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I live in the Wairarapa, New Zealand with my husband & 2x children. I am self-employed but have enjoyed helping people find lost & missing family members over the past few years. Feel free to leave me a message if you have extra information for someone.|
I am tying to add all local entries, but I also enter the deaths from the local paper, so I can connect them with any family at these cemeteries. (I do not keep copies of the obituary). For those entries which I have just the year of death date I have estimated the persons birth date, if you know the correct DOB date let me know and I will insure the correct information is entered. I am not related to 99.9% of my entries.
Cemeteries I have done and are complete are
Akura Urupa> Masterton
Ahipanepane Urupa> Te Ore Ore, Masterton
Hamuera Urupa> Gladstone
Oates Family Cemetery> Carterton
Te Uru o Tane Urupa> Masterton
Masterton War Memorial>
Mauriceville North, Wairarapa>
Mauriceville West, Wairarapa>
Taupo Old Maori Cemetery>
Wairarapa Cemeteries I am currently doing or will do:
Archer Street Cemetery> Masterton
Riverside Cemetery> Masterton
Waipopo Urupa,> Gladstone
Amahua Urupa,> Gladstone
Kohunui Urupa,> Pirinoa
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|Anamia King||Naming of Relatives|
Hi again Jo, just in reference to the photo's and posts, there are a few that are spelt incorrectly. Please double-check when you are posting these records as they are very sensitive issues to our family. Anamia
|Anamia King||Te Nahu Haeata|
Hi Jo, I am the eldest grand-daughter of Te Nahu Haeata, one of the 'find-a-grave's' that you had posted'. I have edited the name as it was posted incorrectly but my question is, who requested that you post information about my grandfather please as the cemetary in which he is buried and photo's that have been uploaded, is a private family cemetary. I would love to hear back from you please?
|lindudes||Jessie and George Dryden|
WOW!!! That was super fast, I only put that request up today :) Thanks so much for the photo!
Added by lindudes on Dec 21, 2013 2:57 AM
thank you for taking the photo of Eliza Braggins's headstone for me :)
Added by MystikNZ on Nov 23, 2013 5:48 PM
|Glennise Ferguson||William Archer double up...|
All corrected...Thanks a bunch Jo...XXX
|Adrienne UK||Masterton War Memorial.|
Hi Jo. Thanks for taking this photo. We actually had photos of the memorial that my brother took when he was visiting NZ, but if he had not done so this would have been very useful. When we were visiting a few years back we didn't know exactly where Ernest and his brother, our Dad lived and did not get as far as Masterton, as we thought they lived nearer to Featherston. A photo such as this would have helped a lot! It's a long way from the UK. :)
|DCollis||William Andrew Thanks|
Thank you so much for taking the photos. You have saved me a lot of time. Very fast and great quality photos. Thanks once again, Douglas.
Added by DCollis on Aug 07, 2013 4:11 AM
|Mary Coward||Robinson Family|
Hi Jo, I am somewhat a little excited. I have only just located this site quite by accident and have just registered. Excited because when I saw your name "Gregory" I am crossing my fingers and toes that you and I may have a link as I have just found you here through ancestry.com whilst searching for my NZ Robinson's. My 2nd great grandfather Robert Henry Robinson 1854 married Alethea Florence "Gregory" in NZ in 1875. In the NZ BDM records she is listed as Florence Gregory (reg: no: 1875/1317) I would dearly love to hear from you very soon. My mother is Carol Robinson. Her father was Charles Robinson and his father was Harry Ernest Paget Robinson who was born in Christchurch and married Emma Ann Judd in Australia. They all died here in Australia. Many Blessings..Mary Coward..!!
I have come across this site almost by accident but just wanted to say how grateful I am to you for going to the trouble of taking the photos. I have been reading the diary of my great great great grandfather and was moved by his compassion. To see the gravestones of both he and his wife made me quite emotional!
Now i plan one day to see them myself!
|Kirk Ngatuere||Gayle Erin Ngatuere|
I just came across your site when I typed my sisters name in to Google.
What a great site.
Can I just point out, That Gayle was born in 1969 and not 1970.
Keep up the good work.
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