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  1. For Ireland researchers. A collection of digitized 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 database of Catholic parishes as they were during the mid 1830s, Catholic and civil parish links for over 1,000 parishes, and map coordinates to over to 2,000 churches and chapels. All free to access....
    http://www.swilson.info
  2. Name variations in Ireland.
    https://archive.org/details/varietiessynonym00math
  3. British and Irish Furniture Makers Online (BIFMO) is a searchable and freely accessible online database, comprising the Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840, and London Joiners’ Company apprenticeship bindings and freedom admissions, 1640-1720. A collaboration between the Furniture History Society (FHS) and the Institute of Historical Research (IHR), the first phase of this project has developed the database thanks to generous funding from the Furniture History Society and its membership. An ongoing project.
    https://bifmo.data.history.ac.uk
  4. Provides a great deal of information about land transfers – including images of titles. Follow the link then Scroll down the page to Historical searching and select the video tutorials. They are very helpful.
    https://www.sailis.sa.gov.au/home/public
  5. The German Emigrants Database is a research project concerned with European emigration to the United States of America. The database comprises information on emigrants who left Europe for the United States of America between 1820 and 1897, 1904 and 1907 primarily from German ports.
    http://www.deutsche-auswanderer-datenbank.de/index.php?id=275&L=1
    Tags: by family_history (17 Aug 2017)
  6. Foundation of Eastern European Family History Studies.
    Maps, information about changing boundaries, religions, immigration/emigration, etc. Some transcriptions. Encompasses Austro-Hungarian Empire, Polish, Russian, German, Russo-German, Baltic, Hungarian and Jewish Research and more.
    http://feefhs.org
    Tags: by family_history (17 Aug 2017)
  7. Over 30,000 pages of previously unseen diaries from the Second World War – hidden histories of a million wartime women – are available online from the Royal Voluntary Service Archive & Heritage Collection. Handwritten - search by town or county.
    These million ordinary women who volunteered for the charity, previously known as the Women’s Voluntary Services (WVS), played a vital role on the Home Front.
    https://www.royalvoluntaryservice.org...ce-diaries-of-wartime-women-go-online
  8. Lists of Latin words that are useful for deciphering records. From Familysearch website.
    https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Latin_Genealogical_Word_List#I
  9. A searchable table of entries in the WA Biographical Index. Provided by the Western Australian Genealogical Society. The original index is held at the State Library of WA. Be aware that information is from various sources and may not be fully accurate.
    https://membership.wags.org.au/member...c-data/878-wabi-wa-biographical-index
  10. Researching Northern Territory history.
    http://www.historicalsocietynt.org.au/index.htm
  11. Researching Northern Territory history and family history.
    http://www.gsnt.org.au
  12. Gives brief history of suburb or town, latitude and longitude and location on map of places in Queensland.
    https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/qld/environment/land/place-names/search
  13. Website dedicated to researching Australian and New Zealand American Civil War veterans. Some descendants have been identified.
    http://www.acwv.info
  14. Resources and advice on researching Australian army history and personnel.
    https://www.army.gov.au/our-history
    Tags: by family_history (16 Feb 2017)
  15. The Illustrated London News is a subscription site which is available to use for no charge within the State Library of Western Australia building and from home for SLWA members. Search over 150 years (1842-2003) of British and world events in this weekly illustrated newspaper.
    http://catalogue.slwa.wa.gov.au/record=e1001682~S2
  16. The British Newspaper Archive is a subscription site which is available to use for no charge within the State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) building. It consists of millions of pages of digitised historical newspapers from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales held at the British Library. You can register so that you can save searches, create lists and correct text in a similar way to Australia's Trove website. Select parts 1 -5 from the "content set" on the search page to search across all databases.
    http://www.slwa.wa.gov.au/find/eresources/a2z/B/british_newspaper_archive
  17. 19th Century British Library Newspapers is the old name for British Library Newspapers Parts I-V. This is a subscription site which is available to use for no charge within the State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) building and from home for SLWA members. It includes newspaper titles 1800-1900 from all over the UK. Select parts 1 -5 from the "content set" on the search page to search across all databases.
    http://catalogue.slwa.wa.gov.au/record=e1001959~S2
  18. Gale News Vault is a subscription site which is available to use for no charge within the State Library of Western Australia building or from home for SLWA members. It offers combined searching of 17th-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers, 19th Century British Newspapers, Times Digital Archive and the Illustrated London News.
    http://catalogue.slwa.wa.gov.au/record=e1001932~S2
  19. The West Australian Digital Archive is a subscription site which is available to use within the State Library building. Search the West Australian newspaper which is reproduced in full colour from July 2004 until yesterday.
    http://catalogue.slwa.wa.gov.au/record=e1001654~S2
  20. Search the index for births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales from 1837 onwards. Not yet complete but coverage is very good up to the late 1950s with some entries through to the 1970s.
    http://www.freebmd.org.uk

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