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Member since 14 Apr 2007
Member from Hamilton
I have been trying to trace my grandafther, Albert Clarence LINDALE (or LINDHAL) The first records of him that I have been able to locate are his intention to marry and his marriage certificate. Also found an advertisement in Papers Past (www.paperspast.natlib.govt.nz) which announced his marriage in January 1908 - it was here that the name LINDHAL appeared (different from his marrigae certificate).
He was a plasterer by trade - known in his latter years in Wellington as a Master Plasterer.
Are there any records of plasterers, particularly the training of these at the beginning of the 20th Century? If so where could such records be found?
Member since 02 Feb 2007
Member from Mangere Central
Zap into the Governments new site on Births,Deaths and Marriages DonL.This may help you in your quest.I think there are fees to be paid,for certain searches though.Hope this may help you.
Member since 25 Nov 2006
Member from Ruatoria
What is the url for this site.
Hi retired,I just typed into Google Births,Deaths and Marriages NZ,and the site came up.The new addition of historical data,has been highlighted.Zap into that part,and I hope you find what you are looking for.
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