The Salvation Army Australian Southern Territory Territorial Headquarters holds most surviving personal records of people who spent time in Salvation Army Homes and Institutions across the Southern Territory which includes the Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. For South Australia the Headquarters holds limited admission records for the Salvation Army Boys Home, Mount Barker and the Salvation Army Girls Home, Fullarton. It holds a more general History Book related to the Salvation Army Boys Home, Kent Town.
If you were resident in a Home run by the Salvation Army you are entitled to apply for information and records held by the Territorial Headquarters.
You will be required to provide proof your identity, such as a drivers licence or birth certificate. If you don't have enough official documents can ask the Care Leavers of Australia Network (CLAN) or the Find & Connect Support Service to confirm your identity to the Salvation Army.
Those applying for information about a third party will need to have the written consent from that person.
? - 2012 Territorial Social Programme branch of The Salvation Army
2012 - The Salvation Army Australian Southern Territory Territorial Headquarters
Prepared by: Karen George and Gary George
Created: 9 April 2013, Last modified: 9 March 2016