Here are some links to external sources which you might find interesting. These links will take you from our website to third party websites and HAFS is not responsible for their content etc. If you have other suggestions for inclusion, let us know.
For a list of our online resources on this website, click here.
Australian Dictionary of Biography
Concise, informative and fascinating descriptions of the lives of significant and representative persons in Australian history.
Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives and more maintained by the National Library of Australia.
Create family trees, search databases about Australia, the UK and worldwide depending on your subscription level.
Farleigh Hungerford Castle
An interesting Wikipedia entry about Farleigh Hungerford Castle and its history.
An excellent alternative for finding vital records of ancestors, often containing records not found in Ancestry.
The Hungerford Historical Association, UK
The website of the Historical Association of Hungerford Berkshire UK with considerable information about the historic market town of Hungerford. The noble family of Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford originated from the town (c1450–1450).
The town of Hungerford, UK
Wikipaedia information about the town of Hungerford (UK).
The town of Hungerford, Qld
Wikipedia information about the Queensland town of Hungerford.
Our American Cousins’ website (THFFI)
The website of our American cousins – The Hungerford Family Foundation, Inc (THFFI), the home of the Hungerford World Tree comprising tens of thousands of individuals who lived (or are living) in England, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States and more.
Booklet by Dennis Martin on the Hungerford Family (UK)
Read this short booklet compiled by Dennis Martin.
Hungerfords descended from European Royal Families
Excerpts from this book relevant to Hungerfords.
A Hungerford Family Project
A Geni project on the Hungerford family.
Society of Geneologists, UK
Founded in 1911 the Society of Genealogists (SoG) is Britain’s premier family history society. The Society maintains a splendid genealogical library and education centre in Clerkenwell in London. The Society’s collections are particularly valuable for research before the start of civil registration of births marriages and deaths in 1837 but there is plenty for the beginner too, including the Free Family History Access area where beginners can get a taste of some of the online sources that will help them start their research.
The Society was formed in 1932 and is the oldest family history society in Australia. SAG is an organisation that welcomes enthusiastic amateurs alongside professional genealogists, sharing a passion for family history. Their principal object is the advancement of genealogical education and this is reflected in their education program and collections.
The State Library of NSW
Information on how to research your family history and the many resources available through the State Library of NSW.