Some Post Christmas Reading and Help Needed!

  When the Christmas festivities are over is the perfect time to sit down and do some family history research. Our latest Newsletter has lots of interesting leads so you may find a quick ‘look’ extends way beyond what you’d … Read more

Latest Newsletter Now Available

We’ve been so busy getting ready for Australian Library and Information Week (only a couple of days to go) that we forgot to mention that the latest edition of the Family History Newsletter is now available for you to download … Read more

Are you related to Joe Windred?

If you are you'll want a front row seat at the national launch of 'Mistaken Identity, The Trials of Joe Windred', by award-winning Australian author Stephen Dando-Collins on Friday 24 August. Imagine not once, but twice being mistaken for a … Read more

In Sickness and In Health

By Elisabeth Edwards $49.50 In Sickness and in Health takes an original approach in exploring how medicine shaped the history of Orange and the surrounding districts from the earliest days of settlement. Order Form

Canobolas Gardens Crematorium Inscriptions

$35.00 A record of the inscriptions on plaques in the Canobolas Gardens Crematorium, Orange. The inscriptions have been divided into locations and identified as much as possible by plaque numbers. Order Form

ANZAC Doctor

By Stuart Braga The life of Sir Neville Howse, VC, one of Australia’s most outstanding soldier-surgeons, Sir Neville Howse was awarded the Victoria Cross for his heroism during the Boer War, the first time it had been conferred on a … Read more

Orange and District Illustrated 1928

By Orange City Council $10.75 Gives an interesting picture of life in Orange in 1928 as well as providing a concise overview of the history of Orange to that date. An eyewitness view of part of the history of Orange. … Read more

A Vision Splendid – A History of Orange

By David Holmes, Andrew Honey & John Miller $39.95 This publication provides a chronological and historical perspective of Orange’s growth and development from its pioneering days in the mid 1800’s through to the mid 1950’s and 60’s. Order Form

WWI Centenary Community Project Begins

The call has gone out to families with connections to Orange to help find the names of all Orange’s ex-services personnel from World War I. Orange City Council has formed a Community Working Party in the lead up to plans … Read more

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