I have been scaling back on blog posts and some other activities since the first of the year to give more concentrated attention to a book project. However, I'll still make short posts for items that appear to be of use to readers.
One such item is the free day coming up this week for a new site for Irish documents. The web site IrishCentral.com announces:
Online "Irish History Day" launched with 21 million birth, marriage and death records released
Dublin-based Findmypast.ie announces inaugural day to celebrate launch of massive genealogy resource
Read more: http://www.irishcentral.com/news/Online-Irish-History-Day-launched-with-21-million-birth-marriage-and-death-records-released-187578211.html#ixzz2IcG0VRqa Follow us: @IrishCentral on Twitter | IrishCentral on Facebook
Many of you may be familiar with FindMyPast.com. If you are not, think of it as Ancestry.com with a British accent. It is owned by BrightSolid which also owns a number of websites of potential interest to genealogists:
You may want to check out several of them. But don't forget that Thursday may be the most important day for Irish researchers until March 17th.