Dunedin Family History Group

Otago and Southland related research

2013 Newsletters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

| January| February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December |

Index to 2013 Newsletters

Index to DFHG newsletters 2013

Newsletter January 2013 

  • Traps for the Unwary
  • Scottish Research
  • St Peter’s Church Hall
  • Launch of Scottish Wills and Testaments 1902-1925
  • Methodist Church of New Zealand Archives
  • Publications for Sale
  • Kurow
  • Otekaieke
  • Hakataramea
  • Blast fromt he Past
  • Gimmerburn
  • The Shetlands

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Newsletter February 2013 

  • Blast from the past – The Exchange
  • Goldrush on-line
  • Question and Answers
  • Alexandra – cemetery, school, war memorial
  • Fruitlands
  • First Church, Dunedin
  • World War One Silver War Badge

 

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Newsletter March 2013

  • Royal New Zealand Fencibles
  • Unusual taxes
  • Hearth tax
  • Window tax
  • Land tax
  • Tithe Applotment listings
  • Griffiths Valuation
  • Does this photo belong to you?
  • Hampden, North Otago – school, churches and war memorial
  • Who was John Hampden?
  • Understanding relationships
  • Machavie Railway accident
  • Dunedin Railway Station Roll of Honour
  • Interesting grave in the Southern Cemetery – drowning in the Otago Harbour
  • Genealogical information for you interest
  • Can you help?
  • Bonnie Prince Charlie, the story of the 45
  • Blast from the Past.

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Newsletter April 2013 

  • Research Guide update
  • New Irish Genealogy magazine
  • Palmerston – school, church, cemetery and war memorial
  • Roll of Honour for Brighton, Kuri Bush and Saddle Hill District
  • History of the New Zealand census
  • Unmarked graves in Central Otago
  • Dunback – history and war memorial
  • Who is Travis Wilson
  • Report of the March meeting – IGI and mapping

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May Newsletter

  • New Zealand Probates and Wills available on-line
  • Who was my Uncle Jack?
  • Notes from April meeting – military records, chelsea Pensioners, occupations
  • Agricultural labourers in Britian in the 18th and 19th Century
  • Waikouaiti – history, school, museum and war memorials Soldiers headstones in Dunedin
  • DCC burial records
  • SS Wairarapa Tragedy and its connection to Otago and Southland
  • Mosgiel – history, school, and war memorials
  • Countdown to 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn
  • Clues on a New Zealand Death Certificate

 

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June Newsletter

  • How to use newspapers to research your family tree.
  • What does C.E. mean?
  • Dunedin City Council Archives
  •  Arrowtown – its history, school, cemetery and war memorial
  • Interesting grave in Andersons Bay Cemetery
  • Reunions Did you know section”
  • Who is L. Christie
  •  Leith Valley Presbyterian Church
  • Family Medical History
  • Some aspects of Otago History
  • Wakari School
  • Ranfurly – its history, school, cemetery and war memorial
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July Newsletter

  • 1939 Dunedin snowfall
  • Notes from our June Meeting
  • Millers Flat – history, school, cemetery, war memorial Ettrick – history, school and cemetery Moa Flat run Pupils at Moa Flat / Millers Flat and Ettrick School 1876-1920 Horseshoe Bend Suspension Bridge Balclutha Cemetery – help needed The Early Years of Wireless in Dunedin by Syd Johnson Otago Daily Times Roll of Honour
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August Newsletter

  • Interesting graves in the Northern Cemetery
    • Sister Miriam Dodds
    • Snow in Dunedin 1886
    • Names on Honour Boards
    • IOOF Foresters Hall and Lodge, Green Island
    • Unclaimed mail
    • Sandymount and Pukehiki
    • Middlemarch – cemetery, school, churches and war memorial
    • Report of the July meeting
    • Garrison Hall, Dowling Street
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September Newsletter

  • Lived once, buried twice
  • Birth and Death Act 1875
  • Rejects on War Memorials
  • Stirling
  • Inch Clutha
  • Lovell’s Flat
  • Temerance Hall, Moray Place, Dunedin
  • Lowburn Ferry Punt
  • Sandymount
  • Southland’s Un-solved Murder
  • Central Otago News
  • Scottish Monumental Inscriptions
  • Irish Monumental Inscriptions
  • Four generations of the British Royal Family
  • St Lukes Anglican Church
  • St James Presbyterian Church
  • Caversham Baptist Church, Dunedin
  • Dundas Street Primitive Methodist Church, Dunedin
  • Mosgiel Methodist Church
  • Bretheren of the Loyal Mosgiel Lodge
  • Report of our August meeting
  • The Tuapeka Times
  • Irish parents
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October Newsletter

  • The Tuapeka Times
  • A Day in Lawrence
  • HMS Neptune
  • First Name Abbreviations
  • Family Reunion Notice
  • Notes from our September meeting – Researching in Ireland
  • Milton – its history, school, churches, cemeteries, war memorials
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November Newsletter

  • Interesting snippets from early newspapers
  • Follow up from previous newspapers
  • Balclutha – its history, schools, cemeteries, war memorial
  • The “Otago News” newspaper
  • 30 top genealogy websites
  • The History of Macetown
  • New Zealand Miliary Pensions 1900
  • The 150th celebrations of “The Evening Star”
  • West Otago Military Units
  • Can You Help?
  • Bruce Herald Index for sale

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December Newsletter

  • Questions and Answers
  • Labour Laws 1852
  • Newspaper snippets
  • Life Jacket Inventor
  • Caversham School photograph 1915-1916
  • Ten tips on researching genealogy on-line
  • The Puyblic Trust Office Roll of Honour
  • Otago Provincial Council Electorates
  • Notes from the November meeting
  • Firsts in New Zealand History
  • Oamaru – its history, schools, war memorials and cemeteries

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