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NZ Cemeteries online
KiwiCelts Cemetery Website
Murray Lynn's comprehensive website is dedicated to recording burial places in New Zealand and those of our servicemen overseas.  Developed from data drawn from a wide range of sources, including NZSG sources, it includes all Cemeteries, Urupa, Family Gravesites, Lone Burials and Historic Burial Sites that he is aware of.
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Regional Council Websites

Buller District Council

(Notice updated 29 February 2012) 
Buller District Council is responsible for cemeteries in Westport, Mokihinui, Reefton and Karamea and throughout the Buller District.  Visit the Buller District Council website for more information and to search online for your ancestors.

Gisborne District Council

(Notice added 27 August 2009)
Gisborne District Council is responsible for 12 cemeteries in Gisborne City and throughout the Gisborne District.  The Council has put many of its burial records and cemetery maps online and is working on putting further records online.  The Council's website says it has cremation records up until March 1998.  From April 1998 on, cremations have been performed by Evans Funeral Services.
Visit the Gisborne District Council website for more information and to search online for your ancestors.

Invercargill City Council
(Notice added 26 August 2009)
Invercargill City Council records of the four Invercargill and Bluff cemeteries plus the Southland Crematorium are now online - a total of more than 50,000 records.  This website has a nifty wildcard search facility.
Search the Invercargill City Council cemeteries database now.

Queenstown-Lakes District Council 
Now has online cemetery database http://www.qldc.govt.nz/cemeteries_database_search  

Wellington's Mount Street Cemetery - A Heritage site
Mount Street Cemetery, the first Roman Catholic cemetery in Wellington - and probably in New Zealand - was established on 6 January 1841. Pioneers from many cultural and ethnic backgrounds are buried there, including Irish, English, French, Italian, Maori, Scots, Welsh, Austrian, German, and Polish - representing a cross-section of Wellington society. Although only around 300 headstones survive, it is estimated that there could have been as many as 750 burials.
For further information visit the website www.mountstreetcemetery.org.nz


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