Hash House Harriers are a unique breed of Harriers about which much history
has been written. To clearly identify the Hash House Harrier line of our
breeding it is important that the Hash Genealogy allows the origins of each HHH
Chapter to be traced back to the original Hash House Harriers in Kuala Lumpur
established late 1938.
The Hash Genealogy considers each Hash chapter to be the 'mother' of all the Hashes directly formed from it by members of the originating Hash. Each Hash founder "father" is the person who is considered to be most responsible for the formation of the new Hash. Those who assisted the founder in the establishment of the new Hash chapter are considered to be co-founders or 'midwives'. Much of our Aussie Hash Heritage is missing, Some of what we have needs verification.
Check out the Australian Hash Genealogy listing. You can use standard Browser features such as Find and back arrow to simplify navigation around the long list. Become a Hash Genealogy researcher and help document the history of Hash House Harriers chapters known to you. by advising corrections and additions firstname.lastname@example.org
Of particular interest is the DoD, (Date of Death or Date of Demise), the date of the last run for those Hash Chapters that are no longer with us.
To see Hash House Harrier Chapters known to you in the wider world Hashing scene visit:
https://thehashhouse.org A new interactive Family Tree
Presentation to replace the very very long wall chart that Bill Panton had on
display at previous Interhashes is available for all those Hash Chapters where
mothers are known.
To see what the Hash House project has on any Australian Hash, visit "https://the hashhouse.org/index.php?r=chapters/list&country=Australia". Any corrections and addition you can provide should be forwarded through the Contact page: http://thehashhouse.org/index.php?r=site%2Fcontact
The Hash Heritage Foundation is compiling a Hashing Archive. Use the Contact page http://thehashhouse.org/index.php?r=site%2Fcontact to send copies of any significant Historical Document such as first Run sheet or the Final Run Sheet or the like for any Hash Chapter active or not that you might have been involved with and have in your possession before it is too late and lost to the hashing world. These archived documents will be made available on line via a link from Hash Chapter Listing in the Genealogy.
Become a Hash Genealogist researcher today whilst you still have some recollections of your hashing past.
Australian Hash Genealogy