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Below is a list of sites that will direct you to a host of other useful links, some are direct links to pages I have found useful, interesting or just plain fun, and some are email links to enable you to contact people for further information. is so much more than a repository of historical records. As a member you'll have access to various tools which are designed to work with your knowledge to create a rich, layered family history.
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Australian Family History Compendium
The "Australian Family History Compendium" is an Internet resource for people researching their family trees. It contains information on a wide variety of categories relating to all aspects of genealogy, with a strong Australian emphasis.
Bob O'Hara PRO (London) Researcher
Bob O’Hara is dependable
, efficient, and an expert researcher into the various records held at the Public Record Office, Ruskin Avenue, Kew, London.  Take a look at his site to see just what services he offers.
Certificate Searches & Service (UK)
Peter Smith provides a great service and will search for, or request certificates for you.  A great benefit to Australian researchers is that he can be paid in Australian dollars to an agent in Sydney.  Drop him an email and he will reply setting out his services and costs.
Certificate Searches & Service (Aust)
Marbig Services offers a quick and reliable copying service early NSW Certificates.  Check out the site for the range of services.
Convicts to Australia
Most family historians in Australia regard a convict in their ancestry as enormously desirable. "Convicts to Australia" is intended to guide, inform and entertain those just starting the hunt, as well as provide useful information for the more experienced researcher. The site is a 'work in progress' and data is being added regularly.
Cyndi's List
A categorized, cross-referenced index, "Cyndi's List" is an easy to use portal to an extensive collection of genealogical resources which are available on the Internet. 
There are heaps of free E-card sites, but this is my favourite.  A great way to keep in touch on those special occasions.
The Home Page of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints Family History section.  This site had several options and can be a great source of information.
FreeBMD is an ongoing project, the aim of which is to transcribe the Civil Registration index of births, marriages and deaths for England and Wales, and to provide free Internet access to the transcribed records. It is a part of the FreeUKGEN family, which also includes FreeCEN (Census data) and FreeREG (Parish Registers).
This project aims to provide a 'free-to-view' online searchable database of the 19th century UK census returns.  Many volunteers worldwide are working on the transcriptions and I am proud to be one of those volunteers.
FreeCen Search Engine is now fully operational.
General Register Office for Scotland
The General Register Office for Scotland is responsible for the registration of births, marriages, deaths, divorces and adoptions in Scotland, and for carrying out periodic censuses of Scotland's population.  Loads of links to some interesting sites.
A great place to look for people researching the same Surnames as you.
The aim of Genuki is to serve as a 'virtual reference library' of genealogical information that is of particular relevance to the UK & Ireland.  Maintained by volunteers,  it is a non commercial service provided in cooperation with the Federation of Family History Societies.  Information provided by Genuki relates mainly to primary historical material, but there are links to sites which contain materials and data resulting from genealogists ongoing research.
Google's mission is to deliver the best search experience on the Internet by making the world's information universally accessible and useful.  This is my favourite search engine. 
Grace Lutheran College Queensland Australia
This is where I work. 
Nothing to do with Family History, but if you like puzzles, take a look.  It is a lot of fun.
PRO London
The Public Record Office is the national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom.  A great information resource, where catalogues (descriptions) are available online.  Also links to the 1901 Census.
The primary purpose and function of is to connect people so that they can help each other and share genealogical research. Most resources on are designed to facilitate such connections, so take a look and see what you can find.
The Internet Surname Database
Containing approximately 50000 names, this site contains a large free to access database on the history and meaning of family last names.