Sometimes when I’m researching I get a feeling that there is much more to a family than I have found, I expect others get this too, a sort of sixth sense. Oh I was right!!!!
I just couldn’t believe what I saw, Elizabeth was born in Beaminster, Dorset!
Mildred Mary Gough was one of five daughters born to James and Theodosia, who married 11 May 1847 at St Andrews Church, Hornchurch, Essex.
It’s always a thrill when I find new old photos to add to my collection!
It’s amazing how the story of this family who moved to Australia can be told mainly through the Newspaper Archives.
I love that Ernest followed his father Edward to work on the Bradford Trams.
Kate Winifred came over from Australia in August 1924, so who was the Twins Daddy I wonder? Are you a descendant?
Five CDV’s I would love to know more about, can you help? I know some of you love a puzzle!
There’s a huge gap in any information spanning the Victorian years for Ffynone when this lady Frances Anna Higgon and her husband John Colby were the custodians.
Huge thanks once again to all these wonderful followers and all the snippets of information that made up the solving of these puzzles
My lovely followers on Twitter have excelled again recently with some of my old photos that I hadn’t researched.
This Blog has a link to Wellington, Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, a Governor of the Tower of London and even a link to a famous Olympic Gold Medallist!
What a surprise to find that the family TOSH was so well known in Cumberland. A big part of UK industrial heritage.
Then I saw her name on the back …Frances Constance Burke and instantly I thought of Burke’s Peerage🤔