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Members Meetings are held at the Gosford City Lions’ Community Hall (at the rear of our Research Centre) on the first Saturday of the month from February through to December.
Doors open at 11am. The meeting begins at 1pm sharp with the general business meeting followed by a guest speaker.

If you wish to complete some personal research before the Meeting our centre is open from 9.30am on Meeting Days.




     7th April 2018

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Tony will relate his early history during a very traumatic period in the closing stages of World War II.

His family fled from the Russians and were subsequently split up in war-ravaged Germany. 

He will describe his early life in Estonia and his subsequent journey across Europe,culminating in a search for a new home  and the family’s experiences as ‘New Australians’.




5th May 2018    Wayne JOHNSON

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Dr Wayne Johnson is the NSW Government’s Senior Archaeologist within the heritage team that looks after The Rocks and Darling Harbour in Sydney.
In addition he is Curator of The Rocks Discovery Museum and had been involved with archaeological investigations and historical research in the area for over 30 years.



2nd June 2018        Graham WILCOX      

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An amateur historian who has a special interest in 18th and 19th Century Australian history. This developed partly through his research of the lives of his ancestors who came to Australia from England, Ireland and France.  

After writing three books about all his ancestors, he published a book which tells how his great-grandfather Sir Arthur Rutledge, in 1899, ensured Queensland joined the other colonies to become a state of Australia. It was then destined to become a separate country.  This book is entitled The Struggle For Unity - A Story of the Federation of Australia.