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Useful Web Design hints for Bloggers: How to increase visits?

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Genealogy Sphere - 04/02/14 - 14 days ago

There are common mistakes among many bloggers and website page designers. To clear the doubts and improve my blog, I decided to implement a few aspects and hints to change my website design. You can do the same, this way, you will be able to generate more traffic. Turning it into conversions should ...

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Top of the line web design solutions

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Genealogy Sphere - 04/02/14 - 14 days ago

A website, in addition to providing relevant and quality information, must have a quality easy website design and above all, effective. Plus, you cannot forget about the right logo provided by singapore logo design. Websites that are successful, are usually “user friendly” (friendly),...

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Web design: Determine if you need to redesign your site

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Genealogy Sphere - 04/02/14 - 14 days ago

Whether you have a business, or you’re a freelancer, having a website is critical to get your message to as many people as possible. Select form top seo company services who will allow you to enhance your visibility. No matter what you want, there are infinite website templates that will make ...

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Launch of the Australian Female Convict Database!

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KKGENEALOGY - 03/15/14 - 32 days ago

Today we are excited to launch our Australian Female Convict Database – A Genealogical Community Project! Be part of this exciting new concept to immortalise the founding women of our country. WIN PRIZES! Learn to write your ancestors’ story. Help to create a completely FREE research...

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What loves means to me

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KKGENEALOGY - 02/15/14 - 59 days ago

Oh its such a little word that when young we learn to spell but lately literary murderers have thrown its body down the well. First to go was lettering The o and e got shoved and replaced with some monstrosity spelt L. U. V – is that Love? But worse than that occurring is the latest trend in...

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Unlock the Past Sydney Session Feb 2014

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KKGENEALOGY - 02/14/14 - 60 days ago

I had been looking forward to this conference for some time now and hoped to be able to attend it with my trusty offsider, Kristy, but unfortunately the poor old thing could not come. Kristy is recuperating from a car accident she had last week in which some moron P plater drove straight through a...

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Till Death Us Do Part – Convict Marriage in Australia

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KKGENEALOGY - 02/08/14 - 67 days ago

This article from the Sydney Gazette on the 10th of September 1827 is a fine example of just how women were treated under Marsden’s watch and “guidance”. For anyone who is researching a female convict ancestor and wondering why she married when she did, this is the article for...

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In a defacto relationship? Be grateful you weren’t in Colonial...

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KKGENEALOGY - 02/08/14 - 67 days ago

Sydney Gazette 24th February 1810 Proclamation. By His Excellency Lachlan Macquarie, Esquire, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c. &c. &c. WHEREAS HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has seen with great Regret, the Immorality and Vice so...

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Parramatta’s Past – December 1804

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/25/14 - 80 days ago

While researching this morning I came across this section of the Sydney Gazette that I found quite interesting. I hope you do too. Sydney Gazette 16th December 1804 Page 4 “Yesterday evening a Gala was given by the Natives at Parramatta, at which the well known Yaranibi received a very severe ...

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Dogs got away with it, convicts didn’t

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/25/14 - 80 days ago

Just imagine the punishments if this “crime” had been committed by a convict. Sydney Gazette 21st July 1805 “Every avoidable expense in a family must be deemed extravagance, and every article of extravagance, an article of luxury. If proper attention were bestowed upon this...

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Hobbies

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/24/14 - 81 days ago

I kept putting off writing this entry into the Book of Me and I couldnt figure out why, until this moment. Right now Im sitting in my sunroom and looking out my back windows to the garden, and I notice that there are bits and pieces of weeding and pruning that need doing to make it look finished in ...

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Traditional Holidays

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/24/14 - 81 days ago

Family holidays evoke memories of smells, sounds, sights, tastes and feelings that punctuate time with their strength and resilience. The most widely celebrated traditional holiday around the world is Christmas and this has its roots in ancient Christian beliefs. From the snow covered pine-cones in ...

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Take a Walk in their Footsteps

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/24/14 - 81 days ago

Ive researched a lot of family history going back to the colonial days of Australia when the concept of having a family holiday would have been as alien to the inhabitants of the colony as taking a walk on the moon would have been in my grandparents lives. Through the blood, sweat and tears of...

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Too close to home

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/22/14 - 83 days ago

I popped briefly on to Ancestry just now to follow a link from this page from a subscriber overnight and saw that I had some 40 odd new hints. The first on the list I found to have the right name, but it was the wrong person, as is usually the case and I got a bit … well let’s just say...

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Military Monday: Squire POSEY (1785-1876) ~ War of 1812 – Post #1

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Genealogy Sphere - 01/20/14 - 85 days ago

Todays military post is about my 5th Great-Grandfather Squire POSEY.

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Census Sunday: James Melton ROBERTSON ~ 1880 Jackson County, Alabama, USA

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Genealogy Sphere - 01/19/14 - 86 days ago

Todays census is from Hunt County, Texas in 1880. It lists my 3rd Great-Grandfather, James Melton ROBERTSON by his initials “J. M. ROBERTSON” as Head of Family on line 1 of page 11. He is listed as 31 years of age, born in Georgia, USA and with no occupation listed. Continue reading...

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Reading Headstones

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/12/14 - 94 days ago

In the “olden days” when I first started researching genealogy, a trip to a cemetery meant packing a can of talcum powder and a dustpan and broom to put into the indentations on the headstones which were unreadable. Well, times have changed and what we take for granted today, would have ...

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The Feeling of Home

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/12/14 - 94 days ago

This week’s topic has had me thinking day and night about just what I feel makes a home, or rather, the feeling I get when I know I’m home. I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s all about C’s. It’s Clean Comfort. My furniture has to be comfortable and it has to...

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Who Do You Miss?

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/06/14 - 100 days ago

Who Do You Miss? Dad and I at The Entrance Mini Golf about 1960. He wouldn’t give me the stick! Im not going to write a long answer to that question, its too painful to do that. In just under 4 months time from today, my Dad will have been gone for 20 years. There hasnt been a day gone by in ...

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My First Present

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/06/14 - 100 days ago

Now this is a tough topic. I dont know the answer to it. I dont know the first thing I was ever given. I mean everyone gives you things when you are born but its usually clothes or nappies or other such baby stuff. I know I still have some very old toys but Im not sure if they were the first thing...

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My Favourite Toys

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KKGENEALOGY - 01/06/14 - 100 days ago

Me in my cane chair with BrideDoll, Mickey, Dog and Bear Being born in the late 1950s I had the total good fortune NOT to have a Playstation or Xbox as a child. Weird, I know so totally like random Im sure you must be thinking. How on earth could she possibly have known what to do with her days...

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10 Genealogical New Years Resolutions for 2014

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KKGENEALOGY - 12/31/13 - 106 days ago

As we head into 2014, take a minute or five to choose your Genealogical New Years Resolution: 1. Throw out last years unfinished re-organisation of family history records. 2. Start a new organisation system for family history records. Spend a lot of money on folders and plastic sleeves and back up...

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SAVE Historic Windsor Bridge and Thompson Square: Pencil Drawing 1912

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KKGENEALOGY - 12/21/13 - 116 days ago

nla.pic-an2726940 Wilson, Hardy, 1881-1955. Terrace, Thompson’s Square, Windsor, N.S.W. [picture] 1912. 1 drawing : pencil and french crayon ; 28.8 x 31.7 cm.

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SAVE Historic Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Sydney Herald 27th...

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SAVE Historic Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Hawkesbury Courier 9th ...

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SAVE Historic Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Hawkesbury Courier...

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SAVE Historic Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Sydney Morning Herald...

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KKGENEALOGY - 12/21/13 - 116 days ago

OPENING OF THE BRIDGE AT WINDSOR, {FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.} THE greatest gala day we have ever witnessed was Thursday last, upon the occasion of the opening of the bridgeover the Hawkesbury, connecting, the agricultural districtof Wilberforce with the town of Windsor. The day was observed as a...

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SAVE Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Hawkesbury Advertiser 8th...

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SAVE Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Hawkesbury Advertiser 21st May...

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SAVE Windsor Bridge & Thompson Square: Sydney Morning Herald 22nd...

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