Monthly Archives: November 2013

Christmas at the Homeplace by William Leverne Smith

Earlier this year I was asked by Dr Bill, a fellow contributor to the In-Depth Genealogist magazine if I would review a book in the Homeplace Series. I was delighted to, and you can read that review HERE. A few … Continue reading

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Hitler’s Furies by Wendy Lower

About six weeks ago I wrote this post, Where Ever the Road Leads, prompted to do so having read an article in the newspaper about the book shown here. I was therefore interested to come across a podcast of the … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip Update – More on Evernote

Yesterday I shared a post about using Evernote for email storage. Today I am going to share something that I learnt over the weekend, and I was simply delighted! I typically use Evernote for the purposes I described yesterday from … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip – Evernote and Saving Emails

A few weeks ago I shared that I am a One-Note girl – you can read that post HERE. In that post, I mentioned that until I had upgraded my laptop I had used a mixture of OneNote and Evernote. … Continue reading

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In Search of Leo Muller

A week or so ago, I came across this article, in which the author, Eric Muller explained that he was trying to discover the exact fate of his late Uncle, Leo Muller, in Europe during the Holocaust. Apart from feeling … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day Photo Collage – Round Up!

Over the last two weeks I have shared fourteen photographs, one each day of someone who I thought should be acknowledged for the contribution they made in respect of King (and Queen) and Country. We started out at the beginning … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day Photo Collage – Day Fourteen

This photograph was among some family photos that I acquired through the late cousin of my Grandfather, Ivy Sheffield. She had several of William Arthur West in South Africa during the Boer War, including one of him with another unknown … Continue reading

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Remembrance Day Photo Collage – Day Thirteen

I have been to Canberra and the Canberra War Memorial several time. I last visited in October 2012 and you can read about that HERE This is a photograph of the wall of rememberance. The N.L. Ludlow is of interest. … Continue reading

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Should be a Tuesday’s Tip! – Google Plus and Blogger

A few days ago someone commented to me via a blog post that by upgrading Blogger profiles to Google profiles it meant that some people who had chosen no to do that could not leave comments on blogs. Judy Webster … Continue reading

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Book of Me, Written by You, Prompt 12

Today is week 12 of what is going to be a 15 month project. Each Saturday, at around 12.30am UK time I will release the prompt for that week’s Book of Me, Written by You. If you are new here, … Continue reading

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