Tasmania

Tasmania

Legacy Tree Genealogists, Inc.

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Founded in 2004, Legacy Tree Genealogists enjoys the highest client ratings in the world. We are a professional genealogy research company that serves clients worldwide. We are based near the world's largest family history library, with easy access to millions of records, and we also work with hundreds of onsite researchers around the globe. Visit us at https://legacytree.com or read client reviews at https://www.facebook.com/legacytree/reviews

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Records relating to NSW, Norfolk Island and Tasmania found in Colonial Office microfilms

As a penal settlement answering to the British government, copies of colonial paperwork were sent to the Colonial Office in London. The Colonial Office papers contain a huge amount of material relating to the early settlements and residents of New South Wales, Norfolk Island and Tasmania. This seminar provides a guide to the type of information available both on the microfilms published by the Australian Joint Copying Project and in other published works.
- 45/60 minutes – Powerpoint presentation


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Old photos of your ancestors may continue to fade or be damaged and lost. We can turn them into magnificent hand painted oil on canvas paintings. We have produced many wonderful results. Simply send us the photo of your ancestor either by email...or by maill. We will scan the picture you send and return it...or we will use the emailed image to create a colour, painted portrait in the size yoiu nominate...frame it and send it to you...wherever you are around Australia ...or around the world. You can see examples of our work on our website.

 

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