#familyhistorymonth2022 Throughout our family history journeys we all undertake the trek to cemeteries to family members from our past. For some this may be close and for others far away. Many are fortunate in that we can still see the headstones of those who have gone before us. For others we may never find the... Continue Reading →
Whats In A Name?
#NationalFamilyHistoryMonth How often did you think about where your name came from when you were growing up? As a child everyone in our family knew that our middle names came from people in the family. Who they came from was not always clear. The middle names varied from May for a Jessie May HALL (our... Continue Reading →
#52ancestors52weeks First Railways Standing Committee appointed 1 January 1913: Back Row, L- R : J. Sincock (sec); H. Jackson; H. Chesson. Front Row L-R W. Hague; J.P. Wilson, P.T.Heggaton (chariman); A. Von Doussa.  As we gear up for the next South Australian election it seems a fitting time to explore the life and career... Continue Reading →