Friday, March 22, 2019

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 22nd Mar 2019





Edwin Stockqueler (1829-1900) - Public DomaiAn Australian Gold Diggings, oil on canvas


* IRISH CENTRAL






Surname registry updates  http://www.connorsgenealogy.com Pat Connors



The psychology of fear and hate, and what each of us can do to stop it  Gen X Alogy BA(Hons) BTh(Hons) Grad Dip Ed






St Helena Penal Establishment | Flickr      You can read my article on St. Helena here





Did You Know?

Catch up on the Waves in Time news         *Early Bird Registrations closes on 31 March and all registrations close on 12 April. Waves in Time begins Friday 24 May...


Put your kit together  Martin Roe Eidhammer


Atlas Obscura

Hidden Tunnel       Historic Tree falls, Los Angeles      Do Octopuses Dream?     Beyond Baroque





Gould Genealogy

Seminars plus...    http://www.gould.com.au

Sydney        Cairns       Darwin       South Australia        Yorke Peninsula         Sunshine Coast





JStor




Newsletters

State Library of Qld incl.  flash mob        Workshops galore

The ScriBbleR Stella Budrikis


 Brisbane Ice Cream Festival     Anywhere Festival   Book of Mormon

 I Love Bello Shire     incl.  Bellingen Readers and Writers Festival 2019 Launch  and Susan O'Neill from Co Clare, Ireland



Find My Past 






newspapers







Family Search

From the RootsTech Conference!  View Free Videos


Anglo-Celtic-Connections










Always Interesting

Genea-Musings







The Gentle Author





records-access-alerts

In March 2018 the City of Boston started to permit people to order death certificates online. Now they are offering the opportunity to order birth certificate online. The increase in requests is a result of more Bostonians needing their birth certificates ahead of the REAL ID 2020 deadline.  The REAL ID Act, is a federal law passed in 2005 that requires citizens to possess either an “enhanced driver’s license" or a passport to enter some federal buildings and fly domestically. The records may be ordered directly through the Boston Registry of Birth, Death and Marriage.

Previously, a contracted third-party was the way to access the certificates which cost $40 and took several weeks to complete the process. The City is offering mail-in certificates for $14 and walk-in certificates for $12.00

Information on how to order a birth certificate may be found at: https://www.boston.gov/departments/registry/how-get-birth-certificate

Information on how to order a death certificate may be found at: https://www.boston.gov/departments/registry/how-get-death-certificate




* INTERESTING BLOGS

Hill Country Animals  Little Wild Streak

India, Part 2 -Jaipur + Udaipur  Louise Hawson   52 Suburbs

TROVE TuesdayIt Happened in Tamworth in 1909 – Illicit Drug Trade | The Keeper of Stories

Friends of New Garden  Jamie Gates


The septuagenarian  Judy G. Russell





The Legend of Sadhbh   Stair na hÉireann

Elizabeth Batts, 1812-1886   Gerry Bolton



Reviews

Theresa Smith






Allen & Unwin

Going Back    Munjed Al Muderis  with Patrick Weaver

Your Backyard Birds Dr. Gráinne Cleary

Stranger Country  Monica Tan

Old Days, Old Ways    Alex Nicol


Better Reading










and from my blogs...


That Moment in Time

Copyright rulings, twins saved granny, 13 mill. pints Guinness,feminist history-tea rooms, Scotland hearth tax, US Obituaries, Deaths at sea, mourning machine, enlightened festival, colourful icebergs, For Sale: POW journal, absconded convicts,   family Search and Library & Archives Canada collaborate, more on Bobby Sands Diary, how has your address changed over 750 million years?, Maya artifacts,  Canadian historical photos free online, women granted protection orders 1888-1904,  sewage leaking into cemetery, what’s under the lino, sold son for  £500,
evils of ’tight lacing’, free the pixels, British India Office Deaths and burials, and yes, even more…
Feel free to share…



Irish Graves


Brisbane, Qld


Toowong
With thanks to Kym Hyson and Darcy Maddock




With thanks to Heather Brownett

ref. Brisbane Qld Toowong


Waverley, NSW Metro

With thanks to Noelene Harris

New South Wales Regional A-I

St. John’s Churchyard, Camden
With thanks to Noelene Harris


Headlines of Old

Circumnavigating Australia's Colonial History - Trove Tuesday 19th Mar 2019 Pt. 19, old/new, Lachlan Macquarie’s vision for Sydney,  Elizabeth Farm, history, naval base, Cadman’s Cottage, Lord Nelson Hotel and Brewery, historical sketches of early churches in NSW, old Sydney and progress, 



As They Were

City Of Kalgoorlie-Boulder History And Heritage  ....    Irish Roll Of Honour 1914-1918, additions welcomed,



INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH
A GATHERING OF WOMEN WHO DESERVE TO BE REMEMBERED...

Rather than write another blog on the ineteresting women in my family, I have gathered a collection of articles I have written, some of which you may have missed. These are the ones I have selected so far... more to come over the next two weeks... enjoy.



Thank you for your patience over the last few weeks when I have had difficulties with sharing my blogs. It seems to be ok again now. Thank you to my generous genie friends who generously shared my links wherever they could. Your help is much appreciated.

Just in case this reoccurs,  you are able to subscribe simply by adding your email in the subscribe bar in the side column of any or all of my blogs. 

Your email will not be shared with anyone else and will simply be used to send you the latest blogs..generally, there is just one on Friday...  Friday Fossicking from this blog
and then Trove Tuesday is mainly sent via Headlines of Old, occasionally via  That Moment in Time.. on Tuesdays.

 My other blogs are  


As They Were the Irish Melting Pot