The first of my choices concerns my husband's grandfather, Alfred Joseph Saunders. Alfred died before my husband was born, at the relatively young age of 45. Compiling the post was like putting together a jigsaw without the box lid and I can recall the shock I felt when all the pieces were in place and the emotional story hit home.
Many of jigsaw pieces were in the form of postcards Alfred had written to his daughter during and just after World War I and reading them brought a lump to my throat.
Read Alfred's poignant story HERE.
My second choice is the post entitled The Mystery of 138 photographs.
I love old photographs and this bundle was intriguing. I found them in a bulging leatherette pouch and at first glance I didn't think I knew anything about any of them.
When I wrote the post, for instance, I had no idea of the identity of the lady who appeared in several of the pictures but with a little detective work and while on the search for another elusive ancestor, I discovered who she was.
You can read the original post by clicking on the title above and find out who Nellie was by clicking HERE.
And finally, after watching BBC's Countryfile programme the other week about the Welsh sea-side town of Llandudno, I was reminded of another post I'd written about my grandmother, Winifred Griffiths.
Wyn was a professional singer and often performed in Llandudno's famous Happy Valley on the Great Orme during the 1930s.
Read more about her singing career from being discovered as a teenager, touring with a well known opera company and her time in Llandudno, on my post Strictly Music Hall.
I look forward to many more years of sharing the secrets I uncover about my family history and hope that you enjoy reading about them too.