I’m helping out with a school holiday event called Minecraft At The Museum (click the link and go about half way down the page) this week and Sunday we were setting up the computer network in an old museum building called The Armoury which is behind the South Australian Museum on North Terrace, Adelaide. I hadn’t … [Read more…]
This photograph, taken from the top of the bulk-loading gantry of the wharf, shows the last-minute preparations that are being made prior to the commencement of the “big pour” on Monday. This week I’ve been trying to find out the history of the Port Pirie, South Australia grain silos. I found the above newspaper cutting … [Read more…]
My parents have jokingly argued about whose ancestor this was for years as the photo got mixed in with both of their photo collections and neither could remember whose it was. My Mum gave me the photo yesterday and I have been able to identify it! This is Eleanor Wigley nee Greenway, my Mum’s paternal … [Read more…]
I’ve been scanning and sorting more of my Dad’s photos and I wanted to see if there were any photos of a taxi similar to his online. This is where Google’s search by image function comes in handy.
I’ve written here before about my love for Christmas Carols. I remember my Mum would often play her Vienna Boys Choir Christmas Carols record at Christmas. I’ve been reminiscing with some Youtube videos today. Did you listen to Christmas music from your ancestor’s native land growing up? Do you still listen to it … [Read more…]
I obviously missed the announcement from Google that they were now providing indoor maps as I got such a pleasant surprise when I was searching for the birth place of a client’s ancestor. I had the house name, King Charles’ House, New Street, Worcester, Worcestershire from an obituary and from census records so I looked … [Read more…]