The Picton and District Historical and Family History Society digital archive holds a wide range of material relating to the history of Picton, its district and local families.
It is very much a work in progress. Our files are regularly being updated but digitising the material is an enormous task and we depend on a small number of volunteers.
While basic computing skills are helpful we can teach all you will need to know. You do not need to be a local resident. You will need a computer, an internet connection and an interest in history.
If you have an interest in our local history and would like to help please contact us.
A selection of the original registers of S.A. Warters, Undertaker of Picton relating to the Church of England Cemetery, Upper Picton and the Church of England section and General Section of Thirlmere Public Cemetery.
Subscriptions List – towards repairing fences and laying out walks etc in Upper Picton Cemetery – February 1893 and 20 October 1894 – 34 names.
Fees received for graves, kerbing etc – covers period 15 June 1893 to 8 June 1897. Gives name of deceased and name of person ordering the kerbing.
Stake Numbers for graves “General Interments” for period 15 June 1893 to 16 February 1913. Provides name of deceased. Grave number and section number to 28 September 1899.
Stake Numbers for graves from “The Home” (Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital – formerly Goodlet’s TB Home). Titled : ‘Interments from Thirlmere “Home”’. For the period 8 June 1893 to 15 March 1897. Provides name of deceased, stake number, where buried – all in sections 1 and 2.