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NEW-ZEALAND

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HeritageTalks @ Central Library, Auckland
by Seonaid Lewis
1 year, 5 months
HeritageTalk: Wednesday - "Was your ancestor a Huguenot?" with Marion Heap
by Seonaid Lewis
1 year, 5 months
jumping ship!
by Adele Pentony-Graham
1 year, 5 months
Re: NEW-ZEALAND Digest, Vol 13, Issue 233
by Julie Collins (Skellern)
1 year, 5 months
List of Names of Men Jumping Ship in NZ
by The Hekes
1 year, 5 months
UK RESEARCH
by Dennis BROWN
1 year, 5 months
Bill GATES gospel:
by Dennis BROWN
1 year, 5 months
McIntosh from Dannevirke
by Tony&Ros Mooar
1 year, 5 months
Roe, Walter Fred
by Patricia Doherty
1 year, 5 months
Samuel & Eliza Heath - Nelson, NZ
by Sue & Evan Thomas
1 year, 5 months
Sedgmere - St Marks Anglican gravestone info added
by Bev Evans
1 year, 6 months
NZ School Registers.
by Noeleen Sutton
1 year, 6 months
Re: NEW-ZEALAND Digest, Vol 13, Issue 226
by Gaye Ruru
1 year, 6 months
Laundries 1860s Auckland Provincial hospital and Auckland Asylum
by Chris
1 year, 6 months
HeritageTalk:- Elusive ancestors with Marie Hickey
by Seonaid Lewis
1 year, 6 months
Mt Maunganui School Registers
by Ken Woodgate
1 year, 6 months
RIMUTAKA sailing 1887
by List user
1 year, 6 months
Hibiscus Coast Community Calendar
by List user
1 year, 6 months
Southbridge - St. James Anglican gravestone photos added
by Bev Evans
1 year, 6 months
Lost property - Auckland Family History Expo
by Seonaid Lewis
1 year, 6 months
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