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Genealogy

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Heritage and the Internet

 

The documents compiled by Dr. Peter Barclay for a talk on "Heritage and the Internet" at a U3A meeting held in September 2010 provide many examples of how to research a Family Tree.

 

The structure of the talk was as follows:

 

Passenger Lists - National Archives (NameSearch), Passenger Arrivals Index

 

- The Ships Lis t(Immigrants to SA, German immigrants to SA)

- Australian Shipping/Immigration

- Victorian Immigration Passenger Lists

- Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

- South Australian Passenger lists

- South Australian Naturalizations

- Bound for South Australia Passenger Lists

 

On-line Australian Birth, Death and Marriage records (WA, Vict, NSW, ACT.)

 

RYERSON Index

 

New Australian Birth, Death and marriage records on Ancestry.com

 

Australian War Memorial Records

 

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

WW2 Prisoner of War

 

Defence Service Records

 

FreeBMD, FreeCEN & FreeREG (United Kingdom)

 

Record Search Pilot Web Site

 

    New Beta Family Search

 

Australian Convict Records on Ancestry.com

 

UK Census & UK BDM Indexes on Ancestry.com

 

Census of Ireland

 

Other Irish Records - Roots Ireland (Commercial website).

 

- National Library of Ireland

- Irish Genealogy Website

- National Archives of Ireland

- Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

- National Library of Ireland, Irish Historic Photographs

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