~~~~~~~~2 New CDs Released August 2016~~~~~~~~

“Inscriptions of Tawonga Cemetery Headstones 2007”

“Small Cemeteries Around the Albury and Wodonga Areas”

CDs are Word and Excel compatible.

Cost: $20 each CD plus P&P:

P&P: $5 for 1 or 2 CDs.  $10 for 3 or 4 CDs.

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Friday 6th October:

“Shake your Tree and Expose your Ancestry”

A free Expo at the Seniors Citizens Hall, Havelock St. Wodonga, featuring local family history and historical organisations as well as local businesses who will enhance your family history hobby.  Listen to our experienced speakers throughout the afternoon offering helpful advice.

 Tuesday 17th October: 

“Family Tree Maker” workshop with Doug Elms and John Donaldson.

Date: Tuesday 17th October

Time 9am to 2.30pm

Venue:  Birralee Tavern, Melrose Drive, Wodonga

Cost:      $30 or $25 for Wodonga Family History or VicGUM members

Lunch available on premises.

Bookings essential.

Email:    secretary@wodongafamilyhistory.org or ring 0447 035 725 (Wendy) or 0260 241 591 (Norma)

Thursday 23rd November 2017:

STREET STALL outside Coles in High St Wodonga.

The things that sell well are cakes, plants and books.  Other items welcome.

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Upcoming Meetings (7.30pm). Third Tuesday of each month at Felltimber Community Centre.

19th September 2017:  AGM.  Mary-Anne Gourley from Families in British India Society (FIBIS) to talk about research methods, tips and tricks regarding ancestors who travelled to India.  She will have several guides and fact files available for purchase.

17th October 2017:  Andy Turner to speak on “Letters, Libraries and Travel through to Online and Synced Research”.

21st November 2017:  Cemetery Walk 5.30pm followed by Rolling Research meeting at 7.30pm.  Topics:

  1. Longest first marriage of a direct ancestor
  2. Most distant relative with whom you have communicated
  3. Oldest (by year) of a direct relative

19th December 2017:  Christmas party. Wine, & cheese.









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