AGM: 6th July 2019.
The AGM will be held at the Inverell Shire Library @ 1.30pm. Followed by a cuppa.
General Meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of the months February, May, August and November commencing at 1.30pm with a cuppa afterwards. Meetings are held in the Inverell Shire Library, Campbell St, Inverell. 2360
The Next General Meeting
17th August, 2019.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9.30am until 3.00pm.
Saturdays – 10.30am until 3pm.
Other days by appointment only.
Our new website is being developed by the Inverell Shire Council IT Department.
The new web address for the Inverell Family History Group will be:
When the new website goes live this web address will be shut down. We anticipate the transition to take place within the next month.
So please take note of our new address for future reference.
A new publication has been added to our collection in the Inverell Shire Library.
Inverell Family History
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This year’s Conference was held in beautiful Batemans Bay, organised and run by the Management Committee of the Association with Suzanne Voytas at the helm as Convenor and band of volunteers from several societies assisting during the weekend. We started … Continue reading
The Inverell District Family History Group has relocated to new rooms within the Inverell Shire Library, 55-59 Campbell Street, Inverell. The official opening of these new rooms will take place at the Inverell Shire Library on Tuesday 21st August 2018 … Continue reading
The next quarterly Meeting will be held on Saturday 17th August 2019 commencing 1.30pm at the Inverell Shire Library in Campbell Street followed by afternoon tea. Look forward to seeing you there.
Article by Steve Green of the Inverell Sentinel 1st June 2018 President of the Inverell and District Family History Group Kathy McLeod said her members are looking forward to the move. INVERELL and District Family History Group will … Continue reading
Every so often while researching you come across an extraordinary story. One that spans generations, involves a long forgotten war time romance and includes a small village in The Netherlands. A tale that is more likely read in a fictional … Continue reading
The observance of a day for women dates back to the early 1900’s. At an International Socialist Women’s Conference in Denmark 1910 it was proposed by German socialist Luise Zietz and agreed upon by the delegates that an annual Women’s … Continue reading