"Herewith on the subject of “in search of……” You will see that I have included two items, depending on much time we have... David Hall"
"This small PowerPoint presentation features a slightly distant ancestor in lieu of a story about a grandparent of whom I really only knew one. William Hinds' life provides insight into the fortunes of early Melbourne so may be of interest in that context. I suspect that there might be more about him to be found in places such as Trove."
Our 'Family Stories' Blog
In 2021 we are sharing Family Stories related to family research - both the discoveries and the processes of discovery - in each class. Class members can present stories orally as a 'show and tell', through documents presented to class, and through written stories of a suggested 150 - 400 words shared in class and on this webpage. This page features the written stories, often with photographs and sometimes with images of family history documents.
- Groups A - Z
- A - B
- C - F
- G- O
- P - Z