November 10, 2013 Leave a comment
The latest additions to the Geelong and District database and web site include the index to the Investigator journals for the years 2010-2012.
It also includes the index to the next part to the book – Pioneering Days: a woman’s life compiled by the Colac & District Family History Group. The group spent almost 10 years compiling the data and so far, after indexing 150 pages, you can understand why the index is so important – there are already more than 4,100 entries! The book can be purchased from the Colac & District Family History Group.
We now have 1,414,960 records in the Geelong and District database.
This is what’s been added since the last major update on 26 October:
- Investigator, journal of the Geelong Historical Society: volumes 45, 46 & 47 for 2010-2012 – 2,049 entries
- Pioneering Days: a woman’s life – Book – 2,136 entries
- Geelong District: Surnames of Interest – 16 entries
Details on these indexes can be found in the Geelong & District Potpourri pages.
And don’t forget to search again for your ancestors in the Geelong & District Database – they could have been in the last load of additions!