‘Orse Thieves

In 1958 when I was about 7 or 8 years old my father, my older brother and I went to Burracoppin to buy some stores for the farm which was situated at Booraan approximately 14 miles distance. Somehow (as was my dad’s want) we ended up “having a drink” with a...

An anecdote from 1936

Ron Adams found an article in the West Australian written way back in 1936. It’s an anecdote written by Elsie M. Lloyd Annois of Claremont, Western Australia. It tells the story of how Mary Glass discovered the first gold in the Eastern District at the bottom of...

New Forum Topic: Flavel Family History

An interesting piece of information has been posted to the adamswa.com forum: Descendants of Florence Jean (nee Walker) and Thomas George Adams might or might not realize that they are in the Flavel tree. Florence’s parents were Martha Bayes (nee Parker) and...

Digger took Jerusalem tour

It must have been quite a moment for a young farmer from Nungarin. It was December 1917 and Thomas George Adams, of the 10th Light Horse Regiment, was among the World War I Diggers who had helped capture Jerusalem. Read more on how much we owe our lives to a pocket...

Forum question

The very first forum question was asked in December: hi i am looking for info on a jack and barbera adams mom is elsie and tom adams , jack moved to australia died 2010 had 4 boys barbera married frank bellis had 5 children moved to usa detroit , i am just looking for...