Tag Archives: Joadja

1. The 100 Year Story of Joadja Creek from Booming Shale Oil Mine to Deserted to Ghost Town

I was most perplexed when I read that my great great Uncle Henry “Harry” Thomas Hicks Jnr had been in Joadja Creek in 1898.  I’d camped at Joadja years ago and always thought it was a remote place, with few … Continue reading

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1 – Discovering the Stories of the Glen Roy Bungalow’s WWI Owners – Henry “Harry” Thomas Hicks Jnr & Eva Kate

Note from Kerrie I had a Grandfather, Uncles and distant Cousins, serve in WWI, including Great Great Uncle “Harry” Hicks, aka Captain Henry Thomas Hicks Jnr of the 34th Battalion of the AIF, who served in France and Belgium on … Continue reading

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Wandering up the Australian East Coast – Tracking the Hicks Diaspora

A Work in Progress ! Additions, Comments & Corrections Welcomed ! The descendants of James & Margaret Hicks from the Illawarra’s north moved up and down the Australian Eastern Coast – so many of them in so many places ! … Continue reading

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