You have helped to identify my 3 x great grandfather, photographed c.1880. I am contacting several cousins to have them look through their photos and will be contacting you again. I am very happy with your work.’ Dan Burn, USA ‘Many thanks for your analyses, which were most helpful. I know exactly who it is, although it wasn't who I had presumed. ’ Mary Burnell, New Zealand ‘Many thanks for your help with my photographs.With your dating, and the information that I have found on the backs of the pictures, I have been able to identify some of them with certainty.The protocols and practices of dating, and the terms used to describe it, vary considerably from country to country and over time.While the term has several meanings, the most frequent usage refers to two or more people exploring whether they are romantically or sexually compatible by participating in dates with the other.We had a great turnout last night for a delicious meal then upstairs to bop away to the great band Dragon.Most of us up on the dance floor living it up to the old music, having a fun night!
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Then we hit the Wild West with a day at Taronga western plains...
Read More 10 families joined us on a fun filled long weekend away to Lake Burrendong and Dubbo zoo.
On the Feast of the Assumption, August 15, around 20 young people from around Parramatta Diocese and beyond gathered at the Institute for Mission in Blacktown to take part in Made For Each Other, a day-long seminar focussed on the complementarity of man and woman. Read More › Dating is very common in today’s western cultures.
In high school, many students consider dating as ‘cool’, if one is over a certain age and they are not dating or married, friends or family take it upon themselves to try and ‘set them up’ with someone.