ATTENTION SHEARGOLD FAMILY MEMBERS I have just had a number of newspapers from the early 1800’s from Wilton & Salisbury in Wiltshire, England come into my possession. As “eye-witness” accounts to the events they...
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Due to scheduled website maintenance my website will not be able to be accessed on the following date. Maintenance Window: Friday 3rd June, 2022 22:30 - 00:30 AEDTExpected Outage/Downtime: 90 MinutesApologies for any inconvenience ... See MoreSee Less
Obviously too much time on my hands 😛 😛 😛 ... See MoreSee Less
What a great day it was here in Australia yesterday for ANZAC Day. It was great to see so many Aussies unite in the spirit of ANZAC and share so many memories of those who helped make this country what it is today. LEST WE FORGET ... See MoreSee Less
Maurice Richard "Mod" Harrison WWI Military Medal for GallantryLEST WE FORGET. ... See MoreSee Less
On this ANZAC Day 2022, let us also take time to reflect on the Service and Sacrifice of those family members who are serving and ex-serving Members of the Victorian Police Force.(If I have missed someone please send me a photo of yourself or your relative in uniform, I'd love to be able to include you / them, thank you for your service} ... See MoreSee Less
LEST WE FORGET.ANZAC DAY 25 April 2022Our Service Women.If you know of any other girls who served please let me know. ... See MoreSee Less
LEST WE FORGET. ANZAC DAY 25 April 2022Our Harrison Family Servicemen. ... See MoreSee Less
LEST WE FORGET. ANZAC DAY 25 April 2022Our Patton Family Servicemen. ... See MoreSee Less
Just had a great morning having a cuppa with my long lost 2nd Cousin (Once Removed) Lynette Bowtell (née Pointer) and her daughter Pam Bowtell (3rd Cousin) who, I have recently discovered, only live about 3kms from my home (Who knew 😜). Lynette is the Granddaughter of Alfred Theodore Patton & Emma Dawson through Gwendoline Millicent Patton. ... See MoreSee Less
garypatton6267.personal.aiAI84%04:01 PMWilliam Patton was born in Kirkwall & St Ola, Orkney Islands, Scotland, and was christened on the 28 Sep 1828. William ran away from home at a young age, flying to America aboard a ship as a cabin boy and then to the southern oceans, according to anecdotal family research. ... See MoreSee Less
My Ai (Artificial Intelligence) is now starting to compile some of its own information about the family. Not 100% yet but this is a great 1st effort for a Facebook Post. Nelson was shot and killed during his final victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. Victory came under fire from the 74-gun Redoutable, lying off the Bucentaure's stern, and the 130-gun Santísima Trinidad. As sharpshooters from the enemy ships fired onto Victory's deck from their rigging, Nelson told him to take his pick. Victory's wheel was shot away, and another cannonball cut down eight marines. Nelson's secretary, John Scott, was nearly cut in two by a cannonball. Nelson then moved Victory across the stern of the 80-gun French flagship Bucent aure. ... See MoreSee Less
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