Family History South Australia - FamilyHistorySA

FamilyHistorySA, by Barry Leadbeater, aims to provide free information for family history and genealogy research on South Australians and their ancestors at home and abroad. The searchable databases include:
• Pioneer family arrivals, births and marriages
• Early shipping arrivals and passenger lists
Births 1836 to 1860
• Marriages 1836 to 1857
• Deaths 1836 to 1855
• Cemeteries and burials
• Gazetted deaths 1845 to 1941
• Returned servicemen deaths 1947 to 2018
• World War I SA servicemen deaths
• Persons lost and found 1838 to 1920 includes deserters
• Police 1838 to 1920
• District constables 1853 to 1920
• Gold diggers from SA 1852 to 1853
• Whalers 1844 to 1851
• Land purchases 1869 to 1890
• Naturalizations 1839 to 1903
The History Articles cover:
• South Australian history timeline
• Church photographs with historical notes
• River Murray mission boats
• SA counties and hundreds
• Credit selection of land
• Naturalization in SA
• German place names in SA - World War I
• Violet day - World War I
• Gold in SA's early days
• Water in SA's early days
• Whaling in SA's early days
• 1912 Roon voyage diary
• Leadbeater family tree
Ancestry/Genealogy Resources include:
• South Australian Shipping & Migration Directory - A detailed, list with links, of ship and passenger arrival and departure resources
• South Australian Birth, Death & Marriage (BDM) Certificates - Detailed information of what is included on the certificates over any given time period plus where to find the current locations of the original district records plus free access to birth indexes 1836-1860, marriage indexes 1836-1857 and death indexes 1836-1855
• South Australian Cemetery Directory - Burial and cremations resources. Search the cemetery database for the location and history of 1,170 SA burial places, and for burials up to 1855 plus more. New