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Note: See Index compiled by Lollene Harrison also at HB.3/NORT/B.
1.Pioneers, Women – North Coast District. 2.Women – North Coast District. 3.Northern Rivers District – History. #1996.47; #2005.95 (177)
HARRISON, Lollene, comp. HB.3/NORT/B
Index to North Coast women, by Baiba Berzins, compiled by Lollene Harrison. Computer printout from Internet (N.S.W. Genweb Project).
1.Pioneers, Women – North Coast District. 2.Women – North Coast District. 3.Northern Rivers District – History. #n.n. (2371)
WILLIS, Barbara, comp. HB.3/NORT/M(v.1)
Memories of our early life: [reminiscences of residents of Maranoa Retirement Home, Lismore, compiled by Barbara Willis and edited by John A. Barrie]. Typewritten, 1986.
1.Northern Rivers District – Reminiscences. [Reference: Oral History] I. Maranoa Retirement Home, Lismore. II. Barrie, John A., ed. #1988.48 (995)
WILLIS, Barbara, comp. HB.3/NORT/M(v.2)
Memories of our early life, by Maranoa Residents, compiled by Barbara Willis. Lismore, Maranoa, 1988.
1.Northern Rivers District – Reminiscences. [Reference: Oral History] I. Maranoa Retirement Home, Lismore. #1987.41 (2370)
MEARS, Penny, ed. 994.43/NOR/M HB.3/NORT/M
Women down the valley: North Coast Region. Lismore, Dept of Education, n.d.
1.Northern Rivers District – History. 2.Women – Northern Rivers District. #1950.39.1
OLDER WOMENS NETWORK EDUCATION GROUP HB.3/OLDE
Untold stories: voices of older women. Sydney, the Group, 1998. ISBN 0-9585430-0-3.
1.Women in History. 2.Women – Australia – History. #1998.100 (1523)
LISMORE SENIOR DAY CARE HB.3/RICH/T
Richmond memories: an Outreach Project of TAFE, 1989.
1.Richmond River District – Reminiscences. 2.Outreach (TAFE) Programmes. I.TAFE. #992.45 (994)
SAINT CARTHAGES SENIOR PARISHONERS HB.3/RICH/T
Richmond recollections, vol.1: [an Outreach programme of TAFE]. Typewritten, Lismore TAFE, 1987.
1.Richmond River District – Reminiscences. 2.Outreach (TAFE) Programmes. #992.45 (1026)
JONES, Eric HB.3/THOM
Man with an axe, edited by Jack Thompson. Casino, Jack Thompson, n.d.
CONTENTS: Man with an axe, by Eric Jones; The Pit sawyers, by Joe Small.
1.Timber Industry – Kyogle. 2.Shah Mahomet. I. Small, Joe. The Pit sawyers. #1996.17e3 (172)
BUSHELL, Alma, ed. 994/WOM/Y HB.3/WOME/B
Yesterday’s daughters: stories of the past of women over 70. Sydney, Nelson, 1986. ISBN 0-17-006767-x.
1.Pioneers, Women. #1987.28 (720)
RITCHIE, Marcia, comp. HB.3/WOME/R(a)-(c)
Women of the Richmond River: 1983 diary. Cawongla, Rainforest Publishing, 1982. (3 copies)
1.Richmond River District – History. 2.Women of the Richmond. #4946a; #n.n.; #1999.030.a3 (1018)
ALEXANDRA, Queen of England 923.1/ALE HB.5/ALEX
Queen Alexandra’s Christmas gift book: photographs from my camera. London, Daily Telegraph, 1909.
1.Alexandra, Queen of England – Photographs. 2.Royalty – Great Britain. #1971.3802g (1878)
ALEXANDRA, Queen 942.082/ALE HB.5/ALEX
Royal photographs [taken by Alexandra, Consort of King Edward VII of Great Britain]. No imprint details, n.d.
1.Great Britain – History. 2.Royal Family – Great Britain – Photographs. #1964.3058c (1549)
VISIT to New South Wales of His Royal Highness HB.5/EDWA
the Prince of Wales, 1920: working programme. Sydney, Govt. Pr., 1920.
1.Royal Tours – N.S.W., 1920. 2.Edward, Prince of Wales – Tour of N.S.W., 1920. [Reference: Edward VIII, King of England]. #426c (833)
ZIEGLER, P. HB.1/EDWA HB.5/EDWA/Z
King Edward VIII. London, Collins, 1990.
1.Edward VIII, King of Great Britain. 2.Royal Family – Great Britain. #2002.159.1 (2190)
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY HB.5/ELIZ/1954(a)-(e)
[Journal, v.3, 1954] A historical sketch of the Royal progress in the Richmond River District; a souvenir of the visit of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II and H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. Lismore, the Society, 1954. (5 copies)
Note: v.1 & 2 held at HAN.3/RICH/R
1.Royal Tours - Australia, 1954.2.Richmond River District – History. #n.n. x 4; # 994.30s (1008)
PICTORIAL record of the Royal Visit to Lismore, HB.5/ELIZ/1954
February 9th-10th, 1954. Lismore, Lismore City Council, 1954.
1.Lismore – Photographs. 2.Royal Visits – Lismore, 1954. #993.42 (950)
POTTS, Annette HB.5/ELIZ/1954
Royal celebrations in Lismore and district: Commemorating the royal golden jubilee and the visit to Lismore on 9-10 February 1954 of Queen Elizabeth II
Lismore, RRHS, 2002. 38p, ill, 21cm
1. Lismore – History. 2. Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain – Tour of Australia, 1954. 3. Royal Tours – Australia, 1954. #2010.11.1
The ROYAL Tour of Australia and 923.1/ELIZ HB.5/ELIZ/1954
New Zealand, 1953-1954. Sydney, Consolidated Press, 1954.
Note: Lismore, pp.60-62.
1. Elizabeth II. 2. Royal Tours - Australia, 1954. 3. Royal Visits - Lismore, 1954. #2004.86.1
AUSTRALIAN NEWS AND INFORMATION BUREAU
Australia: Royal Visit commemorative volume, 1954. Canberra, Dept. of the Interior, 1954.
1.Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain – Royal Tours, 1954. 2.Royal Tours – Australia, 1954. #1970.3656 (1880)
DRINKWATER, J., ed. HB.5/GEOR/D
The Coronation of their majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, May 12th 1937: official souvenir programme. London, Odhams Press for King George’s Jubilee Trust, 1937.
1.Royal Families – Great Britain. 2.George VI, King of England – Coronation. I. King George’s Jubilee Trust. #2002.42.2 (1960)
SOUVENIR of Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee Procession, HB.5/VICT
June 22nd 1897. London, W.D. & H.O. Wills, 1897.
1.Victoria, Queen of Great Britain – Diamond Jubilee, 1897. #n.n. (694)
The LIFE of Queen Victoria. HB.5/VICT/B
Black & White Budget, 1901. (Queen Victoria Memorial Number)
1.Victoria, Empress of Great Britain. 2.Royalty – Great Britain. #1955.829d (474)
LONGFORD, Elizabeth HB.5/VICT/L
Victoria, R.I. London, Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1971. ISBN 0-297-17001-5.
1.Victoria, Empress of Great Britain. 2.Royalty – Great Britain. #2001.168.2 (1752)
Cemetery Indexes [(Ref) HB.7]
PIONEER memorial book: list of persons buried (Ref) HB.7/BALL
in old cemetery at East Ballina, 1853-1916. No publishing details.
1.Cemeteries – Ballina – Burials, 1853-1916. 2.Pioneers – Ballina. #1964.3100 (614)
RICHMOND TWEED FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/BALL
Index of transcriptions of pioneer wall (old cemetery) Ballina [and transcriptions of Rous and Tintenbar Cemeteries]. Ballina, the Group, 1991.
1.Cemeteries – Ballina (Pioneer Park) – Burials. 2.Cemeteries – Rous – Burials. 3.Cemeteries – Tintenbar – Burials. #1992.102 (638)
BANGALOW HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Ref) HB.7/BANG
High on the Hill: Bangalow Cemetery revisited [a transcript of the Bangalow Cemetery]. Bangalow, the Society, 2000.
1.Cemeteries – Bangalow – Burials. #2001.77 (1678)
BEXHILL Cemetery grave register: (Ref) HB.7/BEXH
Church of England [Anglican]. No publishing details.
1.Cemeteries – Bexhill – Burials. #1968.3502 (615)
BEXHILL Cemetery grave register: (Ref) HB.7/BEXH
Independent, Jewish, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic. No publishing details.
1.Cemeteries – Bexhill – Burials. #1968.3502 (616)
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/CASI
Burials: West Street Cemetery, Casino. Casino, the Group, 1989.
1.Cemeteries – Casino – Burials. #1989.51 (618)
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/CASI
West Street Cemetery, Casino, excluding Catholic sections. Casino, the Group, 2001.
1.Cemeteries – Casino – Burials. #2001.128 (1679)
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP 929.50994 (Ref) HB.7/CASI
Supplement to Catholic burials, West Street Cemetery, Casino
Casino, the Group, 2007.  p, ill., plan; 30 cm. ISBN 9780980427707
1. Cemeteries – Casino. 2. Catholics - Casino - Genealogy. #2008.119.5
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP 929.50994 (Ref) HB.7/CASI
Casino Lawn Cemetery & walls
Casino, the Group, first printed March 2000; revised & updated to 31st March 2005. 30 cm.
1. Casino Lawn Cemetery. 2. Cemeteries – Casino. #2008.119.7
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/CORA/C
Coraki cemetery. Compiled by Robyn Nesbitt
Casino, the Group, 2002. ISBN 0-9578186 4 5
1.Cemeteries – Coraki – Burials. #2008.119.2
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP 929.50994 (Ref) HB.7/EVAN/C
Evans Head & Woodburn Cemeteries
Casino, the Group, 2007. (unpaged) ; 30 cm. ISBN 0957818696
1. Cemeteries - Evans Head. 2. Cemeteries – Woodburn. #2008.119.4
CLARENCE RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
929.3/GRAF/C (Ref) HB.7/GRAF
Burials in the Grafton District, 1850-1896 [a chronological listing from various sources]. Grafton, the Society, 1985. ISBN 0-9599954-4-7
Indexed separately by Margaret Henderson, 2001.
1. Cemeteries – Grafton. I. Henderson, Margaret Laura. Grafton Burials Index, 1850-1896. #2004.107 (2009)
WILKINSON, Theon HB.7/INDI/W
Two monsoons: [an index to ex-patriots buried in India]. London, Duckworth, 1976.
1.Cemeteries – India – Burials (British). #2001.105 (1685)
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/KYOG/C
Kyogle cemetery inscriptions. Casino, the Group, 1994. ISBN 0-646-20322-3.
1.Cemeteries – Kyogle – Burials. #1999.049.2 (1420)
CASINO AND DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/KYOG/C
Casino, the Group, 2006. ISBN 0-9578186-7X.
1.Cemeteries – Kyogle – Burials. #2008.119.3
CHILDS, Bernard comp (Ref) HB.7/LISM/C
Catholic cemetery Barham Street East Lismore. Compiled from headstone inscriptions and council and undertaker records, 1 June, 1997
Lismore, the compiler, 1997. 12p, 30cm
1. Cemeteries – Lismore – Burials #2008.33.1
LISMORE CITY COUNCIL (Ref) HB.7/LISM/L
East Lismore cemetery plans
Lismore, the council, 2009. 34p, maps, 44cm
1. Cemeteries – Lismore – Burials #2009.130.1
MANWARING, Glenda D., comp. (Ref) HB.7/LISM
William Riley & Son, funeral directors, Lismore, N.S.W.: index July 1935 to December 1945. Daisy Hill, Q., the author, 2001. (2 copies)
1.Cemeteries – Lismore – Burials. 2.William Riley & Sons, Lismore (funeral directors) - Indexes. 3.Funeral Directors – Lismore. #2001.134; #2005.41 (1795)
MACLEAN DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Ref) HB.7/MACL
Lower Clarence Cemetery list. Maclean, the Society, 1996. ISBN 0-909323-12-5. (2 copies)
1.Cemeteries – Maclean – Burials. 2.Cemeteries – Clarence River District – Burials. #1996.54; #2004.103 (1139)
TWEED RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Ref) HB.7/MURW
Cemetery lists: Banner Street Cemetery, Murwillumbah. Murwillumbah, the Society, c.1996.
1.Cemeteries – Murwillumbah (Banner Street) – Burials. [Reference: Banner Street Cemetery] #1996.72 (162)
MANNING-WALLAMBA FAMILY HISTORY SOC. (Ref) HB.7/REDB
Burial records: Redbank. Taree, the Society, 1989. ISBN.1-875190-06-6
1. Cemeteries – Redbank. #2004.106 (2010)
SIGLEY, Viv (Ref) HB.7/TUCK/S
Tucki Tucki Cemetery: Cemetery Survey Overview
Typescript, c1986. Spiral bound
1.Cemeteries – Tucki Tucki – Burials. #2008.97.1
GOLD COAST FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/TWEE
Old Cemetery Florence Street, Tweed Heads, N.S.W.: monumental inscriptions with additional information on unmarked graves. Southport, the Group, 1995. ISBN 0-646-237-66-7.
1.Cemeteries – Tweed Heads – Burials. #1995.61 (178)
GOODWIN, Leeanne, comp. 929.3/WAR/G (Ref) HB.7/WARD/G
Wardell Cemetery: transcript of the inscriptions. Empire Vale, the author, 1996. ISBN 0-646-28000-7.
1.Cemeteries – Wardell – Burials. #1996.48 (167)
CASINO & DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/WEST/C (a)
West of the range cemeteries.
Casino, the group, 2002. ISBN 0957818637
1. Cemeteries – Baryulgil. 2. Cemeteries – Bonalbo. 3. Cemeteries – Drake. 4. Cemeteries – Fairfield-Drake. 5. Cemeteries – Lionsville. 6. Cemeteries – Lunatic Gully. 7. Cemeteries – Mallanganee. 8. Cemeteries – Millera Flat. 9. Cemeteries – Old Bonalbo. 10. Cemeteries – Paddys Flat 11. Cemeteries – Pretty Gully. 12. Cemeteries – Sandilands. 13. Cemeteries – Sandy Hill/Poverty Point. 14. Cemeteries – Tabulam. 15. Cemeteries – Tooloom. 16. Cemeteries – Woodenbong. 17. Cemeteries – Yulgilbar. #2008.71.1
CASINO & DISTRICT FAMILY HISTORY GROUP (Ref) HB.7/WEST/C (b)
West of the range cemeteries & burials.
Casino, the group, Rev ed 2007. ISBN 0957818688
1. Cemeteries – Baryulgil. 2. Cemeteries – Bonalbo. 3. Cemeteries – Drake. 4. Cemeteries – Fairfield-Drake. 5. Cemeteries – Legume. 6. Cemeteries – Lionsville. 7. Cemeteries – Lunatic Gully. 8. Cemeteries – Mallanganee. 9. Cemeteries – Mallanganee. 10. Cemeteries – Millera Flat. 11. Cemeteries – Old Bonalbo. 12. Cemeteries – Paddys Flat. 13. Cemeteries – Pretty Gully. 14. Cemeteries – Sandilands. 15. Cemeteries – Sandy Hill/Timbarra Tableland/Poverty Point. 16. Cemeteries – Tabulam. 17. Cemeteries – Tooloom/Boorook. 18. Cemeteries – Urbenville. 19. Cemeteries – Woodenbong. 20. Cemeteries – Yulgilbar/Heifer Station. #2008.119.6
MANWARING, Glenda D. 929.3/WOL (Ref) HB.7/WOLL/M
At the crossroads; the story of St Pauls Church and the Wollongbar Cemetery. Kingston, Q., the author, 1996. ISBN 0-646-28830-x.
1.St Pauls Anglican Church, Wollongbar. 2.Anglican Churches – Wollongbar. 3.Cemeteries – Wollongbar – Burials. #1997.010 (1142)
MANWARING, Glenda D. (Ref) HB.7/WOLL/M
The Identities: [burials at Wollongbar Cemetery]. Brisbane, the author, 1999.
1.Cemeteries – Wollongbar – Burials. 2.Pioneers – Wollongbar. #n.n. (1536)
Family Histories [HB.8]
ADAMS, Elizabeth HB.8/ADAM/A
Sunlight and shadows: the lives and times of William and Mary Ann Adams and their descendants, 1800-2000. Kareela, the author, 2000.
1.Adams Family History, 1800-2000. #2000.082 (1672)
MCMILLAN, C.W., Mrs, comp. HB.8/AINS/M
The Ainsworth family in Australia: Thomas Ainsworth, 1812-1864, and children James, Jane and Susan. Brisbane, the author, n.d. Duplicated copy.
1.Ainsworth Family History. 2.Ainsworth, Thomas, 1812-1864. #1982.4933 (1524)
ALCORN, A.F.W. HB.8/ALCO/A
Alcorn early history [including passenger listings], by A.F.W. and D.M. Alcorn. Sydney, the authors, 1987.
1.Alcorn Family History. I. Alcorn, D.M., jt. author. #1987.27 (488)
ARNETT, Narelle HB.8/ALCO/A
A tribute to Robert and Ellen Alcorn at Newrybar and Knockrow celebrating 120 years from 1889 to 2009
Ballina, the author, 2009. 112p, ill, 30cm
1.Alcorn Family History. #2009.144.1
ALEXANDER, Kerrie HB.8/ALEX/A
Pioneer origins: a family history. Kiama, the author, 1977.
1.Alexander Family History. 2. Dudgeon Family History. 3. Fredericks Family History. 4. Rutledge Family History. 5. Wood Family History. #1978.4590 (489)
BRYANT, Colin, comp. HB.8/ARMB/B
Armbruster history. Lismore, the author, c.1997.
1.Armbruster Family History. #1997.104 (1119)
BRYANT, Colin, comp. HB.8/ARMB/B
A History of the family of Ludwig (Louis) Frederick Armbruster of the Hunter and Richmond Rivers of New South Wales, compiled by Colin Bryant and edited by James Tully. Canberra, Jim Tully, 2001.
1.Armbruster Family History. 2.Pioneers – Richmond River District. I. Tully, James Robert, ed. #2001.126 (1755)
TULLY, James Robert, comp. HB.8/ARMB/T
Biographical register, 1788-2001, of selected pioneer families of the South and Far North Coasts of New South Wales. Canberra, the author, 2001.
1.Armbruster Family History. 2.Pioneers – Richmond River District. #2001.125 (1756)
MCLEAY, Keith HB.8/ARMS/M(a)-(b)
Disputed Plain: Armstrongs and their magnificent horses. Lismore, the author, n.d. ISBN 1-86252-555-2. (2 copies)
1.Armstrong Family History. 2.Disputed Plains – History. 3.Horses and Horse Racing – Richmond River District. #1955.687.33; #2005.147 (490)
ARTHUR, W.E. HB.8/ARTH/A(a)-(b)
150 years of the Arthurs in Australia, 1838-1988. Lismore, Northern Star, 1988. (2 copies)
1.Arthur Family History, 1838-1988. 2.Pioneers – Richmond River District. #1988.43; #2004.130 (491)
LUMLEY, Doris HB.8/ATTE/L
Samuel Robert Attewell, 1841-1909, by Doris and Jim Lumley. No publishing details, 1990. Typewritten.
1.Attewell, Samuel Robert, 1841-1909. 2. Attewell Family History. 3.Pioneers – Alstonville. 4.Pioneers - Empire Vale. I. Lumley, Jim, jt. author. #1992.41 (492)
BRYANT, Colin, comp. HB.8/BAIL/B
The Bailey-Eyears history. Lismore, the author, c.1997. Computer printout.
1.Bailey Family History. 2.Eyears Family History. #1997.105 (1120)
BAILEY, Neville HB.8/BAIL/B
One hundred years at Nandabah, 1892-1992. Unpublished family history, c.1992.
1.Bailey Family History. 2.Nandabah (property). 3.Myrtle Creek – History. #2002.570 (1173)
BAILEY, Edward, 1923- HB.8/BAIL/B
The Baileys of Papworth Everard, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England, 1754-1993. Moragfield, Q., the author, 1992.
1.Bailey Family History, 1754-1993. #1995.34 (213)
MORRIS, Harry HB.8/BAKE/M
Sergeant William Baker First Fleet Marine and Susannah Huffnell: Founders of an Australian “First Fleeters” family. Baker, Huffnell, Hayes, Girard, Morris.
Lindfield, the author, 1998. 78p, ill, 30cm
1. Baker Family History. 2 Huffnell Family History. #2007.69.1
LETTERS of Barker family, Ettrick. HB.8/BARK
No publishing details. Typewritten.
1.Barker Family History. 2.Ettrick Forest Station – History. #1955.802a (494)
RALSTON, Mary A. HB.8/BARN/R
A Man from Cumberland, 1818-1896: a pictorial family history of Henry Barnes. Bonalbo, the author, 1998.
1.Barnes Family History. 2.Barnes, Henry, 1818-1896. 3.Wooroowoolgen Station. 3.Cassino Station. #1998.088 (1403)
HIGHAM, Robyn HB.8/BARR/H
A History of Thomas Barrett, 1856-1928 and his wife Mary Sallaway, 1866-1935. Grafton, the author, 1991.
1.Barrett Family History. 2.Sallaway Family History. #1992.71 (493)
WHITE, Wendy, comp. HB.8/BAUE/W
Family tree of Frederick (Friedrich) Bauer. Bundaberg, printout, 1984. Computer printout.
1.Bauer Family History. #2002.571 (Howell) (1404)
BAZZANA, Eric HB.8/BAZZ
From San Martino to Nimbin. Nimbin, the author, 2004.
1. Bazzana Family History. 2. Immigrants – Italian. 3. Nimbin – History. #2005.128 (2122)
HOYLE, Evelyn A., comp. HB.8/BERN/H
The George and Sarah Bernie family history. Kippa-Ring, Q., the author, 1997.
1.Bernie Family History. [Reference: Birney]. #1997.058 (1156)
ARMSTRONG, Jim, comp. HB.8/BLAC/A
Black family history: [genealogical information of Black, Hindmarsh, Bryen, and related families]. Moorooka, Q., J. Armstrong, 2003.
1. Black Family History. 2. Hindmarsh Family History. 3. Bryen Family History. #2003.108 (2123)
STREET, Gwendolyn Monica HB.8/BONN/S(v.1-v.2)
Annals of the Bonnell family of Lichfield, Staffordshire, England and Australia [including a second volume with additional information]. 2 vols. Nambour, Q., the author, 1995-6.
1.Bonnell Family History. #1996.80.1 & 2 (163)
WRIGHT, Bill HB.8/BOWM/W
Henry Lavington Bowman and Henrietta Skennar: a short story and genealogy report, by Bill and Margaret Wright. Tweed Heads, the authors, 1998.
1.Bowman Family History. 2.Skennar Family History. I. Wright, Margaret, jt. author. #1999.009 (1405)
MIKKELSEN, Nola J. (nee BRADFORD), comp. HB.8/BRAD/M1
Bradford family tree, 1814-1984, Sussex-Australia, compiled by Nola J. Mikklesen (nee Bradford). 5 parts in 1 vol. Warwick, the author, 1984.
Note: An additional copy of Part 1 held as separate volume. (M2???)
Pt.1. Descendants of Sarah Maria Willett, 1846-1921, and Thomas William Bradford, 1846-1984. pt.2.George Bradford. pt.3. Susan Sarah Bradford. pt.4. Harriet Bradford. pt.5.James Bradford.
1.Bradford Family History. 2.Goldsmith Family History. 3.Willett Family History. #1984.5061.1 (495); #1984.5061.2 (pt..1 only) (497)
BRAY, Florence M. 994.43/TWEE/B HB.8/BRAY/B
My mother told me: memories of a pioneer family, edited by Noella Elworthy (nee Bray). Cudgen, Elworthy, 1997. ISBN 0-646-32501-9.
1.Tweed River District – History. 2.Bray Family History. I. Elworthy, Noella (nee Bray), ed. #998.028 (1603)
KINSMAN, Mary, comp. HB.8/BRAY/K
Back to the Tweed, a history of Joshua and Gertrude Bray, James and Isabella Bray and James and Anna Rowland. Sydney, Young Endeavour Publishing Services, 1991.
1.Bray Family History. 2.Rowland Family History. 3.Tweed River District – History. #1992.107.1
KINSMAN, Mary HB.8/BRAY/K
Joshua Bray: a Tweed Valley pioneer
Chatswood, Bannerman Bros, 2007. 92 p; ill., 21 cm.
1.Bray Family History. 2.Gray Family History. 3.Rowland Family History. 4.Nixon Family History. 5.Tweed River District – History. #2007.155.1
BRECKENRIDGE, M. HB.8/BREC/B
Mills, merchants and migrants: the Breckenridge story. Thornleigh, the author, 1992.
1.Breckenridge Family History. 2.Timber Mills. #1992.86 (499)
EDWARDS, Noel HB.8/BROW/E
Descendants of William Browning. Computer printout (no details).
1. Browning, William. 2. Browning Family History. #2005.208.0. (2273)
SMITH, Esme HB.8/BROW/S
The Browning story: tracings from the past. Alstonville, the author, 2001.
1.Browning Family History. 2.Brown Family History. 3.Pioneers – Richmond River District. #2002.30 (1871)
BRUXNER, Michael, Sir HB.8/BRUX/B
The Shield Brand: records of a pioneer family. Sydney, the author, 1967.
1.Bruxner Family History. 2.Tenterfield – History. 3.Sandilands – History. 4.Dyraaba – History. #1969.3547 (500)
BRYANT, Colin, comp. HB.8/BRYA/B
Bryants from Somerset. Lismore, the author, c.1997.
1.Bryant Family History. #1997.106 (1121)
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY HB.8/BUND
WYANGARIE: The Bundocks [a collection of items retyped from RRHS files by Ernest R. Simons]. Lismore, Simons, E.
Contents: (1) W.C. Bundock & A.F. Bundock by R.L. Dawson [originally published in the Northern Star 1940]. (2) The Pioneers comprising of a) article from the RRHS files, b) The Late Miss Bundock Reminiscences of her Life [originally published in the Northern Star 6 Sept 1922].c) article from the RRHS files. (3) Early Days: When wants were few [newspaper cutting dated 1 May 1931]. (4) Living Links with the Past [newspaper cutting dated 7 July, 1939]. (5) Pioneering Family [originally published in the Northern Star 16 August, 1911]. (6) Early History Recalled [Rough notes by the late N.C. Hewitt]. (7) Old Wyangarie Station: Days when food was short [originally published in the Casino & Kyogle Courier Diamond Jubilee supplement 1922]. (8) W.C. Bundock & Wyangarie by W.J. Stewart McKay. (9) Wife’s Memior. (10) Some notes showing character & ability of Mary Ellen Bundock & others data by L.T.D Feb 1964. (11) Extracts from memoirs of Mary Bundock of Wyangarie. (12) Copy of letter from M. Bundock to H.G. Hewitt. (13) Aboriginal Folk Lore. (14) Mrs Bundocks’s Memoirs (Incomplete) by Nicholas Barlow, by Mrs Olive Towner Mortimer, broadcast 1954 by Mrs Edna Tucker.
1. Bundock Family History. 2. Bundock, W.C. 3. Wyangarie – History #2007.117.1
BUSHELL, Edward James (Ted) HB.8/BUSH/B (a)-(b)
A History of the Bushell family founded in Australia by John Richard Bushell, born Margate, Kent 5 June 1814. Melbourne, the author, 2005. 2nd ed: 2007
1. Bushell Family History. 2. Ballina – History. 3. Bushell, John Richard. #2005.188.1 #2009.35.1
COOKE, Stuart HB.8/CAM/C
Oceans, rivers and dreams: the story of the Cams and Cam & Sons. Sydney, David Cam, 2006.
1. Cam Family History. 2. Cam & Sons – History. 3. Fishing Industry – N.S.W. 4. Immigrants, Italian. [Reference: Caminiti] #2006.34.1 (2274)
BUINING, Barbara HB.8/CAMP/B
Campbell connections. Sections: Martin family: Descendancy of John Archibald Campbell
179p, ill, 30cm
1. Campbell, Robert. 2. Martin Family History. 3. Campbell Family History #2008.47.1
NORTHWOOD, Edward W. HB.8/CART/N
Defend the fold: Cartwright family history, 1625-1983 [Robert Cartwright and his sons]. Sydney, the author, 1984. ISBN 0-959-2478-1-5.
1.Cartwright Family History. #1986.5157 (502)
CHILCOTT, Bernard W. HB.8/CHIL/C (a)-(b)
Chilcott family register [Robert Chilcott, 1853-1907, and Elizabeth Chilcott (nee Henry), 1856-1931]. Lismore, the author, 1989. 2 Copies
1.Chilcott Family History. #1989.49 (503) #2008.136.1
CHILCOTT, Bernard W HB.8/CHIL/C (a)-(b)
Summerhills. [Fictional story of Tommy Chilcott]
The author, 1989. 171 pgs, 29cm 2 copies
1. Chilcott Family History. #2009.135.1a & b
The CHITTICK family history, 1880-1980 HB.8/CHIT/C(a)-(b)
[Thomas Chittick and family]. Kiama, Weston Publishers, 1980. ISBN 0-95947150-2. (2 copies)
1.Chittick Family History. #1980.4801; #2002.102 (504)
PATTERSON, Pauline HB.8/CLAR/P
A History of the Clarks on the Clarence River [Thomas Clark, 1824-1897, and Alice Clark (nee Hughes), 1825-1891]. No publishing details.
1.Clark Family History. #1977.4457 (505)
STEVENS, John F. HB.8/COLL/S
The Collins family of Telemon and Marroon Stations. North Tamborine, Q., the author, 1961.
1. Collins, Thomas, Capt. 2. Collins Family History. 3. Telemon Station. 4. Marroon Station. #1962.2785 (1984)
KELLY, Eileen, Sister HB.8/CONN/K
The Fruit of light: from Clifton to Lismore; the family of Denis Paul Connolly and Ellen (nee Gallagher) with a focus on the life of Eileen Mary, known in religion as Sister Mary Paul. Toowoomba, McDonald & Rosbrook, 1996. ISBN 0-646-27923-8.
1. Connolly Family History. 2. Connolly, Denis Paul. 3. Connolly, Eileen Mary (Sister Mary Paul). 4. Presentation Sisters – Lismore. #2003.235 (2248)
MUNRO, Allan Angus HB.8/COOK/M
Corkerbeg to Cuyahoga and Kiama. Sydney, the author, 1991. ISBN 0-9590641-17.
1.Cooke Family History. #1991.36 (506)
O’DONOGHUE, Deann HB.8/COOK/O
From the heart: stories from descendants of Robert and Catherine Cook. Brookfield, Q., Cook Family Reunion committee, 2005. ISBN 0-646-45619-9
1. Cook family. 2. Cook, Robert. 3. Cook, Catherine (nee Roach). I. Cook Family Reunion Committee. #2007.48.1 (2352)
NESBITT, Robyn (nee COX) HB.8/COXK/N
The Cox story. Casino, the author, 1991.
1.Cox Family History. I. Cover Title: The Cox family story. #1991.31 (507)
LEE, Marelle (nee MCPHEE, prev.PETERS), comp. HB.8/CRAV/L
Collection of material on McPhee, Cravigan, Aked and associated families, compiled by Marelle Lee. No publishing details.
1.McPhee Family History. 2.Cravigan Family History. 3.Aked Family History. 4.Pioneers – Northern Rivers District. #2000.060.3 (1528)
WILSON, Ross HB.8/CRAW/W(a)-(b)
The Crawford family tree. Lismore, the author, n.d. (2 copies)
1.Crawford Family History. #1979.4658; #1978.4597 (508)
CUPPITT, Eric HB.8/CUPP/C
Cupitt family history sheets. Family tree, 1998.
1.Cupitt Family History. #1998.051 (1459)
DAGG, Kelvin L., comp. HB.8/DAGG/D
Dagg family: Boris-o-Kane to Kilgin. Taree, the author, 2006. ISBN 0-646-46190-7
1. Dagg Family History. #2007.79.1 (1065)
GILLIGAN, Graham, comp. HB.8/DODD/G
The Dodd connection. Lismore, Dragonwick, 2006.
1. Dodd Family History. 2. Dodd, John William. #2006.35.1 (2216)
GILLIGAN, Graham, comp. HB.8/DODD/G/2
The Dodd connection. 2nd ed. (revised). Lismore, APHS (a division of Dragonwick), 2007.
Contains revisions and corrections.
1. Dodd Family History. 2. Dodd, John William. #2006.35.1 [same as 1st ed.] (2353)
LUCAS, Lorna, comp. HB.8/DODD/L
Dodd family history: collection of papers and photographs. Lismore, the author, 2003.
1v. (unpaged). photocopy.
1. Dodd Family History. #2003.534 (2019)
DORROUGH, Gordon Victor HB.8/DORR/D(a)-(b)
From Dapto to Dunoon: the Dorrough family story [Matthew and Martha Jane Dorrough]. No publishing details. (2 copies)
1.Dorrough Family History. 2.Timber Industry. 3.Cattle Breeding. #1985.5103; #1997.138 (509)
MACDONALD, Elsie HB.8/DORR/M
Matthew Dorrough, Illawarra pioneer, by Elsie and Colin Macdonald. Aranda, C.G. Macdonald, 1991. ISBN 0-646-05581-x.
Includes information on William Alcorn & family; Macdonald family.
1.Dorrough Family History. 2.Alcorn Family History. 3.Macdonald Family. #1992.54 (510)
MCDONALD, Elsie (nee SIMES) HB.8/DORR/M
A Family history: history of the Dorrough, Simes, Alcorn, Knight family. Lismore, the author, 1969.
Retyped by Ernie Simons.
1. Dorrough Family History. 2. Simes Family History. 3. Alcorn Family History. 4. Knight Family History. #n.n. (2275)
POTTS, Annette (nee DOWNS) HB.8/DOWN/P
In that beautiful land: John William Downs and Catherine McKinnon, and the coming of their families to the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, by A. Potts and M. Lester. Lennox Head, Karma Press, 2002. ISBN ?
1. Downs Family History. 2. Dunstan Family History. I. Lester, Marlene (nee PICKUP), jt. author. #2002.108.2 (1974)
BURKE, Molly, Mrs HB.8/DUDG/B
The Dudgeon family. Typewritten (in spring binder), 1989.
1.Dudgeon Family History. #1989.54 (511)
PLAYFORD, Margaret HB.8/DUNC/P
Dundee to Duck Creek Mountain: the Duncans from Dundee, by Margaret and Rosemary Playford. Alstonville, the authors, 1999.
1.Duncan Family History. 2.Pioneers – Alstonville. I. Playford, Rosemary, jt. author. #1999.059 (1529)
DURACK, Mary 929.2/DURA HB.8/DURA/D
Kings in grass castles. London, Constable, 1959.
1. Durack Family. 2. Cattle Industry – Northern Australia. #2003.102 (1935)
HAYWARD, Dennis, comp. HB.8/DWYE/H
A Coopers family: the Backforest/Coolangatta Dwyers, pre-1800 to World War I. Coolangatta, the author, 1997.
1.Dwyer Family History. #1997.123 (1123)
EASTMENT, Noel James HB.8/EAST/E
Eastment Lane: before and after…,1770-1998. Annangrove, the author, 1998.
1.Eastment Family History. 2.Wyrallah – History. #1999.001 (1406)
SAINT PIERRE, John HB.8/EATH/S
A History of the Eather family: two hundred years in Australia, 1790-1990: vol.2. Ann Eather and her descendants. Eather Family History Committee, c.1990.
1.Eather Family History. I. Eather Family History Committee. #1994.40 (512)
MCKINNON, Anorah Margaret (nee EDWARDS) HB.8/EDWA/M
Benjamin Edwards, 1829-1890, Richmond River cedar cutter. Alstonville, the author, 2001.
1. Edwards, Benjamin, 1829-1890. 2. Edwards Family History. 3. Cedar Cutters. #2003.161.2 (2135)
MCKINNON, Anorah Margaret (nee EDWARDS) HB.8/EDWA/M
Benjamin Edwards, Northern Rivers teacher. Alstonville, the author, 2003.
1. Edwards, Benjamin, Jnr. 2. Edwards Family History. 3. Teachers – Northern Rivers District. #2003.161.1 (2305)
ENGLISH, Peter B. HB.8/ENGL/E
North to the timbers: [William English and family]. No publishing details.
1.English Family History. 2.Mullumbimby – History. #1965.3171 (513)
ROSS, Valerie HB.8/EVER/R
Cornstalks: a genealogy. Sydney, Library of Australian History, 1980. ISBN 0-90812039-7.
1.Everingham Family History. #1980.4800 (514)
FLITCRAFT, Wendy HB.8/FLIT/F
From Manchester to Macquarie: [Job and Jane Flitcraft]. Inala, Q., the author, n.d.
1.Flitcraft Family History. #1983.5010 (515)
FORD family history: [A.S. Ford and the Salvation Army]. HB.8/FORD
Handwritten; includes photographs.
1.Ford family History. 2.Salvation Army – North Coast Region – History. #1969.3562 (516)
TAMSITT, Mignon, comp. HB.8/FORD/T
Fording the generations: the story of the Ford family in Australia since their arrival in 1839. Lismore, SCU, 1997. ISBN 0-646-31695-8
1.Ford Family History. 2.Pioneers – Northern N.S.W. 3.Ford, John, 1816-1901. #2002.161.1 (2192)
FOWLER, Lionel Arthur HB.8/FOWL/F
Malua: four centuries of Fowler family history, 1935-1985: [William Thomas Fowler, and Rishworth and Cartwright families]. Sydney, the author, 1985. ISBN 0-9589493-01.
1.Fowler Family History. 2.Rishworth Family History. 3.Cartwright Family History. #1986.5158 (517)
BENDESY, Betty Jean (nee FRASER), comp. HB.8/FRAS/B
Fraser family history [collection of articles, photographs, etc.]. Cooma, the author, 1996. Typewritten.
1.Fraser Family History. #1999-090 (1407)
FREDERICKS family history: 3 parts bound together. HB.8/FRED
Lismore, Richmond River Historical Society, 2002.
Pt.1.Fredericks family and family extracts from pioneer origins: a family history, by Kerrie Alexander; pt.2.James Fredericks family story, by Francis Clarence Fredericks; pt.3.Fredericks family story, by Ivy Ethel Irvine.
Note: Part 3 also held separately.
1.Fredericks Family History. I. Alexander, Kerrie…II. Fredericks, Francis Clarence…III. Irvine, Ivy Ethel… #2002.80 [#n.n.; #1979.4702; #n.n.] (1906)
IRVINE, Ivy Ethel, 1896- HB.8/FRED/I
The Fredericks family story. Jamberoo, the author, 1975. ISBN 0-9596992-01.
Note: Another copy bound as part of Fredericks family history…
1.Fredericks Family History. #1997.082 (1124)
FREEMAN, David HB.8/FREE/F
The history and family of William and Catherine Freeman, 1804-1989. Taree, the author, 1989. ISBN.0-7316-5510-9
1. Freeman Family History. #2004.111 (2002)
FRITH, James Hamilton III HB.8/FRIT/F
Pedigree of John Frith the martyr. Handwritten.
1.Frith Family History. #1993.33 (518)
TIMBRELL, Margaret E. (nee GARRARD) HB.8/GARR/T(a)-(b)
Pillars of earth: the story of Henry and Mary Garrard and Augustus Leycester, by M.E. Timbrell and M.C. McKenna. Lismore, the authors, 1985. (2 copies)
1.Garrard Family History. 2.Leycester, August. 3.Booerie – History. I. McKenna, Margaret C., jt. author. #1985.5145; #1985.5145a (519)
GAY, R.E. HB.8/GAY/G
A history of the Gay family
Marsfield, NSW, the author, 1980. 109p, ill, charts, 30cm, ISBN 0 9594399 0 0
1. Gay Family history #2010.25.1
BALDWIN, Bride C., Sister HB.8/GERA/B
Opening the Geraghty book: [Patrick Geraghty and Martha Foley]. Lismore, Lismore City Printery, 1994.
1.Geraghty Family History. #1994.55 (520)
BALDWIN, Bride C., Sister HB.8/GERA/B
The Geraghty story continues. Bellingen, the author, 2003.
1. Geraghty Family History. #2006.5 (2064)
GIGGINS, Ron HB.8/GIGG/G
The Family of John and Susannah Giggins. Typewritten.
1.Giggins Family History. #1985.5129 (521)
MORRIS, Harry HB.8/GIRD/M
The life and family of Francose Girard and Mary Hayes
Lindfield, the author, 2005. 40p, ill, 30cm
1. Girard Family History. 2 Hayes Family History #2007.69.2
GORDON, Geoffrey W. HB.8/GORD/G
Some family history, from Gordon, through McCarthy, Knight, to Martin. Coffs Harbour, Gordon Marketing, 1992.
1. Gordon Family History. 2. McCarthy Family History. 3. Knight Family History. 4. Martin Family History. #2005.256.0 (2276)
CLARKE, Joyce May 929.2/GOR/C HB.8/GORT/C
Brothers George and Joseph Gorton, pioneer settlers, by J.M. Clarke and G.T. Irwin. Kempsey, Mount Gorton House, 1977.
1. Gorton Family History. 2.Gorton, George. 3.Gorton, Joseph. #1977.4544 (526)
CLARK, Joyce May HB.8/GORT/C
Northward bound: the story of William Henry Gorton, 1859-1935, a fifth son of Joseph and Jane Gorton of Clarencetown. Cobram, Vict., the author, 1978.
1.Gorton, William Henry, 1859-1935. 2. Gorton Family History. #1979.4712b (525)
WILSON, Ross 929.2/GRA/W HB.8/GRAH/W
The Graham family tree: [John Graham and Ann Charlton]. Typewritten, 1978.
1.Graham Family History. #1979.22.4
BRYANT, Colin Walmsley 929.2/GRA HB.8/GRAY/B
The Gray-Walmsley history. Lismore, the author, 1993.
1.Gray Family History. 2.Walmsley Family History. #1997.107 (1125)
GRAY, N.E. 929.2/GRA/G HB.8/GRAY/G
William and Agnes Gray family. Grafton, the author, n.d.
1.Gray Family History. #1986.5169 (527)
GRAY, Thomas J. 929.2/GRA/G HB.8/GRAY/G
A Gray history: [Casino District]. Lismore, the author, n.d.
1.Gray Family History. #1980.4786 (528)
RAWSON, Lynn 929.2/GRA/R HB.8/GRAY/R
Illawarra Grays. ??? the author, n.d.
1.Gray Family History. #1994.54 (529)
WILSON, Ross 929.2/GRA/W HB.8/GRAY/W
The Gray family tree: [John Gray and Mary Noble]. Typewritten, 1978.
1.Gray Family History. #1979.4658e (530)
GREEN, Laurie HB.8/GREE/G(a)-(b)
Leaves of Green, by Laurie Green and Clare Allen. Kyogle, the authors, n.d. ISBN 1-86-255-483-1. (2 copies)
1.Green Family History. 2.The Risk – History. #1986.5195; #2000.067.7 (531)
RICHMOND RIVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Greenhalgh papers [retyped from RRHS files by Ernie Simons]. Lismore, RRHS, 1999.
Contents: (1) Caroline Amelia Greenhalgh. (2) Obit of Caroline Amelia Greenhalgh (1913). (3) Joseph Greenhalgh. (4) From William Yabsley diary, 1871. (5) Mr Greenhalgh’s career. (6) A cedar getter’s life, transcribed by Miss E. Bray. (7) Involved tale of 15 million pounds (Coats family).
1. Greenhalgh Family History. 2. Cedar Cutters – Richmond River District. I. Yabsley, William. Diary, 1871. II. Bray, E., Miss. A cedar getter’s life. #n.n. (2163)
GREENSTREET, Eric Thomas (Tom) HB.8/GREE/G
The Greenstreet family. Kippa Ring, Q., the author, 2004.
1. Greenstreet Family History. #2005.241.0 (2290)
HALL, Glenleigh (Glen), d.1984 HB.8/GREE/H(a)-(d)
From Kent to Casino: a century in the lives of Greenstreet-Mackney families of the Northern Rivers. Typewritten, 1973. (4 copies)
Note: 1 printed copy also held.
1.Greenstreet Family History. 2.Mackney Family History. 3.Myrtle Creek – History. 4.Rappville – History. #1973.4084a; #1994.30h; #2002.575; #2000.067.8 (532)
HALL, Glenleigh (Glen), d.1984 HB.8/GREE/H
From Kent to Casino: a century in the lives of Greenstreet-Mackney families of the Northern Rivers., edited by Valerie Reed. Lismore, Glen Hall, 1973. ISBN 0-9598257-0-3.
Note: 4 typewritten copies also held.
1.Greenstreet Family History. 2.Mackney Family History. 3.Myrtle Creek – History. 4.Rappville – History. I. Reed, Valerie, ed. #1978.4567 (1408)
MACKNEY, Ian, comp. HB.8/GREE/M
Greenstreet family decadency chart. Computer printout, 1995.
1.Greenstreet Family History. #2002.574 (1531)
RITCHIE, Jean A. 929.2/GRI/R HB.8/GRIE/R