For over 100 years bushrangers roamed throughout the state of NSW. Their exploits entranced the public and their names were both heroes and villains for many.
The Society of Australian Genealogists (SAG) will be hosting this Land Focus Day at our Western Sydney Records Centre.
Asylum and hospital records can provide valuable information about the patient and your family history. Join Emily Hanna at the Castle Hill Combined Probus Club Genealogy Group as she examines these records and how to access them.
Our Director Martyn Killion will be speaking at the 35th Annual Conference of the NSW & ACT Association of Family History Societies: Exploring the Past. Martyn will be speaking on Saturday 12 October
Learn how to search for early land grants and records of the occupation of Crown land before 1856.
An introduction to the NSW State Archives photographic collection.
The Colonial Secretary’s Office was a central point of contact for many people in NSW in the 19th century and the records reflect the events of the lives of individuals at that time.