Shipping lists digitised

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In December 2009 Bill and Glenys Chadderton celebrated the completion of their mammoth task of digitising 270,000 pages of shipping lists held at Archives New Zealand. The lists include about 8 million names and cover the years 1840 to 1972. They record the names and details of people who came to...


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