Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

Archive for 2006


Friday, December 29th, 2006

(Part of the PacificGenWeb Project) The national genealogy transcript and archives project Australia with links to State and Territory based sites. for more click here

Australasia Births, Deaths and Marriages Exchange

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Provides a free resource to share information about details contained on birth, death, and marriage registrations in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. for more click here

Central Queensland Cemeteries

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Provides photographs of the cemeteries located within the central Queensland, including selected headstone details and general layouts. for more click here

Cemetery Records Online: Queensland Cemeteries

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Database of inscriptions listed by shire. for more click here

Bradford on Avon History

Friday, December 29th, 2006

A wide collection of maps, photographs and other sources for local history and genealogy. Includes histories for a number of houses, family trees and 18th-century voters lists. for more click here

Sephardic and Sephardim Genealogy, Jewish Genealogy

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Sephardic Genealogy, Jewish Genealogy, sources of information. Internet, archives, books. for more click here

Medieval English genealogy

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Resources for tracing medieval English ancestry, including a guide to sources, links to online material and family histories, hyper-linked medieval calendar. Other resources include “The Complete Peerage”, and a place name index to the Victoria History of English counties. for more click here

Immigrant Arrivals: A Guide To Published Sources

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Research guide and bibliography presented by the Library of Congress. for more click here

Surname Genealogy Archive

Friday, December 29th, 2006

Transcribed records and death records posted by visitors and extracted from various sources. for more click here

Genealogy gadgets help research

Friday, December 29th, 2006

You’ve probably heard this old proverb: “To do good work, one must first have good tools.”

Just walk down the aisles of any hardware store and you’ll see a flabbergasting array of tools available for every kind of project.

Good tools are easy to come by. The problem is that, regardless of how expensive or clever the gadget, you still have to figure out how to use it. for more click here

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