Jan Page has recently released her new book ‘From Flagpole to Carillon’ which is available through the Group. A number of other books have been reprinted (‘Feeding the Family’ & ‘Stories about the Bathurst Migrant Camp’): • All 200 issues of the Carillon Chimes are now available on a USB together with a search program that enables the searching of …
35th Anniversary Party
The Bathurst Family History Group on Saturday November 16, celebrated 35 years since its formation with a party held in the Senior Citizens Centre. This get-together was also the opportunity to have our new centre officially opened by the Local State Member of parliament Paul Toole, who had arranged a grant to assist in setting up our new premises.
Memorial Wall Unveiled at Bathurst Cemetery, Saturday 16 November 2019.
The Bathurst Family History Group has carried out a significant amount of restoration and maintenance of existing headstones at the Bathurst Cemetery and has erected a number of headstones on unmarked graves over recent years. A number of individuals have sought assistance in recognising a family member who is buried at the cemetery, but whose exact location is unknown. The …
Book Launch “Fair Delinquents?”
A Book Launch “Fair Delinquents?” by Leonie Blair, was held at the Senior Citizens Centre on Saturday 16 November. The book is available from here.
General Meeting- guest speaker Dr Rob McLachlan
General Meeting and guest speaker Dr Rob McLachlan who spoke about the administration of the Bathurst Settlement in the 1830’s, “Bitchy Bathurst Bureaucrat Battles”. During the meeting President Dianne Barnes presented the Group’s 300th financial member Michele Morgan a CD copy of ‘Bathurst Pioneers’ which is available here