Websites with relevance to Queensland.
Balonne Shire Council Cemeteries
Brisbane City Council Grave Search
This facility enables you to search for people buried or cremated in one of Brisbane City Council‘s cemeteries and crematoriums.
Details must be entered accurately to enable a match.
Brisbane City Council maintains records of people interred in our facilities.
Unfortunately, not all records are complete because Council only gained full control of Brisbane's public cemeteries in July 1930
Bundaberg Regional Council Cemeteries
One hundred and twenty years have passed since the first recorded burial took place in the Bundaberg Cemetery. There were 16 burials recorded that year in 1879. Since that time the number has reached in excess of 23 000 burials
Burdekin Shire Council Burial Register
To filter the information, enter the search criteria in the input fields at the top. Then click on the Search button. or
Tick Enable Autosearch and the search results will be updated as you type into the search fields.
Cairns Regional Council Cemetery Search
The information contained in these web pages have been generated from Cairns Regional Council records.
Some of these records were paper based and therefore errors may exist.
Charters Towers Regional Council Cemeteries
The Charters Towers Regional Council administers and maintains seven cemeteries within the Region. They are the Lynd Highway Cemetery and Pioneer Cemetery (Charters Towers), Mingela Cemetery, Ravenswood Cemetery, Pentland Cemetery, Sellheim Cemetery and Greenvale Cemetery.
Cloncurry Shire Council Cemeteries
The Cloncurry Shire is home to a myriad of cemeteries, from those within the Cloncurry borders and surrounds to those abandoned mining townships within the Shire. Historical records show that some of the earliest graves located in the Cloncurry Shire are from 1867 when Cloncurry's founding father; Ernest Henry discovered copper.
Etheridge Shire Council
The information contained in these web pages have been generated from Etheridge Shire Council records. The majority of these records were paper based and therefore errors may exist.
Please be aware that historical burial records are often incomplete, as early records are less comprehensive and in most instances do not provide the same level of detail. The Etheridge Shire Council expressly disclaims all and any liability and responsibility for reliance upon this information
Flinders Shire Council Cemeteries
The Flinders Shire Council maintains computerised burial records and maps of all Cemeteries in the Flinders Shire. A Hughenden Cemetery Map is on display in the pergola area or available for viewing at the Flinders Shire Council office or online at www.flinders.qld.gov.au . Please contact the Flinders Shire Council on PH: 4741 2900 or call at the Council 34 Gray Street, Hughenden for more information.
Fraser Coast Cemetery Search
Cemeteries Online is a fantastic way of viewing cemetery information online for the Fraser Coast.
The information provided covers a period of over 150 years and over this time there will have been inaccuracy and missing information.
Gladstone Regional Council Cemeteries
Gladstone Regional Council now has a combined total of twelve cemeteries (listed below) across the region including the award winning Boyne Tannum Memorial Parklands. Our Mission statement is to be a regional leader in the funeral industry by providing dignified, efficient and competitively priced burial, cremation and memorialisation services to the residents of the Gladstone Region.
Gold Coast Cemeteries
City of Gold Coast owns and operates eight cemeteries, offering pleasant and cost-effective burial and ashes sites.
Gympie Cemetery Trust
The information provided should only be used for personal genealogy research.
Hinchinbrook Shire Council Cemeteries
The Hinchinbrook Shire Council administers and maintains three cemeteries within the shire. These being the New Ingham, Old Ingham and Halifax Cemetery. Generally, all new interments are conducted at the New Ingham and Halifax cemeteries. Above ground – vault interments – are permitted at the Old Ingham Cemetery provided a recent family connection can be shown.
Logan City Council Cemeteries
Mackay Regional Council Cemeteries
Burial information at council cemeteries can be provided to help with genealogical and historical researching.
Council records date back to 1870. However records are not kept of ashes buried at crematoriums. Researchers would need to contact the relevant crematorium for information relating to these.
Maranoa Regional Council Cemeteries
Council is committed to providing effective and efficient services at our cemeteries throughout the region. Currently Council administers 16 cemeteries within its boundaries.
Moreton Bay Region Cemeteries Database
Moreton Bay Regional Council maintains records of people interred in a number of cemeteries, including several historical cemeteries that are no longer used for burials. Please be aware that historical burial records are often incomplete, as early records are less comprehensive and in most instances do not provide the same level of detail. Moreton Bay Regional council expressly disclaims all and any liability and responsibility for reliance upon this information
Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens Crematorium
Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens opened in 1934 and was Queensland's first crematorium. Mt Thompson provides a sanctuary where reflections and thoughts can flourish and resonate in a tranquil, inviting environment. It is a place of natural, landscaped beauty maintained by dedicated staff, a place where peace and privacy are cherished and respected.
To enhance and add to the service that we provide to our families, we have partnered with Heaven Address Resting Place to make available an online photographic record of the memorials and their approximate location within the gardens. The task of recording the large number of memorials at Mt Thompson is ongoing and to-date more than 95,000 memorials have been photographed and their locations mapped.
North Burnett Regional Council Cemeteries
Use this tool to search Council's cemetery records.
Not all cemeteries are currently up to date, though information is being added regularly
Redland City Council Cemeteries
There are two mainland council cemeteries in the Redlands. These are located at Cleveland and Redland Bay. North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) has three historical cemeteries in Dunwich, echoing the different historic periods of the island. The Dunwich Cemetery is the only remaining cemetery in use as the Myora Aboriginal Cemetery and the Lepers Cemetery are no longer used
Rockhamtpon Regional Cemeteries
Rockhampton Regional Council manages six cemeteries within the region. Five are currently open to new interments and two are heritage listed. If you require information relating to private cemeteries, lone graves, or Trust administered cemeteries within our region, such as Stanwell, Westwood, or Alton Downs, please contact the cemeteries office.
Scenic Rim Regional Council Cemeteries Online
Sunshine Coast Council Cemeteries
Tablelands Regional Council Cemeteries
Toowoomba Regional Council Cemeteries
Cemeteries are an important part of Australia’s heritage. The interment places of our ancestors provide a history of the nation’s growth and a valuable insight into its development, and in some instances may be the only place where a person's life in Australia is recorded.
Western Downs Regional Council Cemeteries
The material has been made available for general personal use only and is provided without any express or implied warranty as to its accuracy, currency or completeness. All access to, and use of, the materials is at the user's risk. Western Downs Regional Council accepts no responsibility for the results of any actions taken on the basis of information on this website. Before relying on the material or any part of it you should independently verify its accuracy or completeness.
Winton Shire Cemetery Register
The Winton Historic Cemetery was established in around 1876, with records starting around the 17th June 1881. There are in excess of 150 burials in unmarked graves. In 1929, a special area was allocated for the interment of ex-servicemen and women, with the first burial taking place on June 7th, 1929.
Central Queensland Family History Association Inc
The Central Queensland Family History Association Inc. (CQFHA), was formed on the 21 May 1986 as the Central Queensland Genealogical Association, in Rockhampton Queensland Australia, as a non-political, non-sectarian, non-profit making association to accommodate the growing demand for genealogical records for family history research throughout the Central Queensland area. In late 1990 the name was changed to the current one to better represent our coverage.
Charters Towers & Dalrymple Family History Association
Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am at the Research Centre, 54 Towers Street, Charters Towers.
DPS (Dead Person's Society) Brisbane
Information on Cost of Certificates from the Registrar General, Brisbane.
DPS (Dead Person's Society) Toowoomba
Hoping to help people who are unsure of where to start with their research on-line
There are no membership fees
We formed our group in May 2001 Our first meeting was Monday 11th June 2001
How do you become a DPS member? Just click the above Join link
You will be added to out mailing list and also on our members page
Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery
Links listed below to the Photo's that I have in my collection
There are some 19,736 names with photo's available to be emailed out to you
This is a free service provided at no charge
Early Photographers of Fortitude Valley
Information about photographers in the Fortitude Valley.
Early Photographers of Maryborough
Maryborough was an important Queensland port and the destination for many English and German emigrant ships during the 1860s and 1870s. The town serviced a large pastoral and mining district in the 19th century. A large number of photographers worked in Maryborough during the 19th century with approximately 25 practitioners of the art having established studios at various times.
Early Photographers of RomaThe first established studio in Roma was set up by Richard Cottell in 1869 who continued in business for 11 years along with terms as mayor of Roma. The next major studio operation was that run by E. B. Cardell from South Australia who was also the town's chemist. A number of visiting photographers worked in the town but there wasn't sufficient work for many operators.
Genealogical Society of Queensland
The Society has the largest family history reference library in Queensland and dedicated volunteers to help members research their ancestry.
Index to Wills 1857 - 1915
This index was compiled from the original Supreme Court files:
Series ID 4486 Ecclesiastical Files (Southern District, Brisbane)
Series ID 6220 Ecclesiastical Files (Northern District, Townsville)
Series ID 7271 Ecclesiastical Files (Central District, Rockhampton)
Maryborough District Family History Society
Maryborough District Family History Society Inc. is Maryborough's original and best genealogical organisation. Founded in 1982 to further the study of family history in this very historic part of Queensland Australia, the Society now provides vital research resources for the genealogist and anyone interested in genealogy, their family tree, ancestry, and heritage.
OZ Gen Link
Links to Queesland websites.
Queensland Family History Society
Queensland Government Archive Search
To search, enter a word, phrase or Previous System location number in the box
Shire of Landsborough Historical Society
Its mission is to collect, research, conserve, interpret and exhibit the artifacts,
memorabilia, documents, photographs and stories of
indigenous and non-indigenous peoples whose heritage can be linked to that region,
known in the year 2000, as Caloundra City.
Toowoomba & Darling Downs Family History Society
Details of past generations can be gleaned from records held in the Society's library. Microfiche and microfilm along with cemetery records are a valuable source of information.
Find important information from resources such as Indexes, Print Material, Micofiche, Microfilm, Newspapers and Journals.
Our CD ROM collection is growing and includes vital records, census records, Queensland electoral rolls, Queensland school records and more. We have Government and Police Gazettes for all states and these are purchased as they become available.
There is always a duty member available to assist at the family history centre to give advice on where you might find that elusive piece of information. Duty members will also show you how to use equipment that will aid in your research.
Toowoomba Grave Finder
Has search engine for Drayton & Greenmount Cemeteries.