If you are researching Australian ancestors, whether you have started or not, this is a great time to take advantage of MyHeritage and FREE access to Australian Records for the week starting today (15 August 2014) and ending on 22 August 2014.
Do you have Australian ancestry? Would you like to learn more about the lives of your ancestors and uncover your family history?
In honor of Australian National Family History Month, we invite you to discover your Australian heritage with FREE access to many of our Australian record collections from August 15-22, 2014.
Historical records are a great way to learn more information about the lives of your ancestors and add details to your family tree. Discover your Australian roots by searching through birth, marriage and death certificates, electoral rolls, school records and more.
Want more tips to help in your family history research? Register now for our FREE webinar on Monday, August 18, 2014 on "Golden Genealogy Rules: Tips to uncover your family heritage." We’ll cover interviewing family relatives, building a family tree, record searching and more, in addition to the opportunity to ask questions of our presenter, Australian geneablogger and genealogist Shauna Hicks.
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