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Kiama Family History Centre (otherwise known as the Australian Genealogical Education Centre)
Information: The role/aim of the Centre is to encourage and aid anyone interested in family history research their origins through all available means and to show the importance of social history as a natural extension of such research. The work of the Centre also involves practical extensions of family history in the fields of school education, indexing, genetic research and linking up (world wide) families that have been separted by adoption or through child migration, etc. The Centre was officially opened on 4 March 1989 by the then Ambassador for Ireland, Mr James A. Sharkey. The Centre is owned and operated by the Kiama Municipal Council. It has a volunteer staff of over 60 assistants and indexers, who have also formed a fundraising group called the ‘Kiama Family History Centre Resource Group’. Open daily from 9.30am to 4.30pm. Research fees apply.
Publications: 'Khanterintee'.
Contact: Ray Thorburn, Director
Phone: 02 4233 1122
Address:

PO Box 75
Kiama NSW 2533

Email: fhc@tpgi.com.au
Website: http://www.kiama.nsw.gov.au
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