Discover your ancestor in the Stroud baptismal register from 1892 to 1925.
This collection comprises extracts from the Stroud baptismal register covering 1892 to 1925 and includes those residing in Karuah, Sawyers Point, Limeburner’s Creek, Carrington, Tahlee, and Swan Bay/Mulwee.
Each result will provide a transcript with vital details from the baptism register, which may include the following:
Father’s first name(s)
Mother’s first name(s)
The country town of Stroud is located north of Newcastle in New South Wales. It is a small town with a population of 669 in 2006. The township was formed in the late 1820s when the Australian Agricultural Company set up its headquarters there on one million acres of land situated between Port Stephens and the Manning River.
Begin your search broadly by searching on just a name.
You can further refine your results, by including a baptism or birth year.
You can search by father’s and/or mother’s names to see if any of your ancestor’s siblings are also included in these records.