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Thankyou for that  information  about my  descendants 
2017
Thankyou for that  information 
2017
Thankyou for that  information 
2017
I enjoyed reading your article Addy. My aunt Vera Cossar who was my father's sister married Maurice Coles in 1929 and some time after 1954 they went to live in
2017
Hi there, I'm looking to track down any potential family I have (descendants of Jack Thornton) out in Fiji or New Zealand.   Apparently I have a half uncle who
2017
Hi there, I'm looking to track down any potential family I have (descendants of Jack Thornton) out in Fiji or New Zealand.   Apparently I have a half uncle who
2017
I started at the Maungaturoto Disctrict High School in 1947, so may well have been in the same room as Dianne Cullen Smith at some time.  What a terrible and
2016
Thanks so much Ken!
2016
Te Rimu bus by KenW
2016
My name is Ken Watkins. Our family lived in Te Rimu twice. My mother was Millie,my father Tom Watkins was the boiler-man/engine driver for the mill. We left for Tataraakina
2016
I couldn't tell. Well before my time now. I'm a bit of stranger to New Zealand.
2016
Hi my name is Barbara Anker I am living in Australia, I thoroughly enjoyed reading all about your family and the history of Brighton House. I am also relatedto you
2016
Hello Christine I am the descendent of Winifred Foley, the daughter of James Foley who was the son of Edmund Foley. Winifred (aka Mater) was my great grandmother. Her daughter
2016
This is an interesting story, which regretfully does not present the full facts of the death of Volkner. Volkner did serve his community well, in the eyes of the Church, during
2015
Hello Christine. I'm a greatgrandson of Denis and Jane Foley, l've learned a lot about my family from your article. Douglas Foley
2015
What a marvel the internet is.  I am writing a story of my grandfather - following one of my great grandfather.  The latter is a self published book - website
2015
We own land on the Waitewhena Road and have done since 1904, that bridge would have made a differnce to the lives of my family when travelling north, but I
2015
Great article. FYI, that store was owned by my grandfather, Nicholas (Narntella) Zadey. He was originally a hawker from Lebanon
2015
Hi John   Because this article is actually an entry in a writing competition we can't change it's contents.  You could however write another article, or specifically detail the extra
2015
Hello....            My wife, Bev and I had the privelige of meeting Alan and Jess North  in 1965... when I had a job as enginedriver at Manukau timber mill...at that
2015