The wedding of Frederick Arthur Golesworthy to Ada Dearing in 1932 in Hackney, London. From left to right: Bridesmaid (unknown), Charles Leonard Reuby, Frederick Arthur Golesworthy, Ada May Dearing, possibly the bride’s father, Lilian May Golesworthy. The child is unknown. Fred died only ten years later, when his ship HMS Arethusa was torpedoed escorting a convoy … Continue reading
I started my blog on 3 January 2011 to encourage myself not to give up on researches. I’ve had several longish periods of time in 2011 when I haven’t had time to do anything, but it has persuaded me to take up my researches again when time is available. According to the WordPress stats, I … Continue reading
I’ve added information on people in the following families: Binks (Utah) Roylance (Utah) Pugh (UK) Heath (UK) Baugh (UK) I’ve added events to people in the following families: Carter (Service in the Black Hawk Wars) Binks (Utah immigration) Births, marriages or deaths for several individuals I’ve added images for the following families: Binks Roylance Golesworthy … Continue reading
My GenealogyinTime toolbar has introduced me to some interesting sites. GenWriters – even if you don’t plan to write a book about your family, there are still plenty of tips for genealogists here, including a large resources section, and several tutorials. Mainly for those in the US, but still worth reading as many hints can … Continue reading
Genealogists world-wide have rushed to correct the strange ideas held by the LA Weekly. So for me this is the face of genealogy – my 5xgreat-grandfather. And thanks to Geneabloggers, the LA Weekly has actually changed the image in it’s article.