Australian Cemeteries Index

I have used this free resource, The Australian Cemeteries Index,  to locate kith and kin for quite a few years and have found it most useful.

I have just started to use it for my CurryAus study and have discovered a new (to me) feature. In addition to transcriptions and photos of headstones there is a new feature, Other Sources,  on the inscription page for each entry. The Other Sources page has transcriptions of BDM indexes etc that give extra information about the deceased. The images below show what I found for James Curry (1863-1943).

acicurryjas acicurryjasother

How neat is that?

Take note of the  URL http://austcemindex.com/

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