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THE LIVING PAST

DOMINIKOVICH FAMILY HISTORY

DOMINIKOVICH

AND

NEAL

FAMILY

HISTORY

MOMICI - METKOVIC - ALFORD - GLOSSOP - LONDON

GLASGOW - BELFAST - DROMORE - WATERFORD

TO
NEW ZEALAND


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DOMINIKOVICH, from MOMICI, DALMATIA.and WORLDWIDE

McMILLAN ................DROMORE COUNTY DOWN, TASMANIA

NEAL..........................ALFORD LINCOLNSHIRE. & NEW ZEALAND

DOWNS....................GLOSSOP DERBYSHIRE.& NEW ZEALAND

CORBETT ................WATERFORD, IRELAND, AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND

CANTELL .................LONDON, ENGLAND.& NEW ZEALAND

CAMPBELL ..............GLASGOW SCOTLAND.

HILL ...........................CAMBRIDGE ENGLAND & NEW ZEALAND

McGUINNESS............BELFAST, IRELAND & TASMANIA & NEW ZEALAND

GREENGRASS ........OXFORDSHIRE ENGLAND

SRSEN.......................DALMATIA CROATIA. and variations of Spelling.

British Army.. 99th Regiment 1842 -1856 & ; 40th Regiment 1856 - 1861, WW2., WW1., Boer War. 1863 - 1870. 3rd Waikato Regiment, & Auckland Militia.

Immigrant Ships....RAKAIA. 1882, DILHARREE. 1875, WARWICK. 1873, CHILE. 1866, SWIFTSURE. 1864, BRITISH SOVEREIGN. June 1845 N.Z, OVIETTO to Melbourne 1913, MAHENO to Auckland 1914.

Ivans Related Lines

APERAHAMA, BACHMAN, BEAGLEY, CAMPBELL, CANTWELL, CASEY, CAUNDLE, CONWAY, COYLE, CROWLEY, DAVIS, DOWLING, DUNATOV, GARNER, GIBBINS, GOVORKO, HALDANE, HALL, HARCOURT, HARING, INESON, KAMADOV, KEARNS, KELLY, LEARY, LINCOLN, McNAUGHTON, McMILLAN, MURPHY, MURRAY, OUTTRIM, PRICE, SHANAHGAN, SHANNON, SRSEN, STEPANIC, STEWART, YERKOVIC, ZONICH

Pats Related Lines

ADOLPH, ATKINS, BAKER, BALL, BARRETT, BARRON, BENTLEY, BLINCOE, BLOMFIELD, BLUNDELL, BOS, BRIDGE, BUCKLAND, BURT, CARDEN, CARR, CUNLIFFE, EMERY, FACOOREY, FERNER, GOODENOUGH, GORDON, GRAY, GREENGRASS, HALLMOND, HANKINS, HEAL, HEWSON, HILL, HOLROYD, INGHAM, JOHNSTONE, KINDLEY, KINNAIRD, LITTLE, MANTTAN, MAXWELL, McDONALD, McINTYRE, McLEAN, MILLAR, MORAN, MORSE, NORTH, OLSEN, REED, ROBINSON, ROSE, SCANLAN, TANSEY, TAYLOR, THOMAS, THOMPSON, THORNDIKE, TONKINS, VRYER, WILLIAMS, YOUNG.

The Longest Emmigrant Route in the World

They came the other ends of the earth to the fartherest land, for a better life, security, and freedom from the aftermath of the Industrial Revolution. They came by creaking, rolling, ship, most under sail a few by steam. Some came frightened and scared and full of wonder. Some were untaught and illiterate. Some were educated and secure. Some came looking for a fortune and found it, not in the Gold or the Kauri Gum but in a way of life, secure from age old hatreds and prejudices of the Old World they left behind. All were determined to find a better life and future in a vibrant, green, and beautiful land.........................

NEW ZEALAND.

DEPARTURE

Extract from : "THE LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS" Liverpool July 6th 1860.:

'Far away-oh far away- We seek a world o'er the ocean spray! We seek a land across the sea. Where bread is plenty and men are free,

The sails are set, the breezes swell - England, our country, farewell! farewell!

There are usually a large number of spectators at the dock-gates to witness the final departure of the noble ship, with its large freight of human beings. It is an interesting and impressive sight; and the most callous and indifferent can scarcely fail, at such a moment, to form cordial wishes for the pleasant voyage and safe arrival of the emigrants, and for their future prosperity in their new home. As the ship is towed out, hats are raised, handkerchiefs are waved, and a loud and long-continued shout of farewell is raised from the shore, and cordially responded to from the ship. It is then, if at any time, that the eyes of the emigrants begin to moisten with regret at the thought that they are looking for the last time at the old country-that country which, although, in all probability, associated principally with the remembrance of sorrow and suffering, of semi-starvation, and a constant battle for the merest crust necessary to support existence is, nevertheless, the country of their fathers, the country of their childhood, and consecrated to their hearts by many a token. The last look, if known to be the last, is always sorrowful, and refuses, in most instances, to see the wrong and the suffering, the error and the misery, which may have impelled the one who takes it, to venture from the old into the new, from the tried to the untried path, and to recommence existence under new auspices, and with new and totally different prospects in an unknown future.

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