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The Countryman "Flashback"

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This new index has been added to the WAGS website Indexes and Databases and is available to the public.

The Countryman "Flashback" Index - Jan 1995 to April 1997

The data was originally donated to WAGS by an unknown contributor some years ago, and has recently been recompiled by WAGS Project team volunteers into the index now available on the WAGS website.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 10:52

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Swan River Colony Arrivals

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Passenger Arrivals and Departures for Swan River Colony 1826-1838Brig Amity in King Georges Sound (Artist Jackie Woodcock)

This significant set of Western Australian historical data, produced by Graham Bown on behalf of the Swan River Pioneers 1829-1838, (a Special Interest Group of the Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc.), has been made available to WAGS members via the WAGS website. 

This is a great resource of early Western Australian data, painstakingly compiled over a number of years from a wide variety of primary and secondary sources.

We thank Graham Bown, and the Swan River Pioneers group, for allowing us to present this data to members.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 10:56

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1940 WA BDM Indexes

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1940 WAN BDM Indexes for WAGS members

Compiled by WAGS volunteers from The West Australian newspaper birth, death and marriages family notices columns, we now have available the 1940 WAGS WAN BDM's Index  in the Indexes and Database section of the members only area of the website. You need to log in to view the data.

The BDM's indexing is an ongoing WAGS Project Team effort, and will provide additional indexes for the WAGS website as they are completed.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 11:00

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Remembrance Day - 2009

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        lestweforget
November 11, 1918
Lest We Forget
Aust. War Memorial

The Last Post

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 11:11

True or False?

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Perth was to be in
Victoria! 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 December 2009 23:58

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WAGS Website Wins Award

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2009 FFHS - Highly Commended Award

WAGS website has won a Highly Commended Award from the Federation of Family History Societies. The FFHS award gives recognition to Genealogy and Family History websites under a number of design criteria.

This is a great accomplishment for WAGS in our first year of entry.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 September 2009 21:42

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Margaret River Group Settlements

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New Web Site

The Margaret River & Districts Historical Society Inc., have just launced their new web site.  There is a lot of historical information available on the the Augusta- Margaret River Shire, and of particular interest is a list of all known Group Settlers in the area, plus a map of the locations of the Group Settlements.

Last Updated on Saturday, 04 July 2009 03:28

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Lest We Forget - 2009

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Anzac Day - April 25, 2009

Poppies  They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
  Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
  At the going down of the sun and in the morning

  We will remember them.

  excerpt from "For the Fallen"(see link below)

Last Updated on Friday, 25 April 2014 10:49

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Barque Parmelia

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The Barque Parmelia arrived May 31, 1829 to establish the Swan River Colony

Passengers who arrived per the Parmelia made a major contribution to the Swan River Colony, and in turn to the development of Western Australia.

For some of these individuals we now have links to articles in the "Australian Dictionary of Biograhpy", and for others to items in "Wikipedia". 

We encourage you to view our page for the Passenget List of the Parmelia , to discover more about the contribution made by these early settlers.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 03 May 2009 09:21

East Perth Cemeteries

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An Event Report on our Afternoon Tea at East Perth Cemeteries is available on our 30th Celebrations page

Detail on the Afternoon Tea held on Sunday, 15 March, at 14:00
is available in the flyer below:
pdf  Flyer details

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 April 2009 20:41

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