Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Mike Murray

Continuing our 4th Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profiles, let me introduce you to Mike Murray. Mike together with his wife Lesley run TimeTrackers, and they do research, education classes, publishing and film-making. With Mike’s primary role being the publishing and film-making.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Shauna Hicks

For our third ‘Cruise Speaker Profile’, we delve into the mind of Shauna Hicks. Shauna is well-known throughout the Australian archive, library and genealogy industries, and she’s a regular speaker at genealogy events around the country (including genealogy cruises) who never fails to inspire those who attend her talks.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Rosemary Kopittke

Yesterday I started a series of Profiles on each of the speakers on Unlock the Past’s 4th History & Genealogy Cruise. Today I am continuing on, and here we learn more about Rosemary Kopittke.

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Unlock the Past Cruise Speaker Profile: Chris Paton

Unlock the Past’s 4th History & Genealogy Cruise just over 6 months away, so let me introduce the guest speakers to you. To help with this I have given each speaker a list of questions, and shall quote those together with their answers. First up, let me introduce Chris Paton to you …

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Are You Doing a World War 1 Centenary Project?

There is no question that 2014 is going to be a massive year for military history, as it marks 100 years since the start of World War 1. I know that there are a number of Societies, Groups, Museums and Communities who are doing their own World War 1 Project, and are on the lookout for information for those involved from their town, region or country.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2013

I have had the pleasure of reading a whole bunch of fabulous blog posts throughout June, and here are a few that I’d like to share with you. For June we cover everything from who owns your own data?, cousin bait, privacy and genealogy, photo sharing, wasting time?, LGBT family members, and why Twitter is so good! As usual there’s quite a variety!

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Who Do You Think You Are? US Season 4

After making its debut on US tv screens in 2010, the US version of the popular show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ was cancelled by NBC after 3 just seasons, much to the surprise of everyone. Since then, the fate of this program has been in limbo until recently, when it was announced that the TLC network would take it on.

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How to Organise Your Genealogy: That’s the Big Question!

I work in a genealogy store, and there is one question that customers ask fairly regularly is “how should I organise my genealogy?” It is a good question, a very important one, but unfortunately the answer is not that simple.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – May 2013

My list of Inspiring Blogs that I read during May is a tad late, but better late than never, as there’s a heap of great reading in this lot. This time we have everything from why you should blog to find your ancestors, to lessons Gen Y can teach you, to how to organise your genealogy, and even one on etiquette. So quite a range!

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Big Things Happening at MyHeritage

Over the past couple of months we’ve seen some BIG, BIG announcements from MyHeritage, one of the big players in the genealogy field. Let me tell you more about them …

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Canadian Headstone Photos Project

Got Canadian roots? If so, listen up. Dick Eastman’s newsletter first introduced me to the Canadian Headstone Photos Project a couple of years ago, and since then I have been watching this project grow over time. Now I know that not every Australian has Canadian connections, but many do, so I thought this would be of interest.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April 2013

Wow, it’s May already! Anyway I must apologise to you for not keeping up with my Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts, so this is kind of a combined January-April collection of blogs that I’ve read, and loved, and wanted to share with you.

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Tracing Your Irish Ancestors – Research Guides

Working in a bookshop I get excited when new books are released. Especially when nothing, or at least nothing recent has been published on that topic. Today I want to highlight a range of Irish research guides that have been published by Flyleaf Press. Their guides have become ‘standard’ research tools for those researching their Irish roots …

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