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Historical legal archives

  • Criminal depositions 1861 to 1885 Popular

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    This index has been compiled from the Registers of criminal depositions created by the Crown Solicitors Office for the period 1861 to 1885.
  • Trustee files 1889 to 1929

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    This index was complied from the Files for Trustees created as a result of the Trustees Act of 1889 by Queensland Supreme Court, Southern District, Brisbane from 1889 to 1929.
  • Divorces 1861 to 1894 Popular

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    This index was compiled from the Matrimonial petitions (otherwise known as divorce files) as created by the Supreme Court of Queensland, Southern District, Brisbane from 1861 to...
  • Writs 1857-2008

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    Civil actions brought before the Supreme Court, Southern District, Brisbane. Includes divorce files 1894-1961. The file on each case contains the writ of summons and associated...
  • Equity files 1857 to 1899

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    This index was compiled from equity files created by the Supreme Court, Southern District, Brisbane from 1857 to 1899. Equity files include liquidation of companies, gold...
  • Wills 1857 to 1940 Popular

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    These indexes were compiled from the ecclesiastical (will) files kept by the three Supreme Court Districts of Queensland (Northern, Central and Southern) between 1857 and 1940....
  • Instruments of renunciation 1915 to 1983

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    This index was compiled from instruments of renunciation files created by the Supreme Court, Southern District, Brisbane from 1915 to 1983. Instruments of renunciation are legal...
  • Inquests 1859 to 1902 Popular

    28 recent views 1169 total views
    This index was compiled from the inquest files created by the Justice Department for the period 1859 to 1902. The index covers inquests from all over the state. Read more about...

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