Why should you learn about your family history? Discovery, preservation and legacy.
February 27, 2015. The first informative post on the Anglo-Indian Project. The very first post in August 2014 was also informative – it sprung me into action, after… Read more “Researching your ancestors in India: where to start? The first post revisited”
Another interesting 3-part interview by Nigel Foote from the Anglo-Indian Heritage Centre. This interview is with Noel Thomas. They talk about Noel’s life in Anglo-India and his family,… Read more “Anglo-Indian Stories II”
Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project Facebook | Google+ | Paper.li | Twitter | YouTube The Sir Cowasjee Jehangir Drinking Fountain is located in Regents Park, London, UK. The Gothic fountain’s sculptural features reveal… Read more “Monuments I: The Sir Cowasjee Jehangir Drinking Fountain”
An interesting 3-part interview by Nigel Foote from the Anglo-Indian Heritage Centre with Norma Parker in Blackburn, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. This interview is part of the… Read more “Anglo-Indian Stories I”
Interact with the Anglo-Indian Project Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Tumblr | Twitter | YouTube Dhiraj Singh explores the apparent downturn of Anglo-Indian fortunes since India gained independence in 1947. Cover picture credit Interact with the… Read more “McLuskie’s Ganj: the lost home of the Anglos”
Recorded in several spellings including Wheeler, the usuall spelling, and Wheeller, Wheler, Whealler, Whealer, Wayler, Whyler, and Whaler, this famous surname is English. It is occupational and… Read more “History of the Wheeler Name”