Hunter Valley Genealogy

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The Pre 1900 Hunter Valley Pioneers CD - Now reduced $30.00 [incl post/pack Australia] Over 700 pages documenting the lives of 426 pioneer families & their 7,300 descendants with many family photographs included - for more information go to the Forum
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PEREGRINATIONS OF A PASTORAL PARSON:                        
Journals of the Rev Alfred Glennie, published here with the permission of Malcolm & Ann Holmes
HUNTER VALLEY CEMETERIES                                                    
A list of all Cemeteries in the Hunter
   (including those no longer in existence)



THE NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT COLLIERIES 1830-1889          
A series of informative articles published in the Newcastle Morning Herald 1889 about some of the twenty seven collieries being worked at that time
Stockton Colliery Disaster, 1896
HUNTER VALLEY HISTORIC HOMES                                            

MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS                                                      
The Tompson Family, Bridge Builders
The Buxton Family, Newcastle
RELIGION & CHURCHES IN THE HUNTER VALLEY                    
Father Harold Campbell
A selection of Chapters from Father Harold Campbell's out of print publication 'The Diocese of Maitland 1866-1966'


Synagogues & the Jewish Community

HUNTER VALLEY PIONEER FAMILIES [Discontinued]
Hunter Valley FamiliesThe Hunter Valley Pioneer family surname pages have now been discontinued as most of the submitter email addresses are no longer contactable.

DISCOVERY & SETTLEMENT OF THE EARLY HUNTER            
The discovery of the Hunter River, its exploration and settlement of Newcastle & Maitland

The Hunter Valley is on the east coast of the State of New South Wales, Australia.
Click here for a map showing the location of all the towns in the area

THE CONVICT SETTLEMENT AT COAL RIVER                           
In 1822 the first of the reports of J.T. Bigge into the State of the Colony of New South Wales were published. Click here for the report on the Convict Settlement at Coal River.

Convicts at Newcastle 1811-1821
OLD MAITLAND                                                                                
A series of articles from the Newcastle Morning Herald which give valuable insight into the times and lives of those who lived in this area at the time of settlement
HUNTER VALLEY TOWNS                                                             










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