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Australia

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No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Telephone White Pages Directory
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Bureau of Statistics www Information Service
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Yellow Pages
No Java installed - then just click on this box New South Wales Registry of births, deaths and marriages
No Java installed - then just click on this box Bathurst Family History Group
No Java installed - then just click on this box Tasmania Australiagenweb Project
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australasia BMB Exchange
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian National Shipwreck Database - Search Facilities
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Genealogy Links
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The World War Two Nominal Roll was created to honour and commemorate the men and women who served in Australia's defence forces and the Merchant Navy during this conflict. This site contains information from the service records of some one million individuals who served during World War Two.

No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Genealogy Links.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Public Records Office (PRO) Victoria
No Java installed - then just click on this box Australian Cemetery Links
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Australia Immigration

 

No Java installed - then just click on this box Help locating passenger lists for migrant ships to Australia/New Zealand 
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passenger list of the ship "Prince Edward" which set sail for New Zealand from Charlottetown Harbour in 1859 
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passenger and convict ships to Australia and New Zealand
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passengers on the Emigrant Ship "Saldanha" Sailed from Liverpool in the summer of 1856 for Victoria, Australia
No Java installed - then just click on this box Genuki's list of Passengers on the Emigrant Ship "Lord Delaval" Sailed from Berwick upon Tweed on September 13th 1852 for London and on to Port St Philip, Victoria, Australia. 50 of the passengers were from Berwick upon Tweed.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Genuki's list of Passengers on the Emigrant Ship "Lizzie Webber" Sailed from Sunderland 31 July 1852; arrived Melbourne 4 December 1852
No Java installed - then just click on this box Genuki's list of Passengers on the Emigrant Ship "Emigrant" Sailed from Sunderland 10 September 1852; arrived Melbourne 3 January 1853
No Java installed - then just click on this box Public Record Office Victoria - Immigration Indexes.
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Did your ancestors first step ashore at the Port of Maryborough. This page is dedicated to the immigrant ships, which arrived in Queensland through the Port of Maryborough as well as other ports such as Brisbane, Townsville and Cooktown. 23,000 immigrants first stepped ashore at the Port of Maryborough and many of their descendants are still in the area

No Java installed - then just click on this box The Highland and Island Emigration Society - HIES - Ship Lists
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(PRO) Index of Inward Passenger Lists from British and Foreign Ports 1852-1911
No Java installed - then just click on this box Ancestors on Board Records of 30 million passengers on thousands of ships sailing to destinations worldwide. Findmypast.com, in association with The National Archives, is proud to present ancestorsonboard, a new database featuring BT27 Outward Passenger Lists for long-distance voyages leaving the British Isles from 1960 right back to 1890. With ancestorsonboard, you can search for records of individuals or groups of people leaving for destinations including Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa and USA featuring ports such as Boston, Philadelphia and New York. Passengers include not only immigrants and emigrants, but also businessmen, diplomats and tourists. Images of the passenger lists are available to download, view, save and print. www.ancestorsonboard.com/
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Australian Convicts

 

No Java installed - then just click on this box Government Sources for Convicts and Prisoners sent to USA and Australia  1100 - 1986
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passenger and convict ships to Australia and New Zealand
No Java installed - then just click on this box CLAIM-A-CONVICT Convicts to Port Jackson, NSW ~~The largest convict site in Australia ~~ Presented by Lesley Uebel
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convict Connections
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convicts transported to NSW, Australia
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convict Genealogy - the Genseek Genealogy site which is designed to assist in locating sources for the family genealogist and historian.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convictions - This site contains information to assist the family historian to track down ships and passenger movements to and from Australia.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convicts to Australia - A guide to your convict ancestors.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convict Central - A guide to researching your convicts to Australia
No Java installed - then just click on this box Archives Office of Tasmania
No Java installed - then just click on this box Indexes of Tasmanian Convicts
No Java installed - then just click on this box Batman & Fawkners' Tasmania Convicts 1833-37
No Java installed - then just click on this box Archives Office of Tasmania - Convict records noted in the Index to Tasmanian Convicts
No Java installed - then just click on this box Convicts - links to more sites
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New Zealand

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No Java installed - then just click on this box Dictionary of New Zealand Biography
No Java installed - then just click on this box Christchurch - New Zealand
No Java installed - then just click on this box Pearl's Pad - New Zealand - Fantastic Site full of reference links you just have to check it out.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passenger Lists of ships to New Zealand
No Java installed - then just click on this box Passenger arrivals at Port Chalmers, New Zealand, March 1848 - January 1851
No Java installed - then just click on this box Help locating passenger lists for migrant ships to Australia/New Zealand 
No Java installed - then just click on this box New Zealand Bound - Olwyne Whitehouse's site dedicated to identifying genealogical resources to assist in locating which New Zealand bound ship an immigrant ancestor was aboard.
No Java installed - then just click on this box Cyclopedia of New Zealand - Pages scanned from the book - work in progress
No Java installed - then just click on this box Help locating passenger lists for migrant ships to Australia/New Zealand 
No Java installed - then just click on this box New Zealand Genealogy Search Engine
No Java installed - then just click on this box Ancestors on Board Records of 30 million passengers on thousands of ships sailing to destinations worldwide. Findmypast.com, in association with The National Archives, is proud to present ancestorsonboard, a new database featuring BT27 Outward Passenger Lists for long-distance voyages leaving the British Isles from 1960 right back to 1890. With ancestorsonboard, you can search for records of individuals or groups of people leaving for destinations including Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa and USA featuring ports such as Boston, Philadelphia and New York. Passengers include not only immigrants and emigrants, but also businessmen, diplomats and tourists. Images of the passenger lists are available to download, view, save and print. www.ancestorsonboard.com/
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