Carole Riley and I thought a group for Down Under research would be a valuable addition to G+ hope you all think so too.
Please post tips and hints on how and where to find things, or ask a question or share your latest find or break through. If you are keen to build this group you can help by posting AND by inviting others you know who are researching Australia and or New Zealand records.
Have searched all the combos I can think of and cant seem to find Grace's death to order a cert. Have traced another Grace Lillian of Mosman and eliminated her. Have followed Grace's siblings and parents in Trove no mention of her in their death notices. Anyone able to find her other states? Did Colin become a bigamist. Have his death WW2 death in 1942 no mention of her nor any children to her. Just left all to the new wife in his will. Hope others can help find her, I am stumped. TIA
Just finished watching This Week in Google (TWiG) and +MikeElgan recommended this site:
Check out the guides under resources top right.
He mentioned an extension which add a lower third to your hangout view, which I figure those of us here experimenting with hangouts might like to include that extention.
Sydney, Hawkesbury, Kiama, Jamberoo, Bega, Northern Rivers.
DOUGLASS, ROSE, KING, MARKS, UTHER, JONES, McWILLIAMS, SIMPSON, CROSS, MORRIS, HOBBS, ESLIN, SPEAR, ROBINSON, FLOOD, JOHNSON, DAVISON, WATTS
McCABE, WILLIAMS, BURNS, WACKROW, HAMBLYN, PEAT, COOK, WELCH (Dr Robert Porter), MABERLY, FERRICK, GALLON, TUNNICLIFFE
PATIENT, PASHION, DAY, SAVEALL, SAVAL, SAVILLE, LEE, HYMAS, PAGE, MATHEWS, POULTON, THORINGTON, BRAND
UTHER, LEE, DAY, SOUNDY, HATFULL, CHARLESTROM, MATTHEWS
IREDALE, HALL, LAMB, YOUNG, HINDMARSH, JACKSON
HALSTEAD, DAUGHTREY, D'AUGHTREE
BURNS (Meath), HURLEY (Cork), KING, KENNEDY, WADE (Armagh), CHARLES, HULL, MARKS, YORK (Londonderry, Ballyronan)
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