Police Service cards cover the years 1913-1986. They show dates of employment and promotion, where stationed, personal details such as date of birth, hair and eye colour and record of offences and special service.
We are joining the Society of Australian Genealogists webinar program for an outline of the types of records that were created about our ancestors when things went wrong financially.
Teachers' rolls and Teacher career cards are the point of entry for research about teachers. They tell us where and when teachers were employed, and their classification. This webinar shows you how to find these records and where they can lead your research.
Have you ever tried to find a Government document from the 19th century? This webinar explains the top-numbering filing system used by many Government departments in the 19th and early 20th centuries, giving you the tools to understand this essential concept of archival research.
Prior to 1919 the valuing of land was undertaken by local councils. From about 1919 this was gradually taken over by the Valuer General, starting with Manly in 1919 and reaching Broken Hill in the 1980's.