Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sepia Saturday 182 –

As I looked at this week’s prompt I had thoughts of my family. My Grandfather and his love of having a flutter and being quite a grump if his horse didn’t win! I pondered this morning why it was that … Continue reading

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Holy Trinity Church circa 1920

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Genealogical Hangover!

I have a genealogical headache hangover. Earlier this week I was writing a post, which will appear next week about a mystery I have. In order to complete the post I zipped off an email to the host of the … Continue reading

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A Fictional Account

On Sunday, I posted my fourth part of a series of posts about Filofaxes. A comment left by Jill who blogs at Geniaus prompted a response and as part of that response I have written a fictional account based upon some … Continue reading

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Filofax – Part Four

Back in January I wrote three posts about going back to my Filofax, You can read those posts  here – Part 1, Part 2 Part 3 Well, six months later and I am still not completely happy with my structure … Continue reading

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The In-Depth Genealogist – Digital Magazine – Issue 5 – OUT NOW!

The next issue of the free digital magazine is available NOW! http://e.issuu.com/embed.js Enjoy this digital edition of the magazine? then why not stop by The In-Depth Genealogist and read the Website,  Blog  take part in the Forum. You can read my … Continue reading

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Sepia Saturday – 181

The theme for this week is adornments. I didn’t really have anything that sprung to mind. Then I thought I might think a bit outside the box this week. If you read my blog, you will know that earlier in … Continue reading

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Treasure Chest Thursday – Pearlware Jug – Mary Clark 1802

Earlier in the week I spoke of a visit to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter. You can read my post HERE & see some photographs of the various plaques at Grave Encounters. One of the images that I did … Continue reading

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Sir John Bowring at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum Exeter

As I said yesterday, in my post about the Royal Albert Memorial Museum at Exeter, that I would share my memorial item from the Museum. One of my ancestors, was well known and lived in various places round the globe, … Continue reading

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Cathedral Grounds, Exeter

Having wandered around the museum and had a sit down with some lunch we ventured to look round the Cathedral Grounds at Exeter. Despite the forecast, the rain held off in Exeter although the sun did not venture out much … Continue reading

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