Welcome to the NorthernGenWeb
(a county project of the NSWGenWeb)

The Northern region of New South Wales (often referred to as the New England district) is characterised by foothills and plains to the west; and vast tablelands in the east. It spans an area of 98,606 square kilometres; its two major cities are Tamworth and Armidale.  Twelve shires and regional councils comprise the Northern Region - Armidale Regional Council, Glen Innes Severn Council, Gunnedah Shire, Gwydir Shire, Inverell Shire, Liverpool Plains Shire, Moree Plains Shire, Narrabri Shire, Tamworth Regional Council, Tenterfield Shire, Uralla Shire and Walcha Shire.

POSITION VACANT: A volunteer is required to fill the vacant position of County Coordinator.  As Coordinator you would be responsible for maintaining the County GenWeb website.  Reporting directly to the State Coordinator, a County Coordinator liaises with the Local GenWeb Coordinators, providing guidance and assistance if required.  Existing Local GenWeb Coordinators are welcome to apply for the position.  Please contact the Australian Coordinator for further information


Armidale Family History Group
Guyra Cemetery Register
Land of the Beardies History House Museum & Research Centre - Glen Innes, NSW
Tenterfield Cemeteries
Rural Burials Tenterfield Register 1856 -1918 (PDF 347kb)

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