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New Zealand genealogical sources

Auckland Public Library.

New Zealand genealogical sources

(a list of material available in the library).

by Auckland Public Library.

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Written in English


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A selection of links to websites that are useful for ethnic genealogical research. See also: Genealogy State Archives Vital Records Contents African-American Asian Australia and New Zealand British Isles Eastern European and Russian French-Canadian Hispanic: Central and South America, Mexico, Caribbean, and the West Indies Jewish Native American Western . Auckland, New Zealand: The New Zealand Society of Genealogists Inc. (FHL book B2na). WorldCat entry. This journal contains articles on research methodology in New Zealand and 50 the British Isles, articles of genealogical interest, book .


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New Zealand genealogical sources by Auckland Public Library. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Major genealogical record sources in New Zealand. [Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Genealogical Society. Research Department.;]. Get this from a library. Guide to genealogical sources--Australia and New Zealand. [Niel T Hansen; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Melbourne Stake Genealogical Committee.]. otherwise need to consult index book for location and time period Inquests/Coroners' Reports Held at the Archives office nearest the court.

indexed in Archway which will give the location and reference number - Starting Your Genealogical Journey 4. New Zealand Sources.

Archives collect and preserve original documents of organizations such as churches or governments. Libraries generally collect published sources such as books, maps, and microfilm.

This section describes the major repositories of genealogical and historical records and sources for New Zealand. Home / New Book Releases. Category: New Book Releases. Australia, New Zealand genealogical sources book Zealand, elsewhere in Europe, and Latin[ ]Read more.

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One of the major genealogical collections is: New Zealand oral genealogy project. Oral Genealogy Interview[s] (Family History Library film ) This film inventories the oral genealogies of many of the New Zealand Maori (Polynesian natives of.

New Zealand Genealogy Links - Extensive links, focusing on marriage records, birth, shipping lists, and military records. It also has a good section of regional resources. New Zealand Genealogy Online - Links to New Zealand genealogical resources.

New Zealand Genealogy Records from - a collection of digitised sources for. New Zealand public. • To advance the education of the New Zealand public in the study of family histories, genealogies and kindred subjects.

• To provide assistance for people wishing to compile family histories from sources in New Zealand and overseas. • To set up and operate a library of genealogies and related books and documents. that focuses on the history and culture of New Zealand and the Pacific.

It is administered by the University of Otago in trust for the people of New Zealand. Collections of books, news-papers, pictures, periodicals, archives, photographs and many genealogical sources can be found here. The library is particular.

New Zealand doesn’t keep genealogical information from censuses. There are a number of census substitute sources you can use.

Search the library catalogue for: street directories. phone directories. local body electoral rolls. burgess rolls. habitation indexes. sources available for that period. Then refer to Table B for information about those sources. More information can be obtained by writing to the New Zealand Society of Genealogists, P.O.

BoxSymonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand. A useful source book is Niel T. Hansen's Guide to Genealogical Sources-Aastraliaand New Zealand. When Americans recall the Irish Potato Famine, they immediately think of the hundreds of thousands who emigrated to the U.S.

between and But during that famine and at other times, Irish emigrants ventured to many other parts of the world, notably the British Isles, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, elsewhere in Europe, and Latin America.

1 New Zealand N ew Zealand is composed of two islands, the North Island and Archives New New Zealand by Claire Bruell Zealand has a set of telephone direc-tories dating generally from the early updated by Beyond the Book: An Outline of Genealogical Sources at.

NEW ZEALAND ONLINE GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH SITES. Updated - Wednesday 08 March NEW ZEALAND - SOOTY'S PASSENGER LISTS AND SOURCES AUCKLAND - Auckland Area Passenger ArrivalsNEW ZEALAND ON-LINE TELEPHONE BOOK TELEPHONE NUMBERS IN NEW ZEALAND.

New Zealand Journal of History, 46, 2 ( ‘Jocks’-of-all-trades GENEALOGICAL METHODS, OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES AND NEW ZEALAND’S SCOTS, – analysis of migrant patterns is a new approach, the use of genealogical sources in migration studies is not novel. Elliott’s work on migrants from Tipperary to.

Australia and New Zealand's history is linked as far back at and trans-Tasman migration began a little later with whalers and sealers, often with convict crew, from Sydney.

A shipping and migration bibliography and a list of basic New Zealand genealogical sources have been included for further reading.

Genealogy (from Greek: γενεαλογία genealogia "the making of a pedigree") is the study of families, family history, and the tracing of their ogists use oral interviews, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records to obtain information about a family and to demonstrate kinship and pedigrees of its members.

The results are often displayed in charts or. Beyond the book: an outline of genealogical sources at National Archives transferred or identified since the preparation of Family history at National Archives National Archives of New Zealand [ Book: ] At 2 libraries.

This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 88,) Outreach (Wellington, N.Z.: Online). Gateway to North America: People, Places, and Organizations of 19th-Century New York. From the New-York Historical Society, this database features over residential and business directories, organization records, urban guidebooks, and other sources rich in names and places that present a history of the people of New York City from the late eighteenth through the early.

New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Regional Research Guides. Available for a variety of regions in New Zealand, these booklets are full of useful sources and genealogical repositories, specific to those regions. Note: A part of this article was published In 'Families', Ontario Genealogical Society, volno.2, May Introduction This article offers a summary of the sources available in Holland to genealogical researchers.

To be able to do genealogical research well, it. During the early 's a genealogical history of the Alve family in New Zealand and Germany was researched, compiled and published as a book. This work traced what could be gleaned then about the German background of Carl and Maria Theresia Alve who emigrated to New Zealand from Germany.

They arrived in Wellington during March advise that the book Gwa Leng Wongs in New Zealand is now available for purchase. 'It takes a village to raise a child', says the proverb.

Gwa Leng, in the southern province of Guangdong, China, is a special village for many in NZ; and some of its children -now elders themselves in a faraway land -have contributed to this special book to tell the. GENEALOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY: FAMILY SPECIFIC DOCUMENTS Detre Library & Archives, Heinz History Center The register of Puckety families / prepared by Andrew R.

Stewart, Published: Latrobe, Pa.: R.W. Stewart, c Call Number: BXL S q Adair Family Genealogy,includes letters and articles on John Irwin.

New Zealand Immigration Records. This should get you started researching New Zealand immigration records, tracing your New Zealand family history all the way back to the British Isles.

Of the roughly 4, people living in New Zealand these days, most are descended from people who migrated from England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland.

Useful Resources for New Zealand 19th Century Records National Archives of New Zealand Genealogical Sources by Judith S. Hornabrook The New Zealand Genealogist pages Beyond the Book: An outline of genealogical sources at National Archives transferred orFile Size: KB. Major sources discussed include civil, census, church, and land records; other sources are probate and emigration records, deeds, newspapers, directories, and the Genealogical Office.

Part Three "A Reference Guide" lists original documents and published sources for each county. McCarthy, Tony. The Irish roots guide / Tony McCarthy. This book is designed to get rid of the clutter of paperwork, and keep it altogether in a single book.

This work book contains 20 family group sheets, and 20 pages of notes, and an index page for your to fill in, so you can easily find the right page quickly.5/5. Genealogical sources Index and extracts of Cumbrians in Wills proved at the PCC.

IND No Author Genealogical sources Cumbrian Wills Irish families in Australia and New Zealand, Rev. Vol. One; Abbott-Dynan, COF Hubert William Coffey & Marjorie Jean Morgan Genealogical sources Irish Land grants, ; a record of registeredFile Size: KB. Guide to genealogical sources, Australia and New Zealand.

Date: From: Melbourne, Melbourne Stake Presidency and Stake Genealogical Committee, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, p. A new website called has been taken to steal the content of the site Stole user-uploaded content While it’s serious enough that content is stolen from another site and presented by others as “their own”, some of the content that was stolen was uploaded to by findgrave users.

The Weekly Genealogist Get special features, articles, and news about family history; The NEHG Register Flagship journal of American genealogy since ; American Ancestors Award winning magazine that contains articles about genealogical topics, plus advice and resources; Mayflower Descendant Pilgrim genealogy and history; Database News Get real-time alerts when we add.

Shop for Books online fromNew Zealand's biggest online store. Millions of products at discount prices - It's shopping made easy. genealogical and biographical enquiries with which they have to deal in the course of their work.

The bibliography is by no means exhaustive there may be some sources which the compiler has overlooked, and, there may be new materials which may come to light later on or published in future and which are not included in this volume. He Pukaki Māori: A Guide to Māori Sources at National Archives, ; Family History at National Archives, (out of print) Beyond the Book: An Outline of Genealogical Sources at National Archives Transferred or Identified Since the Preparation of.

NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE ROLL OF HONOUR. The names in this Roll of Honour have been taken from the book "The Great War — — — New Zealand Expeditionary Force Roll of Honour" originally published in and cross-referenced to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission web-site.

The book is divided into three sections, as follows:. The New Zealand COULINGs descend from William COULING and Mary Ann BRYAN from Churchill, Oxfordshire, family name was COULDING in parish records from until at least At that time, the census shows the family head as William COLING, 20, his wife Mary Ann, 22, and son George, 3 months.

The Record published by NYG&BS (New York Genealogical & Biographical Society): The Record was founded inmaking it the second-oldest genealogical journal in the United States.

Their articles focus on families that lived in New York State before Often contains compiled genealogies of immigrants, continuing for three to five generations. AWARD BOOK LISTING The genealogical associations and societies listed below give awards for Category: Genealogical Methods and Sources Ouimette, David.

“Proving the Parentage of John Bettis: Immigrant Ancestor of Bettis Families Ireland, India, New Zealand, England, Australia, South Africa, and the United States. Sources for further reading and reference.

Concise Genealogical Dictionary, by Maurine & Glen Harris. Federal Population Census, by the National Archives Trust Fund Board. Abbreviations and Acronyms: A Guide for Family Historians A book by by Kip Sperry.

Colonial American English: A Glossary by Richard M. Lederer. SOURCES Family History Sources in Pacific Islands V 10, # REFj BR2 SOURCES Immig, Settlement in Australia, New Zealand V 10, # REFj BR2 OCEANIA - COUNTRIES: AUSTRALIA Sources for Fam Hist in Australia, New Zealand V 10, #b REFj BR2 NEW ZEALAND Sources for Fam Hist in Australia, New Zealand V 10, #b REFj BR2 TONGA.There are also many links to genealogical sources from our Popular let’s take a meander through the shelves to see what’s new in the New Zealand Collection this month.

the Pacific, All Blacks and other sporting pursuits. As always a great variety on the new book shelves of the New Zealand Collection. The end of the golden weather; a.We reviewed more thanrelevant sources to validate our findings and connect the dots from the U.S. Census, state census, county records, birth certificates, death certificates, Quaker Meeting Minutes, family bibles, collaboration with other researchers, books, newspapers, Facebook, the Internet, and other public sources.