Friday, February 6, 2015

GAGs - GeniAus' Gems - 6 February 2015

I'm in a a bit of a dither as this afternoon I fly out to Salt Lake City for the Rootstech Conference so while I have managed to gather some GAGs this week I cannot promise that there will be a post next week when I am soaking up the atmosphere in Slat Lake City.




I present for your reading pleasure in no particular order some selections from my RSS feeds this past week.


1. Lilian reports to her Society members on a recent outing. Why don't more Society Presidents do this?
http://bankstownfamilyhistorygroupinc.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/3-february-1788.html


2. Su follows the trail of a young soldier.https://suzysu.wordpress.com/2015/02/04/eric-andrew-gray-following-the-trail-of-a-young-soldier/

3. Nurse Irving was a fine figure of a woman. I'm a sucker for a good photo.
https://canadabayconnections.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/nurse-irving/

4. An Australia Day award for Murchison member.
https://murchisonhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com/2015/01/31/australia-day-award/

5. A friend on Facebook (I should have noted who it was) directed me to this fascinating story about a DNA mystery. This is a Gold Star post.
https://strangepilgrimage.wordpress.com/2015/01/22/and-who-wouldve-thought-it-figures/

6. Trove tells Amy about a family feud.


8. I wonder if Eliot was a boy scout.

9. Jess taught me something about mourning.

10. Althea takes us on a pillar box tour.

11. Thanks, Helen, I've added this to my bucket list.

12. Decrapifying is proving to be a problem for Pauleen.


2 comments:

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

By now you are winging your way across the Pacific. Travel safely and thanks for the mention...see you at ROOTSTECH in SLC.

ancestrysearch said...

Thanks for the GAG! I'm glad my post has not only helped me to learn something new but others as well. :)

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