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  1. Information on British settlers who emigrated to South Africa in 1820 and their descendants.
  2. The 1831 Census Returns provide a unique record of family names in the county for the period before the Famine.
  3. A transcription of European residents in the 1851 census for Bombay excluding Bombay City and Island. Transcribed from a copy in the India Office Records at the British Library.
    Tags: by family_history (23 Aug 2011)
  4. The State Records Office of Western Australia has digitised the York census which was taken on 31 December 1859. The returns for York are the only ones which survive for this census. Images are browsable only.
  5. Search by the name of a person or by the name of a public house and county to find details of who was living in pubs throughout England at the time of the 1881 census.
    Tags: , by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  6. Free searching of 1901 England and Wales census. Pay-per-view to see original image.
    Tags: by family_history (02 Dec 2014)
  7. The 1911 census for England and Wales is available from this site. It is free to search and you need to buy credits to view the transcripts or images. Please note that the 1911 census is not yet available on Ancestry.
    Tags: , by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  8. Search and download documents from workhouses and poor law unions across England and Wales. These items are free to download.
    Tags: , by family_history (31 Dec 2002)
  9. This website is dedicated to the several thousand Australians who served in the RAAF during World War Two. It includes a roll of honour, a history of the 467 and 463 squadrons, scanned operational record books, information on medals, photographs and much more.
  10. . About the Music Lending Scheme . The Music Lending Scheme was established by the Canberrra Choral Society in 1965 to facilitate the borrowing and lending of music between choral and other musical groups throughout Australia. It has acted as the central point of contact for information about what music is available for loan or hire between members. The Scheme's main emphasis has been on vocal scores for choirs and musical theatre groups and, where information has been provided, the orchestral parts associated with such works.
  11. This site has lots of information for those researching Irish ancestry including Irish history, timeline, maps, pages for each county and lots of links.
    Tags: by family_history (08 Dec 2009)
  12. While the contact details are no longer up-to-date, this site gives a good idea of what items are available at various police archives or museums. The guide was originally published by the Police History Society.
    Tags: by family_history (29 Mar 2010)
  13. The Canada Gazette is Canada's official newspaper of record and is available online at the Library and Archives Canada site from 1841 to 1997. The Gazette includes items such as naturalisations, military appointments, bankruptcies and much more.
    Tags: by family_history (01 Sep 2011)
  14. This website is campaigning for a Boer War Memorial to be erected in Canberra. It also has a lot of information on the Boer War including information on nurses, war correspondents, medals, engagements, casualties and more. Australians can register details of their ancestor's service in the Boer War as part of the Boer War Memorial Descendant Database Project.
    Tags: by family_history (13 Apr 2011)
  15. Online book. Alphabetical breakdown of places with information about the topography, towns, schools, etc.
  16. This site has background information on the Anzacs as well as the Gallipoli Graveyards index which includes details of 3219 soldiers buried at Gallipoli and 6393 who are listed on memorials.
  17. Information about life in Britain taken from census data. Various themes are explored such as Population, Life and Death, Industry, Work and Poverty etc. There are also descriptions of places from travel writers and gazetteers as well as a collection of historical maps.
  18. The AAAI is the not for profit national industry association representing Australian business angels networks, individual business angel investors and organisations that support the growth of business angel investment in Australia
  19. Aging Everywhere: AARP International’s resource featuring quick facts, research, and events around the world. The Aging Everywhere interactive world map serves as a “one-stop” international clearing house of the most relevant and timely informa…
  20. Statistics and reports from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics

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