Western Australia, Australia

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Western Australia was created as a state in 1831.  Its capital is Perth.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:27, 28 March 2011

Australia

Western Australia

Western Australia was created as a state in 1831. Its capital is Perth.

Contents

Getting started with Western Australia research

Numerous articles are available on FamilySearch Wiki to help you get started in family history. This portal will provide links to articles about general research topics.

Principles of Family History Research

  1. Identify What You Know
  2. Decide What You Want to Learn
  3. Select Records to Search
  4. Obtain and Search the Records
  5. Use the Information

Jurisdictions

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Research Tools

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Help Wanted

Interested in editing or adding to the Wiki? The Western Australia page needs you! Here are some simple ways you can add information other researchers need!

Events

  • National Family History Week July 31st to August 8th 2010

Things You Can Do

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News

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Topics
Other
  • Western Australia makes its indexes to births, deaths and marriages available online.




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