Website links providing useful reference information for convict, genealogical and historical research.
A glossary of medical terms used in the 1800s—the Hunter Valley Colonial Medical Practitioners Index.
Search extensive records including convict musters, BDMs, electoral rolls, censuses.
A list of abbreviations used in Tasmanian convict records, provided by Maree Ring on the AUS-Tasmanian Genealogy mailing list.
FIBIS is a self-help organisation devoted to members researching their ancestors and the background against which they led their lives in 'British India'.
Search the world for baptism, marriage and burial records for your ancestors on this site operated by The Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-Day Saints.
Search an ever-growing list of Australian newspapers and other resources online. A fabulous resource of the National Library of Australia.
University of Tasmania Library open repository - it contains convict-related records and images
Keen and experienced researcher Sue Wyatt shares her thoughts on tracing family history. Sue is based in Tasmania.
Books about Australian history including female immigrant ships.
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For academic referencing (suggestion only) Database: [http address], FCRC Female Convicts in Van Diemen’s Land database, entry for xxxx ID no xxx, accessed [date].
For academic referencing (suggestion only) Website: Female Convicts Research Centre Inc., accessed [date] from [http address].