Mailing lists are a great resource for researching your ancestors because you can connect with other researchers.  There are many mailing lists for New South Wales and the Central West Region.  We've highlighted just a few.  You can find other Australia and New South Wales related mailing lists by Clicking Here.

AUS-NSW-CENTRAL-L

Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in Central New South Wales, Australia, covering the towns of Nyngan, Dubbo, Parkes, Wagga Wagga, Albury, Griffith and Deniliquin

For more information, CLICK HERE.

 

AUS-NSW-ORANGE-DISTRICT-L

Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the city of Orange, New South Wales, Australia, and the surrounding District which includes the post- 1856 Parishes of Orange and Blayney and the pre-1856 Parishes of Carcoar (Church of England), Carcoar (Roman Catholic), Carcoar (Presbyterian), Kelso (Church of England), Kelso St. Michael's (Roman Catholic), Montefiores (Church of England), and Montefiores (Roman Catholic).

For more information, CLICK HERE.

 

AUS-NSW-BLUEMOUNTAINS-L

Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the Blue Mountains area of New South Wales, Australia, including Katoomba, Bilpin, Leura, Springwood, Hartley, Lithgow, and other nearby towns.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

 

AUS-NSW-CEMETERIES-L

Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in the "resting places" of their families in New South Wales, Australia.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

AUS-NSW-CHURCHES-L

Topic: A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding churches, chapels and places of worship in New South Wales, Australia, with the focus on the period from 1788 to 1900.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

AUS-NSW-SE-L

Topic: A mailing list for anyone with historical and genealogical interests in New South Wales (NSW), Australia. This list will focus on the south-east portion of NSW, with particular emphasis on the coastal area from Helensburgh to the Victorian border and westward to the Great Divide.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

 




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