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Previous Feedback / Re: 2007 Feedback
« Last post by Naomi Wilson on 10 July, 2013, 12:35 »
Hi Susan (Wynne-Jones)
I remember you and your sister, Naomi, from Dodoma.  Did you have a tree-house or something similar at your home?  My sister, Fiona, and I lived at the Boma. My father was the RM.  We weren't there for long. Moved to Dar.  We went to SH School at Sao Hill.  I remember spending much happy time at the Mission bookshop.   Fenella Pringle. ( I now live in New Zealand, Fiona in Malta)

Hello Fiona - Naomi Wilson (nee Wynn Jones)  here. Susan had just beenm staying with me for a couple of weeks - yes we did have the tree house, and I rmember the book shop well. My two brothers live in Sydney and Sue in Canberrs. I live in tropical North Queensland - in Cairns. THis is a sonderfulsite to catch up with people.
Tanzania / New Arusha Hotel
« Last post by mikewb on 13 June, 2013, 00:01 »
Hi can any one give me some fact a pictures about the New Arusha Hotel? We having a discussion on face book about when it was rebuilt and dates, manly in the 60's.
Tengeru / Re: John Minnery
« Last post by John Murray on 11 June, 2013, 01:44 »
hello Maria,

I just noticed that you posted a note in November of 2012. Its now June of 2013. Sorry, I go to college- all those school papers, exams what a nightmare. ----- I'm the grandson of Elizabeth Minnery (John Minnery sister). Elizabeth Minnery married Edward Murray (my grandfather)- Son- My Dad is Robert Murray. He married Elizabeth Spiers. Both my parents are from Scotland. Dad is from Johnstone and Mom is from Glasgow. They both immigrated to the US in January 1960. They first lived in New Jersey and later moved to Detroit Michigan, where I was born. I live in the suburbs of Detroit - Macomb Michigan. My father told Us many stories of his uncle John Minnery- his life in Africa. I would love to hear from you and your family. I can be contacted at my email- 

God bless,
John Murray
Hi Annie, Welcolm to "nTZ". How are you? My name is Simon.I don't know the Gentleman that you are seeking,but I knew and liked Iringa and Mbeya well. I too went to Sao-Hill, but in 1957-1961. I hope you receive an answer from an nTZ Member as regards your post. Best regards...Simon.
Get in touch / Anyone knowing Norman Alfred Livingstone-Stilling
« Last post by Annie London on 13 May, 2013, 01:34 »
  I, Anne Stilling, was born Iringa hospital 1944.  Went to Sao Hill and Mbeya School.  My Father and Mother help run the Tengeru Polish camp 1942.  Have photos.   Lived at Lupembe.  Looking for anyone who knew my parents. Father died 1951 and I went to England with my Mother soon after.
Get in touch / Re: Looking for Emma Shitakha's contact details
« Last post by ruby on 05 May, 2013, 17:00 »
Hello Naomi
My name is ruby Dass and was in school with Emma Shitakha and Tracy Boyd-Carpenter while Mr David Nettleback was the head master were you in class 5 in 1971/1972?
Get in touch / Looking for Yvonne Karafiat
« Last post by john genko on 29 March, 2013, 16:58 »
My Name is John Genko and am looking to see if any one remembers me i was at this school from 1958 until 1961 the only person i can recall is Yvonne Karafiat to whome i still owe 10 shillings. Does any one know of Yvonnes contact details.
Tanganyika / Re: Life in Tanganyika in Photos 1928 - 1961
« Last post by Simon Watson on 07 March, 2013, 21:58 »
Hi Richard,thanks so much for posting these photos! I wish I had seen them before.I went to Sao-Hill School from 1957-61 and remember the distance sign. This De Havilland Heron Aircraft with Princess Margaret aboard also went to Tanga where we lived. I was supposed to have gone to the Airport with my parents but did'nt want to dress-up so I vanished into the bundu to avoid that ordeal!!Tanga Hospital for me meant a broken wrist,Butcher Buck the Dentist and a 5 day stay with Malaria. Very best...Simon Watson.
Arusha School / Re: The tortoise (kobe)
« Last post by Naomi Wilson on 01 February, 2013, 04:50 »
Love to share my brother's remark on hearaing of the tortoises "resurrection" as it were.
"What glad tidings of great joy: that which was dead is alive again. We should name him/her “Lazarus”!
I wonder if we can be informed if in the next ten years S/h passes on?
Naomi Wilson
Arusha School / Re: The tortoise (kobe)
« Last post by Naomi Wilson on 31 January, 2013, 22:47 »
I have just had news that the tortooise is STILL alive! An email from Des Bailey tells me that
Hi Naomi
"I can confirm that as at 30/1/2013 the Tortoise is still alive. This was confirmed by Kathy Barnes who emailed one of the teachers at the school..
I am Des Bailey. Was at Arusha School from 61 – 65.  I remember being at the opening of the library by your dad, but I think this was prior to me being at school.  All my siblings attended the school: Shirley, Laurie, Richard, myself and Maureen."
So there we are - a part of the School History still alilve and munching.
Thank you Des for the information.
Naomi Wilson
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