This is a combined post for Family Tree Frog’s National Family History Month blog challenge thinking on our genealife in lockdown. I don’t know about you, but downsizing, sorting and clearing “stuff” has definitely been a theme for me. Over the past few years, I’ve been confronted by the same choices many of us are … More How do you decide?
Each weekend in August Aussie genealogy bloggers are participating in Family Tree Frog’s National Family History Month blog challenge. The topic is Genealife in Lockdown and I’ve chosen to be very liberal and lateral in my interpretation. As I mentioned last week, one topic occupying many minds in the last 18 months has been travel … More Istanbul, Sepia Saturday & NFHM
Isn’t it amazing how this year has galloped away? Or is it just me? August is past the half-way mark and I’m just reminding you of a couple of timelines. National Family History Month (NFHM) August is the month when we celebrate all things family history and there’s been plenty of events on around the … More Time’s ticking in August
First of all many thanks to Coordinator of National Family History Month, Shauna Hicks. She does an amazing job single-handed but with great financial support from the Sponsors. Did you submit your interest in winning one of the excellent prizes? I did and we’ll all know the outcome soon. The month has seemed quite crazy … More National Family History Month 2017
Over the years I’ve often written about battles and family members who have fought in them. Today is a little more personal. As a young bride, I went to the then-Territory of Papua New Guinea with my newly-minted husband. Nothing all that strange in that perhaps, as many young women made the same migration for … More Monday Memories, NFHM and Milne Bay
Here is my own response to my National Family History Month (NFHM) geneameme. I’ll be collating all the responses in a couple of weeks but if you want to read them in the meantime you can check the links in the comments. What are you doing for NFHM? This meme is my contribution to NFHM. … More My response to NFHM 2014 Geneameme
Recently I received this email from Emma from My Heritage. I’ve not long had a subscription with them and have been finding their records useful. I like to compare the results I get from different suppliers – sometimes you get info from one that’s not on another, or you get better/different transcriptions. Most recently I’ve been … More My Heritage – August Aussie Access