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KerrieAnne Christian
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Love to learn, Explore new ideas, Materials Engineer, Escapee Politician, Quality Management, Knowledge Management Travel Photography
Love to learn, Explore new ideas, Materials Engineer, Escapee Politician, Quality Management, Knowledge Management Travel Photography

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KerrieAnne Christian commented on a post on Blogger.
thanks for this post - it's an honest approach and I use the same approach from time to time and have turned up connections I wouldn't have otherwise have made 

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Click here to find out the latest news or to see photos of our click here  past events . Illawarra Family History Group. Do you have a connection to the Illawarra area of New South Wales? Need help tracking down your ancestors? Whether you live locally, int...

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In this Centenary of WW1 - join the campaign to SAVE the Imperial War Museum in the UK from its collection being  dispersed

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April 29 2014 -  Illawarra Remembers 1914 - 1918  - New Website has gone live today - a Project of Illawarra's Libraries with IFHG as a major partner inspired by IFHG's Terry Bugg Illawarra Family History Group. Do you have a connection to the Illawarra are...

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I'm an introvert who learned to be an extrovert - got to be a manager and an elected politician ..I'm  still mainly introverted - so don't box yourself in ...

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Molly Callcott - Hardie Rubber  Factory Worker Music Teacher Single Mum in 1930s in Thirroul
Television "soaps" often paint the past very nostalgically - happy families, Dad at work and Mum at home looking after the kids. However that was not every family's reality - in the 1930's there were marriage breakdowns or women were widowed over the decade...

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following on from Annie Payne, Mum (Joan Lois Adams) wrote the history of the City of Greater Wollongong War Widows Guild Club for their 50th anniversary in 2004 when she was their Secretary - here's a couple of pages of the 66 page history - it's more a formal history rather than a collection of stories. For the last 20 years of Mum's life, it  was dominated by her involvement in War Widows where she was Honorary Secretary for nearly 20 years - so I believe Annie Payne's suggestion to capture the stories is a great idea especially if it can capture their stories to expand on the formal histories
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