This is the first blog post I have written in Norwegian as my audience so far is predominantly UK, USA and Australia, so I hope the rest of you will bear with me and come back tomorrow I will try not to make a habit of it.
Nå er jeg ganske nysgjerrig. Hittil har de fleste av treffene på bloggen som viser Norge som land på statistikkene vært på grunn av at jeg selv har leste den uten å bruke admin brukeren. I dag for første gang har 25% av treffene kommet fra lesere i Norge. Jeg kan ikke la være å lure på hvem her i landet leser noe sånt :) Tar gjerne i mot kommentarer fra mine norske lesere også.
Hmmm – that little paragraph really baffled WordPress spelling and grammar checks.
My 4x great grandparents, Adam Carr and Jane Nesbitt, were married on 6 June 1767 at Longbenton in Northumberland.
That makes this “xxx years ago today” post among my oldest events. Jane was a Longbenton lass and Adam was from Belford so I cannot help wondering what made him travel 47 miles south and marry a girl from there. Whatever the reason, I am glad he did
I wonder what they would have made of how far their descendants are scattered around the world. Doubt if they even knew where Norway is.
To those of you who take the time to read my blog and leave real comments I would like to say that I really enjoy the dialogue I have with you. It inspires me to keep up my regular posting knowing that people are reading and appreciating the effort
Had to laugh tonight when a comment plucked out by my Akismet spam filter told me that many of the responses to my blog are from brain dead people. If anyone is brain dead it is the spammer who was telling me that I am stupid, that you are stupid and at the same time inviting me to connect with him on twitter, facebook, LinkedIn and more. What an idiot.
Trying my hand at a gallery format post for the first time to showcase various restoration contributions for a photo of my great grandparents Leonard Cracket and Mary Parkinson. Very curious to see if I have got it right. The … Continue reading →