All that is on RecordSearch for the 3 items relevant to you are the item descriptions (the equivalent of a library catalogue entry). The files the item descriptions refer to have not yet been digitised and loaded online.…"
The National Archives holds records created by the Commonwealth government, most of which date from 1901 onwards. If you want records about convicts, you need to go to the relevant State Archives:
For NSW convicts:
I searched on the Basic search screen using the service number 407990 and it pulls up 3 files which mention Colin Robert Scott:
His RAAF personnel file:
A9301, 407990, SCOTT COLIN ROBERT : Service Number -…"
Sorry for the delay in replying - I was trying to find out if anyone knew the answer. We do not hold these records. Perhaps you could try the Public Records Office Victoria?
We have some general files - not about individual migrants - on the Uranquinty Migrant Centre (you can see titles if you search on Uranquinty), but they are probably not what you are interested in. We don't have migrant…"
The following might be helpful if you have not already tried them:
PictureAustralia (www.pictureaustralia.org which is hosted by the National Library), using keywords such as Mareeba; Mareeba airfield; Mareeba aerodrome; Mareeba RAAF;…"
Concerning Wellington, names that are also place names are always a problem. An option in this particular case would be to undertake a search on the Advanced search Item screen as follows:
* Keywords: Wellington
* keywords Exclude:…"
There is not a lot the National Archives can do to help you without more information. (There are 906 with the surname 'Andrews' who served in the Australian Army in WWII.) You really need the man's given names…"
"JudithIf you go to the National Archives website homepage:1) click on RecordSearch2) choose to search as a guest3) enter Lewis James Clinch in the keywords option box and click on search (or press the Enter key)the description of his file will…"
If a search on NameSearch has proved unsuccessful, then you could check
1) The World War II roll on the Department of Veterans' Affairs website: http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/
2) The Australian War Memorial's website section on…"