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My brother Warren Ruscoe and his wife Lisa used to hang out here I would love to hear from anyone who remembers him or was friends with them Sheryll Tunupopo
Thanks for the information. We've upgraded the record to include the address now.
My mistake - 384, not 386
This appears to be 386 Colombo Street - in case the specific address is of use to anyone.
Thanks for that; I am not surprised - they may well have attended other shcools too as my grandfather apparently veered betweencomparative  poverty and comparative comfort and the family moved
Also listed on the Waltham park memorial gates.
Frank and Emerson also attended Riccarton Primary School. Their names appear on that school's Roll of Honour Board as ex pupils who were at the front or had enlisted. See
Frank and Emerson also attended Riccarton Primary School. Their names appeared on that school's Roll of Honour as ex-pupils who were at the front or had enlisted. See Papers Past: Star,
hi, I've just seen this photo and I'm keen to kind and relatives of Alice. I'm doing my family tree and Alice Todd is related. Please contact me. Gayle
Thanks Keith, We have added some of your information to Pharlan's story. Regards, Karen
Dugald Pharlan Macfarlane was my Great Uncle. Dugald is a frequently given first name in our family. Because his father was called Dugald, Dugald Pharlan was known as Pharlan. In
Further to my previous message, the Ford car seems to have light characters / numeral on a dark number plate. The permanent silver letters & numbers on black were introduced
The upturned car looks like a 1958 or later Hillman Minx or Humber 80. The other car is a Ford Zephyr / Consul / Zodiac that was first produced in
I am researching the voyage of the RMS Akaroa from Southhampton to New Zealand departing UK on 1st September 1939 - two days before the declaration of war.  The ship
I am researching the voyage of the RMS Akaroa from Southhampton to New Zealand departing UK on 1st September 1939 - two days before the declaration of war.  The ship
The gates were unveiled on 18 January 1925 so that is probably the date of the photo.
The gates were unveiled on 18 January 1925 so that is probably the date of the photo.
That's a lovely but sad photograph.  He was only 25. Bertie SUTTON is also buried in the same plot. Bertie died 6 Nov 1964 aged 71.  Presuming that is Owens
Hello, James and Alicia Townsend were my great-great-great grandparents and I think they lived in the house at 265 Bridle Path Road soon after arriving on the 'Cressy' in 1850.
The date has been ammended.