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State Records Authority of New South Wales: The Archives Resources Kit (ARK) produced by the State Records Authority of New South Wales contains microfilm copies of their most popular and heavily used colonial records. Included are records to do with convict arrivals, assisted immigrants, births deaths and marriages, publicans licences, electoral rolls, naturalisation records, returns of the colony, land grants and records relating to the Colonial Secretary 91788-1825). All microfilm is held by the National Library. This website provides a Guide to Using the Archives Resources Kit as well as a link to their publication Archives in Brief 39 - What's in the Archives Resources Kit.
Informit: Index to NSW death and marriage records 1919-1945
Informit: Index to births, deaths and marriages registered in New South Wales 1788 to 1888 (Pioneers series) NSW Church baptisms, marriage and burial records 1788-1856 (incomplete) NSW official birth, death and marriage records 1856-1888
Informit: Index to NSW birth, death and marriage records, 1889-1918 (Federation series)
: Provides a free online historical index search to the Index to Births (1788-1912), Deaths (1788-1982), and Marriages (1788-1962) in New South Wales. Addtional information for early entries and a birth index to 1918 are available in electronic format on reading room computers. Some pre 1856 parish records indexed in this database are availble in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room on microfilm.
National Library of Australia: This Guide contains a select listing of print and microfilm indexes that can assist you with access to the Library's large collection of Australian and overseas newspapers.
: This title provides an index to the following records held by State Records New South Wales: Immigration; NRS 5264, Immigration Deposit Journals, 1853-1900 [4/4576 to 4/4598, microfilm copy SRNSW Reel Nos. 2668A to 2675] and the supplementary records of Embarkation Orders and Shipping Lists in Immigration; NRS 5269, Persons Proceeding to the Colony under Remittance Regulations, Oct 1856-Feb 1858 [with Ships Arriving Nov 1856 to Feb 1858] - part of 1 box (Ref: 9/6182.1 1 bundle) -
Australian Jewish Genealogical Society: The database covers the period 1867 to 1905, with 106 pre 1867 burials relocated from Devonshire Street Cemetery to Rookwood in 1901; 1100 graves with headstones; 600 burials without headstones that have been identified and their position located; the earliest burial is 1 June 1837. Some burials later than 1905 are also included. Database contains: compilation of images; Rookwood Cemetery maps; transcriptions of the English; transcriptions of the Hebrew; references to the death certificate registration number; death notices from newspapers, where available; details from the burial registers, where available; relocation details, where available.
State Records Authority of New South Wales: This is a new Index to the nine old Registers created to record land transactions, and much more, in New South Wales between 1802 and 1824. The Index has been compiled from copies of the original nine Registers in the custody of the Registrar General and includes many previously unindexed entries. The "Old Register" was transferred from the Department of Lands to State Records NSW in 2008. They form the series NRS 5604, Register of Assignments and other Legal Instruments, 6 March 1802-15 May 1824
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