Shauna Hicks


The January 2019 Issue is Here to Brighten Your Day 2

Time for another great issue of Going In-Depth Magazine! If you are a subscriber, be sure to sign in at Kajabi.  If you are not a subscriber, you could subscribe for just $35. With over 5 years of issues available to our subscribers, this monthly genealogy magazine is a fantastic value. Each issue is a PDF that you can download and […]


Introducing The Prosecution Project in Australia 2

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus is The Prosecution Project which investigates the history of the criminal trial in Australia. Through digitised copies of Supreme Court registers, digitised newspapers in Trove and other archival sources, the Project is analysing patterns of crime, prosecution and punishment over long periods of […]


Introducing Remembrance Parks Central Victoria and Bendigo Family History Group

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus is on Remembrance Parks Central Victoria which was previously known as the Bendigo Cemeteries Trust prior to 2013. It is a free database that searches central Victorian cemeteries and crematorium in the Bendigo region. The Bendigo Family History Group is the local genealogy […]


Introducing Text Queensland

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus is on Queensland: Queensland’s Past Online which is a site maintained by the University of Queensland, the Centre for the Government of Queensland and the Queensland Government. Text Queensland is a portal to a range of digitised resources useful for family history […]


Introducing Monuments Australia

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus is Monuments Australia which is a self-funded, non-profit organisation with a mission to record public monuments across Australia. There are many different types of monuments that record events, people or places. Monuments may be useful for family history research as well as […]