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From 11 Ships to a Nation of Millions – Australia Day Marks the 225th Anniversary of the First Fleet

The following news release is from prwire.com.au: Online collection of criminal and convict records FREE to search on Australia Day from January 25 – 28, 2013 Sydney, Australia, 25 January 2013 – To celebrate the 225th anniversary of the arrival of the first fleet, Ancestry.com.au, Australia’s largest online family history resource[i], will be making its […]

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Ancestry.com.au Gives Free Access to Military Records Nov 9-12, 2012

Over the past 200 years, New Zealanders have bravely fought in many wars, on many different battlefields around the world. This long-standing history of military involvement on the world stage has left its mark on New Zealand society; the nation has suffered great human loss while helping to shape New Zealand’s identity and relationship with […]

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Ancestry.com.au Giving FREE ACCESS to the Entire Australian Birth, Marriage & Death Indexes from Friday Sept 28 until 11:59PM AEST on Monday Oct 1, 2012

World first: Ancestry.com.au is giving free access to the entire Australian Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes from Friday September 28 until 11.59PM AEST on Monday October 1, 2012 Sydney, Australia, 28 September 2012 – This weekend, for the first time ever, Ancestry.com.au, Australia’s largest online family history resource[i], is giving free access to over 17 […]

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Australian Premier Candidates Have Fascinating Ancestry

The Aussies find the ancestry of their Premier candidates fascinating, just as Americans do with our Presidents… The following news release was written for folks living in Australia. From links to Brisbane barmaids to law enforcement in Victoria, our future Premier boasts a colourful family history no matter who wins Despite the stark contrast in […]

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