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K surnames of PECK of Taita

Journal by ngairedith

The tree, PECK of Taita, contains many early settler families of New Zealand. Started in 2008 as a Family Tree of Samuel PECK, it now contains thousands of people who are not at all related to him, but are still connected (in varying degrees) through generations of marriages. The site has therefore been changed to a 'Genealogy Help Site' for those researching 'Kiwis' in all NZ districts

The names on the tree as at 16 Sep 2010 ... amended 20 Sep 2013
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* click the following link to access more on each individual:
K surnames

Kahui
Kainey
Kale (8)
Kamin
Karaka
Karatiana
Karl
Kask
Kasseybaum
Kate, -
later changed to Cate
Kawharu
Kay
Kayes (6)
Kayser (6)

Kealy
Kean
Keane
Kearin
Kearney
Kearny
Keats
Keech (6)
Keefe (6)
Keeling
Keeller
Keen
Keep
Keeshan
Keighley
Keith (9)
Keliher (6)
Kelk
Kell
Kellagher
Kelleher
Kelliher
Kelling
Kellock
Kellow
Kells (26)
Kellt
Kelly (24)
Kelsall
Kelsen (17)
Kelson
Kemble
Kemp (12)
Kempe
Kempster
Kempton (15)
Kendall
Kendrick (40)
Kennard
Kenndey
Kennedy
Kennell
Kennott
Kenny
Kent
Kenyon
Keogh
Ker
Kerley
Kernot
Kerr (17)
Kerridge
Kerrigan
Kershaw
Kerslake
Kerwan
Kessell (9)
Kever (6)
Key (13)
Keyne
Keys (39)
Keyte

Kibblewhite (13)
Kibler
Kidd (6)
Kiddell
Kiddle
Kidson
Kiely
Kilbride
Kilford
Kilgour
Kilkolly
Killington
Kilminster
Kilmister
Kilsby
Kilsby ?
Kime
Kimmins (11)
Kinane
Kincaid
King (79)
King-Turner
Kingcome
Kingdon
Kingsbeer (9)
Kingsland
Kinnaird
Kinniburgh (22)
Kinnis
Kinsey
Kinzett
Kipling
Kirk (13)
Kirker
Kirkham
Kirkwood
Kirtley
Kitchen
Kite
Kitt (9)
Kittisford
Kitto (6)
Kivell (6)

Klee
Kleipzig
Klingender

Knapp (16)
Kneebone
Knell
Knigge
Knight (52)
Knightbridge
Knocks
Knott
Knowles (20)
Knox
Knuckey (8)
Knutson
Knyvett

Kobersten
Kohler
Kojnson
Koller (7)
Koops
Kosy
Kotschinske
Kott
Kowheta

Kropka
Kruse

Kuhtz (6)
Kupa

A .... B .... C .... D .... E .... F .... G .... H .... I .... J .... K ... L
M ... N ... O ... P ... Q ... R ... S ... T ... U ... V ... W ... Y ... Z
UPDATED 20 Sep 2013

PHOTO
Alfred KENDRICK (1867-1943)
learned the brick-making trade in his father's brickworks at Marton

by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2013-04-10 04:59:57

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