State Records is the NSW Government's archives and records
management authority. The website provides a variety of search
methods and endless categories of information to search.
The Society of Australian Genealogists website provides useful
links to other Australian and overseas genealogical resources.
The site also gives details on how to join the Society and
Looking for the details of relatives who immigrated to Australia
after World War II. The National Archives of Australia is
a good place to start. Once files are more than 30 years old,
they are available for public access.
If you're not sure where to start when it comes to researching
your family history, this website should point you in the
right direction. It contains categorised lists of resources
on everything from convict passenger lists to military sites.
Coraweb is an Australian directory with an abundance of links
to other family history websites. Links are organised by category,
so you are sure to easily find what you are looking for.
The LPI provides information about land titles, land grants,
surveys, maps and plans. The LPI has produced a guide to searching
Land Title Records which is available online at: www.lpi.nsw.gov.au/publications/guide_to_searching.pdf
This website is run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints. It is easy to navigate and provides useful information
on how to start researching your family history. It also includes
census records for the US, Canada and Britain.
This is the official site for UK family records. It helps
genealogists to locate family history documents such as birth,
death and marriage certificates, and also contains census
and immigration data.
This is the official website of the 1901 UK census. The site
uses simple online forms allowing you to search for people,
institutions, vessels and addresses which were listed in the
census. Note that charges are in British Pounds. Check the
conversion rate before you buy!
This Irish website contains extensive archival information
relating to births, deaths and marriages. It also provides
a comprehensive list of genealogical groups and societies
The General Register Office for Scotland runs this website.
Users must register to take advantage of the full search facilities.
Prices are in British Pounds but there is a currency converter
included on the site. Updated regularly.
This is a free online community for genealogists. The Rootsweb
Surname List consists of a Registry of over a million surnames
submitted by more than 225,000 online genealogists.
This American subscription-based website allows users to search
by record type or locality. You can even view scanned originals
of the birth, death and marriage certificates.
Oxford Ancestors is the world's first provider of DNA products
for use in genealogy and personal ancestry. The company uses
DNA technology to help customers pin point their ancestral
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