Friday, June 19, 2020


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


Wanderlust Twins Images... Banff, Canada James Bian   

The Golden Temple of Amritsar, Punjab, India   The abandoned railway of Dinorwig, Wales

Berghotel Muottas Muragl Hotel Switzerland  Roaming the streets of Edinburgh / Scotland

Aerial view of Medinet Habu Temple and Valley of the Queens, Egypt

* Local papers can be goldmines for obituaries... especially if they are as good as this one...

Obituaries | 

While they list recent passings, look for the mention of families in the notices. You just might find unexpected connections.

How to Publish your Memories and Stories Treasure Chest of Memories (Laura Hedgecock)

101 Best Genealogy Websites Family Tree Magazine Obituary Index, 1800s-current Ancestry  Over 800 million names

I Love Bello Shire incl. The sun always shines on Urunga   At the Movies- '1917'

Check out this article in YOURLifeChoices Website

 GENEALOGY TIPS: Religion records represent vital source in research

National Library of Australia   Newsletter incl. 

From the Ashes: Australia Re-magined  NB 6pm 19 Jun Online FREE

Anglo-Celtic Connections

Family Search Blog

Outback Family History

The Corrick Family Entertainers    The Giantess – Coolgardie Miner 1898

Gone But Not Forgotten – grave tales blog incl.

New South Wales, Australia, Cowra Military Camp, Selected Personnel Photo Index, 1940-1947
Queensland, Australia, World War I Soldier Portraits, 1914-1918

UK, City, Town and Village Photos, 1857-2015


Diary of an Australian Genealogist

ANZAC Memories, DNA updates & Other News - Genealogy Notes 22 Apr - 13 Jun 2020


Sepia Saturday: Of schools and tennis

Humouring The Goddess

Sunday Evening Art Gallery (flashback) — Big Heads  The Morning Fog     Jade

Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Girl Grey Beauty    Get ‘er Goin’!

Sunday Evening Art Gallery (midweek) — Alexandra Spyratos Ray Brandbury Says …


I Never Got To Be A Bass Man     Another Fish Story  New Book Release Interview

The Big One That Got Away

the gentle author

Trouble At The Truman Brewery   Peta Bridle’s Gravesend Sketchbook A London Herbal

The Statues Of Old London   Summer At Bow Cemetery  The Shops of Old London

Suresh Singh, The Cockney Sikh, On Zoom

Mrs. Daffodil Digresses

Three Husbands at Breakfast: 1853   What a Key Unlocked: 1875

Beads of Cherished Flowers: 1914

Australian Roots and Spreading Branches

Saturday’s Newspaper Snippet: Wagra Cemetery  Sunday’s Obituary: Mrs Thomas Quirk

Branches On Our Haimowitz Family Tree

Jeanette (Jean) Weiss and Emanuel Edward Goldberg

Deb's World

10 Ordinary Objects

The Legal Genealogist

Those June babies

Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

Hannah and Henry Goldsmith, My Double Cousins: An Update


Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Pauleen's Crazy Month of May Pandemic Meme, Part II

Best of the Genea-Blogs - Week of 7 to 13 June 2020

Monday Genea-Pourri - Week Ending 15 June 2020

Genealogy News Bytes - Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Finding Richmans, Richs, Marshmans in the Hilperton Land Tax Assessment Records, 1773-1793 - Part I

Social Bridge

Morning After ….   Changing Times

Historical Ragbag

Churchill Island

Gerry's Family History

The Stickley sisters in Stoke Newington

Stair na hÉireann | History of Ireland

#OTD in Irish History – 15 June:


Monday's Mailbox       WANDER

Scottish Ancestral Research

Have Fun Forging Family Bonds

Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

A Photo Essay of the Family of Selma Loewenthal Schwabacher


12 best Irish whiskeys named

Irish sculptor who created Dublin's famous Molly Malone statue dies 

On this day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats was born in 1865

Mamma Mia - I just ate out in my favorite Italian restaurant 

"The Quiet Man" commemorated on new souvenir Euro note

These Irish surnames are hugely popular as first names in the U.S.

First transatlantic flight ended with a crash-landing in a Galway bog 101 years ago today

New Irish novel "Wolf of Clontarf" hailed as "Braveheart" meets "Vikings" 

Movies to watch before you visit Ireland

There’s no place in the world like Dublin on Bloomsday

Traveling to Ireland? Leslie's Travel Companion books are a must-have resource

WATCH: Bloomsday on Broadway goes virtual this year


ScrapHappy June 2020 Textile Ranger

Raised in the U.S.A. — but Born in Ireland     A Family Tapestry

The Murder of Ellen Chute Part 2 Jennifer Jones

Trove Tuesday - Maided Geniaus

Crazy Month of May 2020 Meme: My Pandemic Experiences  Alona


Theresa Smith

The Week That Was…

#BookBingo2020 – Round 6: About the Environment

Author Talks: Josephine Moon – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Love

Book Review: You Have to Make Your Own Fun Around Here by Frances Macken

Book Review: Tsarina by Ellen Alpsten

Better Reading

Book of the Week: The Cake Maker's Wish by Josephine Moon

The Silence by Susan Allott

Podcast: Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley on Food, their Collaboration… and Hummus

Podcast: Anna Funder on The Importance of Story in Troubling Times #2
Penguin Books

Make 2020 the winter you curl up with a Penguin.

Anonymous Was a WomanPodcast

Money Is Like Water: It Ebbs and Flows

Literary Prize Winner

The Living Sea of Waking Dreams Richard Flanagan

Tom Clancy's Firing Point Mike Maden

Wrath of Poseidon Clive Cussler, Robin Burcell

Sticks and Stones Katherine Firkin

Allen & Unwin

Fair Warning Michael Connelly

Bottlebrush Creek Maya Linnell

On a Barberous Coast Craig Comick  Harold Ludwick

Better Luck Next Time Kate Hilton

and from my blogs...

That Moment in Time

Free Records & bargains. Friday Fossicking Jun 12 2020, last Aussie at Gallipoli, motorcycle midwives, grave in the road, additions to Irish Graves, book reviews, podcasts, 4000 year old boat found Roscommon, cats in the time of coronavirus, need help with using Blogger?, Grave Tales, horned parakeet like tiny dragon, Tassie devil joey, 61 free genealogy forms, Project Gutenberg listed as pirate site?, lots to pique your interest... Check the "Always Interesting" Blogs.. add your favourites to Comments...
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Headlines of Old

Missing Friends..Trove Tuesday 16 Jun 2020, hundreds of names, great descriptions, occupations, published 1890 ..covers some earlier years, notification of some who were found, male and female, children and adults.. So many sad cases.. eg. The young Mum who left her 9 months old baby girl behind…The Irish man, native of Donegal, who had two names…and short and discoloured teeth..and what happened to Cornelius Brady from Co Tyrone?
Was it easier to disappear in this new colony, was it planned or just a spur of the moment…perhaps looking for a better life…
Pity I couldn’t go back in time and place a notice for John Goopy Snr …
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Stay safe and well.
This will pass.

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