Richmond River Historical Society – Lismore, New South Wales

This Society, founded in 1936, is based in Lismore in the Northern Rivers region of NSW. It is one of the first three historical societies formed in New South Wales outside the Sydney region. Its aims to collect, preserve, display and disseminate historical material relevant to the continuing history of North Eastern NSW.

A variety of online indexes include a cemeteries index for cemeteries in Alstonville, Ballina, Bangalow, Baryulgil, Bexhill, Bonalbo, Brunswick Heads, Buckendoon, ByronBay, Casino, Chinderah, Clunes, Copmanhurst, Coraki, Coutts Crossing, Dalmorton, Drake, Dunoon, Dyraaba, Evans Head, Fairfield (Drake), Fingal, Grafton, Heifer Station. Lionsville, Lismore (Barham Street), Loftville, Lunatic Gully, Mallanganee, Millera Flat, Nimbin, Nymboida, Nymboida (Sunnyside), Old Bonalbo, Paddys Flat, Plains Station, Poverty Point, Pretty Gully, Rous, Sandilands, Sandy Hills, Swanlea, Tabulam, Tintenbar, Tooloom, Tucki, Tumbulgum, Tyalgum, Unknown [Richmond River], Unknown [West of the Range], Unumgar, Upper Skinners Swamp, Uralba, Urbenville, Wardell, Whiporie, Wollongbar, Woodburn, Woodenbong, Wyan, Wyangerie, Wyrallah, Yulgilbar. The index lists name, birth year (if known), death year and reference. Further information is available from the Society for a small fee.

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