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== [http://www.saghs.org.au/saplaces.htm Place Names in South Australia] ==
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== [http://www.saghs.org.au/saplaces.htm Place Names in South Australia] ==
  
 
By using the search program, you can determine the region and local government authority for places in South Australia.<br>
 
By using the search program, you can determine the region and local government authority for places in South Australia.<br>
  
This is particularly useful if you are trying to determine the local government authority to locate records. These organisations hold burial registers for the cemeteries under their control as well as records pertaining to their ratepayers which may be helpful in your research. Officers at the local government authority can often put you in touch with local history groups, individuals interested in history in the community and folk museums.
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This is particularly useful if you are trying to determine the local government authority to locate records. These organisations hold burial registers for the cemeteries under their control as well as records pertaining to their ratepayers which may be helpful in your research. Officers at the local government authority can often put you in touch with local history groups, individuals interested in history in the community and folk museums.  
  
To determine current contact details for local governments, visit the [http://www.saghs.org.au/saplaces.htm LGA] website and click on the appropriate region on the map.
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To determine current contact details for local governments, visit the [http://www.saghs.org.au/saplaces.htm LGA] website and click on the appropriate region on the map.  
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Revision as of 23:20, 12 October 2010

Place Names in South Australia

By using the search program, you can determine the region and local government authority for places in South Australia.

This is particularly useful if you are trying to determine the local government authority to locate records. These organisations hold burial registers for the cemeteries under their control as well as records pertaining to their ratepayers which may be helpful in your research. Officers at the local government authority can often put you in touch with local history groups, individuals interested in history in the community and folk museums.

To determine current contact details for local governments, visit the LGA website and click on the appropriate region on the map.