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Lives in Brisbane QLD Australia
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Family history seminar, Cairns City Library (North Queensland), Sat 16 Apr 2016, 9.30-11.30am. Topics are: #1. Scallywags, Scoundrels & Vanishing Relatives (how to trace people who vanished, find unregistered deaths, & research the 'black sheep' of the family.) #2. Researching Illegitimate Children (how to identify a child's biological father using various sources in Archives & elsewhere). Phone the library, (07)40443720, to make a booking. Admission $5.
Trace your ancestry and build a family tree by researching extensive birth records, census data, obituaries and more with Findmypast
Sat 27 Feb 2016 is the last day to get 20% off a FindMyPast 12 month subscription. http://bit.ly/2feb20 applies the discount code. The 1939 Register is only free with 12 month World subscriptions (available on all FindMyPast sites) & Britain subscriptions. http://bit.ly/whyUAu explains why I use & recommend FindMyPast. #genealogy
Today's additions at FindMyPast include 2 that are exciting for my own family history: 39,000 records added to 'Queensland funerals', & 279,000 added to 'Greater London Burial Index'. Other additions: NZ birth, marriage & death indexes; Isle of Man births, baptisms, marriages, deaths & burials; and more Irish newspapers. #genealogy
The history of Australia Day - I didn't know this!
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We all know that Australia Day is celebrated on 26 January ... right? Sure! But did you know that Australia Day wasn't always celebrated on this day?
I intend to temporarily reduce the price of one of my copying services for original records at Queensland State Archives. Check the list of indexed records (www.judywebster.com.au/other.html) & tell me which ones would interest you most if copies cost less. Add a comment here, & if you're lucky I may select the index/records that you nominate! #genealogy
This leads to 53,000 names from Archives records (asylums, hospitals, pensions, missing persons, criminals etc) plus graves and certificates indexed for genealogy.
Genealogical research and indexing
Using and indexing original records at Queensland State Archives.
- Self-employedprofessional genealogist, 1986 - present
- Princess Alexandra Hospitalmedical scientist, 1974 - 2008
Brisbane QLD Australia
Cunnamulla QLD Australia
Family historian, genealogy professional, indexer, author, speaker. Founder / coordinator of 'Genealogists for Families' project.
I am a family historian, genealogical researcher, indexer, author and speaker, and creator/coordinator of the Genealogists for Families project. For 34yrs I was also a medical laboratory scientist working in Haematology & Transfusion Medicine in a large public hospital.
Suggested G+ circles for me = genealogy; reading; travel; wildlife / environment; natural therapies; Kiva.
Names in my family tree include Agar, Ashton, Barber, Birks, Blair, Bowser, Brazil, Burnley, Bussell, Butler, Bynon, Campbell, Capsticks, Clark, Cockburn, Cordeux, Corduex, Cordukes, Cornish, Coulson, Dasey, Deller, Derbyshire, Giblett, Harley, Hazlewood, Holmes, Hudson, Hugill, Johnson, Lamont, Leaper, Livermore, Livermore, MacDonald, Matthew, McCall, McColl, McKenzie, McNaughton, Mountain, Mustell, Nicholson, Peacock, Porter, Sheppard, Sherring, Smith, Steinke, Upright, Weaver, Webster, Wells. -- For more details see the 'Surnames' tab on Genealogy Leftovers, http://genie-leftovers.blogspot.com/.
Queensland Family History Society's Award for Services to Family History (2001). Grad.Dip. Local & Applied History. AAGRA-accredited researcher. (No children, but I am 'aunt' to an adorable dog.)
- St. Hilda's School, Southport QLD