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What do you do with all the paper and other records that you have accumulated through years of family history research? This course takes you through some of the ways you can organise the myriad of information sources.
03 June at GSQ: 9am-11.30am
Have you always wanted to find out more about your ancestors but didn't know where to start? This course will help you begin your family history journey, showing you where and how to find out more about your particular black sheep, whether settler or felon.
June 25 at GSQ: 9am-12.30pm
How do you establish that you have the correct ancestor? How do you document your evidence? This seminar will discuss the issues around proof and evidence and provide guidance on citation.
The image gallery has opened!
The GSQ Gallery has now been launched on the GSQ Blog and GSQ invites all of its members to contribute any photos you have which are focused on Queensland and its past - its people, places, buildings, home interiors, cars, farm vehicles and any other images you think may be of interest. You may even find images relating to your family or you could help identify one of the 'unknowns'.
Updating your details
Many thanks to the almost 50% of members who have logged into the new site and updated their details. GSQ strongly urges those of you who haven't yet done this to do so as soon as possible. It is important that GSQ is able to make contact with you either by email or phone and many members have not updated these details for some time.
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MyGSQ is a dedicated site containing unique records and is only available to GSQ members. Log into MyGSQ through the GSQ Login/Logout and you can search the unique record collections such as the index to pedigree charts and funeral director's records. You can also view other members' interest areas.
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The GSQ Resource Centre provides members and visitors with access to a number of computer-based paid sites such as Ancestry and Find My Past. The Centre also holds published reference material and special collections covering Australia and other countries.
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