Discover your ancestor’s baptism, marriage, or burial record in these parish registers from Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle, New South Wales.
These are church records from the Anglican Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle, New South Wales. Included in this collection are baptisms, marriages, and burials. Newcastle Family History Society Inc. has provided these transcripts, which will include a combination of the following details:
Father’s first name(s)
Mother’s first name(s)
The records included in this collection span the years from 1804 to 1900. The transcripts were made from the original Christ Church Registers that are held at the University of Newcastle, Cultural Collections. Christ Church was originally built in 1817. It was knocked down in 1884 to allow for the building of the current cathedral.
Currently, in this collection of parish registers, we have just over 5,000 baptisms, around 2,200 marriages records, and just over 3,300 burials. Some burials have also been transcribed from newspapers and other sources.
Start your search broadly with only your ancestor’s name and a year.
If you are interested in only one type of event, use the ‘event type’ search field. You can narrow your results by baptism, marriage, or burial.
If you have a general idea of where your ancestor’s baptism, marriage, or burial took place, browse the place field to help narrow your results.