Not a great deal happened to my family tree this week, a fair bit of planning and plotting and some transcribing, but not a lot of actual updating. 301 more words
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It wasn’t just his own or contemporary photographs that survived in the collection of my 2x great-uncle Percy Ebenezer Trower, but older family photographs. This is one such carte de visite that survived, probably dating to a couple of generations before Percy’s. 97 more words
Last night I took the plunge and started transcribing the diary of my 2x great-uncle Percy Ebenezer Trower.
I have been in this position before and have never managed to progress beyond the first couple of pages , hopefully this time I can keep the momentum going. 269 more words
There is not a lot of family history activity to report for the last two weeks. The fact that I have left it for two weeks shows just how family history free my time has been. 417 more words
This portrait is yet another photo from the collection of Percy Ebenezer Trower and it is of Percy himself.
Unfortunately I don’t have a date for this photo, the original is mounted on a large piece of card, but it doesn’t mention a photographer’s studio. 65 more words
My family history wouldn’t be half as interesting if it wasn’t for my 2x great-uncle Percy Ebenezer Trower.
Without him I would have virtually no photos of my Trower ancestors and relatives, I would be short a dozen or so death certificates and copies of wills, a handful of letters and not to mention the wonderful diary (actually three volumes). 190 more words