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From: "Janice" <>
Subject: Re: [nz] New NZSG CD
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 09:58:29 +1000
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It is NZSG Index Version 5 for members. Don't get me wrong. I was very
pleased with ithe disk and I am grateful to the volunteers who transcribed
the data and who put it on the CD. I am glad I bought it. I have had each
version as it has come out . It just keeps improving.

-----Original Message-----
From: RayRob [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, 13 July 2008 7:29 AM
To: List New Zealand; Janice
Subject: Re: [nz] New NZSG CD

Janice , would you identify the CD , please. I understand that NZSG
market more than one.

--- On Sat, 7/12/08, Janice <> wrote:

From: Janice <>
Subject: Re: [nz] New NZSG CD
To: "List New Zealand" <>
Date: Saturday, July 12, 2008, 5:35 AM

I was disappointed to see that my primary schools were not on the
diskalthough I have made good use of the new school records added from
version4.Don't forget it was compulsory for children to go to school at age
six inNew Zealand although it was usual to go at age five. About the same
time asyou, I went to Wellsford primary school for a few weeks when we were
thereon holiday in school time. My father had been ill. Perhaps you went to
thatschool for a similar reason. Inspectors were more strict in "those
oldendays."Janice Cornwell (Cowan)now Melbourne - Australia-----Original
Behalf Of rhonda maherSent: Saturday, 12 July 2008 7:32 PMTo:
: [nz] New NZSG CDHi Everyone,Well I have
just received my new CD. What a surprise I have got. It seemsthat I went to
the Petone School in 1947. This I don't remember. I wouldhave only been 7 at
the time. Must send for those school records.I do however remember being in
Petone but had thought that I must have beenon holiday. I even remember the
people I stayed with. Often wondered ifperhaps they were relatives, now I am
going to try and trace the family and

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