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  1. A variety of records from the ACT. Includes 1913 ACT census
    (alphabetical list of househlders under place name).
  2. Historical and family history sources for Canberra.
  3. Canberra public cemeteries search page.
  4. ArchivesACT provides access to publicly available ACT Government records older than 20 years.
  5. This site was created for the centenary of WWI. It contains original records from the following: Australian Imperial Force; Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force; Royal Australian Navy; Australian Flying Corps; Australian Army Nursing Service; depot unit personnel; official artists, photographers, war correspondents and historians such as C.E.W. Bean; internees; munitions workers; New Zealand Boer War service records. You can also contribute your own photographs and stories.
  6. This index may assist researchers to access medical journals that have been copied as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP).
  7. This website is in memory of all the hospitals that have closed in London since the NHS came into being in 1948.
    alphabetical list of hospitals
    list of hospital by postcode
    a brief history of healthcare provision in London
    Useful references
  8. This site has a searchable roll of honour with the names of over 1.7 million men and women who died in Commonwealth forces during the two world wars. The place of burial or commemoration is given. In July 2014 a large number of digitised records relating to deaths, burials and identifications were added to the website.
  9. These pages contain details of the registers of population (census) of Gibraltar going back to 1777. The early registers have been put on-line first and others will follow later. This material can be accessed for free and data is searchable.
    Tags: by family_history (22 Jul 2014)
  10. Searchable database of men and women who served in the First Australian Imperial Force 1914-1918. This site gives lots of information on each person including name, address, next of kin, awards, medals, fate etc. and links through to the embarkation lists.
  11. Included on this website are a collection of digitised maps of Dublin and Ireland, viewable in Google map format, a revised and improved townland database, scans and extracts from a number of directories, a guide to the important, and unique, system of land divisions of Ireland (townlands etc), and a brief introduction and guide to Irish records.
    Tags: by family_history (25 Jun 2014)
  12. Genealogy/ Personal History:
    Casualties, Civilians, Military Personnel, Passenger Lists, Prisoners of War.
    Indexes to:
    Photographs, Textual Records, Private Sector, Businesses, Foundations, Labor Unions, Securities.
    Tags: by family_history (25 Jun 2014)
  13. Starting in 2001 the JFK Trust began to compile a most comprehensive database of Irish emigration to the United States, in conjunction with the Balch Institute in Philadelphia, the Ellis Island Restoration Commission in New York and the Battery Conservancy in New York. Access to the database is free through this website. Printouts are available for a small fee
  14. The 1831 Census Returns provide a unique record of family names in the county for the period before the Famine.
  15. Link through to the Local History Centre and the Local History Image Library. Fully searchable pictorial collection. Local Studies Centre Newsletter and information about heritage resources.
  16. Search digitised photographs of Cottesloe, Mosman Park and Peppermint Grove from 1900 to the present day.
  17. Updated website for the Family History Society of Rockingham and Districts which is affiliated with the WA Genealogical Society.
  18. Digitised photographs relating to Joondalup and Wanneroo from the Local History section at Joondalup Library.
  19. This site has John Rocque's 1746 maps of London and the 1st Ordnance Survey 1863-80 map of London as well as historical data such as population figures.
  20. Between 1634 and 1662; 262 "marriagable young girls", were recruited to first sign a contract in France and then be given passage and a small dowry to become the wife of a Quebec settler. Some were sponsored by their church, a company associate or merchant. Others were of minor noble families; cousins or sisters of men already in the colony. This site gives a list of all the women who emigrated under this plan and, where available, further information about the women and their descendants..
    Tags: by family_history (19 Jun 2014)

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