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Waverley and South Head General Cemetery Transcriptions (Private Use)

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: Society of Australian Genealogists
Year: 2005
ISBN: 9780949531292
Publisher: Society of Australian Genealogists

Waverley and South Head Cemeteries are located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, and are the most significant burial sites in that area. South Head General Cemetery opened in 1869 and Waverley in 1877. Both are still in use and over 56,000 headstone transcriptions, compiled by SAG volunteers up to 2002 are included on the CD.

This new CD allows the user to search not only by last name (including phonetic and wild cards), but by first name, year of burial and inscription. Each record shows the complete transcription, as well as denomination, section, row and plot number - and a map for easy reference. Nearby graves are also listed.

This price does NOT include a licence for commercial, or public library use (a
library or commercial licence is also available). However, family history and other 'not for profit' societies may order at THIS price.

Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0 SP3, 2000, XP, Vista or Win 7
Intel-compatible 486 or Pentium processor
33Mhz or higher; 32MB RAM
50MB hard disk space

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