Hello Maria & list,
I think you may find that what UWS holds at Kingswood is the local,
Sydney version, still a valuable research tool, thankyou for the info
On Friday, July 29, 2005, at 10:22 AM, maria skwierawski wrote:
Hi To All
The University at Kingswood has this on Film in their Library
if this is of any help
> Hi Robyn & List,
> I have accessed Freeman's Journal's a few years ago at St Mary's
> Archives. At the time they were located at the back of the cathedral
> in a
> small office run primarily by nuns with some assistance from
> journals were in the process of being indexed by an exceedingly
> volunteer lady! I found them very useful for background snippets such
> much my family had contributed to the building fund to their local
> etc. The biggest problem seems to be that public access was not
> & in fact there was talk of closing access.
> I think a phone call or letter to the archives (ring the cathedral
> for the
> appropriate number) to make an appointment would be the way to go.
> Good luck.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "D and R Hardie" <darnhard(a)ozemail.com.au>
> To: <AUS-PT-JACKSON-CONVICTS-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 3:32 PM
> Subject: Freemans Journal
>> Dear Lesley
>> Recently on the list you recommended the Dublin Freeman's Press as a
>> source of trials in Ireland, always a difficult research subject.
>> As usual your advice is spot on, this newspaper is also an invaluable
>> source of Irish history if a little biased. My problem is
>> logistical, I
>> have used it in the National library in Canberra. but have not been
>> to source it in Sydney. As far as I am aware the State Library in
>> has only the local version. Do you know of another source in NSW ?
>> Robyn Hardie Sydney
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