This section lists New South Wales associations from Port Stephens to Tumut, giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
An extensive list of archives is accessible, which includes the International Genealogical Index (IGI) for British Counties and the 1881 National Census for Britain.
Many publications are available for sale, including:
The association was established in 1983.
Many archives are accessible, which incorporate:
Documents also incorporate:
These archives also include some relating to England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
A list of surnames currently being researched by members is also accessible.Website:
The association was established in 1985 to encourage and promote the study of genealogy. Many resources can be accessed in their Research Centre, located in the historic old Pyree School building on Greenwell Point Rd Pyree, which include:
These resources do not just cover the local area, but Australia-wide and overseas, which includes England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.Website:
The Group was established in 1980 and aims to help people researching genealogy, local history or the region's pioneering families of the region. Tumut is roughly 100kms South West of Canberra 'as the crow flies' and 35 kms East of Gundagai.
Many resources can be accessed in Tumut Shire Library, which include Church Histories, Parish Registers and School Histories. Full details of their extensive collection of resources is accessible on the site.
Some publications available or sale include: