Ah well me thinks I am still the master of most of my own destiny A/S
It’s so nice to have a date and a family name on this small photo, and not just the family name.
Twitter follower Jenni @JenniPH came to the rescue, BEVERLY! Huge thanks Jenni!
Out of all these details on the Census records, Birth certificates and Marriage certificate what is actually true?
Look out for part 2 of this family story coming soon!
Was Walter the Artist my Walter? Mystery solved!
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!!!!
Mildred Mary Gough was one of five daughters born to James and Theodosia, who married 11 May 1847 at St Andrews Church, Hornchurch, Essex.
Amazing what you can find out about a gravestone CDV and a Bible Class certificate.
It’s amazing how the story of this family who moved to Australia can be told mainly through the Newspaper Archives.
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.
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!
I found this lovely family photo on a Cabinet Card was taken at a photographers studio in Melbourne, Australia in 1892.
Three photos that featured on my Sunday Puzzle on Twitter about the Bannerman Family in Canada