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Topic # 81890 19-Apr-2011 20:57
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Hunter
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_Hunter

both those guys from the band dragon are my second cousins

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  Reply # 460664 19-Apr-2011 21:24
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My sister has been on Shortland Street a couple of times :p






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  Reply # 460667 19-Apr-2011 21:26
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CYaBro: My sister has been on Shortland Street a couple of times :p


cool my sister and my mum were on one ep in the background talking lol this was like years and years ago

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 460678 19-Apr-2011 21:50
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Yep, had a cousin who used to be the only 2nd person in the world to paint on Cobwebs
I have a internationally recognised photographer in the family. 
This woman here was also related to me http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tui_St._George_Tucker


 

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  Reply # 460679 19-Apr-2011 21:52
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My cousin's lotto shop sold the $17 million lotto ticket couple of weeks ago. He was on TV, radio, newspaper.




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  Reply # 460680 19-Apr-2011 21:55
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My mother's grandmother's maiden name was Kelly and we were reputed to be related to Ned Kelly.

My father's mother's maiden name was Sutherland and she was the sister of a guy called Ben Sutherland who started the chain of discount grocery stores called Self Help in the 1930's. The chain went nationwide and was bought out by one of the emerging new-fangled supermarket operations - I think in the late 1960's. You have to be a bit old to remember Self Help.

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  Reply # 460705 19-Apr-2011 22:52
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my brother, Rufus





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  Reply # 460780 20-Apr-2011 08:49
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My cousin is well known in Japan, and in photography circles, only met him for the first time last year when he came out for his first trip to NZ. Jealous of his camera gear... Tongue out

And no, the family is not related to Dan Quayle Wink




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  Reply # 460786 20-Apr-2011 08:55
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My wife is the great great great grand-daughter of Thomas Driver AKA Professor Kudarz, one of 19th century New Zealand's best known prestidigitators, debunker of fake spritualists and mediums, close friend of Harry Houdini, and only one of three magicians (alongside Harry Houdini) in the world whose grave is administered by the American Society of Magicians. The grave is in the Karori Cemetery in Wellington, and is noteable for the tradition of marking a magician's grave by brekaing a wand over the plot, and placing it on the headstone...

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  Reply # 460795 20-Apr-2011 09:12
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Todd Blackadder is my 2nd cousin :)

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  Reply # 460798 20-Apr-2011 09:15
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xpd: My cousin is well known in Japan, and in photography circles, only met him for the first time last year when he came out for his first trip to NZ. Jealous of his camera gear... Tongue out

And no, the family is not related to Dan Quayle Wink


Long shot here, does your cousin know of Boyd Webb 

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  Reply # 460806 20-Apr-2011 09:28
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Can ask him next time I drop him a line :)




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  Reply # 460823 20-Apr-2011 09:51
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How far back ? I have a Count somewhere down the lineage ... A German ambassador to Russia, and was assassinated, and the assassination signaled the beginning of the revolt of the Left Socialist-Revolutionaries in Moscow in 1918, and the deposing of the Russian Royal family






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  Reply # 460865 20-Apr-2011 10:52
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SepticSceptic: How far back ? I have a Count somewhere down the lineage ... A German ambassador to Russia, and was assassinated, and the assassination signaled the beginning of the revolt of the Left Socialist-Revolutionaries in Moscow in 1918, and the deposing of the Russian Royal family




So if your Count had behaved himself and not got himself assassinated, Russia would still have a royal family, there would have been no USSR, progroms, purges, Stalin, gulags, cold war etc etc. Man you have a lot to answer for. What a burden for your family to bear. :)

And the Russians might have had the first man on the moon.

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  Reply # 460881 20-Apr-2011 11:40
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I am related to the artist Charles Blomfield




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  Reply # 460907 20-Apr-2011 13:02
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I won a midi-system on What Now? in the late 1980's :)

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