CABOOLTURE FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH GROUP
Phone: 5428 2018
Welcome to our new Members – Janne Cawthorne, Kenneth Simmonds, John Collie, Maria McKenzie and James & Dianne Carr
DATES TO REMEMBER
27th August – Talk by guest speaker from Traditional Funerals
– Talk by Lisa Jones from the
Talk by Peter Ludlow on
26th November – 25th Anniversary Celebrations (more info to come)
As from Friday 5th August, the club will be open on Fridays (for a trial period) from .
OFFICE BEARERS FOR 2005/2006
Jane O’Brien, Chris Ryder & Glenys Gordon
Publications Editor (Hindsight & Newsletter)
NOTES FROM MANAGEMENT
As this is my first report since the AGM, I must congratulate Elaine on her efforts during my absence. Very well done.
We have had to look at ways to compensate for excessive expenditure. There have been only three months of the past year in which income exceeds expenditure. The club cannot continue to operate under these conditions.
It is hoped that the general membership will support your committee in their efforts to correct this problem.
another note, Lawrie Strange, the speaker from the
The old bathroom renovation is proceeding with the help of Chris Beeston and a few other people. It will make a great difference when the administration is separate from the computer room.
Make a point of coming along to check out the new additions to the library. We are open on Friday mornings now.
We are still looking for more assistants to help man the office. Put your name in, it can be fun.
LIBRARY DUTY ROSTER
Doug C. – Every Saturday & Wednesday morning
David – Every Monday afternoon
Janet – Every Monday morning & 2nd Saturday morning
Elaine – Every Wednesday afternoon
Jane - 3rd & 4th Saturday morning
Pat V. – 2nd Wednesday morning
Coral – 2nd Wednesday afternoon
Trevor – 4th Wednesday afternoon
Gloria – 1st Saturday morning & 4th Monday morning
Glenys – Every Monday morning
Joanne – 4th Wednesday morning
Doug S. – 2nd Monday morning
We are in need of more members to volunteer for ‘duty’. It is not hard - it is just a case of being there to assist new members and visitors. Ideally we would like to have two duty persons per session. At the moment, most days, we have just one person ‘on duty’.
THANK YOU TO THE CABOOLTURE
SPORTS CLUB FOR THEIR DONATION OF $500 FOR PURCHASE OF
Lawrie Strange from the
FUND RAISING IS ESSENTIAL TO ENABLE NEW RESOURCES TO BE PURCHASED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL MEMBERS. PLEASE CONTINUE TO GIVE US YOUR SUPPORT IN 2005.
Tickets ($1.00 each) are continually on sale for monthly raffles - you’ve got to be in it, to win it…..If you look in the library, you will see that over the last 6 months or so, that the raffles have been run, an enormous amount of resources has been purchased with the proceeds of the raffles.
GROUP SHEET BOOKLETS - For
We have produced a number of these booklets, as a fund raiser, to help you ‘keep track of your families’ while doing your family tree research - Available from the Office.
Scribble Pads for sale – 50c each - handy for family history, for by the phone, etc.
Thank you to Julie Saunders for the Anniversary Bear idea as a fundraiser, for the 25th Anniversary celebrations.
Thank you also to Joanne Beeston’s daughter, Annette, for the recipe book idea, also as a fundraiser, for the 25th Anniversary celebrations.
Bears are selling well. There are only a few of the large bears left. There are quite a few of the medium and small bears still available.
Recipe Books have been printed and will be ready for sale on the day of the
PLEASE REMEMBER our 25th Anniversary Hindsight – get your stories in as soon as possible…..let’s make this a really special edition of our magazine - thank you to the members who have already submitted their stories and photos….email me at email@example.com
Could all members who wish
to have their surname interests listed on our website please send the details
to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be assured that you will not be contacted directly from the website - when someone wishes to contact you I will pass on their details to you, for you to make contact with them if you wish.
Thank you all,
Assistant Librarian/Webpage Co-ordinator
Check out our website at http://cfhrg.tripod.com
Go to their Library Catalogue Terminal (not their internet access computers) and check these resources out.
anyone would like information from the
1891 census in Derbyshire, or 1891 census in
(Some of the) New Additions to our library resources there are too many to list all of the new additions!!)
Catholic Parishes, S.E. Qld. area – Marriages and burials
W.A. Marriages 1906-1965 & Deaths 1954-1980
Qld. Deaths – 1960-1964
Orange Districts Memorial Inscriptions
and Probationers of the
Beenleigh (Lohrisch) Funeral Directors – donated by J. Raymont
Beaudesert (LeGrand) Funeral Directors – donated by J. Raymont
Some of the Cemetery books purchased with grant from Caboolture Sports Club - Alex Gow Funerals – 6 books 1950-1975; Metropolitan Funerals – 17 books various dates
St.Matthews cemetery history – donated by D. Jimmieson
Boorabee – Bribie Island Koala Heritage – donated by H. Eaton
Research information relating to seafaring ancestors – where to look – donated by J. Piper
Abbrev. used in Convict Records Van Dieman’s Land & NSW – donated by J. Beeston
James Smith Family Tree – Barnacle, Warwickshire Goulburn NSW – donated by J. Crowley
Journal of Aust. Naval Institute, Winter 2005 – donated by J. Beeston
Log of Logs – donated by G. Gordon
Royal Garrison Artillery 1886-1911 – donated by J. Crowley
Australians at War Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 – donated by J. Piper
How to trace your Scottish ancestors – donated by K. Silcock
How to trace your missing ancestors – donated by K. Silcock
Moreton Bay People by P. Ludlow – donated by C. & J. Piper
BOOK REVIEWS by Joanne Beeston (Librarian)
Two books that were purchased from Maryborough Family History Group are the publications, Mine Host of Maryborough and District – 2 volumes of licensed publicans 1860-1924 and 1924-1970.
They not only give you the names of who owned what pub, but if the licence was lost, withdrawn due to death, date of death, fire or pub name change, or surname change, and if the husband’s wife or siblings took over. Some names have a * next to them for further information on that family by contacting Maryborough Dist. Family History Soc. These books are fascinating to read, and that most were owned by Irishmen, one thinks, did they really need all those pubs. Found in the Qld section Codes: REF QLD MAR-1 & REF QLD MAR-2
the 16th July, Joanne, Elaine, Glenys and Jane went to
the weekend of the 30th & 31st of July, the same
ladies, with husbands Chris, Jeff, Geoffrey and Danny, visited Maryborough for
some research at the Maryborough Heritage Centre. Minor successes were had by
Jane, Joanne and Glenys. In the morning, we toured the Bond Store and the
Customs House, followed by the best meal at the Royal Hotel, then research at the
Heritage Centre (some researched, and some walked off the lunch). Then back to
the motel for a quick rest, then off on the Ghost Tour. We were collected near
our digs, by bus, then went to Rose Hill, for pumpkin soup; back on the bus for
a tour of the cemetery, by torch light; on the bus again, for main meal at the
Engineers Arms Hotel, followed by a walk by lantern light, through the streets
and back alleys of Maryborough, before boarding the bus again, at Queens Park,
for dessert and homemade chocolates at Mavis Bank. Then after an extremely
enjoyable evening, we were dropped back off at the motel, where we all promptly
retired for the night, and slept soundly till morning. Sunday we were off to
the flea markets and then we all went our separate ways…some back to the
Cemetery, some to the
Internet Addresses for you to try
If you discover an interesting genealogy website while you are surfing the net, please email the web address to me for inclusion in an upcoming newsletter….thank you, Elaine email@example.com
The webpage addresses given below have not been checked to see if they are still available….I do not have the time to check them all.
database of over 3,000 pioneer doctors, from the 1700s through to 1875 (
Memoirs and diaries from the 1st World War
Parish Registers Online - Derryloran Parish Registers.
Australian War Graves Photographic Archive