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Static Feature – October 2018
Federation of Australian Historical Societies
 LINK-  e-Bulletin … No. 183, 12th October 2018

Features recent information and notices of coming events within the history movement generally. The articles are relatively brief and usually relate to Australia, although occasional overseas articles are included.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA …
Genealogy SA
  LINK-   https://www.genealogysa.org.au/

     Genealogy SA is the leading resource for South Australian family history information – births deaths and marriages.

State Library of South Australia
  LINK–  http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm
State Records SA
  LINK-  http://www.archives.sa.gov.au/
South Australia GenWeb
  LINK-  http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~aussa/
Family History South Australia
  LINK- http://www.familyhistorysa.info/

     Discover your pioneer family in early South Australian genealogy records.

Family Tree Oz
  LINK-   http://www.familytreeoz.com

     Automobile Club of SA  Family Tree; SA Motor Vehicle Registration 1904-1927 Oz; Sands and McDougall’s SA Directory 1885; SA British Farm Apprentices 1913-1914; Also included are some New South Wales and Tasmania titles.

Graham Jaunay’s website
  LINK-   http://www.jaunay.com/

     South Australian genealogist Graham Jaunay has lots of links on his own website relating to research in South Australia.
Click on “Go to free South Australian databases”.

Trove Newspapers: South Australia
  LINK-   https://trove.nla.gov.au

     Historic newspapers, books, images, maps etc

Unlock the Past South Australian Samplers
  LINK-   http://www.unlockthepast.com.au

     This website currently contains samples from 202 historical SA publications. Police Gazettes, Government Gazettes, biographies, family histories, directories, local histories and more. This is a great way of getting an idea of what a title is like before purchasing it.


 

Cemeteries …
District Councils on the Fleurieu Peninsula that have burial records online:-
   LINK-  http://fleurieufamilyhistory.org/resources/cemeteries/
Adelaide Cemetery Authority
   LINK-   http://aca.sa.gov.au

     Enfield Memorial Park, Cheltenham Cemetery, Smithfield Memorial Park, and West Terrace Cemetery.

Australian Cemeteries: South Australia
  LINK-  http://www.australiancemeteries.com/sa/index.htm

     Australia’s largest collection of cemetery records.

Centennial Park
  LINK-  http://www.centennialpark.org.au/

     Centennial Park is one of South Australia’s largest cemeteries, established in June 1936.

Forever Remembered
  LINK-  http://www.ozgenonline.com/~forever_remembered/

     With the general deterioration and vandalism that occurs within our cemeteries, this website has been busy photographing and recording South Australian cemeteries, in the interest of preserving our history for the future.

Grave Secrets
 LINK-  http://www.gravesecrets.net/

     Faithe Jones has travelled all over South Australia photographing cemeteries for the benefit of the genealogy enthusiast. With 702 cemeteries already photographed and over 289,500 photos, this is one of the largest collections available to the public.


 

Military …

South Australian Aboriginal Soldiers of WWI
  LINK-   http://aboriginalww1veteransofsouthaustralia.blogspot.com/

This is a collection of stories of Aboriginal soldiers from South Australia who enlisted during the First World War.

Blackwood Soldiers Project
  LINK-  http://blackwoodsoldiersproject.blogspot.com/

This project aims to collecting and publish the personal stories of sailors, soldiers and nurses from Blackwood, South Australia and surrounding district (Coromandel Valley, Upper Sturt, Cherry Gardens, Eden Hills and Belair) from their service in the First World War.


 

Bound For South Australia: Passenger Lists 1836-1851
  LINK-  http://www.slsa.sa.gov.au/fh/passengerlists/intro.htm

Compiled from a variety of sources, including the South Australian newspaper The Register.

The Ships List: German Emigrants to South Australia, 1837-1860
  LINK-  http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/SAgermanindex.htm