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Found in 264 Collections and/or Records:
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Abstract Olive DANIEL. Interviewer: Jenny Campbell 03 February 2008. Abstracter: Jean Hawkes.TRACK 1 (First 60)00:00 Interview identification00:40 Born at BALFOUR September 1916. Educated at LUMSDEN. Left school at 14, worked for five shillings per week. Cleaner at LUMSDEN MANSE.01:39 Parents – OWEN and ELIZABETH ('BESS') TAYLOR. OLIVE second child. Eldest sister – GRACE, ELIZABETH BERYL ('BERYL' or 'BOBBY'), OWEN, DOUGLAS, DAPHNE, RUBY.02:31...
Item — Box 26
Abstract WILLIAM GLOVER MILLARInterviewer: Nancy BurnettAbstracter: Cathy OnellionFirst Interview 8 March 2007DISC 1: TRACK 100:00 Interviewer introduction and information01:05 Give full name and address – Born 7 January 1932 OTAUTAU – presumed born at Mrs. CORKHILL’S maternity home ELLES ROAD, OTAUTAU01:59 FATHER’S full name JOSEPH KESKIE (sp?) MILLAR – mother in NORTHERN IRELAND – FATHER’S jobs – How and when he came...
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Overview Johanna discusses life in Amsterdam, her parents’ history, her childhood, education and the war in Holland and its affects e.g. bombing, lack of food, and the end of the war. She goes on to talk of coming to NZ and getting to Invercargill, employment, her marriage to Hank who was a builder, life and children in Invercargill. She recalls visits home to Holland and the Invercargill Dutch Club as well Mission Without Boarders which she set up in Southland.