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The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, 1847-1852.

The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, 1847-1852.

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Published by New Zealand Fencible Society in Auckland, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • New Zealand.,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain. Army. Royal New Zealand Fencibles Corps -- Genealogy.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- New Zealand.,
    • Soldiers -- Great Britain -- Genealogy.,
    • Soldiers -- New Zealand -- Genealogy.,
    • New Zealand -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreGenealogy.
      ContributionsAlexander, Ruth., Gibson, Gail., La Roche, Alan J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS2173 .R69 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination252 p. :
      Number of Pages252
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL457523M
      ISBN 100473047160
      LC Control Number98174269

      Book a courier. Manage bookings; Send my sold item; Send something else The Royal New Zealand Fencibles - Start price. $ No Reserve. $ Buy Now. Buy Now. Quick view Nelson Bays Closing on Monday, 13 Jan. For God's Sake A Centennial History Of St. Mark's Anglican Church, Carterton.   Royal New Zealand Fencibles RNZ Fencibles corps were retired soldiers from Britian and Ireland often referred to as Pensioners who enlisted as military reserve to act as a defence force for the protection of the early settlers in the fledgling town of Auckland.

      - Royal New Zealand Fencible corps were retired soldiers from Britain and Ireland, 'Pensioners', who enlisted as a military reserve to act as a 'defence force' for the protection of the early settlers in Auckland. Over 2, men, women and children who arrived in NZ - They settled in Onehunga, Otahuhu, Panmure and Howick. The book is soft cover, A4 size, pages, approx 1kg. For prices for other countries, please email the treasurer at. [email protected] THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND FENCIBLES - Author: M Bennett Last modified by: camerond Created Date.

        Alexander, Ruth The Royal New Zealand Fencibles - , Auckland, The New Zealand Fencible Society, Belgrave, Michael Dancing with the King: The Rise and Fall of the King Country – , Auckland, Auckland University Press,   New Zealand Wars ANON The Royal New Zealand Fencibles The NZ Fencibles Society nd. p, illustrations and maps. cms, card covers, VG. Rare Books Published on Aug 2.


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The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, [Ruth Alexander; Gail Gibson; Alan J La Roche; New Zealand Fencible Society.] -- "This book has been written to record and preserve the history of the 'Royal New Zealand Fencible Corps' for future researchers, historians and genealogists.

The Royal New Zealand Fencibles: a complete index The Fencibles, pensioned-off soldiers of Imperial regiments, settled in Auckland in the period.

The first volume includes a list of ships which brought the soldiers and their families to. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles Published in to commemorate the th anniversary of the arrival of the Fencibles to New Zealand.

The book is comprised of The Royal New Zealand Fencibles sections. Part one records the events that gave rise to the Fencibles formation, the terms and establishment of the corps and the history and development of the Fencible.

The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, New Zealand Fencible Society Auckland, N.Z Australian/Harvard Citation. Alexander, Ruth. & La Roche, Alan J. & Gibson, Gail. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, New Zealand Fencible Society Auckland, N.Z. Wikipedia Citation.

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In some cases, records have yet to be confirmed by Museum staff, and there could be. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, by Ruth Alexander,New Zealand Fencible Society edition, in EnglishPages: The Royal The Royal New Zealand Fencibles Zealand Fencibles and the New Zealand Fencible Society By: Hamilton, Don Description: This journal article entry has come from the "Auckland Index" courtesy of the University of Auckland Social structure From: Auckland Libraries.

By any chance, does any one have a copy of the book "Royal New Zealand Fencibles ". I believe there are biographies on some of the Fencibles and am specifically interested to know if there is anything on a Jeremiah Sullivan who came in on the Ramilies in with his family: wife Mary (nee Connor) and 4 children.

Ruth Alexander with Alan la Roche and Gail Gibson The Royal New Zealand Fencibles, Auckland, NZ: New Zealand Fencible Society, [] History of the Howick, Auckland area. Details on the book are as follows: The Royal New Zealand Fencibles Published in to commemorate the th anniversary of the arrival of the.

Howick is an eastern suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, forming part of what is sometimes called East to the relatively numerous remaining heritage buildings and other historical remnants from its early European settlement past, it has been called "perhaps Auckland's most historically conscious place".Country: New Zealand.

He is the author of A History of Howick and Pakuranga and co-author of The Royal New Zealand Fencibles and other titles. He is aformer chairman of Auckland Regional Committee of New Zealand Historic Places Trust and Howick Community Board. End date: ROYAL NEW ZEALAND FENCIBLES Settlers of Onehunga, Otahuhu, Panmure, Howick (Auckland) - - WAIKATO IMMIGRATION SCHEME Areas settled include Bombay, Pokeno, Clevedon, Papakura, Pukekohe and Waiuku etc - - IMMIGRANT SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND TO IMMIGRANT SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND TO.

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9 Ruth Alexander, Alan la Roche & Gail Gibson, The Royal New Zealand Fencibles (N.Z. Fencible Assoc.). 10 LDS Church microfilm # - 8th regiment records - "Detailed Statement of the Services of No.

Edward Garmonsway" - transcript provided courtesy of Judith Moor of NZ (email 13 Jun ). Thomas was a Fencible from Howick area. He, Lizzie and Elizabeth came to New Zealand on Free Passage on the "Sir George Seymour" Biography of Thomas WILSON.

(As taken from "The Royal New Zealand Fencibles ") Thomas b. at Armagh, Ireland, the son of John and Mary (nee BROWN).Spouse: Elizabeth (Murphy) Wilson.

©Alexander Ruth, Gibson, Gail,& LaRoche Alan., () "The Royal NZ Fencibles " NZ Fencible Society Inc., PO Box Symonds St, Auckland NZ Auckland Central City Library (): Lorne St, Auckland City, New Zealand, or PO BoxAucklandNew Zealand.

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Here is the first: “ANSON James From the book 'The Royal New Zealand Fencibles –' it states "James was from Lancashire and joined the 94th Regiment in from Manchester. He served a short time at home, then in Malta, Gibraltar and out to India until when he was invalided : Johanna (Leggett) Anson.

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Janu Clifton - Royal New Zealand Fencibles () Ann - Royal New Zealand Fencibles () Population: 67, Māori. ROYAL NEW ZEALAND FENCIBLES - - NEW ZEALAND CRIMEAN WAR VETERANS - - RECIPIENTS OF THE NEW ZEALAND MEDAL - around were awarded for service in the Maori/Land Wars of from and NEW ZEALAND MEDAL - Issued and WAIKATO MILITIA - THIRD REGIMENT ARMED .New Zealand for sale in New Zealand.

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$ No Reserve. Quick view.NEW ZEALAND IMMIGRATION PASSENGER LISTS - Archives New Zealand Passenger Lists, AUCKLAND ROYAL NEW ZEALAND FENCIBLES - - - The Royal New Zealand Fencibles were a corp of retired soldiers of good character, under 48 years of age (it was later lowered to 41), at least 5ft 5 inches in height and with a minimum of 15 years.