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How to trace your family tree (and not get stuck on a branch)

by Janet Reakes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0868066273, Paperback)

Millions of us have ancestors who came to Australia from overseas, whether as convicts, gold seekers, early free settlers or as post-war immigrants. Tracing those ancestors, sometimes many years later can be a daunting task for the beginner. Perhaps you're one of those people who wants to 'find their roots' but you don't know where to begin.

In How To Trace Your Family Tree (and not get stuck on a branch) Janet Reakes has included sample birth, death and marriage certificates and sample pedigree charts, family record sheets and other 'blueprints' to make laying out the family history an easy, methodical task, with an attractive result.

If you've spent time researching family letters, photographs and interviewing elderly and distant relatives, you'll know that the genealogy bug is contagious! Let Janet Reakes make the task rewarding as well as compelling.

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