Friday, July 10, 2020

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 10th Jul 2020





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



* GENERAL INTEREST





Cairns Family History Newsletter incl.  Indexes for the Cairns Post Newspaper notices are available on our website https://cdfhs.org/indexes/newspaper-notices/



Logan City Council Library Newsletter (Qld) incl. Pubs and post offices



IT'S OUT THERE Outback NSW.     INCREDIBLE BY NATURE Port Stephens



Outback Family History





Anglo-Celtic Connections





Family history across the seas


The Gentle Author




Irish in the American Civil War


The Legal Genealogist



Stair na hÉireann  History of Ireland

#OTD in Irish History – 6 July: 


Deb's World

Taking Stock – some thoughts on life  


allenrizzi


Ennio Morricone     
Benvenuti a Fondo?  

The Frugal Family Historian 















* INTERESTING BLOGS

Kensington Skating Rink     Lenore Frost

 

Reviews

Theresa Smith







and from my blogs..


That Moment in Time

cables that changed the world, Friday Fossicking Jul 3 2020, Parramatta's heritage at risk, 'new' TROVE, witch stone, smokey mouse survives, ancient Egyptian helicopters, bigger than Stonehenge, The Secret Honeymoon, Derry Riots of 1920, 6th most powerful passport is?, cholera in 1833, unclaimed money, Ireland from the air, President Kennedy's Berlin wall speech, Dublin's tenement museum, NZ's smallest bird is?... book reviews, podcasts, videos and so much more..
Is your blog listed in Always Interesting?
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That Moment in Time

Forthcoming Newspapers Trove - July 2020,    some 'new' to Trove.... publications from various states...



As They Were

IGP Archives Update For June 2020, Dublin, Limerick, Mayo, Meath, Waterford, headstones, miscellaneous, transcriptions, 




Headlines of Old

STRANGE BEQUESTS.... Trove Tuesday 7th Jul 2020, international, cruel, strange and plain weird.. Odd bequests from some celebrities, touching bequest to a much loved wife, refused bequests, many simply don't make sense...
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Keep safe and well.
This will pass.

Friday, July 3, 2020

FORTHCOMING NEWSPAPERS TROVE - JULY 2020








Watch this space..

ACT
  • Airforce News (1997-2020); [Department of Defence]
  • RAAF News (1960-1997); [Department of Defence]
NSW
  • Campbelltown News (1920-1952); [Campbelltown City Library]
  • Campbelltown Ingleburn News (1953-1954); [Campbelltown City Library]
  • NOTA (1985-1999); [MidCoast Libraries and Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Family Research Group]
QLD
  • Catholic Advocate (1911-1928); [State Library of Queensland]
  • Noosa Advocate (1911-1934); [Noosaville Library]
  • Noosa Advocate and Cooroora Advocate (1929-1933); [Noosa Library Service]
  • Noosa News (1968-1974) [Noosa Library Service]
SA
  • The Coromandel (1945-1970); [State Library of South Australia]
  • The Coromandel Times (1971-1976); [State Library of South Australia]
VIC
  • Bacchus Marsh Express (1919-1945); [Bacchus Marsh and District Historical Society]
  • Brunswick and Coburg Leader (1919-1921);  [Moreland City Libraries and Coburg Historical Society]
  • Ferntree Gully News (1923-1938); [Eastern Regional Libraries & Dandenong Ranges Historical Society]
  • Ferntree Gully News and Mountain District Free Press (1954); [Eastern Regional Libraries & Dandenong Ranges Historical Society]
  • Ferntree Gully and District Times ( 1953-1954 ); [Eastern Regional Libraries & Dandenong Ranges Historical Society]
  • Lilydale Express (1898-1913; 1919-1924); Eastern Regional Libraries and Lilydale & District Historical
  • The Mountaineer (1920-1921) [Eastern Regional Libraries & Dandenong Ranges Historical Society]
  • The Pilot (1920-1921 ); [Eastern Regional Libraries & Dandenong Ranges Historical Society]







FRIDAY FOSSICKING 3rd July 2020





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

* GENERAL INTEREST




Patricia “Pat” A. Concannon, 89 Vale..  Cape Cod Times

John Grenham.  Mary John Mary John Mary John Mary 19 C Irish forenames

CERN's Giant 94000 eBook Library Gives Open Access to 126 New Books  Interesting Engineering (press release) (blog)





Queensland State Archives...reopening Reading Room on Monday 13 July! Book a time






Outback Family History



Anglo-Celtic Connections









The Citrus Archive   Laurel Hill House Virginia   How To Save a Glacier  Two-Story Outhouse

Family Tree Magazine

16 Genealogy Hacks That Will Save You Time And Money 

Using Reverse Genealogy to Overcome Brick Walls  

free, printable family tree chart for kids.

Where Did Your Last Name Come From? How to Research Surnames

10 Family “Heirlooms” to Create or Collect Today

7 Tech Tools to Organize Your Family History Collection

Australian Geographic

Smoky mouse miraculously survives bushfires, found in Kosciuszko National Park

Six-metre-long whale spine washes ashore on NSW far south coast beach

This stout little rifleman is New Zealand’s smallest bird     Gem of a town

91-year-old Australian seastar expert  publishes magnum opus 

Ireland Newsletter incl. SHERKIN ISLAND by Brian DeVon

Family Search Blog

New: Online Genealogy Consultations with Family History Library Experts

Fiji Culture: Traditional Food, Art, and More Radio and Music in the 1920s United States


ALWAYS INTERESTING

The Gentle Author

The Little Visitors   Paul Trevor In Brick Lane, 1978     Adam Dant’s London Rebus

Alice Pattullo’s Alphabet  Phil Maxwell At Chrisp St Market  Syd Shelton’s East End

Monday Genea-Pourri - Week Ending 29 June 2020

Mrs. Daffodil Digresses

The Secret Honeymoon: 1898      The Wedding Ring: History and Superstitions


A Tired Housewife’s Plea to the Summer Visitors: 1886

Genea-Musings

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - The Time Machine     Genealogy News Bytes - Friday, 26 June 2020


Best of the Genea-Blogs - 21 to 27 June 2020    Genealogy News Bytes - Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Where Are the "Holes" In My Pedigree Chart? Can DNA Help?

The Legal Genealogist

Documenting our own    Going the course

allenrizzi

It’s A Family Thing  The Story Of The Snails   The Library At Alexandria


Of Horse Whisperers And Men

Claudia

Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Shirley Quaid    Faerie Paths — Dogs    Doug Rowell 


A Warm Monday  Charles Vickery     Faerie Paths — Unique

The Irish Story

Browsing the 1641 depositions     The Derry Riots of 1920


Deb's World

Making a book versus writing a book – is there a difference?


Brotmanblog: A Family Journey


Berthold Goldschmidt Revisited: His Second Family  


Minna Fuld and Her Descendants: New Cousins from Sao Paulo, But A Brick Wall Remains

Family history across the seas

Sepia Saturday: A story of threes

A Silver Voice from Ireland

Mevagh Moments – Old Postcards tell a story     Remembering our brother

GeneaDictionary

Geneabog

Stair na hÉireann

#OTD in Irish History – 29 June:

Before Bernadette

Spotlight on ... Going Solo!      Spotlight on ... Hats!  

Treasure Chest of Memories

12 Easy DIY Memory Crafts

Gerry's Family History

Emily Stickley – to America and back



* IRISH CENTRAL

Ireland from the air - photos taken by the Irish Air Corps

On This Day: Éamon de Valera becomes President of Ireland

On This Day: President Kennedy delivers his iconic Berlin Wall speech in Germany

Australian vineyard uses Irish prisoners to sell wine

The secret strength of Jean Kennedy Smith

Irish passport ranked sixth-most powerful in the world

WATCH: Dublin neighborhood dances to classic 90s tune while social distancing

Remembering the greatest Irish American on his birthday

Bono shares six life rules with graduating students

Lucky couple win caretaker job of remote Blasket Island after 45k applied

National Camera Day - The Irish man who helped invent color photography

How a US whaling ship freed six Irish revolutionaries from Australian prison

Ambitious proposals call for rail network connecting Dublin and Paris

WATCH: Donegal Irish dancing sisters featured in beautiful new video

Have you kissed the Blarney Stone? Top Irish tourist attraction reopens

A door to Irish history - behind the doors of Dublin's tenement museum

Hercules Mulligan - the Irish-born tailor and spy who saved Washington twice

Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera settle their split almost 100 years later

Understanding how Irish surnames were created


* INTERESTING BLOGS

Before Bernadette    Spotlight on ... Who's In The Middle?

Little Wild Streak   Cholera in 1833

genielynau    The Watch

Geniaus     A Decade of Digging

Deb's World  Not much jumping from me in June!

Reviews 

Theresa Smith

The Week That Was…

Book Review: Fathoms: the world in the whale by Rebecca Giggs

#BlogTour #BookReview: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Book Review: The Silk House by Kayte Nunn

Book Review: Croc Country by Kerry McGinnis


Better Reading

Book of the Week: The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish

The Silk House by Kayte Nunn

Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger

Podcast: Dugald Bruce-Lockhart on Acting, Writing and Being the Son of a Spy

Podcast: Lisa Ireland on Giving Older People a Voice in Her New Novel

Preview: The Fogging by Luke Horton

Preview: The Last Migration by Charlotte McConaghy


and from my blogs...

That Moment in Time

Friday Fossicking 26th Jun 2020, TROVE changes, ducks swim on graves, archives to Hollywood, it is Mary Boleyn, man on the moon.. permanently, socially distant world, London's Lost Theater, communal sleeping, FREE online tree storage, mysterious tree huts, folding up the mourning 1891, newly discovered map shows thousands of burials, India's migration crisis, baby bilby boom, New Zealand electoral rolls..free access 1853-1981, book reviews, 'always interesting' blogs and so much more.. Feel free to share...


https://thatmomentintime-crissouli.blogspot.com/2020/06/friday-fossicking-26th-jun-2020.html

Headlines of Old

As today ends the financial year, it seems appropriate to post re unclaimed money…

Unclaimed money, Trove Tuesday 30 June 2020, next of kin and heirs wanted… These lists were published in British, Australian and New Zealand papers..
Some of the names mentioned.. “William John Adams, left Armagh for Australia about 1874..”  “David Bell, late of Liverpool”… “ Harry Leonard Clough, born about 1854, late of New Zealand”.. Evelyn May Jones, daughter ofMary Barron Jones” and numerous others…some have details of occupations, birth places, residences…
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https://headlinesofold.blogspot.com/2020/06/unclaimed-money-trove-tuesday-30-june.html




Stay safe and well.
This will pass.