Family History

CEO’s and Social Media

As a regular user of social media to both engage with and listen to clients, peers and colleagues, I’m often surprised by the silence that descends from offices of my fellow CEO’s from around the globe and I’m not alone…. Read More ›

Reconnect, Share and Learn – the time is now

Earlier this month, the State Library of Victoria hosted its twelfth annual Family History Feast. Dealing with the subject of World War I, a range of fascinating subjects were discussed throughout the day, including the role of Australian women in… Read More ›

The restlessness of silence

If you listen for it closely enough, you’ll hear the moment when Melbourne’s heartbeat stops. It happens at around 1am – the familiar snarl of cars, trams, busy footpaths and ambient noise disappears. It’s then I think about what it… Read More ›

Press Release: 192.com reunites Stone-Age descendants

192.com, the UK’s leading people-finding directory, has reunited the living descendents of Somerset’s ‘Cheddar Man’, who lived more than 9000 years ago. Considered Britain’s oldest complete skeleton, the stone-age remains were found in Cheddar Gorge and were excavated in 1903…. Read More ›

My Genetic Link to Britain’s “Cheddar Man”…

Many years ago I became interested in the research my mother had completed, over many years, pre-internet assisted ancestral research. The photographs, stories and mysteries were captivating. Learning more of my mother’s family history and my own resonated with me… Read More ›

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