Browse this site for your Eden and Monaro area ancestors, you will be surprised how many families are mentioned in these biographies or are listed in our database.

The Eden/Monaro Pioneers database contains over 330,000 names - all the currently identified individuals and families from the Eden/Monaro region and surrounding areas as well.  By searching this database you may discover your ancestors and trace the many connections between families. You can now search either

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HISTORY
Aboriginals
Banking
Boundaries
Burial Records
Bushrangers
Cemeteries
Census 1828
Convicts
Churches
Commercial History
Education
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Events
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Historical Articles
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Local Government
Maps
Masonic Lodge
Medical Services 
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Newspapers
Official & Judicial
Parliamentary Reps
Past Newsletters
P&A Association
PP Board
Pioneers
PO Directory 1870
Photos
Properties
Railways
School of Arts
Snowy Hydro Ltd
Sporting
The Towns
Tourism
Transport & Mails
Utilities
Vehicles
War Efforts
Boer War Enlistees
WW1 ANZACs 
WW2 Enlistees 

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Transcriptions

 

The histories and/or family trees of over 2050 Eden-Monaro Pioneering Dynasties have now been listed on this site. Many of them have been contributed by people who have visited the site and others have been transcribed from old books like 'Back to Cooma' Celebrations or have been compiled from the information contained in the Eden/Monaro Pioneers Database.  For links to all the families go to the Pioneers' Index
Corrections and Alterations
If you disagree with the content of one or more of these submissions or wish to contribute further information and/or images, please contact the website coordinator with your suggested corrections and/or additions, we are happy to include any relevant information sent to us

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Published regularly, this newsletter is designed to keep people informed about our activities including:

  • the latest additions and corrections to Monaro Pioneers Website and database.
  • to collect and communicate Historical information about the Eden/Monaro District and the families that lived there
  • and most importantly the newsletter is a venue for people who have an interest in the district to keep in contact with each other.

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