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History Week.  WORKSHOP: Caring for World War One photographs Friday 12 September, 10am – 12.30pm Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris St, Ultimo

WORKSHOP: Caring for World War One photographs Friday 12 September, – Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris St, Ultimo

Cyndi Ingle of Cyndi’s List: Genealogy Expert of the Week

Ancestry for Free: Genealogy Research Sites That Don't Cost a Dime

Our Featured Genealogy Expert series continues this week with help and inspiration from Cyndi Ingle, creator of the much loved genealogy resource site Cynd

Obituaries. Poster prepared by FamilySearch.org   Search obituaries here: http://www.genealogybank.com/gbnk/all-obits

Indexing records so they're searchable would be a treasure beyond measure. Aaaarrr you going to help?

Barnardo's Family History Service

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The Visit of Charles Fraser (the Colonial Botanist of New South Wales) to the Swan River in 1827.

The Visit of Charles Fraser (the Colonial Botanist of New South Wales) to the Swan River in 1827 by J.

Dickenson's Post Office and General Store in Belgrave,Victoria in 1918.A♥W

Dickenson's Post Office and General Store in Belgrave,Victoria in

Terrell Family History - a little on http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Terrell_%28surname%29

The Terrell Family by Thomas L. Justice

Terrell Family History-Moms from the Stewarts.

A bush home in Australia, ca. 1895 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Album of the Boileau family's voyage from England to Australia in Inscriptions: "A Bush Home in Australia"- ca. 1895 - Under Creative Commons

Tracing Your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide - John Grenham

This is arguably the best book ever written on Irish genealogy. Not since Margaret Falley's Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research, written in the ear

Find a Missing Maiden Name With These Tricks

7 Little-Used Tricks for Finding That Missing Maiden Name

If you're completely stuck trying to find the maiden name of one, or many, of your female ancestors you're not alone. Because women often left their maiden

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