Preserve the past - your family matters
Welcome to AusGenealogy
where your family history journey begins. We can help you discover your ancestry and build a rich picture of your family's past. For those who have already begun the quest - we'll help you with those difficult brick walls.
Preserve your past
Let us capture your story
Discover your family history
We believe you should celebrate the lives of your ancestors. With years of experience, we can help you to start your research and give you inspiration for your journey. Or maybe we'll just point you in the right direction.
Just like you, we started our family tree with just a few details of two or three generations. Over the years we've learned how to use the information we have to start building a picture of our ancestors. We've built a network of contacts both in Australia, England and Ireland to allow us to source the information we require. You can now benefit from our years of experience.
Birth, Marriage & Death Records
We have access to both online data and hard copy records that provide the foundation data for your family tree.
England & Wales Census Data
The various census records from 1841 - 1911 provide valuable information about where your ancestors lived, their occupation and the structure of the family. The 1939 Register (for England and Wales) provides vital information justprior to WWII. And it won't be long now until the 1921 England and Wales Census data is released.
US and Canadian Records
Census data, immigration records, naturalisation information - all clues to the jigsaw of your ancestor's story.
Online Message Boards and Mailing Lists
We use the power of the online network of genealogists worldwide to help in our research.
Family History Societies
We source material from a number of societies both here in Australia, in England and in Ireland.
We've spent the last 15 years documenting stories for many families. Each discovery is unique, every story is different. Capture your story - for future generations to share. Places, towns, churches, cemeteries, newspapers of the day - all hold vital clues to the lives of your forebears.
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