businesses were ….See all stories on this topic

WW1 Military Medal collection launched on The Genealogist

From The Genealogist (www.thegenealogist.co.uk):Newly released for the first time are First World War Medal Records that crossed the great social class divideOver 117,000 ‘Military Medals’ were awarded in the First World War for ‘acts of gallantry and devotion to duty under fire’. These records are now available to view online complete with an image of the actual Medal Card and a link to the official government publication of the time. It’s a unique, comprehensive set of records availaSee all stories on this topic

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2014

July is here and during June I read a bunch of fascinating blog posts. Ones about marking cemeteries on Google maps, do you need a desktop genealogy program?, dust in archives, what was said to the census taker, and using Evernote for audio recordings, to mention just a few … See all stories on this topic

Dorset Quarter Sessions Order Books 1625-1905

A new collection on Ancestry (www.ancestry.co.uk) for those with Dorset connections:Dorset, England, Quarter Sessions Order Books, 1625-1905http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=2448The source is Dorset Quarter Sessions, Order and Plea Books, 1625–1905, Quarter Sessions Minutes, sub-fonds Q/S/M/1 and Q/S/M/2, from Dorset History Centre, Dorchester, England.ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family History on the Internet: A See all stories on this topic

Sheffield energy industry supplier Roxspur acquired for £7.5 million

Sheffield energy industry supplier Roxspur acquired for £7.5 million

Sheffield's Roxspur Measurement & Control Ltd. has been acquired by Surrey-based TT Electronics plc for £7.5 million. Roxspur is a supplier of …
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Sheffield is new homes hotspot

The demand for new homes has prompted Sheffield Housing Company to speed up building on current developments … Posted via Industry Today.
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Sheffield shares £30m R&D fund

The money will be used in four areas: wings, engines, aircraft structures and radio communications. Nick Clegg said: “The UK's aerospace industry is …
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surveySkills shortage in quantity surveying

Concerns over skills shortages in the construction industry across the North are at their highest level since 2008, figures show. Some 49 per cent of …
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Newquay, St Ives and Falmouth are leading the UK's seaside tourist industry

The Sheffield Hallam University study into seaside tourism employment … employing 2,800, and Falmouth is in sixth, with 2,600 jobs in the industry.
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New home for industrial heritage sculpture

New home for industrial heritage sculpture

A sculpture marking Sheffield's industrial heritage is being relocated from the city centre to Kelham Island Museum after a successful campaign to save …
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Chemical industry backs frack plan

Steve Elliott, chief executive of the Chemical Industries Association, said the announcement was another positive step on the way to ensuring security …
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Graduate wins Sheffield Hallam trophy design competition

Christopher's design was chosen as it celebrates Sheffield's rich industrial heritage by incorporating stainless steel. The design was also praised for …
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UK seaside tourism industry 'remaining in good health'

The Sheffield team say their new figures show that seaside tourism employs more people than the motor industry, aerospace, pharmaceuticals or steel …
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Laing O'Rourke Appoints Paul Sheffield as Managing Director of Europe Hub and Member of …

Laing O'Rourke today announced the appointment of Paul Sheffield as … His passion for how the construction industry can positively influence the …
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