Bagg/s and Jenkinson Family Trees Now Online

Two more family trees are now accessible on the Tracing our History website. These are the Bagg/s and Jenkinson family trees.

A username and password are required to view the family trees hosted on the site. These are issued to family members who are able to show their relationship to the family.

These trees can be found via the link below:
http://tracingourhistory.com/secure/tree.html

Lilley Family Tree Now Online

The first of a number of family trees associated with my family is now accessible via the Tracing our History website. A username and password are required to view the family trees hosted on the site. These are issued to family members who are able to show their relationship to the family.

The first tree posted on the site is that of the Lilley family, starting with William Lilley (Born 1624) and follows his descendants. The tree can be found via the link below:
http://tracingourhistory.com/secure/tree.html

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?

This television show has been around for a while now, but I have only just now watched the very first episode of the Australian version. The episode was about the family history of Australian actor Jack Thompson. It was a very interesting presentation and I think the show will certainly ignite the interest of many people in researching their own family history. I’m a fan of the show now, for sure.

I believe there is also an English version of the show. The Australian version is available on DVD and is shown on SBS television.