what i'm about
The non morbid fascination of death.
For as long as I can remember I've had an intense relationship with
the humaness of death. It is something that touches us
indirectly and eventually directly - there is no escaping it. In
the meantime we can learn so much from the social history aspect of
death. This also ties in with my love of genealogy and knowing
WHO is a part of me.
I adore researching my
and love my
photography - and ongoing research.
Discovering stories via my grave photograpy and
sharing with others via Flickr; my blog and other databases
- I am
researching a mourning
our collection and
writing a paper
SOME THINGS I'M INVOLVED WITH
as collection manager, human history
~Collection: medals, awards, presentation pieces and personal items of
an iconic New Zealander
& other service personnel
~WWI Souvenir cloths
~Collection: Chinese clothing, fur stoles, misc objects
~WWI needlework cloth [by recouperating soldier]
~WWII Mouth Organ & Kit bag
~Prayer Shawl bag
FROM THE PAST:
Trust Gala Dinner
29 May 2014
objects for Sir Tony Robinson's visit
: Koen Verlaeckt &
~Arranged member of public
visit with Ensign McKenna's Victoria Cross
CONNECT WITH ME
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This website is under construction
My other website is
I'M GOING TO GALLIPOLI!
I was successful in the second ballot to attend the Centenary
service, April 2015! VERY EXCITED!