28 May has finally arrived!
Small back pack loaded with ipad, laptop, camera, voice recorder, external hard drive and note book, and a middling size suitcase stowed in the car ready for my husband to drop me to the airport tomorrow morning!!. Oh I do hope I have organised everything.
Genjourney here I come. Over the last week, I have been scanning and filing all documents that I think I might need to refer to as I do my research. I had planned to put together a power point with all the old photos I have, but alas that hasn't happened.
However, I have made up a time line in excel, on the events in Elizabeth Taylor (nee Rushworth)'s life with a corresponding time of historical events in UK and Lancashire. I think this will be a valuable tool, enabling me to get a better feel of the times and the events that she would have experienced in her life time.
As I put together all the bits and pieces, scanned all the photos and documents that I want to take to me I came across a couple of lovely old post cards from Lancashire that were sent to Australian when Tilly Holeman (nee Taylor) was visiting the Taylor/Rushworth Family in Lancashire in the mid 1900’s.
The note on the back reads "A very pleasant road heading out of Colne, past Foulridge Reservoir on the way to Skipton.”
I will have to see if I can recognise where this picture is taken while I am there and post a present day version. Stay posted for more!! Next Post will be from the United Kingdom.