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Part time traveler & genealogist. I blog this. I love sport, NRL team Melbourne Storm & Chelsea FC & I drink coffee. By day I work to fund this.
Part time traveler & genealogist. I blog this. I love sport, NRL team Melbourne Storm & Chelsea FC & I drink coffee. By day I work to fund this.

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Loving this grass cloth wallpaper. I now just need to figure out how to more easily share on my work google and not my personal google.????
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What a lucky save!
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How one of my childhood sweets lead to a gene discovery that found my grandparents out dancing. #genealogyphotoaday

Genealogy Photo a Day via Instagram – Day 3 Sweets. When I was a kid one of my favourite childhood sweets was a thing called a chocolate fish. So you knew what they looked like I thought I would find a picture to share so typed chocolate fish into Papers…
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Child at the beach - photograph by FG Reade. He shot and developed his own black & white photos. #genealogyphoto

Day 30 Beach – Photograph by FG Reade This photograph by FG Reade is from my father-in-laws collection. I have called is Child at the Beach. Francis Graham Reade (1924-1988) or F.G. Reade, as he labeled his prints, shot and developed his own black & white…
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Alona Tester gave us The Ancestral Places Geneameme challenge for this years Family History Month so I thought I should squeeze into my busy life having a go at this. The bulk of my ancestors and relatives come from the New Zealand and the United Kingdom.…
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Use Your Society to Honour Local People. A Janice Cooper talk at the Footsteps in Time local & family history conference, May 2017.

Why share a story? Here is another review of a talk at the Footsteps in Time Conference: Being interested in how societies and individuals can use modern technologies to promote, share and research family history Janice Cooper’s talk titled Honouring…
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Use Your Society to Honour Local People. A Janice Cooper talk at the Footsteps in Time local & family history conference, May 2017.

Why share a story? Here is another review of a talk at the Footsteps in Time Conference: Being interested in how societies and individuals can use modern technologies to promote, share and research family history Janice Cooper’s talk titled Honouring…
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Restricted Records -- A Word to the Wise
This is going to be short note. While doing a microfilm search on the Brigham Young University Family History Library webpage, I got the above response to my search. Because I seldom believe such notices, I immediately searched for the same item online. I f...
Restricted Records -- A Word to the Wise
Restricted Records -- A Word to the Wise
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#AtoZChallenge 2017 Reflections Post & Summary - A curated collection from my #GenealogyPhotoADay on Instagram.

April is over and I am finally doing my reflections post for the #AtoZChallenge 2017. I had to catch up with some work first and do an assignment for the Family History Diploma I am doing at the University of Tasmania. I cannot wait until I can find time…
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