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Across the world, millions are tracing their family history and discovering the lives of their ancestors in original records.
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These records are vital for family historians. Our vast collection includes millions of records from Australia and New Zealand including the ever-important electoral rolls, invaluable when
census data is not always available.
Also available is the most complete census collection from England and Scotland plus
census substitutes for Ireland and the United States Census.
Birth, death and marriage records are essential markers to piecing together your family history. They provide that basic information covering the important life events in your ancestors' lives.
Our vast worldwide collections include many varied sources including state, county, and federal archives, churches and private.
This record category includes a huge amount of valuable and interesting information for historians and researchers in many areas, including long runs of the Australian Lutheran.
It provides a large amount of information on specific events and people in Australian
churches in the form of notices, including
many marriages, deaths and obituaries.
Our education and work records contain a lot of useful information about such an important part of peoples' lives. They help to learn about the social fabric of the past.
Our collection includes records from Australia / New Zealand such as the Australian Pastoral Directory. You will also find British records including Merchant Navy Seaman 1836-1941.
There are millions of records containing a range of information from institutions and organisations. The records include police gazettes, jury rolls, Supreme Court records and parliamentary papers from Australia and New Zealand.
Our collection also includes British records such as the Royal Household Staff 1526-1924, Manchester Prison Registers 1847-1881 and many workhouse records.
These fascinating records are an underused resource that could really aid your family history research. The variety and depth of these records really are worth delving into.
These fabulous records include Government Gazettes, other records from Australia / New Zealand, and the British newspaper collection, featuring newspapers from England, Wales and Scotland published between 1710 and 1963.
Our international collection includes Australian and New Zealand records, providing information on World War I, World War II, the Boer war and the New Zealand's Maori campaigns.
The collection also contains British records covering the Boer war, First World War, and other military records. You will also find Irish records covering the First World War and Sein Féin.
Travel and migration records are a great resource to utilise in your family history search. Passenger lists, including arrival and departure records from the US and the UK can provide ages, place of origins, likely destinations, and information about other family members.
Other records included are Convict Arrivals in New South Wales and New Zealand Emigration.
We are a worldwide leader in providing high quality family history records. we work with archives around the world to bring you exclusive records never before digitised. We are committed to continual growth and offering you the best possible value in history.