We have genealogists who perform in-depth research in the Hawkesbury Central Library in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia.

The collections include:

  • Mutch Index 1787-1814 covers St. Philip’s, Sydney; St. John’s, Parramatta and St. Matthew’s, Windsor church registers. 1815-1957 covers all Church of England registers to 1828 indexed from the Kerrison James Index. Includes St. Mary’s Roman Catholic records and Presbyterian Church records.
  • Parish registers often only surviving details regarding births, deaths & marriages
  • Arndell Index to Hawkesbury Pioneers
  • Censuses of 1828, 1841, 1891, & 1901
  • Indexes for Australian Births Deaths & Marriages
  • Ship and passenger lists
  • Will indexes
  • Directories
  • Electoral rolls
  • Convict records
  • Publican licenses
  • Land grants
  • Musters of New South Wales and Norfolk Island from 1800 to 1837
  • Tasmania, Civil Registration, 1803-1933
  • Cemetery transcriptions and burial registers
  • Church registers

  • Convict records from 1791 to 1875
  • Police Service Registers
  • Shipping records
  • Soldier Settlements and Registers of Settlement Purchases
  • Returned Soldier Miscellaneous files
  • School registers, applications and admissions
  • Hawkesbury newspapers from 1800s to present, including the Windsor & Richmond Gazette since 1888, The Sydney Gazette, Sydney Morning Herald

We’ll search records for you and email you digital images of what we find.

Research fees in the Hawkesbury Central Library NSW begin at $300 per project.

We also have Australia genealogists.

To request in-depth research, request a research quote.

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