All about ‘Look Ups’ and how it works
Hello , in the past ,there has been normally no charge for research or advice or ‘look ups” but now I have to add a upfront charge of $10.00 . Depending on the amount of work required a additional charge may also be asked for and credit allowed for the upfront charge.
I am sorry for this but too many ask for help , never donate and some never even have the courtesy of a ‘thank you’.
Monies received are used to purchase resources which are then used for your research.
- that the time to search and find is the same time as as to search and not find.
- that I only search for surnames. So you may find a list of names some of which are of no interest to you.
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‘Look ups’ of selected records,
Re Police Gazettes.
Records available as at 1 Jan. 2016 – see also here
Anglican Marriages in East Maitland of Singleton & Patrick’s Plains residents – 51 marriages.
Anglican Baptism in East Maitland ditto – 139 baptisms
Anglican Burial at Whittingham – 323 entries
1839 Baptismal Registers of the Anglican Parish of Singleton – Whittingham from 1839.
1844 Baptismal Registers of the Anglican Parish of Warkworth 1844 to 1853.
1844 Baptismal Registers of the Anglican Parish of Falbrook – Camberwell 1844 to 1896.
1866 -67. Singleton Ratepayers and Landlords.
Singleton & District Postal Directories 1832 – 1884; 6457 entries.
Singleton & District Residents selected from Maitland Mercury, Singleton Times, Singleton Argus, Government Gazette, and censuses etc. – 4152 entries
Entries from the 1926 ‘Back to Singleton’ booklet. – 1215 entries.
Singleton Dairy Farmers 1913 – 1920
Singleton & Patricks Plains – Inns and Hotels 1825 – 1900
1847 – 1938 Mine workers (Hunter District) . Contains names of over 1695 mine workers who were seriously injured, many of them fatally, as a result of accidents between 1847 and 1938.
Convicts and Deserter. Over 1000 names of convicts who had had their ticket of leave (tol) cancelled and information re soldiers who had deserted.
1914. Registered Owners of Motor Vehicles (including taxi and motor lorries) + 9000 entries.
1885 Register of Medical Practitioners 1885. (this is also included in Residents of NSW Vol. 3)
1848 – 1850 Names of over 1500 applications for leasehold in the then pastoral districts of Bligh, Clarence River, Darling Downs, Gwydir, Lachlan, Liverpool Plains, Lower Darling, Macleay River, Maneroo, Moreton Bay, Murrumbidgee, New England and Wellington.
1848 and 1849. The Crown Lands Office received over 600 caveats against claims to leases of Crown land beyond the Settled Districts. Total of 1000 names +
1848, 1849 and 1850 -the names of over 800 applicants for leasehold in the then Victorian pastoral districts of Bourke, Gipps, Grant, Murray, Portland Bay, Western Port and Wimmera.
1885 Landholders 1885 (aka Residents of NSW 1885 Vol. 1). The names of 39,856 residents of NSW in 1884/1885.
1862- 1864 Conditional Purchasers. Contains the details of over 9,000 applications for the conditional purchase of Crown Land between 1st January 1862 and 30th September 1864. 1862
1884. Civil Service List for the year 1885. (aka Residents of NSW 1885 Volume 2) Contains 9100 entries.
Ongoing to date 42,000 + entries
1880 Newcastle Directory and Almanac for 1880
1881 Newcastle Directory and Almanac for 1881
1901 Newcastle and District Directory for 1901
1881 -82 Sands Country Directory for 1881 – 1882
1884 -85 Sands Country Directory for 1884 – 1885 for the following: – Macleay River District, Maitland District, Moree, Mudgee, Murrurundi, Newcastle, Parkes, Port Stephens, Raymond Terrace.
1889 / 1890 NSW Sands approx. 62,000 entries
1832 NSW James Raymond’s General Post Office Directory
1833 NSW Calendar and Post Office Directory
1878 Sands PO for:-
Aberdeen, Adaminaby, Adamstown, Adelong (part only), Anvil Creek, Appin, Appletree Flat, Araluen (part only), Ballina, Balranald, Barrangary, Barrington, Bateman’s Bay, Bega, Belford, Bell’s Creek, Bendolba (Dungog district), Bendemeer, Bergalia, Berrima, Binda, Bingera, Binnaway, Bishop’s Bridge, Black Springs, Blacktown, Blackville , Blackwall, Blandford, Blayney (part only), Boggabri, Bomadary (part only), Booral, Boro, Bourke, Bowenfields (part only), Branxton, Bridgeman, Bringelly, Broadmouth Creek, Brushgrove, Buchanan, Buckley’s Crossing Place (on the Snowy River), Budgee Budgee (part only), Byng ( Orange district), Cadia, Camberwell, Cassilis’ Castle Hill, Castlereagh, Cathcart, Catherine Hill Bay, Cavan, Cessnock, Chambers Creek (Wellington District), Charcoal Creek, Charlestown, Charleyong, Chatswood Island, Chessman’s Creek, Clarence Town, Clarendon (Gundagai District), Cobar, Concord, Condobolin, Coolac, Coolah, Cooma (part only), Coonamble, Coonabarabran, Coopernook , Cooranbong, Cootamundra (part only), Cowra, Murrurundi.
1914 -1918 Biography of selected World War 1 soldiers.
1898 NSW Country Directory of Tradespeople.
1861. Persons receiving goods from the Bench of Magistrates as result of flood at Windsor .
1862 NSW Government Gazette
1867 Samsons PO Directory of NSW
1888 Adeline Centennial History of NSW
1903 NSW Electoral Rolls – selected extracts
1913 NSW Electoral Roll – selected extracts