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NORTHERN TERRITORY NEWSPAPER INDEX

The aim of the Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory (GSNT) is to promote genealogical and family history research; to further the study of genealogy by the collection of historical data; to educate in genealogy and family history methods; and to urge the preservation of personal historical records.

Our Society holds Birth, Death and Marriage records for the British Settlement period which commenced in 1824, and Birth, Death and Marriage indexes from 1873 when newspapers began publication, to our current year, in addition we also have indexed articles that appear in the newspapers about families and events.  We have many unpublished indexes, if you are researching in the Northern Territory please contact us – gsntinc@bigpond.net.au

Due to the unique nature of the Territory, GSNT has undertaken a range of projects to identify more detailed information about people who have lived, worked and died here and those who travelled through the Territory.

 

Membership Reminder:

GSNT membership for 2015-16 becomes due on the 1st July 2015.  If you are joining now, you will not be charged for the time between now and 1st July, this time is free of charge.  

Members not re-joining us this financial year please let us know gsntinc@bigpond.net.au

 

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City of Darwin Council

2014 'Unearthing our Pioneers' $10,000

Unearthing our Pioneers aims to establish the final resting place within the Palmerston Cemetery of those 1230+ Pioneers presumed to be buried there.  Our volunteers have spent many months collating information to confirm or correct the current signage displayed at the Cemetery.  The listing is for those who have a surviving headstone and does not reflect the actual number of graves. The original size of the cemetery was 48 acres.

Our research will establish an extensive listing of those who are buried in the Palmerston Cemetery regardless of whether they have a headstone or not. The Cemetery is a heritage listed site and it was the first official cemetery for the Northern Territory. Many visitors come to the site and go away disappointed when they don't find their relative's names listed, and then think they are not buried there. We hope our work will help those to find the last resting place of their relatives.

 

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 Anzac Centenary Community Grant Program

Our Society received a grant of $5,000 under the Department of the Chief Minister's Anzac Centenary Community Grant Program, to complete as far as possible the missing details of death and burial places of our returned ANZACS thus adding further depth to our knowledge of their sacrifices.