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 Post subject: NZ Research
PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 9:44 am 

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Location: New Zealand
If anyone would like me to search for any record or family here in New Zealand I would be happy to do so. I live in NW Auckland but I will try to help with anything NZ wide. Just Ask!

My Nana told me lots of Burnley people came out, and as soon as they stepped off the boat there were ex-Burnley people to greet them and a place to stay for awhile before they got on their feet.

Glenys

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Thanks Glenys, that's a really kind offer.

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I would be very willing to search Ontario records for anyone looking for ancestors or relatives here. I have access to the Archives of Ontario, (there is a website of their holdings.) The Vital Statistics indexes are more restricted here than in England, except to direct relatives: births 1869-1911, marriages 1801-1926, with gaps, deaths 1869-1936.

Also, I could look up some out of province records, such as newspapers, cemeteries, directories, if they've been filmed.

I'd be happy to help out.

Joan


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Thanks Joan. Qnother really kind offer.
We have some greta members! :D

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