Our Family History - McKay, Bushee, King and Mills Links
genealogy of the king, mills, mckay & bushee families
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The following is a list of pages that have helped me with my research over the years.

Yet more message boards filled by people who are also researching their ancestors
Ancestor Search
An Interactive Directory of 400 Genealogy Search Engines
Census Finder
A directory compiled of census links to help you locate free census records online. This is an ongoing project
Cousin Connect
Search, submit and browse genealogy queries. Locate distant cousins and missing people
Elizabeth Rushen's Webpage
Contains information on the women who migrated to Australia in the mid 1800's
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' website, provides a very detailed search for your ancestors
Finding Your Family from Ship's Passenger Lists
Useful site with plenty of helpful tips and links to detailed resources
Geelong Cemetries Trust
A searchable site of burials in the Geelong area, between 1839 and 1907
Genealogist's Guide to Tracing People from Our Past
Detailed information about how to go about researching your family tree
Genealogy Searching Center
Your Gateway to FREE Online Genealogy Databases
Forum of million's of peoples messages regarding their own family history
History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy
Informative article about starting your genealogy research, including many links
Hugh Wallis's Genealogical Web Sites
Great site, regularily maintained, specialises in information from the UK
Information on using your mac for family history purposes
OZ Gen Online
Free information for tracing family in Australia
Researching Your Family's History from Ships Passenger Lists
Recommended to me, this page has some great tips on how to research ship records
A forum dedicated to using the Mac genealogy application, Reunion - I program that I highly recommend
Chat about your British and Irish Genealogy UK Family History around England Wales Scotland Ireland. 1881 1901 Census lookups of your ancestors
Apparently the internet's oldest and largest free genealogy site, very comprehensive
The Next Generation Forums
Collection of forums discussing the TNG application that allows you to put your family history online (this site has been created using the TNG application)
The Ryerson Index
Index to contemporary death notices and obituaries in Australian newspapers
Tasmania's Memory
Tasmania State Library's information for tracing family history, including links to convict databases
The WorldGenWeb Project
The WorldGenWeb Project is a non-profit, volunteer based organization dedicated to providing genealogical and historical records and resources for world-wide access
Index to many Australian newspapers
Victorian Place Name Abbreviations
Handy list of abbreviations for place names in Victoria, particularly useful for interpreting information from the Victorian Deaths Index