It all began when Charlotte offered to help her mother update the Australian branch of the family tree back in the 1990s. The family history bug bit deeply and she is now researched her family’s lives in more than ten different countries.
At present Charlotte is researching her grandfather’s life in western Queensland, discovering a web of land ownership by family and connections from the 1870s to the 1950s.
Charlotte is a regular presenter at the Queensland Family History Society and elsewhere.
She has a professional background in organisational change, research, and communication.
More importantly, she is the holder of family stories for her family, near and far, and regularly swaps granny snaps with her first, second and third cousins in Australia, the UK, Italy, Spain and South Africa.