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Come with us and explore the history of Williamstown, including the Williamstown cemetery.
The Narre Warren & District Family History Group and the West Gippsland Genealogical Society have combined to create an away day to Williamstown.
The morning progr [...]
Join us on a social day exploring Springvale Botanical Cemetery.
We’re going by bus from Narrre Warren and the cost is $10.
Explore the fascinating history and beauty of the cemetery with an informative and fun tour, followed by complimentary refreshments.
Further information is available from our treasurer (Jenny) at firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
Women in Service World War 1
We are very fortunate to have Jenny Baker as our guest speaker. Jenny is going to share her wealth of knowledge on the contribution Australian women made to the war effort in World War 1.
Visit her web page at Looking for the Evidence and you will be amazed, but better yet, come and meet her at our meeting!
Start with the basics plus a few hints and tips to begin your family history research. This workshop is open to members and non-members.
Cost: Members – no charge / Non members – $5.00
Brick walls – we all have them. Come and see if our Librarian (Jane Rivett-Carnac) and Research Officer (Lynne Bradley) can give you the tools to knock them down. Jane and Lynne will be leading an in-house presentation that will give both members and visitors a chance to share their research problems.
There is no need to book, visitors [...]
The committee and members of the Narre Warren & District Family History Group would like to wish everyone an enjoyable, happy and safe festive season.
We’d also like to thank everyone that has taken an interest or supported us in any of our endeavors during 2014. We look forward to your continued support in 2015.
We have an excitin [...]
Our Christmas meeting this year will be a social affair giving members the chance to catch up with each other over a cuppa and festive nibbles.
This year we will be looking at where some of the ‘typical” Christmas activities or traditions came from.
Members please bring along a small plate with something to share!
Visitors are alw [...]
Our Research Room will be closing for the Christmas break on Tuesday 9 December 2014 at 3 pm. We will be open again for research on Tuesday 3 February at 11 am.
Please note that we are happy to open the Research Room for Casey Cardinia research only during this time for visitors who do not live in the area. Please contact our Re [...]
Are you frustrated with all the records available on the Web because you never seem to be able to find the one for your ancestor?
Our guest speaker this month has spent years learning how to research effectively using predominately online tools and resources. Dave Bradley will also share his hints and tips for:
getting to the 1800s and furt [...]