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New Zealand / Re: john Mclachlan/mclauchlan
« on: Friday 12 March 21 00:02 GMT (UK)  »
 Hi Thanks for those replies. The marriage does not show any parents names Colonist News Paper 1858: Feb 8th Cresswell Barque from london 20th Oct  John, Isabella, John and Elizabeth Mclachlan. These are buried in the Omaka Cemetery Blenheim. and dont know yet if thats the family . I will still try and focus on John snr.  Thanks lnr

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New Zealand / Re: john Mclachlan/mclauchlan
« on: Thursday 11 March 21 03:55 GMT (UK)  »
sorry dont know this lnr

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New Zealand / john Mclachlan/mclauchlan
« on: Thursday 11 March 21 03:08 GMT (UK)  »
 Please note: This family have no relationship to mine: The story that I know. A child came out from Scotland when young used to wear a kilt His name was John. His father also John. He was born after an irregular Scots marriage. Mothers name unknown said to be from Royal Stuart Clan. His father John a highland baird.. When John was little his mothers brothers came and took her home. Now he and his father came to NZ. Have been looking at all sorts of fami.y trees concerning this family and nothing seems to be quite right. I also know that they were in Nelson so also in this story is they came on the CRESSWELL 1859. but all I can find is a John Mclachlan, wife and 2 children. John Mclachlan snr apparently married again and had more children but I dont know if that was scotland before he came or here in Nz. John jnr on the Family trees states he was born as John Scott Mclachlan born July 1851 Glasgow or Stirlingshire.( I cannot find this on Scotlands people) He then married Evelyn HODGKINSON 1877 NZ and had 2 Daughters Alice Maude and Francis Evelyn and adopted a maude Mary GILBERT  John jun died may 23 1925. I cannot find John snrs marriage, death or  marriage. to whom or children. I would like some constructive proof for this Thanks Lnr     

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The Common Room / access to a divorce and to adoptions
« on: Thursday 04 February 21 03:40 GMT (UK)  »
 If you are a family member can you get access to a grandparents divorce if it has a restriction on it. Also can you access an adoption that was carried out in 1941 in NZ. Thanks LNR

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Down / Re: how to access any history of my grandfathers life
« on: Wednesday 20 January 21 02:10 GMT (UK)  »
thanks i was very gratefull for the help in those threads and have persued all the avenues given in them have only just found the write up about the Irish newspaper online etc within Roots chat. I was more looking into wether there are any local history museums or groups around co down that might have any info.lnr

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Down / how to access any history of my grandfathers life
« on: Tuesday 19 January 21 22:53 GMT (UK)  »
 My 4xs great grandfather John CAIRNS was born abt 1806 dont know where but he died 1896 co Down. I have his will. He lived a long life and through the famine possibly. I have the 1851 census for his daughter Agnes CAIRNS. I would like to know more about his life. His wife Margaret. ( Bigham)out lived him. How do I access northern Ireland news papers to see if there was a death notice for him. thanks lnr

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Down / Re: looking for:Dorcas DEWART/Duart + variations
« on: Saturday 26 December 20 22:22 GMT (UK)  »
Wow thanks so much for that another problem solved Happy New Year lnr

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Down / looking for:Dorcas DEWART/Duart + variations
« on: Saturday 26 December 20 02:20 GMT (UK)  »
 Dorcas was born 1877 Tullynore Ballyworphy Co down to george Dewart/Duart and Agnes Cairns Dewart In the 1911 census the surname is spelt DEWARD and her age is stated as 30 when she was really 34. What happened to her from there? can someone help please lnr

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Down / Re: thomas harvey drumlough co down
« on: Thursday 22 October 20 20:37 BST (UK)  »
 Yes thanks for this seems to be the right family lnr

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