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This index is believed to cover all relevant extant records relating to New South Wales from 1787–1828, except for the Newcastle Register and the Methodist Church records, and selected records to 1957.Later entries are from tombstone inscriptions and the most recent from news-cuttings and relate only to comparatively few families.Almost all research must start with birth, marriage or death records.The information supplied on birth and marriage records tends to be fairly accurate, since details are supplied by parents and prospective couples.Convict Indents list the convicts transported to New South Wales.Early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually contain more information such as a physical description, native place, age and crime. Entries include lists of convicts attached to orders in council, convict indents, alphabetical indents (1788-1800), many with annotations relating to certificates of freedom, tickets of leave, pardons and other information (eg. This latest index is a valuable addition to our suite of online convict indexes and convict resources.Search for BDM records at the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages website » We hold microfilm copies of the Registers of Births Deaths and Marriages to 1856 (volumes 1–123).The registers are indexed in the NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages indexes.
Before doing anything else, try to further your knowledge of the family by 'quizzing' your relatives and studying any available family papers or documents such as family bibles or family photographs.
The microfilm copies of the registers are available in the reading room on Reels 5001–5048.
The registers are also part of the Archives Resources Kit (*ARK).
The spelling of surnames may change over time and before starting your research the possible variations should be considered.
Always remember to check any discrepancies in spelling against other sources, as clerical errors may have occurred in the original documents.