The OZ Burials website has thousands of burial records for the following places in South Australia, all for free. Alberton Aldinga Aldinga Anglican Alma South Andamooka Angaston Angle Grove Arno Bay Bakara Balaklava Bald Hills Barabba Barmera Beachport Beaufort Bethany – General Pioneer Private Birdwood – General St Matthews RC Black Hill – Old Black Read more
The Honour Roll commemorates those members of the New South Wales Police Force who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the execution of their duty.
The Police Gazette of Western Australia 1876-1900 gives you access to lots of information on police and criminals. Information can be found under various headings: apprehensions (name of person arrested, arresting constable, charge and sentence); police appointments, dismissals, discharges, promotions, resignations and transfers; tickets of leave, certificates of freedom, and conditional pardons issued to convicts Read more
The University of Tasmania has Glamorgan (Tasmania) Electoral Rolls for you to download in PDF format for the years 1863-1871. Visit Website Read more
These records include an index with images of census returns from 1891 for New South Wales. To protect individual privacy, all national censuses were destroyed after statistical information was collected. The New South Wales 1891 census was one of the few census records that survived the destruction. Visit Website Read more
The first time that such a variety of Tasmanian records are available online, all from the same search, including Tasmanian Birth, Death and Marriage records. The Tasmanian Names Index Includes: Arrivals (19th Century). Passengers and ships arriving, mainly in Hobart. Contains surnames A-K, L-Z to be added. Births (1803-1933). People born in Tasmania including some Read more