Australian birth, death and marriage records | National Library of Australia Links for all states, thanks to Susie Zada for the reminder
GSQ Blog Willie Watt… “Our Father” Lyn Irvine
Carlow tailor who emigrated to Argentina left lasting legacy The Nationalist
The National Archives UK newsletter incl. Blog: exploring South Asian heritage through public information films
Orange City Council e-news
Outback Family History
Anglo Celtic Connections
Tracking Down the Family
The Legal Genealogist
Humoring the Goddess
The Frugal Family Historian
The Gentle Author
Stair na hÉireann
Dreams and Adventures at Cosy Cottage
Eltham District Historical Society
Brotmanblog : A Family Journey
The Irish Story
* IRISH CENTRAL
* INTERESTING BLOGS
There has been a plethora of Interesting Blogs this week... many of them have been added to the National Family History Month list.. do take a wander over and check them out.
If you like them, please let the authors know in Comments and by all means Subscribe to their blogs so you don't miss any of them. All writers are inspired by their readers.
By the way, you can join in the Challenge, whether you are a regular blogger or a "just now and then" blogger... all are welcome and you can submit one blog or several...last chance will be the end of August.
Allen & Unwin
A Life in Words Les Carlyon
Prison Break Mark Dapin
and from my blogs...
THAT MOMENT IN TIME
FRIDAY FOSSICKING 13 Aug 2021,Full Probate packet online, National Family History Month challenge, assisted Irish migrants, Old Mother Hubbard with a twist, war of Independence in Co Clare,
World’s largest cheese slicer (couldn’t resist this), parish registers, Iowa Irish Fest, using census to trace deaf ancestors, archive jigsaw-Big Ben, recycling precious metals from the dead, book reviews, additions to Irish Graves and a whole lot more…
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HEADLINES OF OLD
UNCLAIMED LETTERS Trove Tuesday, 17th Aug 2021, published in Government Gazette, notices give names as addressed on envelopes, but only part of an address.. just the place that letter was sent to. Still interesting, but as always, these would have been destroyed many years ago, without any hope of reading them. They still may give us an idea of where our ancestors may have travelled to. I have included a couple of possible connections, but have no way of knowing if they are the same person listed in the notice.
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|Keep safe and well.|
This will pass.