These are some of the items I have found for my clients:
- Have you hit a brick
wall in your research?
- Do you have a family mystery to
- Would you like help
researching your family tree?
- Do you want to find an
obituary for someone in your family?
- Would you like me to look up
information in Ancestry (World edition), FindMyPast, or Footnote?
- Do you need access to the the National Library, the National Archives or the Australian War Memorial in Canberra?
- Would you like me to look up material in the Public Record Office of Victoria (PROV) in Ballarat or Melbourne?
An obituary that gave clues to the family's arrival in Australia
WW1 military record: explained mystery "the years between arriving back in England, assuming it was 1914 and
arrival in Australia are a mystery"
1825 Convict muster showing employer and ship
Explanation of why this convict served the whole 7 years (unusual)
A newspaper article explaining the disappearance from the colony
1911 census records
Scottish birth, marriage and death records: civil registration
This Genogram unfortunately demonstrated
that matrilineal genetic testing would not resolve the genealogical question of kinship
between the two families. Both families
had lost many members during the holocaust and had also lost the documentation
that would support family history research.