Finding your German ancestors

In the search for your German ancestry, it’s important to know some basic information about the family member who first immigrated to Australia, such as full name, town or area of origin and year of immigration. If you don’t have this information, try asking family members – a town name scrawled on the back of an old photograph somewhere might end up being the missing piece to your puzzle.

Regardless of your family’s origins, you are

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