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For further help with researching your South Australian ancestor’s here’s is a short list of links you might find useful.
LINKS TO MAJOR SA SOCIETIES
Adelaide Northern Districts Family History Groups (ANDFHG) – http://www.andfhg.org.au/
Fleurieu Peninsula Family History Group – http://fleurieufamilyhistory.org/
Genealogy SA – https://www.genealogysa.org.au/
LINKS TO MAJOR SA ARCHIVES
History Trust of South Australia – http://history.sa.gov.au/
State Library of South Australia – http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/
State Records SA – https://www.archives.sa.gov.au/
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
– South Australian Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages
– 33 Free Websites for South Australian Genealogy
– More Free Websites for South Australia Genealogy and History
SOME UPCOMING EVENTS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
1-31 May 2017 – South Australia’s History Festival
The History Festival is an annual celebration of South Australia’s history. Each May South Australians explore history through hundreds of events which range from talks to tours; walks to workshops; exhibitions to special events.
5-6 May 2-17 – Exploring and Writing Family and Local History
A two day seminar held in Adelaide to co-incide and celebrate South Australia’s History Month. Over the two days, those attending will learn about DNA, writing, publishing, immigration, oral history, military ancestors, house history, and photos (including where to find them, and how to identify them). Speakers at this event are: Kerry Farmer, Peter Donovan, Dr Sally Stephenson, Graham Jaunay, Doreek Kosak, Richard Merry, David Sweeney, and the State Library of SA.