Thursday, May 26, 2016

ARCHIVED: British and Irish Military Records Study Group


DearREADERS,
Sandra Williamson caught the recorded version of Tuesday's hangout and reports:



"Great session enjoyed it very much even if I was a day late to the party. It made me think I have military relatives that I hadn'€™t really considered before but who related to the British military. They include a member of the East Indian Army who eventually came to Australia. And another who served on a convict ship as part of the guard who would also have been part of military. And then there was the ancestor who went to sea leaving behind his wife, and became a merchant seaman, never to be seen again although two generations on we think we have settled in the US. Lots to learn. Really looking forward to next week. Thanks everyone."
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