A complete index of names has been added to the site as of July 2011. Each name is linked to its source publication or publications.
Nola Mackey is a speaker at Unlock the Past Expo at Coffs Harbour, northern NSW, on 3-4 June.
She is speaking on “Using Regional Newspapers for Local and Family History Research”.
Nola believes that newspapers are one of the most valuable, but underutilized sources for local and
family history. This presentation leads researchers, not only through the basics of using newspapers
to fill gaps and find great clues for further research, but also hints at how advanced newspaper
research can uncover family secrets and scandals, and can even lead to solving long standing family
Heritage Path will also be an exhibitor at the Expo and will be making available a range of
publications to help local and family history researchers. Fantastic savings of up to 50% will be
offered on all publications. An added bonus will be a voucher with all table sales, for discounts on
all Heritage Path e-books purchased through this website before 20 June 2011.
A great opportunity to grow your 'family tree'.
More information at http://www.unlockthepast.com.au/events/nsw-expo-coffs-harbour/
Nola Mackey is the tutor of the Internet Genealogy Course, at the Grafton Community College, Bent Street, South Grafton on 15th -16th June 2013.
This is an intensive week-end course from 9 am-4 pm each day, and is structured to assist each student to understand how to research their Family History on the internet. How to use Google, various subscription sites, government websites, library and archive on-line databases and catalogues, as well as many useful tips and hints to help you progress with your research.
Are you interested in tracing your Family History ?
Have you already made a start but find you are far away from the major repositories in the cities ?
Would you like to find out more about this great past-time by attending Family History Classes ?
Heritage Path is passionate about helping you with your family tree research and provide a range of fee based services from the short query to the extensive research project. For those who wish to carry out their own research Heritage Path has an extensive library and archives.
All prices are in AUD.
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