Photo Album

Grindstone State School, located just outside of Nanango in Queensland, Australia, opened in 1907 and closed in 1954.  My husband’s grandmother attended this school, she is the girl sitting on the far right at the front.

My husband’s grandmother was the only girl born to Alfred & Amelia, her name was Rachel Nutley.  Here she is pictured with her 3 brothers – James, Walter and John.  Rachel Nutley was a twin sister to Alfred, who only lived four days.  Her other…

My husband’s great grandfather, Alfred Nutley, born in 1864 in Harrisville, Queensland, Australia.  He married a Scottish lass named Amelia Raverty and together they had 7 children.  Sadly only two of  their children would live past the age of 30.  Alfred died from cancer of…

It’s hard to imagine that this photograph was taken 167 years ago.  This is my father’s great great grandmother, Neeltje Rooden, with his great grandfathter, Dirk Van Den Berg on her lap.  Neeltje was born in 1805 in Hensbroek in the Netherlands.  Many generations later…

William Henry Murch with his daughters, Nola & Joan, and Moya in front.  I love this photo with the girls wearing their nice clothes.  This is one of many photos belonging to a research project I completed for my aunt, Janne McDonald (nee Powell).  William…

A high school photo of my mum, she is the girl on the right with the cute pigtails.  I just love the girls glasses on the left!

My great grandparents, Alfred Harry Guymer & his wife Rose Marshall Miller, with their children.  My maternal grandmother, Eva Jean Guymer is the little girl at the front.

Found among the many photos belonging to my husband’s grandmother, Rachel Nutley, this photo is like so many of the day.  I wish I knew their names…