How does one search these records. I know that my grandparents were naturalised in 1945-1946.
I am trying to find when Arthur died ( and any issue).
He mother was Lydia Turner of Beechworth Vic. (not Beechwood NSW!)
He was born in Wooragee in 1891.
His father died in a mine accident in 1899 at Wooragee.
Amelia Mansfield married Arthur Raymond TURNER on 19 Oct 1929 in Adelaide South Australia.
(Assume this is my Arthur)
Amelia may have died in 1994.Somerton, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
He was known as "Tot" Turner according to…Continue
A few years ago I commenced a search for records of my Italian forebears when I attended the “Exiles and Immigrants” exhibition in Melbourne.
My grandfather’s name was Matteo Lombardi and I think he came to Australia on the Re D’Italia in 1926 or earlier. During WW2 he was interned in Victoria. I’m sure he was naturalised and this may have been in 1946-1947
I found three records that seemed to match his age – he died in 1962 reportedly aged 77…Continue
I am trying to trace someone who emigrated to Australia in 1971. We believe that she may have married someone who accompanied her from the UK but don't have his name. We have found her record of landing in Australia but is there any way of a non Australian citizen trying to trace a person i.e. marriage, naturlisation etc. without actually visiting Australia.
Just wanted to advise that while doing some family history research I have come across a file which actually has the service records for two family members both by the name of William Britten - they are an uncle and his nephew. William Britten's (snr) service number is 2580 3773 (49th Battalion) and his next of kin was his father, Richard Britten. William snr was 42 years 8 mths and a widower when he enlisted and his nephew was only 23 years of age.
Is there somewhere on your site…Continue
Is there a place that recorded those who served in the early Police service. And if so how do I find it.
My great uncle enlisted in C Company 4th Battalion in Nov 1915 and was discharged Feb. 1916, Noted on his records is "Services no longer required". As this was at the height of WW! in France can you suggest a reason for him not being wanted. There are no medical notes to suggest he was unfit. Thanks
I would like to find information re; Pte Farmer. W 37th Bn.A.I.F. (deceased). 1917. Can anyone help - please?
Archive Reords are not very clear at this time. Any clues would be gratefully received. Thank you. JS
Where can I find a copy of the citation for the winning of a Military Medal in July 1917. I have the record in the London Gazette , but want the citation that says what the soldier did to win the medal
Several years ago I found a record of the Parnell family arriving in Sydney in 1927 or 1926 on the "Borda". However I can no longer find this record and would like to find it again to verify the children that came with grandfather Frederick James Parnell. Can you suggest where to look?
Can anyone tell me if the 6 div. 2/1 Bat. were stationed in Australia or New Guinea in 1942-1943. Very important to find out if my father was around 9 months prior to me!
May I enlist the help of experienced Researches who are far more adept at finding information than I am.
I am looking for my Great Uncle's family who were from Bombay in India, I understand that the family emigrated to Australia probably in the late 1950's.
I last saw my Uncle, Aunt and cousins when they arrived in Liverpool aboard the ship 'Circassia' which sailed from Bombay to Liverpool on 19th March 1958.
My Uncle and his family intended to stay and live in Newport,…Continue
I am trying to find any information on my family, they travelled according to my elderly relative on teh HMS Fairsky in 1960 to Brisbane and half the family left back to Uk on the HMS Fairsea in 1961 but their father stayed on another year.
First of all would the HMS FAirsky be the right name, I cant find any information about this boat travelling to Australia in the 1960,s?
How can I get a record of the passenger list for thse ships for the two years 1960 and 1961?
Thank you Debra for your input. I have most of the family history after 1852 but would like to know what Mary did for two years after landing in Sydney and before marrying David Follington. eg: Who did she work for and where. I am hoping also to get some clue to her parents deaths in Ireland as well.
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I am trying to find my grandfather's naval records, and I seem to be going around in big circles. Hopefully someone out there can lead me in the right direction.
My grandfathers name was Herbert James Barker Born 4 August 1894 Died 28 Sept 1969.
Family have told me that he was on HMAS Sydney when it sunk the Emden in the Cocos Islands on 9th November 1914.
I have managed to find out off his war gratuity application that he was on HMAS Protector…Continue
MARY ELIZABETH WALSH arrived in Sydney on the John Knox in May 1850. I am searching for her from her arrival date until she married in 1852. Please contact email@example.com
My family came out to australia in november of 1969, we flew in from sweden where we were living but originally we were from croatia, there was my mother and father and 7 children. all i know is that we were at bonegilla for a time but i dont have any recollection of that, my parents have both past away and i have been to visit bonegilla where we started out, they suggested this site. i would like to get more information about dates and just information in general, when i did the name search…Continue
i am trying to trace my uncles son his name is Reginald Gordon Loe and his mothers name was Bessie and his wifes name is Glennis, they lived in Cohuna Victoria and the last thing i have is of them on the Electorial roll 1982 and they lived at 19 William Street Cohuna.
i have researched the Loe family tree and would like to know when my uncle died and also where my cousin is.
my mother was Mabel Ida Loe and their parents were George Loe and Lillian Caroline (Newland) they was a…Continue