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Looking for Sellars family or Organ  

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Davecapp
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25 September, 2015 6:08 pm  

I am looking for my family from New Zealand with the name of Sellars or Organ.I need to check if we are Maori related.
Thanks,
Dave Capper.


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Honetai
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24 November, 2015 8:31 am  

Hi Dave, is the Sellars whanau that you are looking for have connection to Captain Daniel Sellars of Tauranga District who was born in Scotland March 1830-arrived in New Zealand 1855 or 1856. I have some information on that Maori line.


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Davecapp
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26 June, 2016 12:48 pm  

Hi there,
From what i know my Great Grand father came from Ireland to Aus with the prisoners from England and then come on to NZ to work on a farm in Howick. My grand was born in Napier and went to SA before the first world war and never came back to NZ.
I would be happy if you can help me as i have heard that we maay be from Maori family.
thanks,
Dave.:D


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kiwichris
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12 July, 2016 12:33 pm  

love to help you Dave but what was your great grandfather's or your grandfathers name?:)


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Davecapp
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06 August, 2016 9:23 am  

My grandfathers name was Charles Sellars born in Napier went to South Africa before the first world war.


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