The library offers access to Local Studies e-resources including the Earthquake database; Historypin; Hunter photobank; Hunter Valley Place Names Index; Newcastle Cemetery Index, Newcastle Cultural Collections and the Newcastle Herald Index 1869-1984.
This site, by Stuart Gregory, contains detailed information of families in this area. The searchable database contains 42,000+ names. Most common surnames are Absalom, Atkins, Bignell, Blanch, Brown, Cameron, Campbell, Cox, Davis, Gregory, James, Jeffress, Jones, Lee, Mackinnon, Martin, Moore,…
Click on Library > History Services for access to local history resources.
These extracts, compiled by S and M Grieves, are to Cooma and Monaro district births, deaths and marriages and general information such as hotel licences, land grants and bankruptcy.
This site also includes Moreton Bay cases (1850-1859) and Port Phillip District cases (1841-1847). There are subject and case indexes plus information on how to use this site for family history research. There are also links to other similar sites.
This site is designed for those planning a wedding but it features an extensive collection of church photographs.
This site offers over 30,000 pages of online records for family history research in New South Wales. An annual subscription fee ($44) applies but some sample material is available.
This sites includes some colourful historical stories relating to the Batemans Bay region. These include: • The Bridge over the River Clyde• The Corn Trail• Nelligen Gold• The Dray Trail to Prosperity• The Inlet that Eluded Bass
This site, by the Family History Group of Bathurst, contains a series of downloadable newspaper articles describing Bathurst in the 1830s. There is also a list of Bathurst landholders 1885.
This site contains genealogy transcripts on, from and about Bellingen Shire.