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Oral History Training - March 11/12 in Bunbury - 3rd February 2023
The Bunbury Museum & Heritage Centre has organised a two day training event in Oral History. The details are on our Events page.
Website: Details in our Events Calendar
Mike Kiely, joined in 1992, and was a regular visitor to May Street. He loved to attend lots of meetings and functions.
He was also a regular for over 10 years of the LSEW Group. He was a founding Member of the Family Tree Maker SIG and popped his head into The Master GEnealogies SIG as well.
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Mike Kiely, was a member since 1992, and was a regular visitor to May Street. He loved to attend lots of meetings and functions.
Vale Mike Kiely - 28th January 2023
Mike Kiely, joined in 1992, and was a regular visitor to May Street. He loved to attend lots of meetings and functions. He was also a regular for over 10 years of the LSEW Group. He was a founding Member of the Family Tree Maker SIG and popped his head into The Master GEnealogies SIG as well. . Mike Kiely, was a member since 1992, and was a regular visitor to May Street. He loved to attend lots of meetings and functions.
East Sussex Electoral Registers (1705-1963) now online - 23rd January 2023
Ancestry have added the East Sussex Electoral Registers to their Census and Electoral Rolls collection. Search a bit deeper and you can also find West Sussex from 1832 to 1963 in the same collection (https://www.ancestry.com.au/search/collections/62186/).
Website: East Sussex Electoral Registers
The FindMyPast dataset, Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions, is growing all the time. In December they added 1,731 new records from Feltham, Hampton, Hayes, Littleton and Staines. Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions - 22nd January 2023
The FindMyPast dataset, Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions, is growing all the time. In December they added 1,731 new records from Feltham, Hampton, Hayes, Littleton and Staines.
Website: FindMyPast - Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions
The LostCousins newsletter is usually published 2 or 3 times a month. This is the latest one available on their website - lostcousins.com. Latest Newsletter from Lost Cousins - 20 Jan 2023 - 21st January 2023
The LostCousins newsletter is usually published 2 or 3 times a month. This is the latest one available on their website - lostcousins.com.
Website: Newsletter
FindMyPast have added 7,859 Records to the National School Admission Registers from in and around Halifax, Yorkshire. Schools include Warley, West Vale, Hebden Bridge, Sowerby, Soyland, Todmorden and Wandsworth. New Dataset - Yorkshire School Admission Registers - 15th January 2023
FindMyPast have added 7,859 Records to the National School Admission Registers from in and around Halifax, Yorkshire. Schools include Warley, West Vale, Hebden Bridge, Sowerby, Soyland, Todmorden and Wandsworth.
Website: FindMyPast Blog Post - 13 Jan 2023
Welcome back - 9th January 2023
Happy new year and welcome back!! Our Lubrary and resource centre at Unit 5 May Street, Bayswater will be open from 9:30am today, Monday January 9.
Additions to Genealogical Websites in December 2022 - 6th January 2023
Julie Martin's monthly blog post on additions to genealogical websites is now available.
Website: Blog Post
During Jan and Feb 2023, Australian History Research are presenting a series of over 20 webinars covering Norfolk Island History Research and People 1788 – 1814 such as: Using the 1792 – 1796 Victualling Book as a research tool, 1807 Norfolk Island landholders and many more. One admission fee of $30 covers all webinars, which will be available to view on your leisure in a private community on facebook. These will also remain online for 3 months for attendees to revisit Webinars on early History of Norfolk Island 1st Settlement Families - 4th January 2023
During Jan and Feb 2023, Australian History Research are presenting a series of over 20 webinars covering Norfolk Island History Research and People 1788 – 1814 such as: Using the 1792 – 1796 Victualling Book as a research tool, 1807 Norfolk Island landholders and many more. One admission fee of $30 covers all webinars, which will be available to view on your leisure in a private community on facebook. These will also remain online for 3 months for attendees to revisit
Website: More information
As of about July 2022, the New South Wales death registration districts post-1974 have been displayed as codes, rather than being blank as they previously were. In October 2022, the NSW Registry of BDM WikiTree with a lookup table for decoding these registration district codes.
A permanent link has been added to our GenieLinks - NSW page. NSW BDM Registry District Codes - 29th December 2022
As of about July 2022, the New South Wales death registration districts post-1974 have been displayed as codes, rather than being blank as they previously were. In October 2022, the NSW Registry of BDM WikiTree with a lookup table for decoding these registration district codes. A permanent link has been added to our GenieLinks - NSW page.
Website: Complete List


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