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  1. Free current small business directory for United Kingdom.
    http://www.misterwhat.co.uk
  2. An extensive family tree for the Brady family. Also includes a spreadsheet of data from the 1859 York census.
    http://www.bradyfamilytree.org/genealogy/index.php
  3. A database of British nationals associated with South America compiled from various sources. It includes details of the Australians who established a colony in Paraguay in 1893.
    http://sabrits.co.uk/Home.php
    Tags: by family_history (07 Apr 2016)
  4. Website of the QARANC Association (Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps). Includes a very useful section on researching British Army nurses.
    http://britisharmynurses.com/web/index.html
  5. The WA Genealogical Society (WAGS) blog with lots of interesting posts relating to family history.
    http://blog.wags.org.au
    Tags: by family_history (07 Apr 2016)
  6. A fascinating collection of large scale 19th century maps for almost 150 cities, towns and villages in the Republic of Ireland. Digitised as a partnership between Ordnance Survey Ireland and University College Dublin.
    http://digital.ucd.ie/view/ucdlib:40377
    Tags: by family_history (06 Apr 2016)
  7. Blog from subscription database Findmypast with information about records on their site plus lots of hints on getting started and breaking down brick walls.
    https://blog.findmypast.com.au
    Tags: by family_history (06 Apr 2016)
  8. Family history research by Robert Atkins. Family names include Atkins, Greene, de Castilla, Couper, Broun and Sewell.
    http://atkinsgenealogy.id.au
  9. The Canadian National Digital Heritage Index (CNDHI) is an index of digitized Canadian heritage collections located at Canadian universities and provincial and territorial libraries.
    http://cndhi-ipnpc.ca/en/projects/cndhi
  10. The Internet Archive has a vast range of freely available digitised material, much of which is useful to family historians including historical books, newspapers, magazines etc. It also includes many published parish registers.
    http://www.archive.org
  11. Thousands of digitised historical and genealogical publications are available through this site.You are able to search across the whole archive.
    https://www.myheritage.com/research/c...0100/compilation-of-published-sources
  12. The Historic Counties Trust is a Registered Charity which aims to promote public awareness of the history, geography, natural history, architecture and traditions of the historic counties of the UK.The Historic Counties Standard provides a definitive statement of the names, areas and borders of the historic counties of the UK. By providing a definition for the terminology and the names, areas and borders of the historic counties. Maps
    http://www.county-borders.co.uk/historiccountiestrust/index.html
  13. A collection of free digitised Irish history books. Includes lots of parliamentary papers and local histories.
    http://irishstaterecords.blogspot.com.au
  14. This site has information about the Society and lots of links to websites with Jewish material available worldwide.
    http://jhgswa.org.au
  15. Database of convicts who were transported on the First Fleet from the University of Wollongong.
    http://firstfleet.uow.edu.au/index.html
  16. This site aims to commemorate the Commonwealth service men and women who lost their lives during the two World Wars but whose details were never recorded. It also identifies many civilian casualties.
    http://www.infromthecold.org/index.asp
  17. Search the UK Hansard reports of debates in Parliament 1803-2005.
    http://hansard.millbanksystems.com
  18. Website of the Walpole Nornalup and Districts Historical Society. Includes lots of oral histories and photographs of this area in the south west of Western Australia.
    http://www.walpolenornaluphistory.org/home
  19. Searchable database of burial, cremation and memorial records for Enfield Memorial Park, Cheltenham Cemetery, Smithfield Memorial Park and West Terrace Cemetery in Adelaide. Maps show the location of graves.
    http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records
  20. This site records monuments and memorials around Australia. Many war memorials are included and have photographs. There is also an app which can be downloaded to help in the location of memorials.
    http://monumentaustralia.org.au

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