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List of Posts:
Following is a list of posts I’ve written on the subject, including updates on my own family tree research.
- Genealogy: 1901 & 1911 Irish Census Online
- Family Tree: Joyce Louise Field
- Legacy Family Tree Software
- October 2009: General Update
- England Census Dates
- Building a Family Tree: Where do I start?
- Genealogy: Taking Steps to Build a Family Tree
Last updated on 14 June 2010.
At the very least, you should bookmark and use the following websites in the search for your ancestors.
When researching Australian data, I always use these two sites in conjunction with each other. It’s amazing how much information I’ve obtained from the two.
NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages – With wise search techniques, you’ll find heaps of information through this website – sometimes, whole families.
Australian Cemeteries Index – I find the best results are obtained by using the Name Search (found in the left hand sidebar) and typing in the surname only. A list of all the tombstones listed will appear and often they can be cross referenced with the information you already have from your search of the NSW Births, Deaths, and Marriages website. You can also download images of the inscriptions too, for free.
FreeBMD – Search for birth, marriage and death records for free. Not a lot of information given, but it’s a good starting point and/or way to confirm information you have.
English Census Online – it’s free to search, but there’s a charge if you want to download a copy of a document.
Irish Census for 1901 and 1911 – It’s fully searchable and it’s free.
ScotlandsPeople – A government website that shares information about births, marriages, deaths, wills and coats of arms. Not sure if it’s free, but you do have to create an account and login to perform searches.
Other Useful Resources:
Below are links to other resources that you may find helpful. I will add new links as I find them and feel free to suggest websites to be included in the list, by using the contact form below.