Speaker profiles

Kate Bagnall Kate Bagnall
 Carol Baxter Carol Baxter
 Berry David Berry

 

Blackwood John Blackwood
 Cass Pauleen Cass
 Farmer Kerry Farmer
 fitzpatrick Colleen Fitzpatrick
 Fowler Simon Fowler
 Garnsey  Heather Garnsey
Hicks Shauna Hicks
Holman David Holman Keynote Address: Fascinating facts and figures from five centuries.

Lunchtime Seminar:Breaking down brickwalls in your research.

 Joyce Jenny Joyce
 Karskens Grace Karskens Keynote Address: Men, women, sex and desire: family history on Australia’s first frontier.
 Kershaw Roger Kershaw Keynote AddressTracing free emigrants to Australasia.

Lunchtime session: Volunteering at The National Archives

 Seonaid Lewis Seonaid Lewis
 Perry MacIntyer Perry McIntyre
 McKernan Michael McKernan Keynote Address: Meeting people at war: writing war on the home front.
 Milner Paul Milner

Lunchtime Seminar:Genealogical lecturing skills. Proposal to Presentation

 Monaghan  Cheryl Mongan
Nash Robert Nash
 Nichol_1 Michelle Nichols
 Norberry  Jennie Norberry
 Numm Cora Num Keynote Address: Front page to back page using online newspapers.

 Rencher David Rencher
  • Family search – future and vision.
  • Connecting the Community through FamilySearch.
  • Irish Census and census substitutes.
  • Ireland – Interpreting and evaluating name lists.
  • Ireland -Chasing the poor and the landless.
 Reid  Richard Reid Keynote address: If you ever go across the sea to Ireland … Realities of 19th centuryIreland.

 S_Reid Sue Reid
 Riley Carole Riley
 Sherrat Tim Sherratt
  • The many meanings of TROVE
 Smith Helen Smith
 Szabo Stephen Szabo
Taylor Joshua Taylor Keynote address: Connecting Across Past, Present, and Future
Mathew Trinca Mat Trinca Keynote address: Dr Mat Trinca, Director of the National Museum of Australia, will present the opening address and formally open Congress 2015.
 Worthington Jan Worthington