Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

43rd anniversary of Yes Minister.

Charles II sculpture gives new life to pub’s dead oak tree

A Guide to the Naval Records of the National Archives of the UK, by Randolph Cock and N A M Rodger.
Free online as a pdf, the 2nd edition of this large volume may be a bit dated in the details.

The Holloway Aeronauts: Charles Green

New from Global Genealogy, and Specials
This week Global Genealogy Published The Ancestors and Descendants of John Cameron, United Empire Loyalist and Lady Mary Cameron of Cornwall Township, by Duncan (Darby) MacDonald. Back in print this week, The Picturesque St. Lawrence River, Kingston and Cape Vincent to Morristown and Brockville (1895), by Jno. A. Haddock. Also a selection of book at 50% off- that sale end today (Sunday) while supplies last. Find out more here.

The LDS perspective on Rootstech
Not long to wait now!

Genealogy and the Little Ice Age
New from Calgarian Wayne Shepheard and Australian publisher Unlock The Past.

A Year of War in Ukraine (map)

Thanks to this week’s contributors: Anonymous, Brenda Turner, Glenn Wright, Nancy, Paul Milner, Penny Allen, Teresa, Unknown

2 Replies to “Sunday Sundries”

  1. The story regarding the preservation of an old Oak Tree was terrific.
    Thanks, John, I forwarded to many local heritage volunteers in my community.

    G. B. St. C.

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