Are We Related?

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This site aims to be a scholarly genealogical work, and as such, we place a huge emphasis on the importance of establishing a record (primary, when possible) for each fact. Facts that have been verified will be accompanied by the supporting primary document or a footnote where that document can be found or sources to support the fact. Ideally each individual will have a birth and death certificate and a marriage certificate where applicable. If an entry has no footnote it is yet to be verified.

This is an on-going project and each time that you return, more information will be available. For privacy purposes, personal information of living individuals within this database is password protected from public viewing.

Our Histories


This site was inspired by stories my grandmother told me of her growing up in Lismore, New South Wales, and of my grandfathers family long association with Liverpool, New South Wales, sadly they both passed before I commenced my search. If you have material that is relevant to my research, or are interested in collaboration, please reach out to me. I would love to work together to build something bigger than we can accomplish alone. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoy your visit!

Project Headstone

Tracing the family tree is an adventure, sometimes we travel 100's of kilometres to photograph the final resting places of our family members. You can imagine the heartbreak one feels, when you discover that the persons headstone has been broken due to wear and tear or even a worse fate, that it has been vandalised. Then there are the graves with no markers, either due to the original marker being removed or the grave never having one.

With the support of the management of the various cemeteries, Project Headstone aims to clean, repair, replace or erect headstones for our loved ones final resting places. If you would like to nominate a family members grave to be marked or know of a grave that is in need of repair, or would like to make a donation to assist Project Headstone, please use the Contact Us button in the footer menu to contact Project Headstone.



Family Photos

Family Histories

Discover Our Family

Henry Hargreaves

From Lancashire, Henry and his family survived the 1852 Gundagai flood when saved by an aboriginal named Yarri in a bark canoe.

Irene Marsh

Irene Mabel (Marsh) Humphries was happiest surrounded by her family and watching them eat the cakes and biscuits she had baked for them.

David & Johanna Harley

English born David Harley would move to the Richmond River area of NSW, initially farming, he would eventually own several hotels.

Delia Lord

Delia May (Lord) Smith raised 4 children by herself after her husband left her. She is just one of the many strong women in the family.

Ancestral Memories

Convict Ancestors


Family Honour Roll


Heroes of the Gundagai Flood


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