A-Z challenge April 2022

 We did it!

We actually had a post for each letter of the alphabet.

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Members of the Sorell Historical Society wrote the majority of the posts for this challenge. Many thanks for taking part.

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A – About the blog and challenge – written by Sue

B – Blue Bell Inn – thanks David for writing this post

C – Carlton River area – written by Sue

D – Ralph Dodge – thanks Judy for writing this post

E – Early Sea Explorers – written by Sue

F – First People – thanks Melinda for writing this post

G – Gard family – thanks David for writing this post

H – Hannah Green – thanks Jo for writing this post

I – Inns and publicans – written by Sue

J – James Gordon – written by Sue

K – Kellevie – written by Sue

L – Land grants and using theLIST website – written by Sue

M – McGinniss family – thanks Judy for writing this post

N – Nomenclature of the district – written by Sue

O – Orielton Lagoon Ramsar Wetlands – written by Sue

P – Photography of Rollings – written by Sue

Q – Questions – written by Sue

R – Reardons of Thorn Hill – thanks Judy and Bev for writing this post

S – Surf Lifesaving – thanks Amanda for writing this post

T – Trades – thanks Jeanette for writing this post

U – Umbrella maker – thanks Jo for writing this post

V – Violet Vimpany – written by Sue

W – Watermen of Sorell – thanks Helen for writing this post

X – X marks the troth – thanks Peta for writing this post

Y – Yachting – thanks Melinda for writing this post

Z – Zelley – thanks Greg Williams for writing this post

5 thoughts on “A-Z challenge April 2022

  1. Hi and thank you I see that W is going to be a story from my family tree about nurse wiggins I have a picture of her and the cape she wore from Sorell so it will be interesting reading

    • Hi Stephen,
      Would be great if I could use the picture of her in the blog post. Or if you know a lot about her, perhaps you could write about 200 words about her life that I could then expand upon in the blog post.

    • Nurse Wiggins’ cape is in a glass display box in the History Room in the Sorell Memorial Hall. Her Nursing Certificate is also on display.

      • Peta that is the one I have a picture off and now finding out a few years ago that I am related to former marine Samuel Wiggins very proud of this heritage wanting to learn all I can about his time in Tasmania

  2. Ralph Dodge would be interesting to include in this challenge. He is my great grandfather and was born on Norfolk Island.

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