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Your grandparents immigrated to New Zealand in 1951. Passenger List is viewable at https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KLBP-4T7 Cazaro born 12 Sept 1918 in Pančevo, Yugoslavia (now Serbia). Iordana born 10 June 1920 in Brăila, Romania Both are listed as Romanian citizens of the Orthodox religion. It appears they were WWII refugees and made their ...


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I think that the first step should be to try and find your grandfather's immigration to New Zealand record because presumably they would have expected to know where he came from. Even if he gave false information, it may provide some aliases or other leads that you could follow. The New Zealand, Immigration Passenger Lists (FamilySearch Historical Records) ...


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Unless you follow PolyGeo's good advice and strike lucky in Ancestry.com, and/ or Cecil Z Ede's will shows anything, you are going to have great difficulty proving your theory. In the Consular Births Abroad records, there are no Ede registrations in Japan in the right period. Unlike births in England, you did not have to register a birth with the British ...


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