East Gippsland Family History Groupinc. 
It    could    be    said    that    Genealogy    is    a    tree,    in    winter    all    bare    branches    but with   a   clear   underlying   structure,and   that   Family   History   is   the   same   tree   in summer,   with   all   its   foliage   giving   the   rich   tapestry   that   tells   the   stories   of   our ancestors
East Gippsland Family History Group  
The   search   for   our   ancestors   and   the   rich   tapestry   of   our   family histories. The provision of a repository for historical documents. The accumulation of research resources. The accommodation of the needs of family history researchers. The   provision      of   a   safe   place   to   store,   preserve   and   catalogue Family Histories as compiled by our members. The    provision    of    a    harmonious,    relaxed,    stimulating    venue    for members and casual researchers. The    promotion    of    a    place    where    the    public    can    visit    and become    engaged    in    the    fascinating    detective    work    that    is genealogy.
was formed in 1979 by a small group of people passionate about researching and preserving family histories and the culture these ancestors created. Over the years this developed into a significant community resource and records storage organisation offering a wide range of services to members, government agencies community groups and the general public. Please take a moment to explore our web site and see the wide range of activities we are involved with.  Our wonderful group of volunteers are dedicated to:
East Gippsland Family History Group Inc   is a registered Charity, has   been   placed   on   the   Register   of   Cultural   Organisations   and   has been endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient.
Their Duty Done  is a project of the  East Gippsland Family History Group  undertaken with Yeates Publishing to produce a comprehensive memorial for the Fallen of East Gippsland WW1This link will take you to the Their Duty Done web site.
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