In early 2007 the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program was launched. The National Library of Australia, in collaboration with Australian State and Territory libraries, began a program to digitise Australian newspapers for access and preservation purposes. By May 2009 Trove had been launched as a resource for information about Australians for Australians. It includes digitised newspapers from 1803-1954, The Australian Women’s Weekly to 1982, journals, articles and datasets, books, pictures, photos, objects, music sound and video, maps, diaries, letters and archives, archived websites, people and organisations and lists.
Link from Australian Cemeteries. Includes photos and data.
Register of burials.
Kilmore Mechanics Institute and Free Library Inc. A comprehensive guide to Kilmore, including a history of the Institute in Kilmore and profiles of some of the towns benefactors, the Regional Studies Collection, The Kilmore Celtic Studies Centre, and the Kilmore Medical Library. Town directories and current event listings.
Shire of Mitchell Local government area.
Mitchell Shire Library Service Includes an online catalogue to their collection.
Assumption College Kilmore Founded in 1893, this site includes a short history of ACK.
Kilmore International School An historical landmark in Kilmore formerly St Josephs convent.
St Patrick’s Primary School Kilmore Also includes some history
Anglican Parish of Kilmore – Includes photos and a history of the Parish.
Kilmore & District Hospital – Over 150 years serving the local community.
Victorians at War – Listen to the personal story of Lansell West of Kilmore
Crash of Woomera outside Kilmore 1943 From the Australians at War website.
1870 : St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Kilmore, Victoria
General Sites also of interest
Beginning your Family History – Advice from the Genealogical Society of Victoria
Web sites for genealogists by Cora Num An Australian Gateway for tracing your family history
Cyndi’s list of genealogy sites on the internet A good starting point online for genealogists