A Thankyou to Internet Genealogy Magazine

I’m a little behind on my genealogy magazine reading (I always seem to be), however I did pick up the latest issue of Internet Genealogy (August/September 2014 issue) and started flipping through it today, and found an article titled “Top Genealogy Blogs: 2014 Edition”. And guess who made the list?

Findmypast Adds Victorian Passenger Lists 1839-1923 Online

There’s no doubt that passenger lists are one record that genealogsts’ crave. Being able to find out then when and where of your ancestors arrival is jackpot! And thanks to a deal that findmypast has with the Public Record Office Victoria, we now get online access to over 3.8 million Victorian passenger lists from your own home.

Genealogy: Where Can I Learn More?

Do you want better results from your genealogy searches? Do you want to learn how to use what time you have, to research better? The key to these is education. The more you know about how to research, the more effective your results will be, and the better your time will be used.

Ancestry’s MyCanvas Finds a New Home

Back in June 2014 Ancestry announced the closure of a number of related sites, one of those being MyCanvas. Now some good news for MyCanvas users is that it is sticking around as Alexander’s who are the printers of the photo books have now taken over MyCanvas.

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Genealogy Australia

Inside History – Issue 4 (May-Jun 2011) Out Now

Issue 4 of Inside History magazine has just hit the shelves, and in this May/June edition you’ll find: that we celebrate Australia’s first superstar – Dame Nellie Melba! Learn how to find an elusive maiden name, discover how to get more out of death certificates, and we find out that state teachers’ records can be a genealogy goldmine, and read about the mythical monsters that scared our ancestors silly …

General

140 Free Online Genealogy Research Courses

With currently 140 free genealogy courses on offer at FamilySearch, it makes it easier than ever to expand your family history skills in your own time, and in your own home. Take a look now …

Genealogy UK

Your Family History – Issue 103 (May 2011) is Out Now

Everyone’s looking for more and better ways to save money at the moment, and issue 103 of Your Family History magazine gives us “101 money saving tips” saving time and money. Covering software, web resources, free certificates, cut-price records and more …

Genealogy Australia

Australian History News – April/May 2011

Here is the latest Australian history news of happenings and coming events from groups, societies, and historical places throughout Australia. Some of the following news articles have been submitted to us, while others have been found from websites, newspapers and other articles …

Genealogy Software

The Master Genealogist v8 – Free Public Beta Now Available

Well it has been a loooong time coming, but news today from Wholly Genes (the publishers) is that The Master Genealogist (TMG) v8 is now available in the form of a free public beta that will expire in 30 days.

Genealogy UK

findmypast Ireland Launches

What a HUGE day yesterday was for Irish genealogists and researchers around the world, as findmypast Ireland (findmypast.ie) was launched. People can easily navigate and search over 4 million records that are available on www.findmypast.ie and discover their past no matter where they are in the world …

Genealogy Australia

Highlight: Black Kettle and Full Moon: Daily Life in a Vanished Australia

‘Black Kettle and Fully Moon’ is a book about people, ordinary Australians, and how they organised their daily life a long while ago. It describes where they lived, shopped, what they ate and drank. It tells us how they kept warm and cool, how they lit their houses …

Genealogy Australia

Trove Update: More Historic Australian Newspapers Added

The National Library of Australia’s digitised newspaper collection ranks up there as one of the most important resources available online for historians and genealogists researching Australian history and people. This spectacular collection continues to grow each month, with more years, and new papers being continuously added …

Genealogy Australia

Australian Family Tree Connections – May 2011 Issue Out Now

It’s time to turn the calendar over as May has now arrived, and with it comes the new issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections magazine. In this new issue you will discover the real history behind our mother’s or grandmother’s aprons, and I bet you’ll be surprised.

Genealogy Australia

National Library of Australia eResources Card

What does a National Library of Australia eResources card do? Having one of funky little cards allows you to not only request collection items for use onsite in the NLA reading rooms, but also (and more importantly) it gives you access to a wide selection of resources that the NLA subscribes to. These allow you to locate indexes, full-text ejournals, newspapers, websites and guides.

Genealogy Australia

Family History Specials for Mothers Day

A great selection of Family History products, perfect as a present for mum on Mothers Day.

Events

Announcing Unlock the Past’s History & Genealogy New South Wales Expo (Coffs Harbour)

The first of four Unlock the Past History and Genealogy Expo’s this year will be held in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. This is going to be a major history-genealogy-heritage event for not only those in and around Coffs Harbour, but for much of New South Wales and Southern Queensland.

Genealogy Australia

The War Graves Photographic Project Needs Volunteers in Australia

Can you imagine being able to see a photograph of a grave of a relative who died at war? Particularly when there is no chance of being able to visit the burial place. The aim of The War Graves Photographic Project is to photograph every war grave of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day and make these available within a searchable database. But now they’re asking for Australians to help out …