Profile

Cover photo
Kylie Willison
Worked at Teen Challenge
Attended Mt Barker High School
Lives in Adelaide, South Australia
295 followers|145,008 views
AboutPosts+1's

Stream

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
I was browsing through Facebook today and came across this picture in a genealogy group I’m part of. Thanks to Karen for posting the photo. This piqued my interest as a number of my ancestor…
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
After a couple of days offline our national treasure, Trove, is back on line with some beaut new features, an updated look in the newspaper area and one major new resource that has yielded quite a few snippets of information ...
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
As the chaps are playing golf my photos for this weeks Sepia Saturday theme is of sportsmen. In the photo below, standing second from left (with the big moustache) is my great-grand uncle, Alexander Morgan. Alex mov...
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
There are two Paddy Guerin/Gearins in the family I am currently researching, an Uncle and his Nephew. I haven’t yet found out which story refers to which gentleman however I wanted to share …
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
I have been enjoying others’ birthplace charts today and here is mine. It is a pedigree chart which starts with me and each spot shows where the person was born. All my direct ancestors cam…
2
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
So many things can hinge on a simple decision. For all of us in the genealogy world it was a decision that changed things for the better for all of us. The decision to collect the known at that time online links to sites use...
3
Alona Tester's profile photo
 
So very well said. It grew, grew and grew - and the genie world is a better place for it!  
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
Last week my daughter and I took the grandkids to the zoo. I hadn’t been for about fifteen years so I was very pleasantly surprised by the changes and happy to see some familiar buildings an…
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
Do you have an elusive ancestor who didn't seem to leave any records behind? You can still discover important things about them. Here's how.
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
I went to the South Australian Museum with my Mum today. One of our favourite parts is the Egyptian Room. Mum remembers the room and the wall paintings from when she was little and we wondered wh…
1
Add a comment...

Kylie Willison

Shared publicly  - 
 
My paternal Grandmother was from the small town of Bowraville in New South Wales. There has become a saying about Bowraville (which I am sure is probably true of other small country towns) – everyone is connected in one way o...
1
Add a comment...
People
Have her in circles
295 people
Laura sterz's profile photo
clive westwood's profile photo
jo henry's profile photo
A Rebel Hand: Nicholas Delaney of 1798's profile photo
ВИКА ХИРОЛОГ сладкова's profile photo
Jonathan Wheare's profile photo
Glenn Pye's profile photo
pesan web's profile photo
Harry Morre's profile photo
Work
Skills
Mum, Grandma, crafter, hacker, genealogist, website designer, teacher
Employment
  • Teen Challenge
    1998 - 2013
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Adelaide, South Australia
Previously
Murray Bridge, South Australia - Hobart, Tasmania - Wilcannia, New South Wales - Iron Knob, South Australia - Marree, South Australia - Mt Barker, South Australia - Flinders Island, South Australia
Story
Introduction
Family, friends and spirituality are important to me.
Bragging rights
Josiah born 11 Oct 2012, Ilijah born 24 Jul 2014
Education
  • Mt Barker High School
    1986
  • Marden Senior College
    Textile Arts, 2009 - 2011
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Kylie Willison's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Ancestors by place of birth
geniaus.blogspot.com

My genimate, J Paul Hawthorne, posted a cool pedigree chart he had done in Excel on Facebook several hours ago and since that time my Facebo

Trove Tuesday - Swimming Carnivals
geniaus.blogspot.com

Today I'm heading for Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, SOPAC, to watch a Grandson represent his district in a swimming carnival. I wonder

Slowly does it
geniaus.blogspot.com

It seems like I have been moving into my new Geneachapel for weeks and I have. I have set Friday 25 March, the day before the family arrive

Magda Szubanski - Reckoning
geniaus.blogspot.com

One of the best birthday presents I received last year was a voucher for a bookstore because it forced me to buy books. If I'm given a more

International Women's Day 2016
janellestree.blogspot.com

In honour of all the women in my family on this International Women's Day 2016. Here's to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. Ma

Like Topsy It Grew!
helenvsmithresearch.blogspot.com

So many things can hinge on a simple decision. For all of us in the genealogy world it was a decision that changed things for the better for

Bankstown to Bolivia
geniaus.blogspot.com

It took me an hour and forty minutes to navigate through Sydney's peak hour traffic to visit Bankstown Family History Group on Tuesday but i

Trove Tuesday - Welcome Back Trove
geniaus.blogspot.com

After a couple of days offline our national treasure, Trove, is back on line with some beaut new features, an updated look in the newspaper

Trove Tuesday - Cobar Diggers fight again
geniaus.blogspot.com

I had always wondered why my grandfather, Frank Duncan, walked off his 33,000 acre property, Elsinore near Cobar in the 1930s. In 2012 my mo

Sepia Saturday Sportsmen
ancestorchaser.blogspot.com

As the chaps are playing golf my photos for this weeks Sepia Saturday theme is of sportsmen. In the photo below, standing second from left (

Looking Back: Photos of My Grandmas | Lonetester HQ
www.lonetester.com

I've been scanning some photos, and I came up with an idea to do a mostly pictorial blog post of both of my grandmas, and in another one I'l

Trove Tuesday - Tabernacle
geniaus.blogspot.com

Today finds me in Salt Lake City, Utah, home of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints (The Mormons). Prior to leaving Australi

A Day of Rest!
geniaus.blogspot.com

Traditionally Sunday is a day of rest and mine was sort of restful although I am not going to admit what time I rose in such a public forum

A Chance Encounter
genealogically-speaking.blogspot.com

My paternal Grandmother was from the small town of Bowraville in New South Wales. There has become a saying about Bowraville (which I am sur

Australia Day in the Gumeracha District in the Early 1900s | Lonetester HQ
www.lonetester.com

Australia Day as we know it, is a day off work to spend time with family and friends - just having a lazy day. But it wasn't always like thi

Trove Tuesday - Was it lamb?
geniaus.blogspot.com

In recent years Meat and Livestock Australia has run an Australia Day campaign in which Australians are exhorted to eat lamb on Australia Da

Come Back to Erin
geniaus.blogspot.com

Over the green sea, Mavourneen, Mavourneen, Long shone the white sail that bore thee away, Riding the white waves that fair summer morn in',

Sepia Saturday - Two Little Children
ancestorchaser.blogspot.com

This weeks Sepia Saturday picture shows two little children which immediately brings to mind my favourite photo of my maternal grandmother,

Day 207 - Around Port Pirie
dinostravels.blogspot.com

It was a beautiful day again today, perfect for soaking up some of the history of Port Pirie. It commenced life in 1848 but was resurveyed i