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New Zealand reseach links.

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LadyKira

LadyKira Report 7 Nov 2012 11:38

Nudge

jeannie

jeannie Report 3 Mar 2013 04:23

If you are lucky enough to have an address in NZ of your relitive then don't forget to have a look at

google earth.

and if you are luck enough to have an address in Auckland look here

http://maps.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/aucklandcouncilviewer/

click on tools (left had side box icon)
click on historic aerial photography
on the right is a sliding bar that will give you Aerial photos as early as 1940
you can only search by current address but this should not be too different from the original address. It also gives you a good impression to how Auckland has changed since then.

This may be the same for other NZ council regions

JoyDean

JoyDean Report 1 Jun 2013 20:10

Nudge

Walter

Walter Report 6 Aug 2013 08:15

Iam looking for my uncle his name is William alexander McKenzie born 24/10/1907 at Fordyce in Scotland uk. we know that he went to war but my dad never saw him again.