"Is this Albert's record here? Alias Bernard ALLAN, married Vera PATTLE in 1919.
http://soda.naa.gov.au/record/1906207/1 (173 pages)
If not, can you post some information about your Albert? Approx birth year and place and names of…"
"James BRUCE's inquest papers include a deposition by his sister Janet, wife of Isaac HUGGINS....
'The deceased was my brother, his name was James BRUCE, his age was fifty two years, he was a ship's carpenter, he was a widower without…"
"James BRUCE is not listed among that family group on the Marchioness of Douglas.
I still don't know why you think that the James BRUCE who married Margaret MORRIS in Scotland is the same person as your James BRUCE who died in…"
I cannot find a record of James BRUCE arriving on the Marchioness of Douglas, where did you see that?
Why do you think that the James BRUCE who married Margaret MORRIS in Scotland is the same person as your James BRUCE who died in…"
"Not sure of the very first word, but might be 'Ordered', the rest is...
24 hours in cell on bread & water for setting fire to some school books & clothing in one of the closets at the Melbourne school on 10/3/73
"Photographs were not included in WW1 service records. You would have to hope that someone in the family kept a copy if the soldier had one taken. Some were published in newspapers and the AWM also has some on their website."
"Cairns wasn't an immigration port as they couldn't get into the inlet to berth and had to anchor in Trinity Bay and tender cargo and passengers to shore. I think that they probably only stopped when they did have cargo as well…"
"I have been having a bit of a sticky beak around, and if you are looking for Margaret Smith DUNCAN then she was Jane's much younger sister and born in 1892. It is unlikely she would have arrived with Jane in 1900."
This is a random example of a WW2 service record which has been digitised to give you an idea of what they look like. This one is 21 pages and looks to be about average for those I have seen.
From page 3 onward, have a look in the second last column of the service record for the locations.
If you read this description of the movements of the 2/101 General Transport Company you will see…"
Hello. My name is Reli and i am helping my friend. His father has been living for 20 years in Australia from 1938 until to 1958. His father was called Ilia Ilia (Elias) ll and has worked in a tabacco factory in Brisbane and maybe he has performed military. I would like to know if his father might be an Australian citizen.
All the goods, Reli
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