Tuart Place has skilled volunteers who can help you track down your own records or research your family background.
Tuart Place staff will support you in applying for any records about you, which may be held by government departments; past providers of children’s homes, orphanages and foster care; hospitals, medical and health services.
Staff can give you information about how to apply yourself or they can apply on your behalf.
Searching for and receiving records can sometimes be distressing and if you would like support during this process, counselling is available.
For more information please contact our friendly reception staff on 08 6140 2380 or freecall 1800 619 795 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Researching your family history can be a fascinating and cathartic experience.
You can use our computers, with or without support, to trace family members using Ancestry.com and other relevant databases
If you were a child migrant, our professional and experienced staff can liaise with Australian and overseas agencies
You can also pre-book a one-hour session with our friendly family tracing expert Edwina Shooter from the WA Genealogical Society (WAGS). Edwina Shooter started tracing her family tree in 1974 and hasn’t stopped! Since then, she has branched out to help many people trace their family history. She has been the Volunteer Librarian for Family History WA [operating name of the WA Genealogical Society] since late 2003 and is a Life Member of the Society.
To make an appointment for WAGS or accessing records, please contact our friendly reception staff on 08 6140 2380 or freecall 1800 619 795 or via email email@example.com