Lord Howe Island, Australia

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=== [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Howe_Island Lord Howe Island] <br> ===
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=== [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Howe_Island Lord Howe Island] <br> ===
  
Is a small island in the Tasman Sea 600 kilometres (370 mi) east of the Australian mainland - more information on the Island can be garnered by clicking on the above heading which will take you to the Lord Howe Island Wikipedia page, which in turn can advise on when the island was first discovered and how.<br>
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Is a small island in the Tasman Sea 600 kilometres (370 mi) east of the Australian mainland - more information on the Island can be garnered by clicking on the above heading which will take you to the Lord Howe Island Wikipedia page, which in turn can advise on when the island was first discovered and how.<br>  
  
 
=== Genealogical Research<br>  ===
 
=== Genealogical Research<br>  ===
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There is a message board hosted by Ancestry.com.au which can be found at the following link: [http://boards.ancestry.myfamily.com/localities.oceania.australia.lordhowe/mb.ashx message board]. Placing any queries you may have regarding ancestors who lived and worked there on the site may be of assistance.<br>  
 
There is a message board hosted by Ancestry.com.au which can be found at the following link: [http://boards.ancestry.myfamily.com/localities.oceania.australia.lordhowe/mb.ashx message board]. Placing any queries you may have regarding ancestors who lived and worked there on the site may be of assistance.<br>  
  
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Australia

Lord Howe Island

Is a small island in the Tasman Sea 600 kilometres (370 mi) east of the Australian mainland - more information on the Island can be garnered by clicking on the above heading which will take you to the Lord Howe Island Wikipedia page, which in turn can advise on when the island was first discovered and how.

Genealogical Research

There is a message board hosted by Ancestry.com.au which can be found at the following link: message board. Placing any queries you may have regarding ancestors who lived and worked there on the site may be of assistance.