A recent database of Australian men and women who served during the First World War is the AIF Project - Australian Anzacs in the Great War 1914-1918.
Search by Surname or Regimental Number. You can also search by Address. A search for Vermont produced 30 names. Some of the records referred to a house or street named Vermont but most were records where Vermont in Victoria was provided as an address. Ticking the Next of Kin address box provides additional information.
The information provided in each records is largely a summary of information that can be located in the documents in Mapping Our Anzacs.
A search for the name Anderson and the address Vermont provided records of the three Anderson brothers from Vermont who enlisted.
Wednesday, 11 June 2014
Monday, 9 June 2014
This talk was recorded at Who Do You think You Are Live 2014 in England and has now been made available on YouTube. Sir Tony Robinson reviewed life in England prior to World War I and how the researching of documents, directories and other resources is providing an insight into how people lived and thought in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.