Surname Saturday

Surname Saturday – Mulder

The first ancestor with this surname was my ex-husband’s maternal grandmother, Lilah Adela Mulder. Lilah Adela Mulder was born 18 October 1903 at the family home at 562 Chapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia.  She was the daughter Patrick John Theodore Mulder (also known as John Theodore Mulder) and Elizabeth Theisinger. Lilah married Albert George… Continue reading Surname Saturday – Mulder

Trove Tuesday

Trove Tuesday – Louisa Mulder (nee House)

This week I am featuring articles for my ex-husband’s 2x great grandmother, Louisa Mulder, nee House. Last week I featured articles for her husband, Thomas Mulder, who owned the Duke of York hotel in Humffray street.  This first article gives some more information about Thomas and Louisa.   The next article I found was for… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – Louisa Mulder (nee House)

Trove Tuesday

Trove Tuesday – Thomas Mulder in the 1860s

Last week, I featured articles for my children’s 3x great grandfather, Jacob Thomas Alexander Mulder, known as Thomas, in the 1850s.  This week I am featuring articles I have found for him from the 1860s. Since I’m running late with this post, I’ve just quickly selected a couple of articles. The first article I found was… Continue reading Trove Tuesday – Thomas Mulder in the 1860s

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #50 Arthur Alfred Mulder

Amy Johnson Crow introduced the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge on her No Story Too Small blog in 2014. This year she continued the challenge, but also added a weekly theme. This week the theme was Naughty. We all have an ancestor who probably received coal in their stocking. I’ve decided to write about a more distant relative,… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #50 Arthur Alfred Mulder

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #44 John Theodore Mulder

Amy Johnson Crow introduced the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge on her No Story Too Small blog in 2014. This year she continued the challenge, but also added a weekly theme. The theme this week is “Frightening”.  Do you have an ancestor who did something frightening or lived through a scary event? Do you have your own… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #44 John Theodore Mulder

52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks

52 Ancestors #25 Jacob Thomas Alexander Mulder

Last week my ancestor was Mary Ann Jones.  This week, my ancestor is her son Jacob Thomas Alexander Mulder (known as Thomas). The first information I had on Thomas came from the birth, death and marriage indexes in Victoria, Australia.  From information from my mother in law, I went looking to find information on the… Continue reading 52 Ancestors #25 Jacob Thomas Alexander Mulder