Monthly Archives: March 2006

Book Crossing – Not So Secret Easter Bunny!

The name of my NSSEB partner arrived today. Another excuse to send a book or two and a few goodies to a fellow Book Crosser. Now off to hunt for the goodies!

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The Red Lion Hotel, Bredwardine – Near Hay-on-Wye

The Birmingham group of Book Crossers are having a day inHay on Wye; I’ve always wanted to go and wander around all 39 bookshops. Booked the accommodation today!

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Bromyard History Society

Having found reference to Sarah Good recorded in the 1901 census as being born in Bromyard Hereford I did a quick Google search this morning and found a reference to the History Society.

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Goucher/Good – Scarcliffe Derbyshire 1901

In 1995 we made a video of the documents held by my father in law relating to his parents. My husband’s paternal grandfather had served in the First World War and later spent some time in Canada, so there was … Continue reading

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Finally caught up!

I have finally caught up and got three book boxes ready to be collected, and several books that were waiting to be posted. I hate having things hanging around the house, but the last few weeks have been frantic, then … Continue reading

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Create & Craft

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Completed – What BC means to me Journal

Well, I finished this at the end of last week. I loved it. I’ve added a few pages of my ramblings and a few post cards and a few other bits. Don’t want to say to much as caffcaff reads … Continue reading

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Parslow Banjo

I was in the middle of looking at my PARSLOW information, spurred on by emails from someone I met via Rootschat. One of my Parslow’s from Kinston Upon Thames was a banjo maker. I have been looking for an example … Continue reading

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Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter

Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter

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Live Journal, Journaleers Group – Favourite Artwork – Feb 27, 2006

What is your favourite piece of art? It can be either a painting, drawing, graphic or sculpture. Please describe it and why you like it so much. What kind of feelings does it evoke in you? Do you know the … Continue reading

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