We are so excited to announce that we have new records available for the Northern Territory. Discover these six new records that will assist you in finding out more information about your ancestors from the Northern Territory. The records include baptisms, marriages, burials, directories and a parliamentary index.
In these records you will find a listing of Anglican Church Baptisms from 1900 to 1939 and Confirmations from 1900 to 1947 in the Northern Territory. Some of the important information you will find includes number, first and last name, date of baptism, date of birth, parents, abode, profession and minister.
These useful records contain valuable information such as marriage date, names, age, birthplace, M/S, occupation, residence, father's name, place performed, witness and minister.
This listing contains marriages in the Northern Territory for the following churches:
• Darwin Christ Church Marriages 1902 – 1942
• Darwin Christ Church Marriages 1946 - 1952
• Darwin Christ Church Marriages 1952 - 1953
• Alice Springs Marriages 1936 – 1949
These records list Anglican burials in the Northern Territory for two churches, the Darwin Burials 1908 – 1927, 1933 – 1941 and Alice Springs Burials 1934 – 1968. You can discover great information such as number, grave, date of death, date of birth, first and last name, age, sex, M/S, residence, occupation and minister. This is all such vital information when researching your family history.
Almanacs and directories are a valuable resource for local, family and social historians as well as for researchers in other fields of Australian history. This index contains the Northern Territory section of the Almanac & Directory of South Australia. Covering Alice Springs, Batchelor and Darwin, it’s a handy resource.
In these records you will discover first and last names, occupation, place of birth, religion, residence, district, remarks and source. Search these records today and see what you can discover.
This Northern Territory section of the Queensland Post Office Directory 1920-1921 may help to trace those who made the Northern Territory their home. It can also help in determining whether you should continue your search in the Northern Territory or try elsewhere. Some came to the Northern Territory to escape their responsibilities or to remain elusive to family.
Search these records to discover such useful information such as first and last name, occupation, birth place, residence, district and source.
These records contain the Northern Territory Legislative Council for 1884, 1888-1890 as well as the House of Assembly for 1884, 1887-1890. Searching these records can be very useful to discover things such as first and last name, occupation, residence, district, remarks and source.
Data supplied by The Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory Inc.