Sunday Sundries

Miscellaneous items I found of interest during the week.

A J Casson Jigsaw

Doug Ford’s Greenbelt mess is just the latest example of his disdain for rules

Rigorous Science – Wilfrid Derome
Forensics pioneer. Canada’s History magazine on the life and work of Dr Wilfrid Derome (1877-1931). Interred in Montreal’s Notre-Dame-des-Neiges cemetery.

New London Quakers: A Coda
The latest blog post from The Canadian Friends Historical Association. The Assocation website includes a mass of open access publications and documents relating to Canadian Quaker history, including transcriptions of handwritten meeting books going back to 1798.

TheGenealogist adds Lloyd George Land Tax Records for Oxfordshire

Sad to note the passing of BIFHSGO member Chuck Taylor

Five little-known inventors of the Victorian era

Thanks to this week’s contributors: Ann Burns, Anonymous, Brenda Turner, Daniel Horowitz, gail benjafield, Glenn Wright, Ken McKinlay, Nick McDonald, Nick Thorne, Patricia McGregor, Teresa, Susan Courage, Unknown.



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