The Banyo Boys 1914-1918: researching at QSA

In addition to working part time as a Senior Reference Archivist at Queensland State Archives (QSA), I also enjoy doing historical research in my spare time, and have st​rong interests in both family and local history. About three years ago, I started researching the lives of the men who were listed on the Banyo World […]

Who’s your mob?

If you want to find out about where you come from, the Community and Personal Histories team can help. The team can help you use records to research your family and personal history, or help you with other information such as confirming dates of birth, for you, or older relatives. The Community and Personal Histories […]

First World War casualty records revealed

By Adrian Harrison, Department of Justice and Attorney-General, guest blogger Few people realise that the Queensland Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (RBDM) holds comprehensive death registrations for a large number of service men and women¹ who enlisted in Queensland and died while on active duty during both world wars. Only the registries in South […]