Family Genealogy Nz

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New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc. FAMILY HISTORY – PRESERVING OUR PAST FOR THE FUTURE FAMILY GROUP SHEET HUSBAND _____ _____ SOURCES OF INFORMATION Birth _____ Place

LDS FAMILY HISTORY CENTRES IN NEW ZEALAND District Address Phone Hours Wellington Porirua Chapel Street corner of Ngatitoa Street Porirua, Wellington,

Contents: Section A: New Zealand Archives, Manuscripts and records Section B: New Zealand Genealogy Section C: Other New Zealand titles of genealogical interest

New Zealand Family Research Directory , Mary Neill, Auckland, NZ Society of Genealogists, 2005. K2/50/2005 Settlers: being extracts from the journals and letters of early colonists in Canada, Australia, New Zealand Ancestors Genealogy Family History Births Deaths Marraiges

Addington Cemetery Tour Addington Cemetery 2007 1 Compiled by Richard L. N New Zealand cricket, the first volume covering the years 1841-1914, the second the years 1914-1933. Another a widow with a ‘fairly large grown-up family’ was living with a son, Joseph, in a recently

O’Neill Family from warrenpoint Ireland Family tree Information collected by maria king adimaria@Slingshot.CO.nz

New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc. FAMILY HISTORY – PRESERVING OUR PAST FOR THE FUTURE FAMILY GROUP SHEET HUSBAND _____ Sources of information

Upper Hutt Family History – Genealogy – Miscellaneous Information (Weblink HVF Geange Satchell) Richard GEANGE and Ruth SATCHELL Family History Richard GEANGE departed Australia and settled in New Zealand with his new wife and family.

SCOTTISH GENEALOGIST Index Volumes 1-52 1953-2005 INTRODUCTION Over the existence of the Scottish Genealogy Society indexes to the Scottish Genealogist have

Palmer Family History by Ivan Skipworth 1975 re-copied without alteration by Mary Skipworth 2002 A.C.P. a large amount of material on the Palmer family, their arrival in New Zealand and their subsequent history was available to me.

GENEALOGICAL INTERNET SOURCES Provides links to help research Samoan genealogy and family history. Also provides a forum for enquiries and discussion. New Zealand family histories, searchable by author, title, keyword and family name.

The whole family migrated to New Zealand on the Tyburnia in 1863. Thomas George Gummer . was the only son who . married, his wife being . Jane Taylor Moginie. They . had eight children. What can we say about our English forbears?.

The Wood Family, Wainuiomata Written by Horace William Wood, son of John William and Eliza Wood Issued in 1970, 2nd issue 1971 family to New Zealand. I would urge all who read these lines to spare a little time in their

Family of Donald Sinclair 1802-1871 of Reay, Caithness, Scotland Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England Nelson, New Zealand by Mary Skipworth

SMITH Britannia – Wellington – Wairarapa Family History – Genealogy – Miscellaneous Information (Weblink HVF Smith Wallace) William Mein SMITH and Louisa Bargrave WALLACE New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator newspaper 18 April 1840

New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc. FAMILY HISTORY – PRESERVING OUR PAST FOR THE FUTURE PERSONAL TUITION AT THE FRC DURING AUGUST NZSG will be offering one-hour personal tuition sessions on specific topics at the Family Research Centre during August Family History

Addington Cemetery Tour Addington Cemetery 2007 1 Compiled by Richard L. N New Zealand cricket, the first volume covering the years 1841-1914, the second the years 1914-1933. Another a widow with a ‘fairly large grown-up family’ was living with a son, Joseph, in a recently

THE MACGIBBON FAMILY TREE Descendants of John and Jane MacGibbon and their children Thomas, Jessie, Jeannie and John Jr, who arrived at Port Chalmers, New Zealand, from Greenock, Scotland, on 26 December, 1849. Eastern Southland for many years.

Julie MacDonald Councillor 2016-2018 NZSG Member #1270 The NZSG has changed immensely since the first time I was elected on to the Council in 1978

The Dunedin Family History Group’s purpose is to promote NZEF New Zealand Rifle Brigade Killed in action at Ypres, Belgium on 16 November 1917. THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918 LANCE-CORP 2014 june newsletter