Access to these records is restricted. People wishing to access restricted records can either contact their nearest Community Services Centre to apply or they can post the information; an application form must be completed together with proof of identity provided.
The Admission Registers give details of the date of admission, full name, age, religious denomination and by whom the boy was committed. The nature of the offence tcommitted as well as information as to under whose jurisdiction the boys were discharged, on what date this occurred, and details of any appeals. Whether the boys were checked by a doctor and/or psychiatrist, and further remarks of a personal kind are also included.
According to Connecting Kin (1998), there are 6 volumes of Admission Registers (Boys' Section).
We do not currently have any records linked to this organisation, but records may exist. The Find & Connect Support Service can help people who lived in orphanages and children's institutions look for their records.
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The Find & Connect Support Service can help people who lived in orphanages and children's institutions look for their records.
11 May 2022
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