Friday, November 11, 2016

GAGs - GeniAus' Gems - 11 November 2016

As I'm going out on the town tomorrow I am preparing this post early  and as a result it won't include any posts published after 4pm Thursday.


Many of the post I share appeal to me because they remind me of places I visited as a child.

1. I remember swimming here.
http://swimsallyswim.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/darelle-and-sallys-swimming-adventures.html

2. And we had many family picnics here.
https://sydneycemeteryadventures.wordpress.com/2016/11/07/vault-of-william-carss/

3. Our convict ancestors enjoyed this menu!
http://blogs.hht.net.au/cook/reconstructing-dinner-in-the-hyde-park-barracks-destitute-asylum/

4. You can explore this collection on your device.
https://anmm.wordpress.com/2016/11/07/unleash-your-inner-curator-exploring-our-collection-online/

5. These adjectives may enhance your writing.
http://custom-writing.org/blog/writing-tips/28365.html

6. Use copyrighted images at your peril.
http://www.yourbrisbanepastandpresent.com/2016/11/copyright-101.html

7. Kerryn's ancestor didn't swim.
http://ancestorchaser.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/knight-family-wiltshire-to-australia.html

8. Nana and Pop's story discovered.
https://suzysu.wordpress.com/2016/11/09/opening-the-door-on-a-new-journey/

9. Fran joined the Genealogy Photo a Day Challenge
http://travelgenee.com/genealogyphotoaday-instagram-november-07-2016/

As it's Remembrance Day here are a couple of military themed posts

10. Canada Bay Memorials.
https://canadabayconnections.wordpress.com/2016/11/05/remembrances-of-war/

11. A film to view.
http://empirecall.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/westgarthtown-world-war-1.html

12. An Irish Airman forsees his death.
http://molegenealogy.blogspot.com.au/2016/11/remembrance-day-11-november-2016_8.html



3 comments:

crgalvin said...

As always, a useful and entertaining collection of links. Thank you.

Genie Jen said...

Thanks for listing the Westgarthtown film about the men who served in WW1 which is a wonderful film.
Anyone with German ancestry in Melb, would enjoy a visit on one Sun a month to a well preserved 1850's farmhouse out at Thomastown. It was built by the Ziebell family from local volcanic rock, I don't know how they lifted such huge stones to make the walls. Check out the Westgarthtown website.

Fran Kitto said...

Jill, thanks for including me this time around. I enjoy your list each week! Fran

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