Trove Detective: A Real Turner Bonanza

Good news! Top row – Frank, Jack, George & Len Turner Front row – William (father), Syd, Roy & Bill Turner Thanks to George’s grandson, Jonathon Turner we now have this photograph of the Turner Family (about 1919-1920) which was mentioned in a previous blog. All seven sons returned from World War I and areContinue reading “Trove Detective: A Real Turner Bonanza”

Trove Detective: A Turner Bonanza

Who’s Who in this WW1 Turner Family? Whilst perusing Trove I came across images of ‘Two Patriotic Families’ in the South Australian Chronicle dated 24 June 1916. They were the seven Turner brothers and the seven Cooper brothers. Incredibly the Coopers also had pictures of the mother and father. Unfortunately, the names of the TurnerContinue reading “Trove Detective: A Turner Bonanza”

War Records: WW1 Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial

Cecil Edward Turner of Adelaide  Cecil Edward Turner, Service No. 7561, A.I.F. 10th Battalion, (SRSA GRG 26/5/4/42) First World War Roll of Honour – Cecil Edward Turner The Roll of Honour includes those who died while on active service or as a result of that service before April 1921. A ‘Search for a person’ for CecilContinue reading “War Records: WW1 Roll of Honour at the Australian War Memorial”

Trove Detective: John F. O’Reilly: Just a Little Trove Magic

Perseverance Rewarded.      Still struggling to find where John O’Reilly was buried. His marriage certificate showed his name as John Francis Benedict O’Reilly, an electrical engineer living in Petersham when he married Catherine Maude Wormersley, a dressmaker at St Thomas’ Church, Lewisham, New South Wales in May, 1913 at the age of 31 years.Continue reading “Trove Detective: John F. O’Reilly: Just a Little Trove Magic”