Category: WW1

William Henry EAGLAND and family

This amazing and wonderful old photo we found just after moving to Beaminster, in a fabulous old antique shop down near the coast, it was mostly full of ‘junk’ but I love places like that, lots of dirt and dust, stuff all piled up, such a treasure trove […]

Fanny Elizabeth Davis.Some Old Photos

Here’s four old Postcard photos that I bought together from a seller at the Bath and West Showground Fleamarket earlier this year. Its lovely when I find a name written on the back…….But there are a few possibilities for this lady, nothing conclusive as yet ! What a fabulous […]

War Animals in Memory

In Memory of the large and small Animals that played their part in our War History. From the Elephants & Horses to the Slugs & Glowworms, they have all played their part in helping to save Human lives. HorsesAt the start of the War, WW1 the British Army […]

Arthur Larcombe and Chardstock

This is just a brief update about Arthur Larcombe. We had a couple of weeks away touring round Devon and Cornwall and on the way back we stopped off at Chardstock in Devon, where Arthurs family came from. What a wonderful village it looks The pub looked very […]

The Chiddicks Family Tree

Every Family has a story to tell..........Welcome to mine

Genealogy Certification: My Personal Journal

a journal about my experiences becoming a certified genealogist

Somerset & Dorset Family History Society

The SDFHS helps people, wherever they live, to research their family history and to help add local context and connections to the basic information they may already have found. Website: www.sdfhs.org

Beaminster Museum

Our visitor information site

the rescued photo

discovering the story it tells

historyangels

History Angels' genealogy & history blog

charnwoodgenealogy

News and updates from my Charnwood Genealogy adventures