Welcome to the GSV

Welcome to the GSV

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Improving GSV's online services and infrastructure will help all GSV members no matter where your are.

What you need to know before “Visiting the Library”.

Following the 1938 annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany, many members of Vienna’s vibrant Jewish community sought safe havens overseas to escape growing persecution.  Presented by Patrick Ferry (National Archives of Australia) and Angus Davison (Monash University History student) in conjunction with the Royal Historical Society of Victoria and the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation.  20th June, 10.30 to 11.30am.  Via Zoom and in person at PROV.

Ancestry ThruLines

Ancestry's ThruLines feature provides you with another way to view your matches and potentially identify new ancestors.  Presented by Alan Rhodes.  13th June 11am to 12.30pm via Zoom.

How to Write a Research Paper That Earns an A

Presented by Margaret Vines. The course dates are 20th, 27th June and 4th July, 10.30am to 12.30pm, via Zoom.  

Family Search

Information on available records, including images, transcriptions, databases, catalogs and collections and more.

Presented by Vicki Montgomery

26th May 1.30 to 2.30pm  Via Zoom

Visitor E-Pass

The GSV Visitor E-Pass gives you access to a huge range of genealogy resources for a short period (6 hours) from your own home at an affordable price. Normally priced at $20.00, you can buy a Visitor E-Pass at the special introductory price of just $10.00.

Please note that if you are a GSV Member, you do not need to buy a Visitor E-Pass because you already have access to these resources (and more).

New webcasts now available uploaded 1 Sept 2021

GSV Members can watch and listen to over 200 presentations of talks on a wide variety of topics specifically for family historians. All webcasts located via GSV catalogue.