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IFHAA Mailing Lists - Surnames


The IFHAA can set up new mailing lists for it's members. If you would like a Regional or Surname specific mailing list established  please email the IFHAA Coordinator with your request.

List Owners - If you own or manage an Australian Genealogy related mailing list please send the following information to the IFHAA Coordinator so your list can be featured on this page - Subscription details, Home Page URL and User Interface Pages URL


 IFHAA Australian Regional Lists 

 Rootsweb Australian Lists 

Australian Surname Mailing Lists

Blackman List - This list is for for people researching the Blackman family, with emphasis on the ancestors and descendants of James Blackman and Elizabeth Harley who arrived in Australia on 14/12/1801 on the ship 'Canada'
Subscribe Blackman-subscribe@onelist.com
Further information can be found at http://thehub.com.au/~chris/
Daldry List - This list also covers the name variants DALDY, DARDRY & DARDY
Subscribe Daldry-L-request@rootsweb.com and add the word subscribe to the body of the message. Once subscribed you can send mail to the list at the address Daldry-L@rootsweb.com 
Marwood List - This list is for for people researching the Marwood family name
Subscribe by sending an email to MARWOOD-L-REQUEST@rootsweb.com  with only the word subscribe in the body of the message.

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Last modified: May 20, 2006