Willkommen in Australien! Researching German-Australian families - free webinar by Benjamin Hollister now online for limited time
September 01, 2020
The recording of today's webinar by Benjamin Hollister, "Willkommen in Australien! Researching German-Australian families" is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time.
With German speakers being the largest non-British group of migrants to Australia in the nineteenth century, many Australians find a German line that needs researching. Issues such as name changes, language barriers and identifying place of origin, however, hold some researchers back, but more often than not records exist online to help break through. Identifying the records that will help reveal correct forms of names, and places of origins, and analysing the credibility of the various sources and variations is critical. An introduction to a range of sources and source types to help researchers trace their German-Australian families both in Australia and overseas.
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