The Yalgogrin Cemetery project was successfully completed and a dedication ceremony was held on the 4th of November.
We welcome you to visit "The Gog" today to see the improvements, story board and monumental wall with plaques recording the known people buried in the cemetery.
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Sometimes the WDHFG seek out volunteers to help with the ever growing demand for projects, events, indexing and copying/scanning of registers and other relevant documents. Can you contribute?
Each year, on the 3rd Saturday of March we host a workshop bringing renowned researchers and archive managers to meet, inform and answer our questions in the specialised fields.
Interested in our next event? Email us your contact details and you area of interests.
Bookings can be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR by telephone Pam Butcher 02 6972 3113 or Rhonda Williams 02 6972 3066.
We hope you enjoyed our past workshops with Lieutenant Colonel David Deasey, RFD (Rtd). Boer War Historian on the myths about Australia’s involvement in the Boer War, which ended on 31 May 1902.
Megan Gibson (writer & Do You Think You Are? freelance researcher) on How To Get More Family Tree Time - Tips for the Time Poor!
Lady Mary Treviot Essential geographical knowledge especially when researching in a country other than where you live. Wills, Administrations and probate research.
Cora Num of the website coraweb. Tracing missing ancestors and the A-Z of e-resources.