Friday, April 24, 2015

GAGs - GeniAus' Gems - 24 April 2015

It's been a wild week here in Sydney with dreadful storms and lots of rain. Our property is waterlogged and the dam is overflowing  as was the list of blog posts in my Inoreader RSS feeds. Being forced to stay indoors gave me plenty of time to review the many posts that presented themselves.



In this week prior to ANZAC Day I could have filled this list with stories of bravery but I deliberately stayed away from those stories. I could not single out one story from many about our brave men - there were so many.

 1. Donna shares a local spy story
http://mosman1914-1918.net/project/blog/a-local-spy-story

2. Alona's post sent me scrambling for old autograph books
http://www.memorabiliahouse.com/2015/04/far-more-than-just-autographs/

3. A blogger reminds us of the varierty of media that can be found in Trove
http://connectingthefamily.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/unlocking-family-stories-trove-part-2.html

4. Thanks for sharing this useful resource Lilian
http://researchbylily.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/abbrevations-found-in-genealogy.html

5. Janet reminds us to ask the right questions
http://one-place-studies.org/q-is-for-2015/

6. Perkinsy discusses respect

7. Friday Fossicking - an interesting series from Chris
http://thatmomentintime-crissouli.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/friday-fossicking.html

8. Sharon reminds us that we can all make mistakes


10. Debra remembers Nannie
http://pocketfulloffamilymemories.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/winifred-ellen-100-years.html

3 comments:

Alona Tester said...

Lots of great reads here Jill. Thanks for the compilation.

Crissouli said...

Thanks for including Friday Fossicking, Jill

stumblingpast said...

Thanks for this interesting bunch of links Jill and thank you for including mine. I had a good read of these posts while waiting for something I was processing to finish. The first post on your list leads to the Mosman 1914-1918 project which is a great history resource.

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