This section lists New South Wales associations from Illawarra to Newcastle giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The Group was founded in 1984 to promote and encourage the study of genealogy, especially in the Illawarra area. Some of their members specialise in Illawarra family history. Anyone is welcome to join, whether you live locally or overseas. For a small fee, members are willing to carry out research on your behalf.
They have a extensive collection of documents that can be accessed at their Library, but some resources are only accessible to members.
Documents held include:
Their site also includes a list of Members Interests.
Known as the Sapphire City, Inverell is located on the Macintyre River in Northern New South Wales. The Group was founded in 1984 to encourage and promote genealogical research. Their site includes a list of Members Interests.
They have an extensive collection of local archives which are accessible at their library. These incorporate:
They also have books, maps and photographs relating to the local district, to the State of New South Wales and to other States in Australia.
Numerous publications are for sale, including:
The association was established in 1987. Their site contains an extensive list of documents that are accessible at their library.
Documents available incorporate:
There are some publications available for sale, which include:
Their site contains details of their extensive catalogue of resources which include books, journals, CD-ROMs and microfiche. Some of these archives relate to England and Wales.
Resources also include:
The association was established in 1983. Their site contains a list of their extensive holdings, including a library catalogue, which is updated monthly. They also have a number of books that can help you if you wish to research convicts in Australia. They also have a list of Members Interests.Website: