Excursions to places of historical interest; Publications in which to record history in the form of a newsletter (Bulletin) and other publications; Museum in which to exhibit our collection.- NSW Birth, Death & Marriage Certificate Transcription Services - alternative way to obtain the information contained in New South Wales Birth, Death and Marriage Registers without the expense of obtaining an official Certificate.Browse dozens of topics including places, transport, trains & railways, famous people & places, sports and cultural & historical events and purchase from our new online shop.- This index lists cities, towns, suburbs and places in Australia with links to Web pages giving the history of that location.This is a perpetually growing index which should be visited regularly to check updates.- The aim of the Australasia Births, Deaths and Marriages Exchange is to provide to genealogists a free resource, to share information about details contained on birth, death and marriage registrations registered in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.- The site is hosted by Jenny Fawcett's Genseek Genealogy Permission to download or any further queries or comments are to be addressed to Ann. was commissioned as the first Governor of New South Wales. - voluntary organisation which was founded in 1973 to promote and encourage the study of Genealogy, Heraldry, Family History and allied subjects throughout Australia and to assist members in their research.- The Australian Jewish Genealogical Society was founded for the pursuit of Jewish genealogy and Jewish family history research, and all our activities seek to further those aims.
The list includes churches that may no longer exist, or may now be used for other purposes.- This site is designed as a guide to assist in locating sources for your family genealogy and history .(Kindly supplied by Kay Mc Garry of New York) Extracts from " Ladies of the Royal Admiral 1792":(Including lists of convicts, soldiers and crew) Women and Female Children of the Royal Admiral 1792 - Founded in 1944, the Illawarra Historical Society aims to preserve the history of the Illawarra through: Preservation of artefacts, documents, photographs etc.of value to the local area; Research into all aspects of local history. with 717 convicts of whom 180 were women, guarded by 191 marines under 19 officers.- Archivists ensure that records which have value as authentic evidence of administrative, corporate, cultural and intellectual activity are made, kept and used.