Mildura & District Genealogical Society Inc.

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          Sunraysia Daily

          Newspaper Index

          1920 to 1999

The papers this index refer to are located in the library at the Alfred Deakin Centre on the corner of Deakin Avenue and Twelfth Street, Mildura.  If you would like further information or a copy of the article from the paper please contact our Research Officer.

To search the index click the appropriate link below.

Sunraysia Daily Index 1920 to 1959

Sunraysia Daily Index 1960 to 1981

Sunraysia Daily Index 1982 to 1999


Key column codes: A=Article,  B=Birth/Birthday,  D=Death,  F=Funeral,  Inq=Inquest,  M=Marriage,  Mem=Memorial,  Obit=Obituary,  P=Picture,  Prob=Probate  

        Library Catalogue

Over the years we have built up an ever-expanding collection of resources to assist the family historian.  

Some of the areas covered include:

Birth, Death and Marriage records

Family histories and biographies
Cemetery maps, registers and transcriptions including the Mildura (Nichols Point), Merbein and Red Cliffs Cemeteries 
Local newspaper and school indexes
Local histories, rates and school records
Survey maps
Newsletters from other genealogical societies

Have you written a family history or correlated family information?  We would welcome a copy as we would any local history books or maps etc. that maybe excess to your requirements.  

Please contact our Librarian for information regarding depositing material with our Society. 

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        Members' Interests

This database is a list of the surnames being researched by our current members.  To be put in touch with the member who submitted the information contact the Secretary quoting the "member number" shown in the first column of the database.  Your details will then be passed onto the member involved.

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The Grapeline is produced quarterly (March, June, September and December) and is distributed free to members.  

Contributions to The Grapeline are always welcome.  Send your genealogical successes, family stories, research queries or the great website you have found etc. marked to the attention of our Newsletter Editor.

Click on the link below to display that quarter's newsletter.




Note:  The Society does not hold itself responsible for statements made or opinions expressed by advertisers or authors of articles appearing in The Grapeline.