Court of Civil Jurisdiction index

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Obtaining copies of the records

These records are able to be accessed in our Reading Room at the Western Sydney Records Centre where you will be able to arrange a copy.

Tips for Searching

Sort the search results by clicking the column headings

For example:

Alphabetical

Click the column heading eg: ‘Surname’ to sort from A-Z. Click it again to sort from Z-A.

Chronological

Sorting chronologically is not currently available.

Wildcard character %

Names

The wildcard character - % - can represent any character in a keyword. For example:

Smith% will return all entries that start with ‘Smith’, whereas

%Smith% will return any entries that have ‘Smith’ somewhere in the name (such as ‘Shoesmith’)

%Sm%t will return any entries that have ‘Smith’ somewhere in the name as well as other names such as ‘Charlesmouth’, ‘Osmont’, ‘Portsmouth’, ‘Smallworth’, ‘Smeaton’, ‘Smart’, ‘Smyth’, Smythe’ or ‘Smithers’.

Places

The wildcard character is also very useful when searching for an entry by an option other than surname. For instance, a search of:

%Windsor% in a locality or description field will find the word ‘Windsor’ anywhere in that field.

M%Brook in a locality or description field will find the word ‘Muswellbrook’, ‘Muscellbrook’, ‘MuscleBrook’ and ‘Wollombi Brook’.

Search for more than one name

Simply enter each name separated by a comma. No spaces. For example: Porter,Newton in the Surname field will return all entries with the surnames Porter and Newton.

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