As we enter the week of the FREE RootsTech Connect conference, so many people are adding names to their trees on Family Search and linking them up with others’ so they can find Relatives at RootsTech. Until yesterday I had the magnificent total of TWO, though I was pretty excited to get a half 8th … More What are your genea-goals?
It may be winter but it’s sunny and warm-ish in South-East Queensland right now – and it’s also less than a year until the Waves in Time 2019 Conference being held on the glorious Sunshine Coast from 24 to 26 May 2019. Behind the scenes a lot has been happening to ensure you have a … More Catch a Genealogy Wave in Queensland
C is for CERTIFICATES Depending on where you live, and the timeframe in which you’re searching, certificates can be both critical and extremely useful. Australian certificates are so excellent that almost anyone else’s, except the Scots’, (from my own experience) pale into insignificance. Fully completed, our certificates can launch your family tree on to new … More C is for Certificates, Collateral Research & Census Data
Welcome to my A to Z journey through family history. If you’ve ever been curious about your own family’s story perhaps this will tempt you to get started – or frighten you off entirely. A is for ANCESTORS The starting point about doing family history is to learn who our ancestors were, their names and … More A is for Ancestors and Archives
Some of you may be bewildered by all the references to AFFHO in relation to the Canberra Congress 2015. It’s simple really as AFFHO is the umbrella organisation overarching all the triennial genealogy congresses Down Under. The acronym stands for the Australasian Federation of Family History Organisations Inc. You’ll be hearing lots more about Congress … More Let’s get social @AFFHO2015