If you have found information, you can give them a copy too.Last but not least ask around you neighbourhood for who has lived in the area a long time and might have memories or even old photos you could look at.They have power for laptops too and the staff will help you get started., Auckland Libraries local history collections, even Auckland Museum has photographic research collections that can be accessed from your computer.Also look at Papers Past and search for the names of previous owners, you will be surprised how much was reported in the news and even the adverts give clues to previous owners.Most of Devonport can be explored on foot or perhaps you could hire a bicycle or take a fun Segway Tour by Magic Broomstick Tours.Alternatively Devonport Tours operates organized mini bus tours departing from the ferry building.
The numerous galleries - displaying oils and watercolours, glass art, ceramics and just about every media imaginable - combine with studios open to public viewing, bespoke jewellery manufacturers and a quirky craft market, to cement Devonport's place as Urban Arts Village and Arts centre of Auckland.
123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999 (123) 555-6789 [email protected] can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab. Researching the history of your home can be very interesting, from time to time we have given presentations on this subject.
Meanwhile here is some information to get you started: You will need some basic information – Your property's legal description which can be found on your rates notice or by doing a property search here.
If there are older documents relating to ownership prior to that on the search copy it will show Archives NZ is located just near Auckland Airport, it is free to visit and obtain a readers card.
This will give you access to the original deeds books which the references refer to .