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Overview of common features, Reunion for Macintosh, Legacy, Family Tree Maker.
including Norwich: 1570 Census of the Poor, 16th and 17th century research, nominal linkage records before the census
This talks looks at what is available online including state and local government archives, libraries, historical societies, cemeteries and specialist websites.
This talk looks at digitised Australasian and overseas newspapers online and how to find information on your ancestors beyond the usual BDM and funeral notices.
An increasing amount of material is available about people and places on the internet. This talk explores a range of resources available for places in the former German Empire.
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