It's been an eventful February at Findmypast. We've added over 100 million new records and announced exciting new partnerships...
New partnerships announced
We recently announced some exciting new partnerships with industry leaders to help you connect with your past, present and future. We're working with StoryPress to make it simple for you to create rich stories and share them with the world. We also announced a partnership with FamilyTree DNA offering all our members DNA testing services. As well as that, our new partnership with BillionGraves will make over 12 million headstone records available on Findmypast for free.
New South Wales Wills online for the first time
We were delighted to release New South Wales Will Books, 1800-1952 on the site recently. These beautifully digistised new records detail what your ancestors left behind and reveal fascinating details about their financial history and personal relationships. Made available through our work with the State Records Authority of New South Wales, you'll only find these exciting new resources on Findmypast.
Were your ancestors at Gallipoli?
Anzac Day 2015 marks 100 years since Gallipoli, where thousands of Australians and New Zealanders fought and died during World War 1. To mark the centenary, we’re looking for people whose Anzac ancestors were involved in the campaign. Send us your stories and they could be featured in our Anzac Memory Bank, our online memorial to your brave ancestors.
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Theresa Rebecca Dixon died in 1929 and is listed in our new will books. Where in New South Wales was she living?