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Pubs and Publicans in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales to 1850 (Public Use)

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Author: K. Knight & A. Rost
Year: 2007
ISBN: 9780949531315
Publisher: Society of Australian Genealogists

Details of over 2500 pubs and publicans in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales, 1788-1850, covering from the Hawkesbury-Nepean River in the north, to the base of the Blue Mountains to the west and to Bulli in the south.

Includes transcriptions of surviving licence butts held by New South Wales State Records, plus licence details from a range of other published and unpublished sources. Also includes biographical notes about around half of the publicans mentioned, often including details of arrival in Australia, as well as family details and any convict details.

The CD is fully searchable by publican name, hotel name, location (including streets) and the year of the licence.

This price includes licence for commercial and public library use. However, family history and other 'not for profit' societies may order at the Private Use price.

Windows 98, Me, NT 4.0 SP3, 2000, XP, Vista
Intel-compatible 486 or Pentium processor
40MB hard disk space
800x600 monitor resolution (or better)

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