Society of Australian Genealogists

When they send me an email I always want to click it open right away. In what seems to be a continuing series on what emails excite me, I can honestly say these are my kind of people.

Today I missed a webinar as I wasn’t available when it was on, so they sent it to me. Packaged up, ready to go and waiting for me in my inbox when I got home. Now I get to watch it.

So this blog post is a shout out to the fine organisation that is, in short known as SAG. If you are ever serious about tracing your family but are on a tight budget, then it’s the best money you will spend for value.

A fabulous library, access to all the major family history programs, records on CD, journals and a magnificent education program. I also must mention they also have oodles of donated material on well, you guessed it, family history. I live in hope to find a photo there of one of my ancestors, but I will take anything really.

Visit their site here.  I urge you to just click.

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To remember is to rescue the sacred from the vacuum of oblivion.

The above quote can be accredited to Terryl Lynn Givens, professor of literature and religion at the University of Richmond.

I saw this recently on a video online. Yes, a genealogy website one at that.

The video was on journaling, it was really good actually. Watch it here https://www.rootstech.org/videos/steve-reed

Steve Reed gives us a compelling story to write often. Even if it is boring or monotonous. A reminder to write something.