My daughter and I have been researching our family history in a different way to many other people. We are not content with Births, Deaths and Marriage dates, nor do we get excited over books filled with pages of lists of descendant lines.
We want to know the real life story of each of our ancestors and to this end, we have created KKGenealogy.
We have spent years researching various lines of our family and delving deeper and deeper into the real stories behind the names. This hard work has been very fruitful in piecing together the day to day lives of each ancestor. We are now happy to announce that we feel so confident in our research that we are ready to share it with interested descendants.
Our aim is not to say that we have the complete story, but to offer a richer knowledge of our ancestors, in the hope that other genealogists will continue the stories based on our research.
We have on offer detailed books on the lives of particular people who don't usually show up in Australian Biographical Dictionaries, but, who have shaped the direction of our country in their own unique ways.
The names we currently have on offer (or will have available very soon) include:
Thomas William Anlezark,
Mary Ann Doyle,
John William Crawford,
Emma Jane Howe,