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Lord Howe Island forms part of the State of New South Wales, Australia. It is a small island in the Tasman Sea 600 kilometres (370 mi) east of the Australian mainland. It has a small permanent population some of whom are descended from the earliest nineteenth-century settlers. It is administered from Sydney by the Lord Howe Island Board. It forms part of the federal electorate of Sydney and the state electorate of Port Macquarie.
There is a message board hosted by Ancestry.com.au which can be found at the following link: message board. Placing any queries you may have regarding ancestors who lived and worked there on the site may be of assistance.
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