Thursday, 30 May 2019

Latest British Connections edition now available for ISBGFH members

The latest edition of British Connections (Vol 20, issue 2), for members of the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History, is now available.

In the current issue I have contributed two articles, one on Irish poor law records, the other on the Irish Registry of Deeds. There are also articles from Christine Woodock, Paul Black, Irene O'Brien, Sylvia Tracy Doolos, Beryl Evans and Maurice Gleeson, covering topics such as English, Welsh and Scottish poor law records, the Scottish, Welsh and Irish naming patterns, DNA, and the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage.

To sign up to the society, and to access the digital magazine, visit https://isbgfh.org

(With thanks to Christine Woodcock)

Chris

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