The following are a selection of links to websites we think you may find useful. Please note we are not responsible for the content of these external sites.
Land of the Beardies History House
The Glen Innes & District Historical Society has a particularly close association with our Group and may also be able to help with research in the areas around Wellingrove, Kings Plains, Swan Vale and Emmaville.
Heritage and Regional Archives
The Heritage Centre and Regional Archives at Armidale has a vast amount of resources and information relating to the history of the New England area.
Ancestry.com have generously donated a subscription to their online database which may be accessed at our Research Centre. Why not call in today and try this amazing resource for family history researchers.
“Remember you don’t have to know what you are looking for – you just have to start looking!”
NSW & ACT Association of Family History Societies
The aim of the Association is to foster an interest in family history and to represent the views of its member societies in matters of state, national and international genealogical interest.
Royal Australian Historical Society
The Royal Australian Historical Society encourages the study of Australian history through over 350 local history societies.
Suppliers of the best range of worldwide genealogical resources right here in Australia. You will find a wonderful range of genealogy software, data CDs, books, maps, microfiche, plus much more to help with your family history or local history research.
NSW State Records
Indexes Online are the most efficient and simple way to start family and local history research. The indexes cover topics such as: convicts; deceased estates; courts; gaol photographs; assisted and unassisted immigration; orphans; police service registers; insolvency; and naturalisation. Many indexes can also be searched by placename and locality.
A new magazine promoting Australian and New Zealand history and heritage.
Flickr – Lewin and related family photos taken in the Inverell district c1905-1910. Can you help identify any of the unknown photographs?