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Please send all correspondence to

    The Secretary  
    Port Macquarie & Districts Family History Society Inc.  
    PO Box 1359  
    Port Macquarie   NSW   2444

email: or phone Wendy on 02 6582 1742.

Since 1985 members of our society have enjoyed meeting others who are researching their family history, no matter where their ancestors lived.

Christmas Meeting
12th  December 2015

1.30pm to 4 pm
Mac Adams Music Centre
Gordon Street, Port Macquarie

Eat & Greet

Members please 'bring a plate'
of  Christmas Treats to share.

Our Research Library is located in the Local Studies/Family History Room, Port Macquarie/Hastings Library, Cnr Grant & Gordon Streets, Port Macquarie.  Members are on duty to help with research enquiries -

Tuesday & Wednesday    -    10am  to 3pm

The general Family History resources are always available for use during library open hours.  Members must produce their current society membership card to the on duty librarian to obtain the key for access to the society's locked cabinets.

Members only
Family Tree Maker
Support Group

25th  November 2015
1 pm - 3pm    Cost: $2

New members welcome.
Bring along your laptop.

The Research Support Group meets on the Wednesday following the General Meeting from 1pm to 3pm in the Technology Room of the Library. Check dates on our Calendar page.

Details of our Monthly Meetings are available on the About Us

Members only
Research Support Group

16th  December 2015
1pm - 3pm  Cost $2
Technology Room
Port Macquarie Library
Grant St, Port Macquarie
Bring your flash drive

Members only
Roots Magic Program
Support Group

24th February 2016
1.15pm - 3.15pm   Cost $2
Roots Magic replaces the old  PAF
program,  bring your laptop
if you have RM already.


" To our great joy, we arrived on the seashore about half a mile from the entrance of what formed a port to the river we had been
tracing from Sea View Mount "   
John Oxley - October 1818

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