As an amatuer geneaologist/family historian since 2008, I am (like so many of us) quite accustomed to meeting the occasional Brick Wall. But none has been quite so frustrating as my search for the final resting place of my husband’s maternal great grandmother, Rose Seabourne. In my search […]
I write, therefore I am! Love film, theatre,TV and books: science-fiction, thrillers/crime and mystery. Geek, wife and mum, sister. Created the official Appreciation Society for 'The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy', www.zzz9.org Author of 'The Methuselah Paradox' and new comic book series 'Minding Mama' (illustrated by Dan Schaefer). www.mindingmama.org
Author of 'The Journey & Other Short Stories' (August 2014) , 'The Methuselah Paradox' (August 2016) , 'New Leaf' (2017) , 'Minding Mama & Other Short Stories (Feb 2019) and 'Minding Mama' a post-apocalyptic adventure (tbc). Lots more in the pipeline!
I'm also researching my family history. Find out more on www.ancestors-reunited.com !
"Imagination is the highest kite one can fly." - Lauren Bacall
This image was found amongst a collection of photographs left by my Grandma Barbara Thomson (born Creasey)’ There is no name on the reverse, but it seems safe to assume that he may be related in some way – a cousin, perhaps? The cap badge has been identified […]
My father, John Frederick Thomson, was the eldest of male non-identical twins. He was born on 22nd May, 1925, in Fulham, London, to John William Thomson and Barbara Thomson (born Creasey). My father and his twin Roderick moved from Chelsea, London, to a newbuild in Avondale Road, Aldershot […]
Examining the inscription on the headstone of my great-great grandfather John Buckley (1839-1901) who lies interred with his wife Emma Holland (1840-1919) in Aldershot Military Cemetery, I noticed another name: Charles J Davenport. Who was he, I wondered? Research revealed that Charles (1871 – 1901) was the first […]
One of the unexpected benefits of signing up to the RootsTechConnect event recently was discovering more than one hundred relatives had also signed up! 107, to be exact. Who were all these people, I wondered? And why were the vast majority (over 100) in the United States (with […]
That’s a very good question. After all, I already have trees on Ancestry.co.uk, WikiTree, My Heritage….and so on. Why would I need yet another place to talk about my ancestors? It’s not as if I don’t sometimes struggle to keep them all updated… then there’s the question of […]