Ballina & Richmond River GenWeb

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POSITION VACANT: A volunteer is required to fill the vacant position of County Coordinator.  As Coordinator you would be responsible for maintaining the County GenWeb website.  Reporting directly to the State Coordinator, a County Coordinator liaises with the Local GenWeb Coordinators, providing guidance and assistance if required.  Existing Local GenWeb Coordinators are welcome to apply for the position.  Please contact the Australian Coordinator for further information.


The Ballina & Richmond River GenWeb (BalliGenWeb) is part of the WorldGenWeb Project, a non-profit volunteer organisation dedicated to providing free access to genealogical and historical records and resources.  This site is a child of the NSWGenWeb Project, which in turn is part of the AuGenWeb Project.

Ballina is a town and local government area established on the northern shore of the Richmond River near Cape Byron in the 1840s, Australia's most easterly point (town population circa 16,599). It is approximately 750km north of Sydney and 205km south of Brisbane. Ballina Shire was formed by the amalgamation of Ballina Municipality and Tintenbar Shire in 1976. It includes the towns of Alstonville, Lennox Head and Wollongbar; and the villages of Wardell, Tintenbar and Teven.


Disclaimer: These records have been taken from a variety of sources. Please be aware, that while every effort has been made to ensure that these records are as accurate as possible, the Ballina & Richmond River GenWeb and its volunteers cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions. If you do note any errors that you can correct (with evidence) or can fill in any of the 'gaps' in these records then please submit a correction.

 



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