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Papers Past
New Zealand's Yesteryear Newspapers : A Guide to Help With your Genealogy and Family History
Book - 2018
Tracing Mining Ancestors
A Brief Guide to Resources in Australia and New Zealand
Book - 2014
What Was the Voyage Really Like?
A Brief Guide to Researching Convict and Immigrant Voyages to Australia and New Zealand
Book - 2010
Index to New Zealanders Who Served in Other Forces During World War I
A Listing of Over 2,700 Names of Men and Women Who Served in Australian, British, Canadian, French, Italian & South African Forces
Microform - 1996
Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1908
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Outward passengers lists via Public Record Office Victoria. Search database for passengers travelling on ships leaving Victoria for destinations including New Zealand. Outward passengers lists via Public Record Office Victoria. Search database for passengers travelling on ships leaving Victoria for destinations including New Zealand. Show less
Births, Deaths & Marriages Online
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Search and order New Zealand Government records for births, deaths and marriages Search and order New Zealand Government records for births, deaths and marriages Show less
Auckland War Memorial Museum - Cenotaph
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Search for biographical and service details for over 115,000 New Zealand service men and women from the 19th century till today and especially from World ...Show more Search for biographical and service details for over 115,000 New Zealand service men and women from the 19th century till today and especially from World War One and World War Two. Information can include: birth places, addresses on enlistment, where next of kin resided. Follow the World War One service personnel on their journey to war and the places they went to: the campaigns and, for many, where they died and are buried. Also search troopships Show less
Papers Past
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Papers Past is the place to look of historical New Zealand newspapers. Covering the period 1839-1949, the site provides access to millions of pages of dig...Show more Papers Past is the place to look of historical New Zealand newspapers. Covering the period 1839-1949, the site provides access to millions of pages of digitised New Zealand, all from the comfort of your own home, and all free. Since the 2016 website update, Papers Past provides access to more than just newspapers, bringing letters and diaries, magazines, and parliamentary papers all onto the site as well. The newspapers in Papers Past are a good source of information about the social and political events of the times. Researchers of family history and whakapapa (genealogy) will find the shipping news, births, deaths and marriages of interest. Advertising also features strongly. A range of regional newspapers are available as well as those from the cities. Show less
The Cyclopedia of New Zealand | NZETC
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6 vols published between 1897-1908, present a glimpse of life in NZ at the turn of the twentieth century. About 20,000 people profiled,many of whom have b...Show more 6 vols published between 1897-1908, present a glimpse of life in NZ at the turn of the twentieth century. About 20,000 people profiled,many of whom have biographical notes and photographs providing a snapshot of their activities & achievements. Aim of The Cyclopedia, stated the publishers in Preface to Vol. One, was to “place on record plain facts regarding the settlement and progress of the Colony”. Notwithstanding this ideal, it is important to note that members of the public paid to feature in it & supplied the compilers with their histories & personal details.There are few entries for women, Māori or non-European settlers. Show less
Archives New Zealand | Archway
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Archway contains descriptions of over 1.5 million records that have been transferred from government agencies to four offices in Auckland, Christchurch, D...Show more Archway contains descriptions of over 1.5 million records that have been transferred from government agencies to four offices in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Wellington. This is contunually growing. Contains descriptive information only; Some records are now slowly being digitised eg. WW1 soldiers' records. The Archway index entry will indicate if a record has been digitised. Show less
New Zealand Cemetery Database and Map
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Comprehensive list and map of New Zealand Cemeteries. Also includes many Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries around the world with NZ service burials. Comprehensive list and map of New Zealand Cemeteries. Also includes many Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries around the world with NZ service burials. Show less
Community Archive
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The Community Archive is a hub for New Zealand's archival organisations to manage and showcase their collections.There is an enormous variety of materia...Show more The Community Archive is a hub for New Zealand's archival organisations to manage and showcase their collections.There is an enormous variety of material here, including: Personal and institutional records, including correspondence, diaries, oral history records, photographs and albums, minutes of meetings and other files, Personal identity records, including wills, birth, death and marriage certificates and registers Land information, including deeds, maps, Diaries, Oral history recordings, Literary manuscripts and typescripts Commissions, Immigration records, including ships' registers, log books, passenger lists, fiinancial records, for example account books Show less
New Zealand Yesteryears
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Includes passenger lists, shipboard diaries, photos of ships, names of provinces and map, immigration schemes Includes passenger lists, shipboard diaries, photos of ships, names of provinces and map, immigration schemes Show less
FamNet
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FamNet, the on-line Family History Network for those with a New Zealand connection FamNet, the on-line Family History Network for those with a New Zealand connection Show less
New Zealand History
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Explore Topics, Events, People, Places and more Explore Topics, Events, People, Places and more Show less
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