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NEW-ZEALAND

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Seafarers Scroll
by Olwyn Whitehouse
15 years, 1 month
Re: [NZ] List Admin.
by Jack Gruschow
15 years, 1 month
MARK, HAMILTON. TODD, DARRAGH, MAGILL, McCLOY,
by Jack & Jan Carr
15 years
tremor
by PentonyGraham
15 years
James Lewis. buried Clareville
by PentonyGraham
15 years
Re: [NZ] time of births
by Carolyn
15 years
Wanganui R.C. lookup please?
by Les Fox
15 years
McDermott/Tobin/Cole/Cantwell
by Dianne Fleming
15 years
JOSEPH at Invercargill
by Kitty
15 years
time of births
by esme
15 years
FW: [NZ] REUNION suggestions
by MSKelleher
15 years
PERKS family in NZ (continued!)
by Tony Curwen
15 years
TAYLOR-THOMAS
by List user
15 years
Re: PERKS
by Mary Anne Britnell
15 years
BRIGGS
by Steve_My
15 years
Henry Charlton Powell
by Alan & Marion Gooch
15 years
McGowan NZ Society
by Barbara Dennis
15 years
Celeste and Yvonne BOUILLON
by Jack & Jan Carr
15 years
BDMS South Canterbury
by Olwyn Whitehouse
15 years
Can we find John A. Potter in Otago 1869? - 'James Nicol Fleming' diarist
by Olwyn Whitehouse
15 years
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