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Family Photo Friday – I would dearly love to give this beautiful bride a name!

This wonderful photo is just one of the collection of family photos that I inherited. Unfortunately, I can't find any details about the bride or her wedding. The anonymous bride The photo does provide a couple of small clues as to when the wedding took place. These help date the photo. They also give some… Continue reading Family Photo Friday – I would dearly love to give this beautiful bride a name!

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Family Photo Friday – The Sisters

Week 32 OF 52 ANCESTORS CHALLENGE PROMPT: SISTER Today's family photo is a wonderful studio portrait of a paternal great grandmother Christina Ann Woolley nee Hicks (1875-1951), one of her her sisters Margaret Cook nee Hicks (1865-1952) and a sister- in law Lucy Hicks nee Keene. Lucy was married to George Hicks (1873-1956). One of… Continue reading Family Photo Friday – The Sisters

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Scenic Saturday – Franklin, Tasmania

WILLIAM WOOLLEY [1801-1863], one of my 3x great grandfathers. was buried on 1 April 1863 in this cemetery attached to the former St John's Church of England in Franklin, looking down on the Huon River. It was recorded that William had succumbed to "General debility and break up of the Constitution". William, his wife Melinda… Continue reading Scenic Saturday – Franklin, Tasmania