This is the first year I have taken part in the iGene awards. I hope you enjoy revisiting these posts, which are a selection from 2011.
There is not especially lots of humour at Anglers Rest blog. Hopefully, not because I am grumpy, but just because that is the way it is. It might seem odd to select a post about Disasters, which appeared as the post for week 10 of 52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy. There is a wonderful story which is about my Grandmother – completely oblivious to the potential chaos! Read that post HERE
The nomination for this is probably the lengthy post I wrote about Henry Rhodes Hindle, who is a relative of my husband’s. Henry was born in England in 1904 and migrated as a baby in 1905. A fascinating history and I really enjoyed piecing together Henry and his parent’s life. You can read the full post HERE
This is awarded to the post I submitted to commemorate Australia Day 2011. It reflects the trials and tribulations of George Bridges Bellasis and his wife Esther, nee King. Esther was truly a remarkable women. She made her mark in history. You can read that post HERE
Best Screen Play
Now, this is not cheating, but for this I am also going to nominate the post I submitted for Australia Day 2011. Where Esther was a remarkable women, her husband was a bit of a scamp! and I think his story would make a fabulous screen play! That post is HERE
The award for this goes to one of my favourite family photographs.
The photograph shows my Great Great Grandmother, Caroline Harris nee Ellis and four of her daughters, My Great Grandmother is the lady on the far left. You can read the post that I submitted to Fearless Females HERE
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