At the end of last year Julie Goucher, from Anglers Rest Blog Spot came up with the great idea of a blog with a genealogical and historical theme that each day featured a different blogger from around the world. A call was put out to those interested in participating and I was lucky enough to be included. Worldwide Genealogy - A Genealogical Collaboration was born!
This has been an such a rewarding project, with bloggers from all around the world sharing family stories, research hints, posing questions and providing advice. Being involved has pushed my blogging boundaries, and inspired me to research and explore subjects that I wouldn't have previously thought of. Each blog provides new ideas, hints and resources and I am looking forward to continued collaboration.
Here is a summary of my blogs on Worldwide Genealogy - A Genealogical Collaboration
January: Hi from another Aussie Blogger
February: Evernote Collaboration - Sharing of tips and experiences.
March: Genealogical Culture Shock
April: Visiting Past Connections: Reflecting on the influence of the gold rush on our family
May: What did your family do? Shepherd family carriers in the Braidwood District
June: A Town Forgotten - Family links to the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
July: Genealogy CSI Style - Facial Recognition
August: WWI Relic of Some Significance
September: Using Time Lines as a Family History Writing Tool