Why would someone use nz for a title/honorific/prefix rather than mr, mrs, ms, etc?

I have an ancestor who used NZ as a prefix before his name, rather than Mr. He did this in his signature, and also in address labels, etc. Anyone have any idea what this means, or why someone might use it?
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Asked Mar 13, 2016

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