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The Family History Library has transcriptions for many New South Wales cemeteries. Cemetery records often include birth, marriage, and death information. They sometimes provide clues about military service, religion, or membership in an organization. These records are useful in identifying children who died young or women who were not recorded in family or government documents. They are helpful in establishing family relationships and locating family members.
- Canterbury City Cemeteries, NSW
- Eastern Suburbs Memorial Park, NSW
- Hawkesbury Cemetery and Grave Register
- Newcastle Historical Cemeteries, NSW
- New South Wales Cemeteries
- Orange Cemetery
- Rookwood Necropolis
- Sydney Metropolitan Cemeteries
Johnson, Keith A. Some Irish Inscriptions in Old Burial Grounds of New South Wales Australia.Article has numerous headstones with inscriptions recording the death of Irish persons who settled in Australia, giving their native place in Ireland, covers years 1820-1914. Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol.III, no. 1, 1971. pages5-10, Family History Ref. 941.5 B2i
Johnson, Keith A. Some Irish Inscriptions in an Old Burial Ground at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Article has list of memorial inscriptions from the Sandhills a.k.a. Devonshire Street Cemetery of folk born in Ireland. Has person's name, where they came from in Ireland, date of death, age at death, and anyone else in the grave. article covers 1825-1879. The Irish Ancestor, vol. V, no. 2, 1973, pages 76-83, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i v5-6.
BillionGraves has some cemeteries also in New South Wales.
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