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‘Start Your Family Tree Week’ is Back and Starts on December 26th

 You’ll be pleased to know that findmypast, who are one of the world’s leading online genealogy data websites, is holding ”Start Your Family Tree Week” again. Every day from 26 December to 1 January, findmypast will share hints and tips on how to start your family tree, and they will make sure you know how to get the most out of their records. Continue reading →

Australian Family Tree Connections – November 2013 Issue Out Now

 November is here, and so is the latest Australian Family Tree Connections magazine. With the themes of Remembrance Day and Scottish ancestry both featured in this issue, there’s articles, Can You Help? queries, New on the Net section with websites for you to discover, together with news and events, all packed into 62 pages. With the themes of Remembrance Day and Scottish Ancestry both featured in this issue, Continue reading →

Who’s Been Sleeping in My House? Season 3

 House history is something that we tend to associate with the UK, as they have such old houses that have managed to stand the test of time. With many still standing that are hundreds of years old, it’s naturally intriguing to want to know the history that house has been through. But now thanks to the TV show ‘Who’s Been Sleeping in My House’ Australians are now starting to get interested in the history of their houses too. Continue reading →

Biographical Database of Australia: Australia’s New Genealogy Resource

 The latest BIG thing to hit the Aussie genealogy scene is the Biographical Database of Australia website. Already being referred to as BDA, this website is the result of many years of work by volunteer genealogists and historians and contractors. With over 500,000 records online already, with this number set to increase dramatically over the next year, this is a resource that you should be looking at. Continue reading →