Tag: Algeria

My Direct Family Line

Since my visit to Malta last year after obtaining buznannu Pawl’s passport and his birth certificate, I found the Cassar direct family line up to Felice Cassar, who is my buznannu x3 (buznannu Pawl’s nannu). That’s 5 generations, 6 if you include me. All I had for Felice was his name, I didn’t have any dates or even a name for his…

Inherent Omniscience

Inherent Omniscience – the ability to know anything that one chooses to know and can be known. What I love most about delving into my family history, is when you find something that no one else in your family knows about. Or finding a document that no one else in your family has. The more I keep finding, the more…

Rollercoaster of a Ride

Looking over my journey in researching my family history, it is very much like a rollercoaster. For a couple of weeks, you’re at the peak, beaming with excitement with the all this adrenaline of pride what makes you, you. Then there are the few months in between, where you come to a brick wall and get no where… Until you find motivation…

Another distant relative!

I decided yesterday, after not touching on my family history for over a month now, to get back into it. I thought I would do another search for Domenica Cremona for her place of birth and date of birth. I initially came across geneanet.org after finding a Domnique Cremona (not my buż nanna, but had a similar year of death)…

My Biggest Find So Far

I got given a link to an Algerian database, mainly to try and find the record of buż nanna Domenica’s birth in Bône. I had no luck (well at least with what I could make out of the site, it was all in French). I found one Domenica Cremona, with date of death one year difference. But was not her.…