Ancestry.com.au has launched the Birmingham Pub Blacklist, detailing the drunkards whose loutish behaviour saw them barred from the city’s pubs and clubs at the turn of the last century. This information was compiled by the Watch Committee of the City of Birmingham, which was set up by the police to enforce the Licensing Act of Read More
Earlier this week, Ancestry.com.au published online a fantastically rich collection of Irish records titled the Ireland, Famine Relief Commission Papers, 1845-1847. These 7,000 original letters were written by Irish citizens who were requesting help during the Great Famine in the mid 19th century. These harrowing accounts of life during the Famine provide a stark reminder Read More
The Member Directory lets you search public profiles of other members on Ancestry.com.au.
Can I specify where I want to save an image? Can I save an image to my computer if I don’t use genealogy software? Can I save an image to my computer after I saved a link to it in my Shoebox? You can save an image to your family tree, your computer, your Shoebox, or Read More