Category Archives: Genealogy websites

Tracking Vistors to your WorldConnect Family Tree


I am interested in the demographics of who is visiting my family tree on Rootsweb WorldConnect. What country, city are visitors from? What pages are looked at most often? After a few unsuccessful attempts, I have now managed to set … Continue reading

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Auckland Weekly News


I have just discovered an online database at Auckland Library that has thousands of historical images from New Zealand – Heritage Images Online. The images are sourced from the Auckland Weekly News photographic supplements published between 1898 and 1943. Photos … Continue reading

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New Zealand Birth, Death & Marriage Dates


I have just discovered that historical birth, death & marriage records for New Zealand can be searched to find the date an event.  Historical data available for searching includes: Births that occurred at least 100 years ago Stillbirths that occurred … Continue reading

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RootsWeb WorldConnect Style


Until today my family tree on Rootsweb WorldConnect had been very plain, black text on a white background. It did not match the color scheme on my genealogy website. That changed when I found Patricia Geary‘s website and ebook Planning … Continue reading

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Anne Bromell Collection – NZ Records


I just discovered that ancestry.com has New Zealand records available for searching – The Anne Bromell Collection. Below are some that I will be using to add additional information to my family tree. I have started with the Electoral Rolls … Continue reading

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MyHeritage.com – Wallace Web Site


Outline of how the Wallace Web Site on MyHeritage.com helped build another branch of the Wallace family tree – Bruce Wallace (1920-1990). Continue reading

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