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Jenny Joyce talks about genealogy resources for Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom and Ireland

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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast March 2017 This edition of the Jennyalogy Podcast focuses on the recent RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City. CeCe Moore's blog can be accessed here. Videos of some of the RootsTech sessions are available here.

21 MIN2017 MAR 28
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Jennyalogy Podcast, September 2016 All about the recent conference at Camden and the new Irish resources online

27 MIN2016 SEP 21
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Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes November 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book is Pitfalls and Possibilities in Family History Researchby Pauline M. Litton. Website of the Month This month's web site is FamilySearch http://familysearch.org/ Flip-pal StoryScans Find more about Talking Photos from Flip-pal here. The web site also includes a little video about how to use this feature. Victorian BDMs now free to search online Search for births, deaths and marriages in Victoria, Australia, here. Once you find an entry of interest you can download a non-certified copy for AUD$24. Feel free to contact me at jennyjresearch@gmail.com

31 MIN2015 DEC 1
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Jennyalogy Podcast Oct 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes October2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isThe Family Historian's Pocket Dictionarycompiled by Stuart A. Raymond. Kent Archaeological Society - Research section The research section on the Kent Archaeological Society's website contains a wealth of valuable information for those interested in Kent research. The information varies from Monumental Inscriptions, to Wills and past editions of their journal, Archaeologica Cantiana.It can be accessed athttp://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/research.htm 1939 Register The 1939 Register can be accessed athttp://www.findmypast.co.uk/1939registerfrom 2 Nov. Further information about the register can be found here. The video below gives some further information. Early Irish Death Index The free surname search of the Early Irish Death Index can be searched here. Clare County Library Access to their parish information, which includes parish register transcriptions, is available from here. Forces W...

23 MIN2015 OCT 31
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Jennyalogy Podcast Oct 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes September 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isTracing Your Irish Ancestorsby John Grenham. Hawkesbury on the Net The website Hawkesbury on the netcontains all sorts of gems about the Hawkesbury region of NSW. It can be accessed athttp://www.hawkesbury.net.au/ If you have any questions or comments you can contact me at jennyjresearch@gmail.com.

25 MIN2015 OCT 1
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Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes August 2015 Firstly, let me apologize for not getting a podcast out last month, but I hope this month's special edition makes up for it. The only new resource I am talking about is the Roman Catholic parish registers for Ireland, which have been put online for free by the National Library of Ireland athttp://registers.nli.ie/. As these registers contain a little Latin, you might find thislinkhelps with the sorts of words you might find if you are not used to looking at Latin. In this issue I talk about the recentUnlock the Past Baltic Cruiseand if it wets your appetite for genealogy cruising, you can find details about the future cruiseshere. One of the speakers I mention, Janet Few, has written a book covering the lifestyles of our 17th century ancestors, full of information she no doubt learnt from Master Christopher and Mistress Agnes. Janet has two websiteshttps://thehistoryinterpreter.wordpress.com/and https://swordsandspindles.wordpress.com/ Durin...

39 MIN2015 AUG 30
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Jennyalogy Podcast June 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes June 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isLog of Logs : a catalogue of logs, journals, shipboard diaries, letters, and all forms of voyage narratives, 1788 to 1988, for Australia and New Zealand, and surrounding oceansby Ian Nicholson. Available online athttp://zenodo.org/record/6901#.VYy-rPmqpBc NAI Genealogy Web site The National Archives of Ireland’s genealogy web site can be found athttp://www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie/. The main National Archives of Ireland web site ishttp://www.nationalarchives.ie/ New Releases As well as new releases on the subscription sites Ancestry.com and findmypast, there are also the following new releases: Videos of PRONI talkswww.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/proni-on-youtube/your_family_tree_lecture_series.htm. Durham Records Online.http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/ Goad Fire Insurance maps.http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlineex/firemaps/fireinsurancemaps.html Anzac Repatriation records pr...

26 MIN2015 JUN 26
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Jennyalogy Podcast June 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast

(Click the play button to start podcast. Note it may take a few seconds to start) Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes May 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isThe Phillimore Atlas & Index of Parish Registersby Cecil R. Humphrey-Smith Cemetery web sites Here are the two featured web sites onAustralianCemeteries Australian Cemeteries Indexhttp://austcemindex.com Australian Cemeterieshttp://www.australiancemeteries.com New Releases As well as new releases on the subscription sites Ancestry.com, findmypast, andTheGenealogist and the free website FamilySearch, there are also the following new releases: Essex Ancestors.http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/EssexAncestors.aspx Durham Records Online.http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/ Clare County Library genealogy section.http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/genealog.htm Rootsireland. http://rootsireland.ie/ South Australian land records.https://www.sailis.sa.gov.au/home/auth/login Tutorial for South Australian land records.htt...

22 MIN2015 MAY 31
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Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes April 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book is Words from Wills and other probate records, by Stuart A Raymond Anzac Web Sites Here are the web sites that I recommend you use to search for an Australian or New Zealand soldier from World War I National Archives of Australia – contains the digitised service records of all members of the Australian Armed Forces in World War I. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/NameSearch/Interface/NameSearchForm.aspx The Australian War Memorial – look under both People and War History from the top menus. https://www.awm.gov.au/ Archives of New Zealand – the main catalogue includes WWI service records and wills left by soldiers. http://www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ Archives of New Zealand also have a page dedicated to WWI. http://archives.govt.nz/world-war-one The Auckland War Memorial Museum's Online Cenotaph. http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph Digital New Zealand – thousands of images ...

20 MIN2015 APR 30
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Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes March 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isHow to get the most from Family Picturesby Jayne Shrimpton. It is available from many online bookshops. Featured Website This month we are looking at theDusty Docswebsite, located atwww.dustydocs.com. This website contains links to free online transcriptions of parish registers (and other material) for parishes all over the British Isles. Genetic Map of the British Isles A report was published inNaturethis month with the results of a project to produce a genetic map of the UK. Genetic Map of the UK Image courtesy ofNature The results are interesting, showing there is no unique Celtic identity, and that the people of Cornwall and Dorset are genetically distinct from the others of Great Britain, and also distinct from each other. Full results are availablehere, or alternatively there are some press articleshereandhere. Biographical Database of Australia Over 400,000 new records have been added to t...

24 MIN2015 APR 2
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Latest Episodes

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast March 2017 This edition of the Jennyalogy Podcast focuses on the recent RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City. CeCe Moore's blog can be accessed here. Videos of some of the RootsTech sessions are available here.

21 MIN2017 MAR 28
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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast, September 2016 All about the recent conference at Camden and the new Irish resources online

27 MIN2016 SEP 21
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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes November 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book is Pitfalls and Possibilities in Family History Researchby Pauline M. Litton. Website of the Month This month's web site is FamilySearch http://familysearch.org/ Flip-pal StoryScans Find more about Talking Photos from Flip-pal here. The web site also includes a little video about how to use this feature. Victorian BDMs now free to search online Search for births, deaths and marriages in Victoria, Australia, here. Once you find an entry of interest you can download a non-certified copy for AUD$24. Feel free to contact me at jennyjresearch@gmail.com

31 MIN2015 DEC 1
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Jennyalogy Podcast Oct 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes October2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isThe Family Historian's Pocket Dictionarycompiled by Stuart A. Raymond. Kent Archaeological Society - Research section The research section on the Kent Archaeological Society's website contains a wealth of valuable information for those interested in Kent research. The information varies from Monumental Inscriptions, to Wills and past editions of their journal, Archaeologica Cantiana.It can be accessed athttp://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/research.htm 1939 Register The 1939 Register can be accessed athttp://www.findmypast.co.uk/1939registerfrom 2 Nov. Further information about the register can be found here. The video below gives some further information. Early Irish Death Index The free surname search of the Early Irish Death Index can be searched here. Clare County Library Access to their parish information, which includes parish register transcriptions, is available from here. Forces W...

23 MIN2015 OCT 31
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Jennyalogy Podcast Oct 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes September 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isTracing Your Irish Ancestorsby John Grenham. Hawkesbury on the Net The website Hawkesbury on the netcontains all sorts of gems about the Hawkesbury region of NSW. It can be accessed athttp://www.hawkesbury.net.au/ If you have any questions or comments you can contact me at jennyjresearch@gmail.com.

25 MIN2015 OCT 1
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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes August 2015 Firstly, let me apologize for not getting a podcast out last month, but I hope this month's special edition makes up for it. The only new resource I am talking about is the Roman Catholic parish registers for Ireland, which have been put online for free by the National Library of Ireland athttp://registers.nli.ie/. As these registers contain a little Latin, you might find thislinkhelps with the sorts of words you might find if you are not used to looking at Latin. In this issue I talk about the recentUnlock the Past Baltic Cruiseand if it wets your appetite for genealogy cruising, you can find details about the future cruiseshere. One of the speakers I mention, Janet Few, has written a book covering the lifestyles of our 17th century ancestors, full of information she no doubt learnt from Master Christopher and Mistress Agnes. Janet has two websiteshttps://thehistoryinterpreter.wordpress.com/and https://swordsandspindles.wordpress.com/ Durin...

39 MIN2015 AUG 30
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Jennyalogy Podcast June 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes June 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isLog of Logs : a catalogue of logs, journals, shipboard diaries, letters, and all forms of voyage narratives, 1788 to 1988, for Australia and New Zealand, and surrounding oceansby Ian Nicholson. Available online athttp://zenodo.org/record/6901#.VYy-rPmqpBc NAI Genealogy Web site The National Archives of Ireland’s genealogy web site can be found athttp://www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie/. The main National Archives of Ireland web site ishttp://www.nationalarchives.ie/ New Releases As well as new releases on the subscription sites Ancestry.com and findmypast, there are also the following new releases: Videos of PRONI talkswww.proni.gov.uk/index/search_the_archives/proni-on-youtube/your_family_tree_lecture_series.htm. Durham Records Online.http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/ Goad Fire Insurance maps.http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlineex/firemaps/fireinsurancemaps.html Anzac Repatriation records pr...

26 MIN2015 JUN 26
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Jennyalogy Podcast June 2015

Jennyalogy Podcast

(Click the play button to start podcast. Note it may take a few seconds to start) Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes May 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isThe Phillimore Atlas & Index of Parish Registersby Cecil R. Humphrey-Smith Cemetery web sites Here are the two featured web sites onAustralianCemeteries Australian Cemeteries Indexhttp://austcemindex.com Australian Cemeterieshttp://www.australiancemeteries.com New Releases As well as new releases on the subscription sites Ancestry.com, findmypast, andTheGenealogist and the free website FamilySearch, there are also the following new releases: Essex Ancestors.http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/EssexAncestors.aspx Durham Records Online.http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com/ Clare County Library genealogy section.http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/genealog.htm Rootsireland. http://rootsireland.ie/ South Australian land records.https://www.sailis.sa.gov.au/home/auth/login Tutorial for South Australian land records.htt...

22 MIN2015 MAY 31
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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes April 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book is Words from Wills and other probate records, by Stuart A Raymond Anzac Web Sites Here are the web sites that I recommend you use to search for an Australian or New Zealand soldier from World War I National Archives of Australia – contains the digitised service records of all members of the Australian Armed Forces in World War I. http://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/NameSearch/Interface/NameSearchForm.aspx The Australian War Memorial – look under both People and War History from the top menus. https://www.awm.gov.au/ Archives of New Zealand – the main catalogue includes WWI service records and wills left by soldiers. http://www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ Archives of New Zealand also have a page dedicated to WWI. http://archives.govt.nz/world-war-one The Auckland War Memorial Museum's Online Cenotaph. http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph Digital New Zealand – thousands of images ...

20 MIN2015 APR 30
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Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast

Jennyalogy Podcast Show Notes March 2015 Book of the Month This month's featured book isHow to get the most from Family Picturesby Jayne Shrimpton. It is available from many online bookshops. Featured Website This month we are looking at theDusty Docswebsite, located atwww.dustydocs.com. This website contains links to free online transcriptions of parish registers (and other material) for parishes all over the British Isles. Genetic Map of the British Isles A report was published inNaturethis month with the results of a project to produce a genetic map of the UK. Genetic Map of the UK Image courtesy ofNature The results are interesting, showing there is no unique Celtic identity, and that the people of Cornwall and Dorset are genetically distinct from the others of Great Britain, and also distinct from each other. Full results are availablehere, or alternatively there are some press articleshereandhere. Biographical Database of Australia Over 400,000 new records have been added to t...

24 MIN2015 APR 2
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