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Coromandel History includes marriage intentions, electoral rolls, obituaries..

Coromandel Land Purchases 1869-1930

Coromandel Maori Land-Lease 1850-1862

Coromandel/Thames;   Applications for Land Purchases From 1869 to 1930

Hamilton City Libraries

Karangahake Signatures 1907  a list of 100+ residents of Karangahake, who signed an unsuccessful  petition to have the goldmining township at the  foot of the Coromandel peninsular declared  a borough in 1907

New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Hamilton Branch

New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Waikato  District

Tapu-Kerata School Roll 1874-1899

Te Awamutu Branch of the NZ Society of Genealogists

Thames Mine Officials 1898

Waihi School Pupils and Teachers 1890

Waikato NZ GenWeb Project

1880 Wises Directory of Kapanga Driving Creek and Tokatea

Cemeteries

Cambridge Museum Cemeteries Index Cambridge Cemetery pre-1910 Burials, Cambridge Cemetery pre-1910 Headstones, Cambridge Cemetery Burial Register 1910 - 1936, Pukerimu Cemetery Pre-1981, Leamington Cemetery & Tamahere Cemetery

Cemeteries of Waikato - Interment.net

Hamilton City Council Cemetery Database Search

Hauraki District Council cemetery records Search

Shortland Cemetery, Thames

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Military

Recipients of the New Zealand War Medal 1860-1870 A-C , D-H , I-M , N-R , S-Z

Victorian, Australians in the Waikato War 1863-1864

Waikato Officers and Men Who Lost their lives in Action 1860-1870

Waikato War Memorials

Passenger Lists

Ships of the Waikato Immigration Scheme The Waikato immigration scheme was part of an attempt by the General Government to bring large numbers of immigrants to the North Island. It was felt that the establishment of European settlements would help to consolidate the Government's position after the Maori Wars, and facilitate the development of the regions involved, to the mutual advantage of the general and provincial governments


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