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Introduction to Family History Research

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 62 pages
Author: G. Jaunay
Year: 2001
Other Data: glossary
ISBN: 0958106983

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This booklet is arranged in three parts. The first is designed to address the need for a family history researcher to be organised and covers subjects such as using appropriate instruments to support the compilation of records, preserving photographs and documents. The second section addresses the access of South Australian repositories. The final part addresses some of the issues family history researchers commonly encounter.

Written specifically as course notes for lectures that Graham Jaunay (a South Australian professional genealogist) gives. While not going into everything in depth, this book does give a good overview of the basics of family history research.

Gathering your thoughts
- First principles
- Pedigree charts
- Family group sheets
Organising your records
- Storing your records
- Preserving your records
Using a computer
- Selecting the right hardware
- Selecting the right software
Making links
Basic research techniques
Five steps to researching your family history
Using repositories and resources
- A reference question verses a research question
- Online genealogical research
- Birth, Death and Marriage Registries
- Government archives records
- Non-goverment archived records
- Church records
- Electoral Offices
- Wills and probate
- Land ownership records
- Other useful repositories for family history research
Other useful sources
- Genealogical societies
- International Genealogical Index (IGI)
A South Australia Family History Directory
- Adoptions
- Biographical and genealogical dictionaries
- Cemeteries
- Censuses and census substitutes
- Change of name
- Convicts
- Directories and almanacs
- Divorce
- Electoral rolls
- Hospitals and asylums
- Inquests - Insolvency and bankruptcy
- Land records
- Local government records
- Manuscripts, letters and diaries
- Maps, gazetteers and place-names
- Naturalisation
- Newspapers
- Occupational records
- Orphans
- Parish registers
- Passenger arrivals and departures
- Photographs and pictures
- Professionals
- Published family histories and biographies
- Published local histories
- Research directories and indexes
- Schools, colleges and universities
- Shipping
- Wills, probate and letters of administration
International Genealogical Index (IGI)
Chapman Codes
The calendar
- Reading a Coat of Arms
- Handwriting
What's in a surname?
The internet at a resource
Appendix 1. Australian addresses
Appendix 2. Addresses and internet links for South Australians
Appendix 3. Useful internet addresses beyond South Australia

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