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Looking for ancestors who are related to the Albrecht family.My fathers side only.

Query by clancameron

My name is Amanda Cameron.Before I was married I was Amanda Albrecht.I used to live in the Southern Highlands in NSW Australia.Now I live in a town called Junee which is also in NSW.I have been trying to research my family tree,but not having any luck.My fathers name is Grahame Ralph Albrecht,he ran away from home when he was a child and was fostered out by a lady called Dawn,I don't know if he had changed his name or not.My mother's name is Carolyn Albrecht.As you might be abel to tell they are cousins who are married.I have a brother called Robert Andrew Albrecht,and a sister Catherine Emma Albrecht.My mother also had another child called Anthony Albrecht,unfortunatly he only lived until he was a month old,he has been burried in a cemetary in Welby, a town in NSW Australia,not sure of his birthdate.Any help would really be appreciated.

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on 2007-04-30 07:21:03

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by allycat on 2007-04-30 09:37:31

Dear Amanda, I wish you well in your search.

Sadly I found your little brother's death registration. Death Certificates NSW and QLD contain a wealth of information.

Purchase Death Certificate now for a total cost of $25.00 online secure order.

Australian Cemeteries New South Wales scroll down to Welby Cemetery, Meranie Street, Welby / Berrima District Historical and Family History Society and click on Transcripts to be redirect to website link BERRIMA DISTRICT HISTORICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY INC.

NSW Roads Transport Authority

QLD Govt - change of surname

If your parents were cousins, try and find out more on your Mum's side, and that may give you clues to your father's ALBRECHT side.

Join up as a free member, then post a message looking for more info at
ALBRECHT Family Genealogy Forum it's a free site too.

Ask your relatives, especially the older ones if they are forthcoming any information on your family tree/genealogy.

There are 63 records for ALBRECHT at
FamilySearch.org - The largest collection of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world

Maybe have a read of links here
Electoral Rolls - Australia

That's really all I can think of at present.


by clancameron on 2007-05-01 02:00:03

Thank you for all the information,it is very much appreciated.Out of the 63 people how do I find who i'm related to.If you can give me any ideas I would appreciate it.

by allycat on 2007-05-01 17:55:22

Dear Amanda, Hi there. You're welcome. You may or may not be related to the 63 people listed in ancestral file records at familysearch.org.

It is all to easy to go off on a wild goose chase and research other people's trees instead of your own. Remember, with genealogy we start with ourselves and work backwards. The way I did it was to purchase Death Certificates of my Grandparents, and in Australia they mostly have the names of their parents on them. Then I purchased my Great Grandparents Birth and/or Death Certificates and kept going until I reached the point of the first ancestor that emigrated to Australia (unless one has Aboriginal ancestry). Then once I found a common ancestor that lived in England, I went through the Census years 1901 back every 10yrs until 1841 via the rootschat.com website asking kind people to do lookups for me.


Read Research Guidance from Familysearch.org - How to start your Family History

Alison QLD.

by clancameron on 2007-05-01 20:10:50

Thank you very much.Another question if I may.My mother showed me a book that my fathers grandfather had hand written a book on bridges,now i'm not sure if it's to do with engineering or construction,I have looked up in a search engine and still can't find it,I was wondering if you or someone else can help me please.

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