"BRIGG HOUSE" 

OPEN MONDAY & THURSDAY

9.30 AM TO 2.30 PM, 

SATURDAY 9.00 AM TO 12 NOON.

Contact :email -secretary@igs.org.au

Phone President - 07 32823067

The Society has cancelled the Post Office Box;

Please address all correspondence to "Brigg House" Cooneana Heritage Centre, 1041 Redbank Plains Rd, New Chum, Ipswich QLD 4303

Email: secretary@igs.org.au
Brigg House Number: 3282 6454
President Number: 3282 3067  

 

PLEASE NOTE: It has been brought to my attention that the photograph on page 17 of the July edition of "Bremer Echoes" is the Thomas Barker family, but not Thomas Barker, "Red Gum" or "Old Sport".  It appears there were two Thomas Barkers in Ipswich at the same time, and I do apologize to Noela and the other readers.

Irma Deas, Editor.

 

 

Photographs on this web site are from a private collection unless otherwise stated.

 

Welcome to the Ipswich Genealogical Society Inc

We are here to assist with your family history research. Get started now by viewing our available resources, submit a Research Enquiry Form, or send us a message.

IPSWICH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY INC

Executive Committee:

Irma Deas,       President

      Claire Juler,      Vice President

Kathy Boggan,  Secretary

Eric Clarke        Treasurer

Entry will be denied if you or any visitors answer “yes” to the following questions:

Do you have a fever;   a dry cough;   shortness of breath;    a sore throat?

Have you been overseas, or in contact with anyone who has been overseas in the last month?

Members and visitors please use QR code or sign in with address, or phone number and volunteers must sign in on entry.

Sanitizer and bin for used wipes – beside sign in book and in “Volunteers’ Rest” area - bins in each room.

 Irma Deas,   President     03.06.2021

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