Just popping in the let you know I’ve updated the page for my Jackson ancestors, and also added a page for one of the families they married in to, the Bancrofts. I’ve also added a couple of new links to the sidebar (which desperately needs updating because I’m sure some of the links no longer… Read More New pages and links you may wish to peruse …
This might prove to be a bit of a longshot, but if anyone can read the following I’ll be extremely grateful. I’ve tried the translation sites but the results made very little sense: Ad pedem Parietis huic lapidi vicini jacet, Rebecca Lovering, mater Thomœ Lovering, Quæ cum annos Octoginta & unum implessit, morti cessit, Sic… Read More Anyone Speak Latin?
Well, moving elsewhere wasn’t a great success; people continued to use this blog instead, and I kept forgetting to update the new one, so it looks like I’ll just have to move back here lol It’s lovely to see how much use the blog has had even during it’s hiatus, especially the GILBY thread which… Read More Quick Update and Some New Lines
It’s eons since I updated this blog, sorry about that😦 I’ve also noticed a teensy pile of comments, so if you’re waiting for a response, I’ll be with you asap. I’ll try to update more often …
I saw this game over at Jasia’s Creative Gene blog, and thought I’d play along. The idea is you open up your database, find the 1000th person you entered and tell us more about them. My 1000th was Bridget Basket who was the wife of my 11th great-uncle, Colonel Thomas Phelips. Bridget and Thomas married… Read More Who’s my 1000th?
Fingers crossed, there should be a video above. This post is my entry into the Carnival of Irish Heritage and Culture which this time invites participants to share what they most love about Irish culture. My contribution (assuming the video appears) is Parisienne Walkways by Phil Lynott and Gary Moore for no other reasons than… Read More Carnival of Irish Heritage and Culture, 10th Edition