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About Alona Tester


Website: http://www.gould.com.au
Alona Tester has written 691 articles so far, you can find them below.


Australian Family Tree Connections – October 2013 Issue Out Now

The October 2013 issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections has arrived, and as usual contains a whole bunch of articles, a number of Can You Help? queries, a New on the Net section which has a heap of websites for you to discover, together with news and events, all packed into 62 pages.

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5th Unlock the Past Cruise is Open for Booking!

The countdown is definitely on for those who are attending the 4th Unlock the Past Cruise, but meanwhile plans for future cruises are well underway, with the Unlock the Past Cruise organisers advising that their 5th Unlock the Past Cruise is now open for bookings.

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New Books from Unlock the Past: Scottish Civil Registration, London & Middlesex Research & NSW BDMs

The team at Unlock the Past have recently released three new titles in the last couple of weeks. These new ones cover everything from Scottish civil registration, to London and Middlesex research as well as using the New South Wales BDM index.

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One-Place Studies Society and Website Launched

You’ve heard of one-name studies, but have you heard of one-place studies? I’m sure some of you will have, while other may not, so let me tell you about the new Society and wesbite that has just been launched.

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FindMyPast Australia Adds BDM Records and Passenger Lists

The new records just keen on coming on Findmypast.com.au. In the Australian data that they’ve recently added, you’ll find passenger lists and BDM records. All good stuff, and all key records for researchers.

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Copyright and Attribution

Copyright and Attribution are both important facets in themselves, but as both have shown to be issues on Facebook recently, so I have decided to put them together for the purpose of this post.

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Can You Help? #2

Back in July I started our “Can You Help?” series with a few queries that people had asked us. So as a way to “spread the word”, I did the blog post. Now I have a few more queries, so once again … Can You Help?

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Helen V. Smith

Continuing our cruise speaker profiles brings us to my good friend Helen Smith. With an amazing knowledge on so many aspects of genealogy, as well as an enthusiam that is contagious, Helen is one person that you must make sure you meet.

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2 Companies, 5 Years and 1 Billion Genealogy Records

2 Companies, 5 Years and 1 Billion Genealogy Records. The big news that hit the genie world this week is the announcement that Ancestry.com and FamilySearch have come to an agreement to digitise over 1 billion records from FamilySearch’s Granite Mountain vaults, and genealogists worldwide are going to be the winners.

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Rock Star Genealogists Returns for 2013, Vote Now

Back in January 2012 John D. Reid from the Anglo-Celtic Connections blog introduced the world to Rock Star Genealogists. He came up with the Rock Star Genealogist list, and it was a big hit and now it’s back again for 2013, and he’s asking you to vote.

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New South Wales History Week, 7-15 September 2013

New South Wales History Week is back again, and it keeps getting bigger and better. Hosted by the History Council of New South Wales, their aim is to celebrate and advocate history and historians in New South Wales. Running from 7-15 September 2013 and you will be able to go to exhibitions, talks, a symposium, workshops, walking tours, open days and don’t forget the Ball!

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The Book of Me, Written By You

How many of you have thought about writing your own life history, but keep putting it in the “too hard basket”? I’m sure quite a number of you have. Writing your life history isn’t an easy thing to do when you think of it in the context of a book … but thanks to The Book of Me, Written by You, it is now easier than ever!

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Thomas MacEntee

Our cruise speaker profiles continue with Thomas MacEntee. Anyone who is involved in the genealogy social media scene will have heard of Thomas MacEntee and GeneaBloggers. He is a genealogist who specialises in the using technology and social media to advantage to improve and aid genealogical research.

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