Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy


What does State Records do?

State Records is the archives for the official records of State and Local Government in South Australia. The records that form our collection are transferred into the custody of State Records when of no further active use to the government agencies that created them. The records have great historical and administrative value. Records can be accessed by the public through the Research Centres. Access conditions may apply. for more click here

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