Jimjar's Experimental
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A Site where Jim can try out new ideas
on his family of Pages
which feature some of his many varied interests.

He is a member of

The HTML Writers Guild

Jim Robertson's Family History Page

Family History Information
Experiments with GEDCOM and GED-GEN
Advice and links for pals in
Australia and Scotland
Genealogy information in Scottish University Archives

Some Family Photographs

A few family photos -of my Father's and my Mother's families.
Experiments in scanning old photos.

Family Wheels through the Years

Some of the tourers, cars, motorbikes,and other contraptions
used by the family over the years.
More scanned old family photos.

Some Treasured Family Mementos and photos

An 1825 Valentine, Freedom Certificates of the City of London,
and an old Curling Club Membership card.

My GEDCOM at Rootsweb's WorldConnect.

Genealogical data about my Family Members.

Bonnie Curry's Home Page.

Some Experiments with GEDCOMS and GED-GEN in the Web Page of a pal.

The Angus Surname List - Scotland

In Association with GENUKI
and the Tay Valley Family History Society

My Books about Dundee & Angus

also Scotland and it's History

Pictures of Edinburgh - Old & New

Scanned images from an old book
and a City Guide

Local Scenes in Noosa

Experiments with my digital camera
in Noosaville and at the Library.

National Libraries and Archives

Australia, the UK, and the USA
A VU GEMAIL Group Project

A few Links to Sites of great interest to me

The Tay Valley Family History Society
My Genealogy base camp

Tay Valley Archives
Scottish, Canadian, Australian, USA, and Scottish Religious Sites
of help to researchers everywhere.

Dundee University Archives
A great Site - and my old College


GENUKI - Scotland
Geneaology information, and history
for all Scotland


Gordon Johnson's Home Page
A very active genealogist
from the North East of Scotland


The Informal Probus Network
A Network where Probeans can exchange ideas and information

Jim Robertson welcomes your comments

You can also contact Jim Robertson directly from this site, by using the ICQ WEB-PAGER You don't need to have ICQ installed yourself, the Pager will do the direct contacting for you.

How about trying The ICQ Pager
You will be pleasantly surprised!

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This page last revised 27th May 2006

Maintained by Jim Robertson,who lives at Peregian Springs, close to Noosa, on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, just north of Brisbane