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Australian Content, World Vital records and its Value to Australian Research
Leo Smith
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I have a few American attachments to my tree, however I can get these normally through Smart Matches or Family Search,org, Family History and Genealogy Records. So when are we going to see Births Deaths and Marriages in Australia to help the Australian Content for the Australian users of this program, I am seriosly considering chanching to Ancestory program as it does cater for the Australian public.

I would be much happier to stay with My Heritage if they had more of the Australian records or research programs.  

 

Leo Smith
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RE: Australian Content, World Vital records and its Value to Australian Research
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Leo you have exoressed EXACTLY the sentiment that some are presenting to me privatley.

As Australian based family historians - our needs are not met and myheritage might lose our custom to ancestry.com

Darryl wise

 

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RE: Australian Content, World Vital records and its Value to Australian Research [2]
Marianne
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Gentlemen,

MyHeritage has recently acquired  World Vital records.

WorldVitalRecords.com was founded in 2006 and is a service totally complementary to MyHeritage.com: a huge repository of historical records, with billions of birth, marriage, death, burial, census, military, immigration, yearbooks and other types of records, plus scans of the original documents. It also offers the world's largest collection of historical newspapers. All of this is searchable. The data provides worldwide coverage with content relevant to many countries, but with a strong emphasis on USA, UK, Ireland, Australia and Canada. This data can do wonders to improve your family tree research, and could be a wealth of information on your ancestors and relatives here waiting for you to discover. We will be expanding this collection of historical records by adding new content every month. We plan to grow it over time to become one of the largest international collections of historical documents available online.
Marianne
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RE: Australian Content, World Vital records and its Value to Australian Research [4]
Leo Smith
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I was a member several years ago and did not find the program any use to me and therefore cancelled my subscription, as the content was not as you say.  It is easy for you to say hey how good it is and yet you cannot be specific in any records of the Australian content.

As previously, I have said I will no longer be a member of my Heritage as of Next year, talking to other Relations that are on Ancestory.com & My Heritage , have found more and have access to more direct Information than My Heritage and are also quitting my Heritage to continue with Ancestory Site, I will be joining  Ancestory site when My Heritage expires in January 2012   

Gentlemen,

MyHeritage has recently acquired  World Vital records.

WorldVitalRecords.com was founded in 2006 and is a service totally complementary to MyHeritage.com: a huge repository of historical records, with billions of birth, marriage, death, burial, census, military, immigration, yearbooks and other types of records, plus scans of the original documents. It also offers the world's largest collection of historical newspapers. All of this is searchable. The data provides worldwide coverage with content relevant to many countries, but with a strong emphasis on USA, UK, Ireland, Australia and Canada. This data can do wonders to improve your family tree research, and could be a wealth of information on your ancestors and relatives here waiting for you to discover. We will be expanding this collection of historical records by adding new content every month. We plan to grow it over time to become one of the largest international collections of historical documents available online.

Leo Smith
Australia
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