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  1. Fully updated guide to researching Western Australian convicts. PDF format. Available on the Friends of Battye website.
    http://www.friendsofbattyelibrary.org.au
  2. Explore some of the State Library of Western Australia's digitised historical content on Pinterest.
    https://au.pinterest.com/statelibrarywa
  3. Explore some of the State Library of Western Australia's collections and exhibitions through Flickr.
    https://www.flickr.com/people/statelibrarywa
  4. Lots of information on Canada's military from Library and Archives Canada.
    http://www.cmhg.gc.ca/html/index-eng.asp
    Tags: by family_history (11 May 2016)
  5. Facebook page for information and knowledge sharing about Salford Catholic Diocese, Manchester. Part of Lancashire until 1974. »
    https://www.facebook.com/Salford-Diocesan-Archives-204691413068451
  6. Lots of transcriptions of Norfolk parish registers are available. The site is no longer maintained but still includes lots of useful information.
    http://www.genealogy.doun.org/transcriptions/index.php
    Tags: by family_history (03 May 2016)
  7. Births, marriages and deaths for New Brunswick, Canada.
    http://archives.gnb.ca/Search/VISSE/default.aspx?culture=en-CA
    Tags: by family_history (03 May 2016)
  8. This website looks at the history of the cotton industry in the north of England.
    http://www.spinningtheweb.org.uk
  9. Free current small business directory for United Kingdom.
    http://www.misterwhat.co.uk
  10. An extensive family tree for the Brady family. Also includes a spreadsheet of data from the 1859 York census.
    http://www.bradyfamilytree.org/genealogy/index.php
  11. A database of British nationals associated with South America compiled from various sources. It includes details of the Australians who established a colony in Paraguay in 1893.
    http://sabrits.co.uk/Home.php
    Tags: by family_history (07 Apr 2016)
  12. Website of the QARANC Association (Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps). Includes a very useful section on researching British Army nurses.
    http://britisharmynurses.com/web/index.html
  13. The WA Genealogical Society (WAGS) blog with lots of interesting posts relating to family history.
    http://blog.wags.org.au
    Tags: by family_history (07 Apr 2016)
  14. A fascinating collection of large scale 19th century maps for almost 150 cities, towns and villages in the Republic of Ireland. Digitised as a partnership between Ordnance Survey Ireland and University College Dublin.
    http://digital.ucd.ie/view/ucdlib:40377
    Tags: by family_history (06 Apr 2016)
  15. Blog from subscription database Findmypast with information about records on their site plus lots of hints on getting started and breaking down brick walls.
    https://blog.findmypast.com.au
    Tags: by family_history (06 Apr 2016)
  16. Family history research by Robert Atkins. Family names include Atkins, Greene, de Castilla, Couper, Broun and Sewell.
    http://atkinsgenealogy.id.au
  17. The Canadian National Digital Heritage Index (CNDHI) is an index of digitized Canadian heritage collections located at Canadian universities and provincial and territorial libraries.
    http://cndhi-ipnpc.ca/en/projects/cndhi
  18. The Internet Archive has a vast range of freely available digitised material, much of which is useful to family historians including historical books, newspapers, magazines etc. It also includes many published parish registers.
    http://www.archive.org
  19. Thousands of digitised historical and genealogical publications are available through this site.You are able to search across the whole archive.
    https://www.myheritage.com/research/c...0100/compilation-of-published-sources
  20. The Historic Counties Trust is a Registered Charity which aims to promote public awareness of the history, geography, natural history, architecture and traditions of the historic counties of the UK.The Historic Counties Standard provides a definitive statement of the names, areas and borders of the historic counties of the UK. By providing a definition for the terminology and the names, areas and borders of the historic counties. Maps
    http://www.county-borders.co.uk/historiccountiestrust/index.html

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