Friday, September 23, 2016

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 23RD SEPTEMBER, 2016










FRIDAY FOSSICKING







Walter Withers

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Public_domain











* GENERAL INTEREST

Pauline Connolly author .. brilliant stories
Bank Street Stroll Melbourne stories from the suburbs
Punch Drunk John Grenham
The National Archives UK Newsletter
The Last Islandman a wonderful story
It's About Time Podcast  series with Tony Robinson




* SPECIAL NEWS


Now this is something really special..

Do have a look at this page

The journals archived on this website honour all those who have served Australia in armed conflict. 

Not only can you search for your loved ones, but you can create either a very impressive certificate in honour of your ancestor, or even create a journal to which you can contribute.










* IRISH CENTRAL







and of course, your treats...






* FIND MY PAST

Explore The Irish Petty Sessions »




* INTERESTING BLOGS

 Lots to choose from this week...

New book by author with Ennis roots  Clare County Library
170 Years Without a Museum - Until Now!   Lorine McGinnis Schulze


from my blogs...
My Little Big Sister
Trove Tattles






Now for something just a little different..
sit back and enjoy















Friday, September 16, 2016

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 16th September, 2016





FRIDAY FOSSICKING







Walter Withers

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Public_domain













* IRISH CENTRAL




here come de treats...



* GENERAL INTEREST






* FIND MY PAST



N.B. watch out for FREE DAYS till September 18.
to launch the release of a whole batch of new records..
Just need a guest account, though there are many records available free at any time...
 SEARCH IRISH RECORDS »







FREE WEBINAR... discover your Irish family story


London Post Office Directories 1842, 1851 and 1861 (Browse)

Thames & Medway Baptisms new additions
Westminster Burials   new additions






* ANCESTRY

Railroading ancestors watch now..
1880 United States Federal Census search by occupation
Get Newspapers  what was your ancestor mentioned for?





* INTERESTING BLOGS



from my blogs...






Irish Graves... Western Australia
                        Victoria





A very big THANK YOU to all who took the time to vote in the Rockstar Genealogists competition... whether or not I had your vote. If we all take time to vote, we can keep this great contest alive... remembering that the majority involved are volunteers, not professionals... you can see the Australian & New Zealand results here...

and if you wander either side, to older or newer posts, you will see the full results of each category.

The best way to thank John D. Reid for instigating this competition is to follow his blog.


 It's been a very busy week... enjoy your weekend!