Welcome to our website

The Post Office at Jamieson, our home for 18 years

Welcome to our website

I hope to build this site, slowly, in to an interesting area for the various members of the family to visit, or any one else for that matter.

There are people that share our name who may be related. It would be nice to hear from them and maybe they too could be added to this site. It is just a case of sending me an email at paul@thegannans.net  and we can work it out from there.
Comments, pictures and stories will be appreciated.

The current picture is of  Annaliese and Maryrose.

Go on, have a look and tell me what you think.


Emily 17.05.2020 18:03

Hey Paul- Just checking in to see how you're fairing during the Corona era.

Paul Gannan 24.05.2020 01:24

G'day Emily, All things OK down here. Hopefully ithis Covid-19 thing will end soon. I hope that you and yours are fairing well under these strange conditions.

Emily Cannell 31.08.2015 15:32

Nice little ankle biters.....

Paul 12.09.2015 00:07

uoy G'day Emily, They have turned into disturbing little Rug Rats. Still nice, though. No sugar in Japan? Well that is some where I might no go in a hurry.

Auntie Mary 29.12.2014 09:54

I like your website Paul and there is a memory I must send you.It's one of my
favourites and I should have sent it long ago. It is now my New Years Resolusion

vicky vamptress gannan 07.06.2013 00:02

How cool I had no idea we had a family page top stuff I'm loving it guys

Paul 15.05.2013 10:01

G'day Martin, You too can assist with details about your Mum and her additions to the population.

martin 15.05.2013 08:54

G'day and good on you. I look forward to positive progress from the "clans"

Paul 04.03.2013 01:36

G'day Emma, did you find it ok

Emma 05.03.2013 10:40

Hi Paul, i found it thanks for that. It looks great. I just checked out the wedding photo's you did a great job.

Paul 07.05.2012 10:40

Thanks, Doreen. Our next trip North wll be some time after the end of winter.

doreen 07.05.2012 09:44

happy brithday darling hope you can still get out of bed asthis means your still living hahahaha dor xxxx when u coming up next?

Annaliese 25.12.2011 10:54


Annaliese 04.10.2011 12:32

hi granndad
i checked but the photos wernt there love annaliese

Annaliese 03.10.2011 11:40

hi granndad
i like your website
love annaliese

Grandad 04.10.2011 02:36

Thank you Annaliese. I have some pictures of you and Maryrose to post to the site. I will do that tomorrow sometime.
Love Grandad

Jess 15.02.2011 04:13

Thanks UP, I actually found that after I wrote it. :). Xxxxx

Jess 12.02.2011 05:50

brilliant Idea. :). maybe I should do one for our lot here. :).

Paul 14.02.2011 23:19

G'day Jess, If you click on the free trial, under my pic on the frontpage of the website you can start your own with a free trial
Good Luck,

Aunty Mary B 22.01.2011 06:08

Maybe you haven't received my last reply. I think it's great. Well done! x

Paul 22.01.2011 06:37

G'day Aunty Mary, Thank you for the comment. I do need your help on this one though! Will send an email shortly. Love Paul xx

Adrian Gannan 11.01.2011 21:48

I like it Paul what a good idea!

doreen.quick@bigpond.com 11.01.2011 10:17

nice site

martin 29.12.2010 06:37

I do like the real smile for a change it looks very pleasing and even dare I write it, happy

Paul 02.11.2010 02:21

This picture sums up how I feel at times. It was taken at a placce called Silverton , near Broken Hill, NSW

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Latest comments

02.07 | 08:09

Thanks for the reply - I found Gannan image on 14 Squadron archives whilst looking for John Hunter who was from Albury. I just wanted to advise - Cheers

02.07 | 07:56

Continuing, I have no information as to his time at 70 OTU other than he was on course No 13 and Passed. His name is Gerald Gannan who passed away in 1994.

02.07 | 07:49

G'day Chris. Sorry it took so long to answer. I have that pic somewhere. Just cannot find moment. It was among Dads Photos of 14 Sqn RAF. 70 OTU
Mar to May 42.

23.06 | 09:23

Hi Chris from Albury & District Historical Society - saw the image of the B26 in this post - can you advise where you found it as I'm doing some work on 70 OTU