Friday, June 10, 2022


Panning by S.T. Gill


GSQ Blog   Finding Margaret.  Lorraine Digney

* State Library of Qld ... 🎂 Birthday Celebrations 120 years 🎂
Saturday 18th June only... Full program all events free

Qld State Archives .... 

QSA Talks: Woollen Threads

in partnership with the Harry Gentle Resource Centre, Griffith University.... ‘Woollen Threads’ explores the heritage of Ipswich’s Woollen Textile Industry: the elements that enabled the industry to thrive in Ipswich for almost 100 years. 

Secure your seat or Register for our livestream here

Thursday 16 June 12.00-13.00 435 Compton Rd, Runcorn Queensland

Public Record Office Victoria DESPATCH

What's new May and June     New records to explore

Ports and harbours  A record transfer story worth reading

Outback Family History





Japanese Gardens   humoring the goddess

Graveyard Research: Planning & Visiting   The Frugal Family Historian


Queen of the Pecking Order  Dreams and Adventures at Cosy Cottage

#OTD in Irish History | 6 June:  Stair na hÉireann | History of Ireland

Making an Impression Carmel's Corner

#52Ancestorsin52Weeks Week 22/52 Kate Emilia FORFAR (nee ELLIS) - Conflict Alex Daw

The Search for Max Blumenfeld: It Took A Village, Part I Amy

Safari Quilt   Textile Ranger

Family Tree Frog Alex Daw


Theresa Smith

The Week That Was…

Book Review: Bone Memories by Sally Piper

Book Review: The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill

Better Reading

Book of the Week:Airside by James Swallow

Family Matters by Ellie O'Neill

An A-List for Death by Pamela Hart

Paperbark Hill by Maya Linnell

Death at the Belvedere by Sue Williams

Podcast: Judy Cotton on Art, New York and the Constant Longing for Home

Podcast: Jon Faine on the Mighty Apollo and Thelma Hawkes

Penguin Books Australia

Dark Vector  Clive Cussler

Everything I Know About Love   Dolly Alderton

With a Mind to Kill    Anthony Horowitz

Shrines of Gaiety   Kate Atkinson

Gathering Storms  Kerry McGinnis

and from my blogs...

That Moment in Time

FRIDAY FOSSICKING 3rd Jun 2022, 120th birthday celebrations, royalty on record, Irish sky garden, ghost towns, nonsense English, Dublin Castle, electrical fashions..hidden history Black Catholic nuns, the fossils that get away, livestock living at the end of the world, a billion pounds of cheese, hole in the wall outlaw hideout, 

Great blogs, book reviews and so much more…

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As They Were

IGP MAY ADDITIONS... (Ireland Genealogy Projects) Donegal, Fermanagh, Limerick, Longford, Tipperary.. school records, church records, headstones..

Many thanks to Christina Hunt and all the volunteers…

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Headlines of Old

Trove Tuesday 7th Jun 2022  MILITARY,  Appointments, Retirements, etc.  Military notices, particularly in Government Gazettes, can add a whole lot more to ancestors histories. Not all our families were aware of the various transfers, appointments, etc. that our ancestors were given. 

See links to helpful sites as well as notices.

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Stay safe and well.
This will pass.

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