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Remana Newton (NUTANA) is buried in the cemetery right beside Poihakena Marae in Raglan. Most of the Newton offspring live here also and other places. I, am from Raglan, home of my ancestors, of...
by HIAHIA 1 week, 5 days ago
in William T Newton. Part of the Second Waikato Regiment, New Zealand. Don't know where he came from or when he died. Had a son Remana Nutana (Newton) and a daughter Te Hana Wi Kingi Newton.
Tena koe Harata. Take what info you have of Koroua, Kuia along to your nearest MAORI LAND COURT. They are available to assist you regarding what you may be seeking and more.
by HIAHIA 1 week, 5 days ago
in Info
Tena koe John. I would advise you to take your Tupuna Koroua and Kuia names to the closest MAORI LAND COURT, They may have exactly what you seek and more.
by HIAHIA 1 week, 5 days ago
in I am looking for information about my mums whanau her grandfather is John Te Whata and my mothers mums name is Melva Ellen Te Whata.
I no there was a sister of my great Granfather Carl Louise Emil Lorentzen who married a Hanson & they were in Sth Australia. Not sure where Gisborne & Carterton are what country.
by JFJ 1 week, 5 days ago
in "Looking for Lorenz Lorenzen or Lorentzen - From Flensberg, Denmark b. 18 July 1820
Maria- many thanks for your response to my posting. I did try to email you with the address u gave me, and it came back with not knowing that email address. Iam extremely interested in any other...
by JFJ 1 week, 5 days ago
in ROBERT MATTOCK WW1 WAR RECORD For England
Hi. What ship did they come over on? Was it the Tongariro around 1890? My great Granddad was a Greer (Grier) from Ireland. His dad was William born around 1814. I know the ship stopped in Australia...
by dtmacmillan 1 week, 5 days ago
in Looking for information on "Greer" family from Antrim who emigrated to Australia and settled in the Hunter Valley, NSW.
Hi. This is so interesting. Can you help Me. My name is Deanne MacMillan and my grandmother was Minnie Gladys Greer, but she went by Gladys Marie. She was one of the 14 children by John and...
by dtmacmillan 1 week, 5 days ago
in Grier/Greer/luddington Family
Dr. John Sundius Stamp the surgeon superintendent- is my 3rd great-grandfather 1799–1849 BIRTH 13 DECEMBER 1799 • Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England DEATH 6 NOVEMBER 1849 •...
by janilye 1 week, 6 days ago
in BOUNTY EMIGRANTS PER TASMAN into Geelong 1849
Mervyn Harold Maroney and Olive Alice Maroney were my great grandparents whom I never got to meet. Their children were Kenneth, Eric, Joan, Margaret, Kathleen and Ella. I never met Ken who married...
by rellie451 2 weeks ago
in Maroney
DEATH. Name: Brian Ronald MARKS. Year died: 1971. Place: Lake Tyers, Victoria. Age: 31 years. Father: Gordon MARKS. Mother: Lillian KENNEDY. Ref: Registry of Deaths Victoria. Reg. #21014.
by tonkin 2 weeks ago
in Brian Marks
This could be the death of Lillian's husband. DEATH. Name: Gordon Norman MARKS. Year died: 1974. Place: Dimboola, Victoria. Age: 61 years. Father: Norman Robert MARKS. Mother: Rebecca...
by tonkin 2 weeks ago
in Lillian Betsy marks
Mary Ellen and John Charles are my dads parents, my grand parents. John Charles was a Lawyer. All i know about Mary Ellen is that she died when my dad was young, My dad was raised by Maureen and...
by paratrooper 2 weeks ago
in Looking for 'Charlotte Mary Josephine Lewis' and David Lewis of Kumara New Zealand
Info obtained from Births & Marriages, Victoria. Registration numbers provided above. There were a few MARKS clans in the Dimboola area so it's possible Annie MARKS was related to the...
by tonkin 2 weeks ago
in Lillian Betsy marks
The link isn't working for some reason. Google Thomas Monahan, Ripponlea and select this result. The Village - City of Port Phillip: Heritage...
by itellya 2 weeks ago
in REVIEW OF ROSALIND PEATEY'S "SETTING THE SPIRIT FREE; THE PIONEERS OF THE SOUTHERN MORNINGTON PENINSULA" (VIC., AUST.)
Pioneers often named a property they owned after another property they owned or an area with which they were associated but whether he'd given this name to his grants in the parish of Fingal could...
by itellya 2 weeks ago
in REVIEW OF ROSALIND PEATEY'S "SETTING THE SPIRIT FREE; THE PIONEERS OF THE SOUTHERN MORNINGTON PENINSULA" (VIC., AUST.)
Ray, Thanks for this summary of Rosalind's book and your comments. I could never figure why someone had recorded Purves's Pre-Emptive right and stuffed up Smythe's 1841 map. Also, with George...
by HH5647 2 weeks, 1 day ago
in REVIEW OF ROSALIND PEATEY'S "SETTING THE SPIRIT FREE; THE PIONEERS OF THE SOUTHERN MORNINGTON PENINSULA" (VIC., AUST.)