Sadly Noeleen Sutton passed away unexpectedly but peacefully in her sleep on 9 January 2020.
Now that Tribal Pages becomes the original tree, one of the best things you could honour Noeleen with, is to...
1. ADD PHOTOS - especially as these can be lost over time. We have room for 10,000 and we havent even got to 1,000 yet! Do this via Media / Upload Photos. You can only upload photos of immediate family.
2. EDIT DETAILS and/or names (ONLY 100% accurate names please - you know how important the tree was to her). Previously we requested names be sent to Noeleen however Tribal Pages will now become the original.
3. EMAIL GRANT ANY STORIES. These will show under the People / Stories section. Don't be shy - share your stories of yourself or family with... family!
4. INVITE OTHER FAMILY - though it helps immensely if they are on the tree first - just tell us where they fit in.
This family tree and research notes is the result of over 30 years of research by Noeleen Sutton.
As a member of NZ Society of Genealogists she has been involved with Howick branch and served on committees, been librarian and an indexer for which she gained NZSG merit awards. For over 20 years she has been a volunteer indexer at Archives NZ, Auckland. Researching our family tree has taken her on 10 trips to the largest genealogical library in the world, the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah and the 2nd biggest, Fort Wayne Library in Indiana. She has a readers card for library of Congress, Washington. She has also researched in many archives, libraries and repositories through-out England and Scotland.
Family are welcome to view this tree by emailing the webmaster or clicking on a surname and requesting same.
If you want a PDF version of the tree (2000 pages but easily searchable without having to login), kindly email Grant.
Note that the name of this Tree is the four surnames of two of Noeleens grandchildren's grandparents.