During 2010 our sister company, Unlock the Past embarked on bringing a number of history and genealogy events to people throughout Australia and New Zealand. Let me tell you what is coming in 2011 and 2012 …
Wholly Genes, the developers of The Master Genealogist (TMG), announced in late July 2014 that the decision has been made to discontinue The Master Genealogist. A number of people have since written asking what they should do.
Findmypast have had their Passenger Lists Leaving the UK 1890-1960 online for quite some time now, but their brand new release of over 150,000 South Australian passenger lists records covers the years 1847-1886, filling in that very important gap of when so many emigrated.
August is here, and that means that the Australian and New Zealand genealogy worlds are celebrating National Family History Month. With events held around Australia and New Zealand there’s plenty going on. And it’s great to see that MyHeritage, one of the big, big names in the genealogy industry helping us celebrate.
In this July edition of Inspiring Blogs we cover everything from genealogy-related activities to do in Summer, books every genealogy library should have, name variants, copyright on microfilm, querying goals vs strategies, killing off your ancestors and a bunch more.
As a genealogist, can you imagine life without Cyndi’s List? Do you think you’d be able to find many of the links that her website has, without it? She has made the life of everyone who uses her website that much easier … and now she needs our help, so please support Cyndi’s List.
For fans of Who Do You Think our Are? (the US edition), you can now tune in to them online. Episode 1 featuring Vanessa Williams is available to watch online until 18 September 2011.
If you love history, and live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, or are just visiting, and fancy a day out discovering, and are wondering where to go? The National Trust in the UK has just released an app that you can download for FREE for your Android phone.
‘Family History on the Cheap’ highlights numerous tips and tricks for how to get the most from research trips to archives, libraries, family history and local historical societies, visits to relatives, social networking sites, commercial websites and of course, Google.
With the arrival of the February issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections magazine, 2011 is reminding us that the year is already flying by. With Christmas and new year holidays over, and the kids are now back to school, sit down with a cup of coffee and the latest issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections magazine.
Families app is an app that is already available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, but has just been released for Android. It works in conjunction with Legacy Family Tree, allowing your to view, edit, and sync back your complete tree at any time.
Wow, what a way to start the year! FamilySearch have just announced another 90 million records have gone online. That is 90 MILLION records people … records that were not online even a month ago!!
We are having a BIG SALE, and almost all of the 2000 Archive CD Books Australia / Archive Digital Books Australasia products are discounted by 50% for the whole of February. So now is a great time to grab yourself a bargain.
Our New Zealand friends have seen what a great idea the Australia Day Challenge was, and that it provoked participation from a heap of people … and would now like to do the same for New Zealander’s, or those with New Zealand connections for Waitangi Day (New Zealand’s national day).
As a way to help celebrate our Australian heritage on Australia Day, fellow Aussie genealogy blogger TwigsOfYore, has suggested a theme of finding a document relating to your earliest Australian ancestor and writing about it. So let me introduce you to my great-great-great-great grandpa Isaac Richardson.