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About Alona Tester


Website: http://www.gould.com.au
Alona Tester has written 719 articles so far, you can find them below.


findmypast Adds 800,000 New Zealand Records

I’ve mentioned findmypast’s 100in100 project before, together with some of the new records they’ve added online. Another recent addition is BIG news for our friends across the ditch in New Zealand, as findmypast added almost 800,000 records from New Zealand 1925 electoral roll as well as a number of employment records.

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4 Million Devon Records Go Online at findmypast

If you have Devon ancestors, get ready for some serious research as findmypast (www.findmypast.co.uk) has just uploaded over 4 million Devon parish records. These include baptisms, banns, marriages and burials and range from 1538 through to 1915. These records added to those already on findmypast, make findmypast the place for largest collection of Devon records online.

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The Gould Genealogy Pedigree

Today I want to introduce you to the “Gould Genealogy Pedigree”. This isn’t a post about new records online, or a press release about a new company, but rather it is introducing you to OUR company. That’s right, for a change I’m actually writing about ourselves. Some of you would know that we’ve been around for years (almost 38 years actually), while others of you have found us more recently. Either way, I do hope that we have been able to help you on your research journey.

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FamilySearch Celebrates 15 Years!

FamilySearch, the world’s biggest website of genealogical data (which by the way is all FREE), celebrated their 15th birthday yesterday. Can you believe that it’s been around that long already?

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63 Organisations Share $350,000 in Victoria’s Local History Grants

Sixty-three Victorian community groups, ranging from schools and libraries to sporting clubs and museums, will be doing their bit to record Victoria’s history thanks to support provided under the latest round of the Victorian Local History Grants Program.

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Discover Your Ancestors with ‘Discover Your Ancestors’ Magazine

Let me introduce you to Discover Your Ancestors. This is a relatively new UK genealogy and history magazine that is produced as a printed volume once a year, as well as having 12 periodicals (digital issues) released throughout the year. You’ll get lots of great reading for just £1 per issue.

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Western Australian Genealogical Society Wins Prestigious Award

The Western Australian Genealogical Society (WAGS) has been announced as the winner of the Geoff Riggs Award for Best Website. The Geoff Riggs Award is sponsored by ABM Publishing publishers of Family Tree magazine and the FFHS …

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Ancestry’s New Zealand’s Records FREE Until Monday 19th May

If you have New Zealand ancestors, cancel any plans that you had this weekend as you’re in for a weekend-long genealogy-fest. You can thank Ancestry.com.au for that, as they are offering FREE ACCESS to their entire New Zeleand collection from 16-19 May.

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Explore New Records from New Zealand on findmypast

Findmypast, one of the big names in the genealogy field, are part-way through their 100 in 100 project (100 new data sets in 100 days). And as part of that they have just released a whole bunch of New Zealand records.

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Trove Newspapers: What’s Coming Soon?

Recently I gave you a long list of titles of historical newspapers that the National Library of Australia has just released on Trove. Now here is a listing of the newspapers that are due in the coming months.

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Unlock the Past Cruises heads to the Baltic for their 8th Cruise

Unlock the Past cruises heads to the Baltic, that’s right. So why not expand your genealogy knowledge in the comfort of a gorgeous ship, while also visiting England, Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Russia, FInland, Sweden and Denmark?

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Join the ‘City of Adelaide’ Clipper Ship’s 150th Birthday Celebrations

It’s not often that you hear of 150th birthdays is it? Let alone get invited to one. But that’s what this is all about. The ‘City of Adelaide’ clipper ship turns 150 in May 2014 and everyone is invited to the party. And let’s face it, we’re really not likely to get invited to anyone elses 150th birthday party are we!

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Highlight: So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker (New Edition)

‘So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker’ covers the absolute basics that users, with very little computer understanding can get up and running. The book takes new users through installation, registration, activating an Ancestry.com subscription, as well as creating and importing files. The book introduces new users to the eight workspaces …

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