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Discussion in 'Australia - More resources' started by Emmyw, Jun 17, 2018.

  1. Emmyw

    Emmyw LostCousins Member

    The Queensland bdm is now offering a new family history service, alongside the old one. I had an unusual first/second name which was used over three generations. All I had to do was plug in that name and in a single search I got all of the births, deaths, and marriages where that name was used - including births and deaths of children whose father had that name. Full dates (day - month - year) are also provided. The greatest bdm search I have ever come across - give it a try
    • Thanks! Thanks! x 1
  2. jorghes

    jorghes LostCousins Member

  3. Rhian

    Rhian LostCousins Member

    It is also very quick, 136 results for some possible cousins in less than a second, lots of useful information on the results page, but over $20 for a pdf, and I complain the GRO in the UK is expensive.
  4. jorghes

    jorghes LostCousins Member

    All of the Australian states are expensive when it comes to purchasing the certificates. Although to differing levels - QLD is one of the cheaper ones! (But you can usually download the image there and then, you don't have to wait for the PDF to be mailed like the GRO).

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