Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Sepia Saturday 253: Three Miners ….. and more

Three of my great great grand uncles, Michael, Thomas and William Kelly, were miners. They were brothers of my great great grandmother, Alice Morgan nee Kelly (1834-1904) Their parents were Cornelius Kelly and Mary Moloughney of Dualla, Tipperary, Ireland. Michael was born there in 1836, Thomas in 1843 and William in 1846. Michael went to …

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Sepia Saturday 252: A different type of cruise

In keeping with the 100th anniversary of ANZACS leaving Australian shores my Sepia Saturday post is about a different type of cruise on which so many of my ancestors sons and brothers embarked. In this post I have mentioned just a few. My paternal grandmother’s brother in law, Bertie Crowl, embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on …

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