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From 1833 to current day the population of the Falkland Islands has always been culturally diverse. With some families now able to claim eight or nine generations the following family files show the origin of some of the early families who lived, worked and often settled in the Falkland Islands.

These files are not a complete representation of families in the Falkland Islands in the 19th century but are those researched by the Archives over the last 10 years.

To protect the privacy of people who are still alive some information has been redacted.

Another good source of information on local personalities is “The Dictionary of Falklands Biography” edited by David Tatham ISBN 978-0-9558985


pdf1840-1900 People who have drowned in the FI.pdf(139.49 KB)

pdf1840-1909 People who have died from tuberculosis in the FI.pdf(154.65 KB)

pdf1842 Jan 25 - George Pike - H1.pdf(895.67 KB)

pdf1842-1889 Profession listed as gaucho.pdf(224.12 KB)

pdf1852 Sep 25 - per Stanley Cacique to Hope Place - H11.pdf(361.58 KB)

pdf1852 Sep 28 - per Record - H11.pdf(376.94 KB)

pdf1856 Jul - Govt School - H13.pdf(372.38 KB)

pdf1857 Baptisms of Children - H14.pdf(486.45 KB)

pdf1866 Dec 31 - Govt School Return - H25.pdf(575.85 KB)

pdfFox Bay Government Station - Notices of Marriage Marriage Licences and Marriage Certificates 1916 to 1950.pdf(2.08 MB )



While every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy the Jane Cameron National Archives does not accept responsibility for any errors in these records.

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