Carnamah Historical Society & Museum

Carnamah Historical Society & Museum. Carnamah is a town and farming community 300 kilometres north of Perth, Western Australia. The Society was founded in 1983 to collect, record, preserve and promote local history. This extensive site includes the following plus more:
• Biographical Dictionary which chronicles the lives of people with a connection to the shires of Coorow, Carnamah or Three Springs. These shires encompass the towns and places of Arrino, Billeroo, Carnamah, Coorow, Dudawa, Eganu, Eneabba, Five Gums, Green Head, Gunyidi, Inering, Kadathinni, Leeman, Marchagee, Prowaka, Three Springs, Waddy Forest and Winchester. Plus some entries from the neighbouring shires of Perenjori and Mingenew.
• Cemetery Records – Burial Index of the Moora, Winchester, Perenjori, Three Springs and Mingenew cemeteries
• Historic Photographs – Contains a wonderful collection of online photographs
• Images and stories from 10863 Bushranger exhibition presented by Act-Belong Commit.  This details the exploits of bushranger Francis Henry Thomas known as Frank Thomas.
• Virtual Museum plus information on the Carnamah Museum and Macpherson Homestead
• WA Directory of People in the Colony of Western Australia 1863-1889
• WA Livestock Brands, an index of 49,163 registered livestock brands 1912-1962. Each entry includes the person’s name, property and brand.
• WA Motor Vehicle Registrations 1917-1928
• WA State School Teachers 1900-1980

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