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|Comments:||Looking for a christian organisation who are involved with outdoor pursuits. especially Rock climbers????? any info would be appreciated|
|Comments:||Gday guys Great work|
The sites going well!
Tena koe Donna
Can you please send me any information regarding the
arts and craft shop catalogue. Everyone over here like the
beanies (price per beanie) would like to purchase more
please. Arohanui to your Dad and Mum and Whanu.ArohanuiPam
|Name:||Debra big Eagle|
|Comments:||I am looking for information about my Grandfather Albert
Victor Alexander Thomas' brother. His name was Ernest
Thomas. He went to Aukland New Zealand & my grandfather
went to Canada & then to United States where he married my
Grandmother & moved to Kentucky. My grandfather was born in
1885 and I don't know if Ernest was older or younger. They
came from Pecham (London)England. Ernest was President of
Aukland Power Plant. Any Info would be appreciated.
|E-mail address:||email@example.com USA|
|Comments:||I am trying to find family in Waverley, NZ.
They are the following, Mark Lupton, Bruce Lupton and Kathe
Any ideas would be appreciated as to where I can look for
Thanks for your site and hope to hear from you or someone
soon regading my family research.
San Jose, CALIF. USA
|Comments:||Hi, I have professional, original, mint condition pictures
of Auckland in the 1920s. Down Town, War Memorial
Museum, Railway Station & Waitermata Harbour, Mt
Victoria, Town Hall, Mt Eden view, Queen Street,
Auckland Library, Ferries, Rongitoto from Mt Eden with
Mater Hospital. Do you know anyone interested in
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|Comments:||Interesting reading. I'm looking for an ancestor of mine.
He was buried at Mowhango Marae near Taihape. We only knew him as uncle Paddy. We would really like a photo of him to complete a section of our family tree. We do know that he had a son named Wharepapa but he now resides in Australia.
Can anyone help? He was the son of Harry Chases FIRST
relationship, and had a sister - Emere(Emily) and a brother Te Huia.
|Comments:||I'm looking some information in to my English project,wich
is discussing different countries and different coultures.
This sight was very nice and helpful. Thank you !
20.9.1999 Siilinjärvi, Finland
|Comments:||the Maori are a beautiful, unique and interesting people
that i am proud to say i am one of!cool sight, and do you
know any good sights to trace family trees(of the maori
people)? thanks! stay cool
Peace~pass it on~
|Name:||sarah louise robinson|
|Comments:||I am a student in England carrying out research into the Maori tribes for an assignment for my degree. I am trying to find out all about your traditional rituals and whether they still exist today. I am also trying to find out whether there are any intercultural differences that may occur in business. How do the Maori's meet and greet there families? Are there any customs such as a kiss on both cheeks etc. when greeting each other. What foods do you eat? Can anyone help me out with any information? I am at firstname.lastname@example.org or postal address is 15 Kenilworth road, Polygon, Southampton, Hants SO15 2GA ENGLAND|
|E-mail address:||email@example.com au|
|Comments:||loved the tale of Nuku and Ruanui !
Iwas looking around for things about Ngti Wai from over the east coast side ....entered massey this year .....
a hiki rangi e !
ahiki nuku e !
|Comments:||I'll take some time to look through it, but I'll get back to you as my father was born in NZ and I still have some trails to follow over there. Thanks for your trouble|
|Comments:||What a great site! There is so much detail here that its
hard to take in all at once! I cant wait to come back!
|Comments:||I love your pages, specially the graphics - I think its
really great the amount of effort you've put into your
|Comments:||Interesting and very informative pages.|
|Comments:||Kia Ora Just popped in to see you. I live in Manurewa. I
thought I'd go look at your site after I signed your book
cause I might get lost somewhere! I like looking for
genealogy sites as well, but I can't find many. Ka kite ano.
|Comments:||Have been looking everywhere for names indexes for Mt Albert
Boys Grammar, thanks... Will you be writing any more from
this school, am looking for a relatives name, William
|Comments:||Thanks for all the information. You have put together
some very informative pages, and I can't wait to come to New
Zealand to tie up a few loose family ends!!
My family names include: SWISS, MARTON, JOHNSON, HOPE and
BARNETT of Auckland (1900).
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