Friday, August 18, 2017

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 18th August 2017









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The melancholy wreck of the Dunbar          Dictionary of Sydney

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Geneagala Success          Hornsby Shire Family History Group 


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Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album 58V   Lorine McGinnis Schulze


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Scotland West Lothian Poorhouse records, no photographs in cemetery?, ‘Christrio’, prizes to be won, 





As They Were


The National Library Of Australia - Electronic Collections Huge Increase, NLA blog, August 2017,


Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Fermanagh, Galway, IGP ADDITIONS AUGUST 2017 PART 1., Meath, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow, 








 Irish Graves


WESTERN AUSTRALIA   Mt. Keith, Kalgoorlie, Leonora
Thanks to Moya Sharp from Outback Family History



Additions to Rookwood Cemetery.. many thanks to Noelene Harris


St Patrick's Cemetery in RIDGEWAY Ill. The church is called Ponds Settlement, Gallatin County, Illinois, USA  ... thanks to Mike Bowling



Headlines of Old


All The Rivers Run, Nancy Cato, National Family History month wk.3., family stories, all of one world, baklava, spanakopita, Greek Irish heritage, TROVE TUESDAY Aug 15th 2017,














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Friday, August 11, 2017

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 11th AUGUST, 2017







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Walter Withers

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also a few treats...



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John Grenham..  What's new?
  • August 5 2017: Added new (rough-and-ready) households by Catholic parish. E.g. Reynolds
  • July 25 2017: Updated British Newspaper Archive listings. E.G. Sligo





Dictionary of Sydney has posted a new item, 'Sydney’s modernists'

78rpm Records Digitized by George Blood, L.P. : Free Audio : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive



NEWS FLASH..

Once again genealogists win!  When working together we have an excellent record. 

Yesterday, the IAJGS Records Access Alert posted about the precedent-setting practice, to begin later this month in the Northamptonshire Archives, charging £31.50 per hour for the public  reading documents in the Archives when it is closed with its new limited hours. The charge was for those who were reading the documents on Tuesday-Thursday afternoons when the archives proposed to "close" at 1:00PM on those days.  The archives are closed on Monday and Fridays.

I noted that there was a petition on change.org and that seemed to get the attention of the County Council.  Reported today by the owner of the Change.org petition, " the Northamptonshire County Council has reviewed its decision to change opening hours at its archives and heritage center after listening to the views of its regular users and supporters. The Archives will now be open for free access Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9AM to 1PM and 2;00PM to 5:00PPM and the first Saturday of the month 9:00AM to 1:00PM."

Due to the continuing budgetary constraints, the Northamptonshire County Council  will do a full  review before the next financial year which will include a full consultation around any proposed changes.  They did note there was a 50% decrease in number of researchers between 2006 and 2016.  Therefore, we still need to be vigilant so that the charge per hour is not reinstated.

To read the change about the charge, go to:


Queensland State Archives.. you're invited...

Queensland State Archives (QSA) would like to invite you to join us for our upcoming event, The Prosecution Project: Queensland sources and Queensland stories, on 6 September 2017 at QSA at Runcorn from 10.30 am to 11.30 am.

Our guest speaker, Griffith University’s Professor of History in the School of Humanities and Director of the Prosecution Project Professor Mark Finnane, will discuss The Prosecution Project, the Queensland sources for the project and the stories about crime and justice they disclose.

The Prosecution Project is a national research project investigating the history of criminal prosecution in Australia. The project aims to document criminal trials in all Australian states from as early as 1824 to the 1960s.

Data entry on a web portal hosted at Griffith University is being carried out by the research team and by citizen historians, volunteers who have come forward to help with the project.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Tickets are available so please book through 
Eventbrite to reserve your place.




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Portrait of the Artist’s Homestead ‹ The Irish Aesthete


Genealogists Heads Up re Proposed Bylaw: No Photographs in Cemetery!  Olive Tree Genealogy Blog  ***

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An Irish family in Surry Hills c1880s | Family history across the seas

Ancestral Places Geneameme #NFHM    Family Tree Frog






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"Christrio"
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As They Were


A forgotten branch of the Crowe gentry of Co Clare, Crow - O'Brien marriage 1787, The clan Mac Conchradha and the descendants of Robert Crowe, the Ennis merchant, Phil Crowe, Ennis Friary - Robert Crowe d 1772,




Irish Graves


Addition    NEW SOUTH WALES        

Liverpool Cemetery


Addition        BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND
 Grovely

Addition to Irish Graves Qld outside of Brisbane           QUEENSLAND CEMETERIES OUTSIDE OF BRISBANE

Harrisville
Highfields


USA   St. John the Baptist Cemetery in Centralia, Iowa Thanks to John Mayer



Headlines of Old

Trove Tuesday 8th August, 2017 -  Careful, He Might Hear You, Sumner Locke Elliot, whispers, secrets, families, protective, selective sharing, Week 2 National Family History Month Blog Challenge,



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