and more lists
and New Zealand
early newspapers printed lists of names in many and varied categories.
The lists presented here are original transcriptions, including
Deserters, Ratepayers, Ships Passengers, WW1 casualties and
The lists on this site are from Genies happy to transcribe
lists they come across and make names available free online.
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sites you may find interesting
Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters
Shipping Inwards to Sydney
intra State and worldwide
and Lucy home on the web
Mainly Australian study but with 100s of other Irish names
Online historic cemeteries Project
in Canterbury City, New South Wales, Australia
St. Saviour's, Punchbowl, NSW and Moorefields, Kingsgrove, NSW.
World War 1 Honour Rolls & War Memorials
City, New South Wales
Soldier-Teacher War Memorials
prepared for the Department of Education and Training,
New South Wales, Australia.
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for us all to benefit, and from Mary-Anne Warner.