Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy


New Zealand Jury Rolls 1842 to 1862

Jury duty began in New Zealand on 23 December 1841. The jury rolls include all individuals who were qualified and liable to serve as jurors – that is every male, British subject between the ages of 21 and 60 who resided in New Zealand.

Any man who had been convicted of treason, a felony or perjury shall (unless he had received a free pardon) be prohibited from serving on any jury. for more click here

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