Resources in our Library
All available birth, death
and marriage indexes for the Australian States,
Musters of convicts pre 1837,
and the 1828 Census,
Indexes to shipping records,
Family and local history
books and biographies,
Pioneer Registers for many
parts of NSW and the ACT, and
Personality and locality
Mining indexes and
We have a growing collection
of CDs containing Government Gazettes for NSW and CDs of
interest to a genealogist, with extensive records of cemetery
and headstone transcriptions
library also includes publications containing historical records
of Australia’s early days, some British and European indexes to
birth, deaths and marriages, and the Journal of the
Society of Genealogists
in London, as well as journals from many family history groups
around Australia including a complete collection of Armidale &
District Historical Society journals and a complete run of
Genealogical Research Directories.
We can provide internet
access and volunteers who are willing to help beginners and
those who have reached a brick wall in their family history
"Boddyline, a family history site for the Boddy, Davidson,
Gaffey and Berryman families"
What else is available to family historians in Armidale?
The University of New England
Archives - or Heritage Centre
- is located on the corner of Dangar and Kentucky Streets, Armidale,
across the road from the Family History Group's Centre.
The Heritage Centre is open from 9 am to 5 pm from Monday to Friday.
Please phone (02) 6773 6555 or (02) 6773 6565 to make an appointment
to use their resources which include the Archives
Kit (or ARK).
For more information regarding these and their other resources,
visit their website at:
University of New England, Armidale, has a wealth of material for
the family historian.
hours - as these vary from time to time - please phone (02) 6773
For more information on the Library holdings visit their website at:
and follow the links to the catalogue.
116 Faulkner Street, Armidale, 2350 N.S.W. Australia, open from: 1
p.m to 4 p.m. each day. Please phone (02) 6770 3536 for further