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Each week the Who Do You Think You Are email newsletter publishes family history deals, amongst other interesting things. This week, the newsletter has links to Valentine's Day offers from DNA testing companies and a discount on Society of Genealogists membership. On top of that, the newsletter itself is free and often contains links to articles in the Who Do You Think You Are magazine which are free to read. To view this week's newsletter online, go to <http://e.whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com/q/1f7AVIfBVcTybkIHsKBv6Ly/wv> or <http://tinyurl.com/y7kbbttm<. To sign up to receive the free newsletter, go to <http://www.whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com/newsletter> or <http://tinyurl.com/y9lrkntx>. Do you know of any other free resources? Please let us know! Lynne
First announced by Peter Calver in his LostCousins newsletter and now written about by UKBMD, a variety of family history societies, and Who Do You Think You Are Magazine, certificate costs will increase 16 February 2019. From Who Do You Think You Are magazine, "Increased charges for this service, which will come into force on 16 February 2019, have now been published in Statutory Instrument No 1268, 'Registration of births, deaths & marriages, etc., England and Wales', available on the UK government's legislation website. "The cost of print certificates will increase from £9.25 to £11, and from £23.40 to £35 for the priority service, which allows delivery on the next working day. The same costs will apply if researchers order the certificate from their local register office. "In October 2017 the GRO introduced a new pilot scheme allowing researchers to order PDF copies of digitised birth and death records for £6 each. Following an estimated 79,600 PDF orders in three months, the scheme was extended indefinitely. "The cost of PDF records will now increase to £7, with priority deliveries available at £45. "If researchers make an application to the GRO for a certificate copy without knowing the index reference, there will be an additional non-refundable fee of £3 in exchange for GRO staff carrying out a search of the index. Currently, this service is free. "There will also be a fee of £3.50 where the GRO cannot fulfil an order because the staff cannot locate the record with the information provided. "The increased fees are the first pricing changes at the GRO since 2010."
From <http://livelb.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/news/changes-to-our-fees/> - "From 1 February 2019, there will be changes to some of the fees we charge. "Archive boxes on repository shelvesAs a government department providing a public service, we are able to charge for some statutory services (as defined by the Public Records Act ) on a cost recovery basis. The Fees Order, which regulates our fees, has been refreshed from the last calculation which came into effect 1 April 2017. We are maintaining the standard approach in line with the HM Treasury publication, Managing Public Money, to set charges at a level that will recover full costs, ensuring that The National Archives neither profits at the expense of consumers nor makes a loss for taxpayers to subsidise. "There are both price increases and decreases, for example a digital copy up to A3 size goes up by 10p to £1.20. Currently, our research service cost £23.35 per 15 minutes, this will go up by £1.00 however, the charge for a copy of a naturalisation certificate will go down by 25p to £27.15. "As there is no legal requirement for The National Archives to digitise physical public records these services are by definition discretionary. We have therefore removed the following digital surrogate related lines: • The creation of digital surrogates funded by others (for a commercial return, or to widen access) • Reprographic charges (Production and Estimation) • Image Library (Serviced Copies – Colour Photograph) • Digital Downloads • Conservation for Digitisation "In addition to, but separate from, the Fees Order changes, we are introducing a fee for the provision of letters of no evidence of naturalisation, in the same way that we charge for certified copies of naturalisation certificates. They will incur a fee of £27.15 which is regulated to be the cost recovery price (i.e. the cost to The National Archives doing the work). "A full list of fees can be found here <www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/record-copying-prices-february-2019.pdf>" Don't shoot the messenger! Lynne
And I reciprocate. A Merry Christmas and Happy New year to you. Warren Bartlett Grandson of Samuel Leakey Bartlett of North Curry ________________________________ From: Lynne <[email protected]> Sent: Friday, 21 December 2018 12:11 PM Subject: [ENG-SOM-NORTHCURRY] Season's Greetings Dear Friends, My sincere best wishes to all of you for a very merry Christmas. May the coming year bring you peace, good health, and joy, plus a few demolished brick walls. Warm regards, Lynne list admin. _______________________________________________ Be sure to post in PLAIN TEXT, not MIME or HTML. Except for personal messages, please reply to the list. _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community
Dear Friends, My sincere best wishes to all of you for a very merry Christmas. May the coming year bring you peace, good health, and joy, plus a few demolished brick walls. Warm regards, Lynne list admin.
The Christmas edition of the FFHS has links to multiple giveaways -- too many for me to list here -- and a DNA report in which you might be interested. See <https://mailchi.mp/ffhs/christmas-newsletter-2018?e=e5e58f2aea> for the online edition. Enjoy! Lynne
From the Macquarie University in Australia, some Coronial Inquests extracted from local newspapers. Scroll down and click on the country of interest then click on the county. There's also a page of deaths at sea. Be aware, it's a very interesting resource but also very gruesome. <http://www.law.mq.edu.au/research/colonial_case_law/colonial_cases/less_developed/coronial_inquests/> or <https://tinyurl.com/yb3ct2qe> My thanks to Adele on the Lancashire list for pointing out this resource. Please do let us know if you find an ancestor mentioned. Lynne
Hello everyone 'Tis the beginning of the Festive Season (although according to many retailers, it started before Halloween). In any case, Hanukkah has begun and, to all who observe, I wish you a joyous Festival of Lights. With wishes for peace, love, and joy, Lynne
Ah yes!!!! My father, Sydney Bartlett, was the son of Samuel Leakey Bartlett and Anna Dare Cousins of North Curry-Stoke St Gregory. Born in Australia, my father enlisted in 1916 and was subsequently badly wounded near Ypres. He died in 1972. Lest we forget. Warren Bartlett ________________________________ From: Lynne <[email protected]> Sent: Saturday, 10 November 2018 4:33 AM Subject: [ENG-SOM-NORTHCURRY] Lest We Forget As Remembrance Day approaches, let us remember those we lost as well as those that fought and lived. Please tell us about the ancestors you would like remembered as we mark 100 years since the end of the First World War on Remembrance Sunday. My grateful thanks to all who served. Lynne _______________________________________________ Be sure to post in PLAIN TEXT, not MIME or HTML. Except for personal messages, please reply to the list. _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community
As Remembrance Day approaches, let us remember those we lost as well as those that fought and lived. Please tell us about the ancestors you would like remembered as we mark 100 years since the end of the First World War on Remembrance Sunday. My grateful thanks to all who served. Lynne
Ancestry has a free tip sheet in PDF form. The slant and illustrations are from a US perspective, but the ideas work on either side of the Atlantic. See https://ancstry.me/2zhouwd to download the document. Do you have some tips to share with us? There are a lot of subscribers to this list with varying degrees of expertise. As well as your queries, please post research advice, event information, and other family history information. Most of us are eager learn and you can help keep the list alive by posting. Lynne list admin.
If you're near London - From <https://www.iwm.org.uk>: Until 29 October Daily | 5pm and 7pm As part of the IWM Short Film Festival 2018, we are delighted to be presenting free daily screenings of They Shall Not Grow Old, Peter Jackson’s artistic response to the First World War, co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW and IWM. Archive footage has been transformed offering a new perspective on this 20th century conflict to a 21st century audience. Peter Jackson, best known for directing The Lord of the Rings trilogy, has created a new film using original footage from Imperial War Museums’ extensive archive, much of it previously unseen, alongside BBC and IWM interviews with servicemen who fought in the conflict. Footage has been colourised, converted to 3D and transformed with modern production techniques to present never before seen detail. Tickets for the 5pm and 7pm screenings will be released an hour before on a first- come-first-serve-basis to those in the queue, at 4pm and 6pm respectively, and must be acquired in person. Please note that spaces are limited. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Suitable only for 15 years and over. Imperial War Museum Lambeth Rd, London SE1 6HZ Find out more about the IWM Short Film Festival 2018 in this year's programme at <https://www.iwm.org.uk/file-download/download/public/7727>
deathonmydoorstep - An interesting, albeit ghoulish site. "This is a website about the gruesome side of your local history. It’s what I call “Necro-History”. Every town, village and city has had multiple tales of murder, suicide, and accidents. I hope to feature and research these from the Victorian and Edwardian era. "Suicide’s that occur in well-known or religious buildings, murder in a theatre, ghost stories, tragic mining and train accidents, vicar running off with a barmaid, concealment of birth by servant’s, lynchings in the U.S.A. along with cannibals in the South Pacific. These are just some of the stories on the website, along with thousand’s more. It might look a bit amateurish, wonky and a bit cheap. There’s a good reason. I’ve got no money and I’m an amateur, with this being my first effort at a website.... "Please remember with this website that the Victorians had a morbid fascination with death and some of the stories will churn your stomach. (Murder, Suicide, Infanticide, Cannibalism and Lynchings)...." Who knows? Maybe one or two of your ancestors are mentioned. Am not posting the URL since we're still having problems with extended ProofPoint URLs, but Google will find it. Lynne
The Heritage Open Days web site has a printer-friendly list of properties and events by regions, counties, towns, and local councils. There are also several ways to search for events. Since the problem with extended ProofPoint URLs hasn't been fixed yet, the web site URL is not included here. Instead, just Google for Heritage Open Days 2018. If you attend any of the events, please write to the list about your experiences. Lynne
New blog: Tracing your Female Ancestors and Electoral Registers The blog is written by a member of the Manchester & Lancashire FHS, but the advice is pertinent to all researchers. See <https://manchesterarchiveplus.wordpress.com/2018/08/01/tracing-your-female-ancestors-and-electoral-registers/> or <https://tinyurl.com/yc5zgvej> Here's hoping the guidance the blog contains will help you demolish a brick wall or two. Lynne
From the Powers That Be: "We will be moving our Mailing Lists to newer and what should be better performing machines on Thursday July 26, 2018. "You can expect somewhere between 4 and 8 hours of downtime. "No emails will be lost, but everything will be delayed...." Keep your fingers crossed that all goes well! Lynne
Good news from The General Register Office (GRO): "PDF Extended Pilot "GRO has been piloting a service providing PDF copies of historical birth and death records. The pilot, originally extended to July 2018, has now been extended further to continue to assess longer term demand and there is no planned end date at this time. Further communications will be provided in due course. "Applications for PDF’s cost £6, must be made online and include a GRO index reference. England and Wales records available in this extended pilot include: "Births: 1837 –1917 "Deaths: 1837 –1957" To learn more about the PDF Pilot, see <https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/PDF_most_customers_want_to_know.asp> or <https://tinyurl.com/o9uuszg>
If you live near Kew (lucky you!) or have an opportunity to visit, you may be interested in some of the events at The National Archives. Links to details can be found at <https://tinyurl.com/yd9nrwbw> All events must be pre-booked, whether paid or free. Thursday 5 July 2018, 14:00 "Sisters are doing it for themselves" talk. Thursday 12 July 2018, 18:30 Kitty Marion: Activist, arsonist, suffragette Saturday 21 July 2018, 10:00 Tudor takeover day Wednesday 1 August 2018, 14:00 Before Shakespeare Thursday 2 August 2018, 14:00 The making and breaking of marriages, 1700-1900 Tuesday 7 August 2018, 10:30 The Time Travel Club - Archive animals (4-6) Thursday 9 August 2018, 10:30 The Time Travel Club - Archive animals (children aged 7-11) Thursday 16 August 2018, 12:30 User forum Thursday 23 August 2018, 14:00 Thomas, Lord Fairfax and the Second Civil War Tuesday 28 August 2018, 10:30 The Time Travel Club - Treasure in the archives (children aged 4-6) Thursday 30 August 2018, 10:30 The Time Travel Club - TV, toys and technology: Being a child in the 1960s (children aged 7-11) The National Archives Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU Tel: +44 (0) 20 8876 3444
From the Commonwealth War Graves Commission: "Can you help us? "We're looking to contact relatives of the following First and Second World War casualties listed here: http://ow.ly/mPi130klLPC "Please help us by sharing our appeal." Surnames mentioned: CURNOW DAVIES EVANS FORD FRANCIS GIBBONS GOBLE HARDS RUSSELL WAKEFORD If you are related to one of the above casualties and can provide the Commonwealth War Graves Commission with documentation, contact the UKNA Technical Team at [email protected]