Let’s Go to the Cemetery!

October is fast approaching, so it’s Spring in the southern half of the world, with Autumn (or Fall) in the north, both of which normally (excluding the crazy amount of rain that half of Australia’s had recently) are great times to get out and about cemetery visiting. Anyway we know you don’t NEED a reason […] Continue reading →

Top 6 Titles for Irish Family History

Do you have Irish ancestors and need some guidance on how to go about researching your family history? Such as where to look and what’s even available? Here are the 6 top sellers in the Irish family history and genealogy range that we sell. Tracing Your Northern Irish Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians – Ian […] Continue reading →

#AskACurator Day – 14 September 2016

#AskACurator Day is back for 2016, and it’s year it’s bigger than ever! AskACurator Day has been going since 2010, and since 2012 it has been an annual Twitter event held around the middle of September. AskACurator Day seems to seems to grow in popularity each year, with 721 museums from 43 countries taking part […] Continue reading →

Is Your Family Buried Here?

Queensland genealogy group, the Toowoomba and Darling Downs Family History Society are looking for anyone who has family buried in the Drayton and Toowoomba cemetery as they’re currently updating their cemetery book, and offering those that have ancestors buried there, to submit their stories. The first volume of “Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery: Our Backyard” was […] Continue reading →

Introducing “GenealogyDOTCoach”

  A brand new genealogy service was launched yesterday, and it fills a “critical gap” that is in the genealogy industry. We’ve all hit that brickwall somewhere along the line, and simply don’t know where to look next. So while many give up and go on to another branch, some may choose the option of […] Continue reading →