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About the Eastern Australian Group

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scan0001  The Eastern Australian Special Interest Group helps members and visitors research their interests in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Meetings are held regularly.

 Members are encouraged to share their successes and problems.  Group members, at each meeting, are alerted to the latest information on books, magazines, CD's, DVD's and websites etc.

                       Visitors and new members are always welcome.                                                                                                                                                                                                 The group holds over 3000 Victorian BMD certificates.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 October 2017 10:48

Contacts & Next Meeting - Eastern Australian Group.

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Eastern Australian SIG Contacts: 

Convenor:       Ernie Fowler

Email:            SIGS Contacts - Convenor - Eastern Australian SIG

Meetings 

Meetings are usually held quarterly in February, May, August and November, with an extra day for a workshop in April. All meetings will be held at unit 4 / 48 May Street, Bayswater, on designated Saturdays.  Bring along your questions and research successes. Members are always on hand to help newcomers.

Calendar of Meetings - Have a look at:

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WAGS Event Calendar 

 

 

All meetings will be held in Unit 4 and commence at 10.00am.

Anyone interested in researching ancestors from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania are invited to join us and share sources. Find how and why, ancestors moved around between the different states of Australia. 

 The meeting dates for this Special Interest Group for the year 2017/2018 are as follows:-                                                       

 

                                                             

 

                                                               Saturday 18th November 2017

                                                               Saturday 17th February 2018

                                                               Saturday 19th May 2018

                                                               Saturday 18th August 2018

                                                               Saturday 18th November 2018   

 

 

  

               

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 October 2017 10:45

Helpful Hints - Eastern Australian

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WAGS Eastern Australian Interest Group Forum

If you would like to get an answer to a burning question on any topic of interest on Queensland, New South Wales, Victorian or Tasmanian Research, post your question on the WAGS Eastern Australian SIG Forum.  One of our members will answer as soon as possible.

WAGS Members are already registered and just need to log in to post a message. Members of the public are also welcome, but need to register before being able to post, read the Forum FAQ's  to find out how.


WAGS Library Catalogue - Available on all computers at WAGS Library, and now online for members.

The library exchanges journals and magazines with lots of Eastern Australian genealogical groups and related societies.

Projects  - Endeavouring to help all in their Eastern Australian research. Furthering the interests in Eastern Australian genealogy.


Last Updated on Sunday, 08 October 2017 10:49

Resources for Eastern Australian Research

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New Resources

 

To help in gaining some knowledge of what is available at WAGS, we have compiled a table of items covering Victorian Cemeteries, please click the link below to view the pdf file:

pdfVictorian Cemeteries - Records available in the WAGS Library365.36 KB

There has been compiled the following list of resources which will be of use for Australian military research 

Military_Records_Feb_2015.pdf

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 October 2017 10:47

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