Mapping the connections
WHEN: 21 September, 9-11.30am
WHERE: GSQ, 25 Stackpole St, Wishart
Search the earliest records from parishes
WHEN: 25 September, 10-11am
WHERE: Your place
In this hands on workshop you will look at wills and other common types of documents .
David will guide you through to a final explanation of the text.
You will review the transcription or translation of English and Latin documents so that you gain first hand experience.
WHERE: GSQ, 25 Stackpole St, WISHART
Family history and QLD surveyors: Mapping connections - 21 September, 9-11:30 am
Over a period of 30 years, Bill Kitson has researched the stories behind 700 plus QLD surveyors. Listen to their stories, the research trails Bill followed and the artefacts they left behind. One of these men may be related to you!
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