Discover your family’s history using online resources.
Rangahau ā-Iwi: Te Whānau-ā-ApanuiJun 16th | 6:00pm - 7:00pm Tūranga
Interested in Iwi history and research? Come along to our Iwi Research event where the focus this month will be Te Whānau-a-Apanui.
Starting your family history with charts and trees (Online)May 26th | 2:00pm - 3:00pm Online Event
A virtual presentation about researching family history from home with resources like trees and charts. Free, bookings required
Family History help drop-in sessionsUpper Riccarton & Shirley Libraries
Regular weekly sessions with someone from the New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Upper Riccarton on Wednesdays and Shirley on Saturdays.
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May 26th | 2:00pm - 3:00pmOnline Event
May 31st | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
A family history & genealogy website covering U.K., Ireland, Australia, N.Z., Canada, U.S., Papua New Guinea & the Pacific Islands.
Digitised NZ newspapers, periodicals, letters, diaries & parliamentary papers from 1839 to 1945. Coverage incl The Press from 1861 to 1945.
Explore this resource that explains the origins of Christchurch street and place names.
Search a selection of newspaper and magazine archives, monographs all cross-searchable.
Search cemetery records in New Zealand to find information about burials.
FamilySearch is a service provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. NZ records include probates and passenger lists.
Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives (AJHR), sometimes known as "the A to Js", is a collection of govt-related reports.
Search and order New Zealand Government records for births, deaths and marriages (BDM).
Auckland Museum's digital social space where families & researchers can share & contribute to the records of those who served.
Collections Search is Archives New Zealand’s system for documenting government records which can be useful in family history research.
Family history/genealogy resource including more than 6 billion historical records from around the world
Christchurch City Libraries provides family history researchers with computers configured to make your family history research easier.
Copies of the New Zealand Gazette and related publications from 1841 to the present.