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Genealogy on Facebook List – Katherine R. Willson.. brilliant list
Join Me for the Genealogy Scan Along The Family Curator
'It was like landing on the moon': Finding the fate of Irish Famine orphans sent to Australia
Famine emigration stories: Corkman who made it to US went to war in exchange for land for his family
The International Pension Crisis of 1893 Damian Shiels
Naming Erin Hills: 19th Century Irish Emigrants & the 2017 U.S. Open Damian Shiels
Malvern author Carol Lefevre digs deep into history of Adelaide’s historic West Tce Cemetery
The Schools’ Collection is the first collection being made available on this site.
It is a collection of folklore compiled by schoolchildren in Ireland in the 1930s.
[Dictionary of Sydney] A Humorous Rollerskater
Genealogy Scan Along Week 1 Welcomes You The Family Curator
The National Library of Wales launched a new website with online research, Welsh Journals Online. It contains over 1.2 million digitized pages from over 450 Welsh journals between 1735-2007. The journals are Welsh and English language journals and are available free to search or browse with remote access. You can check the box to limit your search to either Welsh language or English language only publications. You can browse by year, decades, title and editions. The titles range from academic and scientific publications to literary and popular magazines. To access the Welsh Journals Online, go to: https://journals.library.wales/.
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#CemeteryDay – Toowong Cemetery Family Fractals
250 posts later Anne's family history
Remembering Cemetery Day Pieces of me
The ram’s head and the rock playground In Days Gone by...........
George Griffith's Goldrush Adventure: Dear George, I am coming to get you.
Yalgoo Images – Outback Family History
Wilson’s Patch – ghost towns Outback Family History
David Adams breakthrough - I hope Kerryn Taylor
How Axedale was named | Axedale – Then and Now Jennifer Jones
and from my blogs...
Choctaw nation, Potato Orphans, rabbit holes & Irish valuation books, pensioner convict ships, French Musters, Duffy's Cut, Essex burial index, Chinese head tax, Archaeology New Zealand,
UPDATE : LIST OF NEWSPAPERS ON TROVEhttp://thatmomentintime-crissouli.blogspot.com.au/p/trove-news.html
USA ILLINOIS thanks to John Mayerhttp://irishgraves.blogspot.com.au/p/miscellaneous-gravesites-and-headstones.html
Irish Graves, Brisbane Albany Creek Pioneer Cash's Crossing
Eastern Suburbs, Botany, Sydney
Mary Rose O'Connell Fordham
thanks to Chris Wright, Margaret Moran
Innisfail, Qld Bridget O’Connell Wright born Limerick
Thanks to Chris Wright