Welcome to the CDFHS
The Campbelltown District Family History Society is located in Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia and was founded on 1st August 1989 following several meetings of those interested in researching their family’s history. Our Founding President was Kevin Wall.
The Society continues to promote research into Family History by providing a range of resources for the use of all in the Local Studies and Family History section of the H. J. Daley Library, Hurley St, Campbelltown, NSW.
On the first Saturday each month, except in January, we meet at 1.30pm in the Library’s Meeting Room #1, where a wide variety of guest speakers have informed, entertained and stimulated both members and visitors alike throughout the years. Each year we hold our Annual BBQ to coincide with the Christmas (December) meeting and is held at Cataract Dam, located approximately 30km south of Campbelltown.
Come along and join us at our meetings. Visitors are always welcome.
Check the Events page for updates on our Guest Speakers and their topics.
Family History Research Room
The Family History Research Room is located within the Campbelltown City Library and holds an extensive collection of books, microfilms and other resources to assist researchers. A list of the resources available can be found on the Family History Room Resources page.
The Family History Room is open 7 days a week during normal library hours. Library staff will assist.
Volunteers are available to assist researchers on Monday to Saturday between 10.00am and 12.00 noon
Courses for 2019
During 2019 the Campbelltown District Family History Society will be conducting the following courses.
Trove and Newspapers
Introduction to DNA
Sunday 22nd September
Sunday 17th November
|Sept 7||Cockatoo Island||Sue Castrique|
|Oct 5||Ryserson Index||Rob Atkins|
|Nov 2||Members discussion|
|Dec 7||General meeting & Christmas party|
Bushrangers in NSW
A talk to be presented at the Camden Library Museum 14 Sep 2019, 12pm.
Admission by gold coin donation.
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