I have sorted out the HTML and have made a beginning on the history of my immediate family. I've made a template and have opened up ten files; there will be more. However, it is much too inflammatory to publish online and will probably be discreetly distributed via CD.
I have also paid out a lot of money for what I hope will be the Will of my Uncle D., my grandfather's twin brother. It was his will which first caused the poo to hit the propeller and opened my eyes to some of the hidden facts and opinions about my grandfather's siblings and their wives.
I now need to get the wills of Uncle R. and Aunt A. which will be lodged with the South Australian records; Uncle D. died in New South Wales. There is already quite a lot of information at the Trove site regarding the court case in which Aunt A. sued the people who bought out the family assets at an extremely low price - something which was always a festering sore.
And that is before I even start on my Great Grandmother's family and their doings which I have been reading with a great deal of interest, once again at Trove which is publishing all the archived court cases and social news from way back.
My maternal grandmother's family is more of a mystery but at least they appear, for the most part, to be reasonably respectable, simply rather prone to multiple marriages with a little bigamy thrown in.
It is going to be a lifetime project and will need some editing as the threads cross; it should keep me occupied and entertained for years to come.