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Shake Your Family Tree Day April 16th

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On Tuesday 16th April, come join Grant Hamston and myself at the National Archives of Australia’s annual Shake Your Family Tree Day (SYFTD). Held at the Victorian Archives Centre in North Melbourne,  SYFTD is a free day of family history talks, seminars and tours.

Come hear Janet McCalman speak on Victorian convict ancestors, or learn about children’s care records from Cate O’ Neill, from the Find and Connect web resource project. And for all you Roo fans out there, Michael Firrito from the North Melbourne Football Club will be making a special appearance with the seminar Roo boy shakes the family tree and discovers his roots.

Grant and I will be staffing the State Library stall in the Victorian Archives Centre’s foyer. Come say hi and feel free to ask us your family history questions.

You can find the full Melbourne program on the National Archives’ website
Book online or by phone (03) 9348 5609 (10am–4.30pm)

Hope to see you there!

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