This section lists the Victoria associations from Wangaratta to Wodonga and then the Western Australia associations from Albany Regional to Busselton giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The society was founded in 1985 to encourage and promote genealogical research, especially in Wangaratta and North East. Many resources are accessible in their library, some of which relate to England and Wales.
These resources include:
Other CDs include those relating to Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, USA and other countries.
A database of surnames currently being researched by members is accessible.Website:
The association was established in 1983 to encourage and promote genealogy and also to preserve records and documents referring to West Gippsland. They have transcribed some school records from West Gippsland and also have a list of local cemetery records.
Many archives can be accessed in their Library, including:
Archives also incorporate:
Some of these resources relate to England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Some books have been published regarding the genealogy and stories of the first settlers of West Gippsland from 1858 (Joseph Hennery Jackson) to 1925, an index of which is accessible on their site.
There is also a list of surnames currently being researched by members.Website:
Many archives are held by the society, including:
Some publications are available for sale, which include cemetery inscriptions, Wodonga burial registers 1861-1937 and 1938-2004, Petty Sessions Transcriptions and Pupil Registers.Website:
The association was established in 1982 and help people research their family tree. It also promotes and encourages the study of genealogy. Many resources are accessible in their Library, which include an index of surnames taken from Albany Funeral Director Records from 1921 to 1980 and an Albany Cemetery Index. Some resources relate to England and Wales.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also accessible.
The society was founded in 1984 but after a decision was made by WAGS in 2000 to disband its branch system, they decided to continue as an independent association.
Many on-line databases are accessible, which incorporate:
Many resources can be accessed in their Library, including some resources relating to England and Wales. Resources include:
In addition, they provide access to the resources of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints' FamilySearch Library Catalogue and indexes of births, marriages and deaths transcribed from early registrations in Busselton and surrounding settlements.
Details of surnames currently being researched by members is also accessible.Website: