Orange Family History Group Newsletters

OFHG Newsletters Did you know that the Orange Family History Group publish a newsletter 3 times per year?  Editions are published in April, August and December.  These are delivered via email, and it is free to subscribe. If you would like … Read more






Orange Cemetery Database

A group of volunteers from the Orange Family History Group have devoted many years to collating details for the Orange Cemetery database. This is now available in excel spreadsheet format and is accessible online. The spreadsheet contains over 26,000 entries … Read more






Publications for sale

Browse through the list of local publications that we have for sale. Follow this link to view further details:      






What’s the deal with DNA research?

  Find out all about it at this information session at Orange City Library on Friday 28 February 9am – 10am. Free event. Discover why use DNA for family history research, how does it work, which test and which company, … Read more






Seeking Oral History Volunteers

People interested in capturing memories and recollections of the past are invited to help Orange City Council with upcoming Oral History projects. Volunteers can assist by recording stories and memories from residents in and around Orange or transcribe interviews using … Read more






Connections to The Springs?

Do you have a connection to The Springs? It was a transient settlement known mainly from memory. It was a mixed Aboriginal, European and Asian community remembered from the 1920s and 30s about 4kms from Orange, past the rifle range … Read more






History Guest Speakers at Orange

On Saturday 25th May you are invited to join Orange & District Historical Society when they host two distinguished guest speakers Dr Lisa Murray and Kylie Winkworth in the West Room at Orange Regional Gallery, 147 Byng Street, Orange from … Read more






History Alive: 1949 Memories

1949 was the foundation year for the Orange and District Historical Society and as part of their 70th anniversary celebrations they will dedicate the next History Alive session to a recollection of life in the city and district at that … Read more






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