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    1. [AFR-TANZANIA] W.A. Fitzpatrick
    2. Ron Fitzpatrick via
    3. Dear Listers, Can anybody please help me, I wish to know if there is any online help for the < NGA%20ROAD)%20CEMETERY> DAR ES SALAAM (UPANGA ROAD) CEMETERY Tanzania I would like to get a Photo of my Great Grand-Father's Grave. >From the Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Name Rank Service Date of Regiment Service Cemetery Age Service Country Grave / Number Death Reference Memorial Reference Name Fitzpatrick Army Dar Es William Private M/340632 36 24/11/1918 Service United V11,h. 1 SALAAM Arthur Corps Kingdom (UPANGA ROAD) CEMETERY In Memoriam: WILLIAM ARTHUR FITZPATRICK Private M/340632 648th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps who died on Sunday 24 November 1918 . Age 36 . Additional Information: Son of Alexander and Mary A. Fitzpatrick; husband of Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, of 43, Morland St., Everton. Cemetery:DAR ES SALAAM (UPANGA ROAD) CEMETERY Tanzania Thanking those that can Help Ron Fitzpatrick

    05/06/2015 08:26:34
    1. [AFR-TANZANIA] William Arthur Fitzpatrick
    2. Ron Fitzpatrick via
    3. Dear Listers, Please can anyone help, the Man above was my Great-Grand Father Whom was buried In the, DAR ES SALAAM (UPANGA ROAD) CEMETERY William Arthur Fitzpatrick - Private M/240632 - 36yr - Army Service Corps - United Kingdom VII. H. 1. DAR ES SALAAM (UPANGA ROAD) CEMETERY. Is there any kind person that could get me a photograph of the Above Grave site. He never got to see his Twins, My Father William Ronald and his Twin Sister Daisy May. Am the Fitzpatrick Family Historian. Best Regards Ron Fitzpatrick Adelaide South Australia

    04/24/2015 10:04:10
  1. 04/24/2015 08:35:26
    1. [AFR-TANZANIA] Johannes Josephus HOEFFGEN
    2. Marjorie Bly
    3. I am trying to find out what happened to my father's uncle, Johannes Josephus HOEFFGEN. He is shown on a passenger list intending to disembark at Dar-es-Salaam per the "Kenya" in early 1956 (departed UK 30 Dec 1955 on way to Mozambique) and I have located a naturalisation document for him in the National Archives(UK) from about 1956. I'm presuming that this would have been British nationality but am not sure. I've ordered a copy so I don't know how much information it will contain yet. What I do know of him: Date of Birth: 16 Jul 1906 Place of birth: Rotterdam, Holland At some point he became a citizen of Tanganyka, according to the passenger list - it states his current nationality as shown in passport as Tanganyika, his last and future places of residence for more than 12 months as Tanganyika. Marital status in 1955: single, but there is a family story that he married in Africa and didn't go back to Holland Profession: On the passenger list it states he was a Foreman-Operator but the family story is he went to Africa to become a missionary. The family was Roman Catholic. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I could find out more about what happened to him? Thanks Marjorie Bly

    08/06/2012 06:39:48
    1. [AFR-TANZANIA] Help with study of DNA tests?
    2. Wendy Roth
    3. Hello, Has anyone taken a genetic genealogy test? If you have, would you be willing to help me with a study of genetic genealogy testing? I teach sociology at the University of British Columbia and I'm very interested in the experiences of people who have taken DNA ancestry tests, especially if the results have an effect on people's lives or identities. I'm hosting an online survey – you can complete it anonymously and it should only take about 10-15 minutes. You can complete it here: Thank you so much. If you know of other people who've taken genetic genealogy tests, would you also pass this along? Wendy

    10/15/2009 11:44:59
    1. Delorie Family
    2. Clive Barker
    3. I am interested in making contact with any member of the Delorie family that moved to Tanzania from the Seychelles. I would also appreciate any information on any of the Delorie as well Regards Clive Barker

    10/30/2004 12:47:50
    1. Watson
    2. Tina Claydon
    3. I have been told by a cousin of my late fathers that family by the name of WATSON lived in Nairobi and Tanzania in the early to middle half of the 20th century. My great grandfather was Charles John Watson born 1866 in Bethnal Green, London. His parents were Edward Watson and Mary (nee Lyons). Charles married Louisa Sarah Hillier and they had 3 known sons and a daughter. I think they may have had another daughter possibly called Florence. Tina Claydon (nee Watson) Devon UK

    02/29/2004 04:41:11
    1. On Line Telephone Directory
    2. Clive Barker
    3. I would like to search the Tanzania Telephone Directory for families in which I am interested. I am hoping that the telephone directory is available on line and would be grateful for the internet addresses where it can be found. Thanks Clive Barker

    11/18/2002 03:59:29
    3. Looking for the descendants of the Hehe, Karago, Karagwe, Kiziba, Unyanyembe and Usambara or Shambalai dynasties. Adelin Remy

    01/18/2002 09:36:19