Free access to army records

Free access to army recordsA good offer from http://www.ancestry.com.au/anzac2011.

Free access to Anzac (Australian & New Zealand) army records. These records are worth searching as many of us will have ancestors who emigrated hoping for a better life than the UK offered them.

http://www.ancestry.com.au/anzac2011

 

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  1. JAMES JAMISON who fought in WW1 Personal No 47146 died in France. Any information about him would gratefully be accepted. He was born in
    Wakanui, Ashburton, NZ

  2. Rose Tukuafu says:

    Hi Lorraine,

    I have information about James Jamison as he is my husbands great uncle

  3. Lorraine Jamison says:

    Hi Rose – I wonder if you could contact me (via email) with any information that you give me regarding James and yourselves. I am ‘assuming’ that you do live in NZ. It sounds also as if your family should be included on the Jamison family tree that I’m doing and have had tremendous response. I’m trying to ensure that no one is left off. Lorraine : (lmj@xtra.co[email protected]) Note that it is l for lorraine – not the number 1.

  4. Rose Tukuafu says:

    Hi Lorraine I did not receive your reply. It must have gone to my junk mail. I am so sorry. I live in Australia but my Mother I. Law who was a Jamison lives in new Zealand. James Jamison was my mother I. Laws Uncle. Her father was George Jamison. My email address is [email protected]

    Rose

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