Northern Territory

Northern Territory

Northern Territory Library

Contact
Open Hours
  • 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday 1pm to 5pm Saturday and Sunday Closed public holidays
Founded
  • 1980

Projects

Territory Women, Fallen ANZACs, Territorians in the Great War, Territory at War 1939-1945,

Family Tree Time

Contact
Research Costs
  • Depends on the project - contact Megan to discuss what you need, what your budget is, and when you need it by.
Open Hours
  • Phone 9am to 6pm Mon to Sat, other times eg after hours or Sundays by arrangement. For research project queries, sending an email including dot points of what you need and when you need it by will speed up response time.
Newsletter
  • The Family Tree Times - an email newsletter of timesaving tips and news, distributed as required. Sign up on my website.
Founded
  • 2010

Hi, I'm Megan Gibson from Family Tree Time - and my passion is to help you beat the "I'm too busy" blues.

As a Freelance Researcher for episodes of 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (Australia) and a nationally published writer and magazine editor, I know how to work fast yet smart, whether you want me to

  • trace your family tree (or bits of it!)
  • write your family history, reunion booklet or newspaper article
  • be your coach to get you closer to your family tree goals or
  • share my timesaving tips (in my book

Projects

*Book - 'How To Get More Family Tree Time - Tips for the Time Poor!' (buy online, or order by post or fax - see www.familytreetime.com.au for details) *Freelance Researcher - including episodes of the hit genealogy tv series 'Who Do You Think You Are?' (Australia) Series 2 & 3 and other clients *Magazines - writer for several national magazines, including Inside History. *Speaker - at genealogy and history events Australia-wide (topics eg Tips for the Time Poor, Behind the Scenes on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' etc)

Images

Introduction to Australian and New Zealand Land Records

Land research can tell us so much about how our ancestors lived and worked. It can help us find out the truth about stories we’ve heard, and can give us a much richer picture of our ancestors’ social and economic position. If they owned a house, business premises or rural property there are records to be found, many of which contain a wealth of information.


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