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Yes I am related. The original post was under a different name, one of Dennis's wives. I decided to try again on the chance that perhaps people would recognize Dennis's name in the header, and other members may have joined since who are knowledgable on the topic. And it seems it has work because this time I got a reply which was very useful. Thank you both.
Edited by - alexofnz on Aug 08 2007 6:58:25 PM
Edited by - alexofnz on Aug 08 2007 8:10:24 PM
Hey, I put this link on your other post, but here it is again: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?surname=cochrane&given=dennis+browne
The book Hokianga by Jack Lee also mentions Dennis.
I am another decendent, and am also interested in the Cochrane Whakapapa book.
The Cochrane Book was published in March 07 by Leanne Jackson and according to the dedication was inspired by her attending the Faulkner Reunion held in Tauranga (2004). It appears the Cochrane, Beazley, Faulkner and Maxwell whanau are all connected. It is a beautiful soft cover book full of photos and whanau history.
My friend suggested the author still has books available at approx $70.00 each .... Arohamai I don't have contact details to the author but maybe the publisher (Tauranga Paper Print) could help...