Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday - Author Unknown
Oh yes Friday is here again!!! and as usual, there are a lot of things on my to do list that have not been ticked off!! (Hence my opening quote), I am definitely not Robinson Crusoe!!!
I did manage to finish my story on my grandmother Eliza Hazel Palin and have to reflect that writing these short histories of my female ancestors is taking longer that I thought. I have found that I am getting caught up in the stories of their times and the events they lived through. What is becoming even more obvious to me is the huge holes in their stories, all that information that has been lost along the way. It makes me wish I had taken more time years ago to gather the stories while there were people around to tell them. All very well in hindsight you might say.
My biggest project this week has been reading and learning about the online application called Evernote. So far I am quite impressed with its different applications and plan to write next week on how it can be a useful tool for the genealogy research. If you are interested in checking this application it can be downloaded from http://evernote.com/.
Earlier this week I did get sidetracked researching one of my husbands great uncles that fought in WWI, so this week I will share with you a few useful sights if you are planning to research a member of your family that fought in the Great War.
The Australian War Memorial; http://www.awm.gov.au/
Role of Honour: Search site http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/roll_of_honour/
ANZAC's Diaries: http://www.anzacwebsites.com/gallipoli/diaries.htm
The ANZACS: http://www.lighthorse.org.au/
Gallipoli and the Anzacs: http://www.anzacsite.gov.au/
Indigenous Australians at War: http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/collections/exhibitions/iaaw/home.html
The Australian Light Horse Association: http://www.lighthorse.org.au/
Australian at War: http://www.australiansatwar.gov.au/default.html
National Archives: Army WWI: http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/explore/defence/service-records/army-wwi.aspx
Australian WWI Nurses: