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Alexander Sutherland ALLAN + Elizabeth Rosian HUNTLEY - Wellington

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Alexander Sutherland ALLAN (1831-1900)
- Alexander was born in Stromness, Orkney, Scotland 9 April 1831
- 1 of 11 children of William ALLAN (1901-) & Jessie SUTHERLAND (1804-)
- he arrived in New Zealand 18??
- Sherriff of Wellington at one time
married on 27 December 1858 to:
Elizabeth Rosian HUNTLEY (1840-1919)
- daughter of Robert Henry (1819-1879) & Elizabeth Huntley (1822-1903)
MARRIED, on the 27th December, 1858 at St Mary's Cathedral, by the Right Rev Dr Viard, Catholice Bishop at Wellington, New Zealand, A. S. ALLAN, Esq., of Wellington to ELIZABETH ROSIAN, only daughter of R. H. HUNTLEY, Esq., Principal of St Mary's School, Wellington

Alexander & Elizabeth had 8 known CHILDREN
... 1
1859 - 1901 Elizabeth Jessie Mary Allan
- on the 1896 electoral roll, spinster, in Wellington
- Elizabeth didn't marry
- she died 27 Jan 1901 aged 40
- she is buried Plot 54 B, ROM CATH, at Karori cemetery, with her father


... 2
1862 - Joseph 'Stuart' Allan
on 31st March, 1862, at Wellington, the wife of A. S. Allan, Esq., of a son
- Joseph married Florence Fountain HESKETH in 1883
- Joseph was an artist (with his brother-in-law, Lincoln Lee), & a journalist and satirical cartoonist
- Joseph & Florence had 7 known children:
1883 - Sydney Sutherland Alexander Allan
1885 - Winifred Elizabeth Allan
1886 - Florence Beatrice Mary Allan
1888 - Gwendoline Milicent Allan
1890 - Dorothy Margaret Allan
1892 - John Stuart Hesketh Allan
1893 - Edith Rose Alexandria Allan


... 3
1863 - Mary Catherine Allan
- Mary married Godfrey 'Lincoln' LEE (1884-1968) in 1907
- Lincoln was born in Wellington, New Zealand, his father Robert Lee, Chairman of Wellington Education Board, his mother Fanny Gully, daughter of artist John Gully. He and Mary were close friends of painter Herbert G. Fitzherbert. He moved to Auckland before the 191418 war in which he served as Gunner 34523 in the New Zealand Artillery. He wrote poems, published The Dido Story and other translations published 1965 and also a small book on his grandfather John Gully, and he also painted. He had his last one-man show of watercolours when he was 81
- Mary's mother died at her home in Remuera in 1919


... 4
1865 - Alexander Gerard Allan
on the 22nd May, 1865, at Wellington, the wife of A. S. Allan, Esq., of a son
- born in Wellington, Alexander was a writer
- moved to Sydney


... 5
1867 - John Huntley Allan
on September 15, at Wellington, the wife of A. S. Allan Esq., of a son
- possibly moved to Australia


... 6
1869 - Robert Stanislaus Alexander Allan
On the 9th inst., 1869 at Wellington, the wife of A. S. Allan, Esq., of a son
- Robert was born in Wellington April 1869
- he was an author
- Robert married twice
- he died in 1951 aged 82 in Chatswood, Sydney


... 7
1871 - Margaret Antoinette Allan
on the 23rd inst., 1871 the wife of A. S. Allan, Esq., of a daughter
- Margaret married Andrew Agnew STUART-MENTEATH (1853-1916) in 1897 as his 2nd wife. 17 July 1897 STUART-MENTEATH - ALLAN, On July 17th, at St Mary's Cathedral, Wellington, New Zealand, by the Very Rev Father Dawson, Andrew Agnew Stuart-Menteath, barrister and solicitor, of Wellington, New Zealand, to Margaret Antoinette, youngest daughter of Alexander Sutherland Allan, late Registrar of the Supreme Court
- Andrew was a son of Alexander Stuart-Menteath & Harriet Agnew, related to the first Fovernor General of NZ. His maternal grandfather was Major-General Patrick Alexander Agnew (1764-1813). Andrew was a Barrister. He came from a line of Earls & Barons.
- His 1st wife was Mary Vans AGNEW (1861-1896), daughter of Deputy Lieutenant, Robert Vans Agnew (1817-1893), J.P., M.P. for Wigtownshire 1873-1880 & Mary Elizabeth Hunter BLAIR (daughter of Sir David Hunter-Blair, 3rd Baronet of Blairquhan)
5 May 1896 - STUART-MENTEATH - On the 5th May 1896, at Auckland, New Zealand, MARY, wife of ANDREW AGNEW STUART-MENTEATH, and youngest daughter of the late Robert Vans Agnew, of Barnbarroch and Sheuchan, aged 35.
- Andrew & Margaret had 3 known children:
1898 - Jean Antoinette Menteath
1901 - Thomas Alexander Stuart Menteath
1904 - Elizabeth Mary Menteath
25 Sep 1916 STUART-MENTEATH, On 25th September, 1916, at Wellington, Andrew Agnew Stuart-Menteath. Private interment; no flowers
- Andrew is buried Plot 5 G, PUBLIC at Karori, Wellington with his first wife Mary



... 8
1873 - 1946 Charles Gabriel Allan
on the 19th inst., 1873 at Majoribank street, Wellington, the wife of A. S. Allan, Esq., of a son
- Charles married Lois Elaine STUART-MENTEATH (1887-1966) 3 July 1907
4 July 1907 - The Sacristy of the Sacred Heart Basilica was the scene yesterday morning of the celebration of the marriage of Miss Lois Menteath, eldest daughter of Mr A. A. Stuart-Menteath, of Wellington, to Mr Charles Gabriel Allan, son of the late Mr Alexander Allan, formerly Registrar of the Supreme Court at Wellington. The bride was given away by her father, and was attended by her sister, Miss Valerie Menteath, as bridesmaid. The Rev Father Mahony officiated. Mr and Mrs Allan received numerous presents, including one from the staff of Messrs Menteath and Beere (Andrew Agnew Stuart Menteath and Oswald Beere, Barristers and Solicitors, 6 Lambton Quay, Wellington, next Bank of New Zealand)
- their known children:
1911 - 1985 John Agnew Allan
1915 - 2002 Isobel Menteath Allan
1918 - 2005 Vans Rosian Allan
- Charles next married Ruth Henrietta Maud West SKIPWORTH (1880-1943) in 1925
- Lois (who was a Lawyer) next married or had a partner & had another 3 children
CHARLES died aged 73 in New Zealand



Alexander Sutherland Allan died 27 January 1900 aged 69 at his residence, Featherston Terrace, Wellington (now Newman Terrace)
- he was buried Plot 54 B, ROM CATH, at Karori cemetery, Wellington with his daughter Elizabeth Jessie Mary Allan (1859-1901)
Elizabeth Rosian Allan died 25 April 1919 age 79 in Oliver street, Remuera, Auckland at her daughter, Mary Catherine's home
- she is buried Area 1, Block Z, lot no. 10B at Waikaraka cemetery, Onehunga, Auckalnd with her daughter mary Catherine Lee
Robert Henry HUNTLEY died 9 April 1879 in Greytown
- he is buried in Greytown
Elizabeth HUNTLEY, died 15 March 1903 in Wellington, aged 80
- she is buried Plot 71 B, ROM CATH, at Karori, Wellington


TIMELINE
13 July 1865
... The appointment of Alexander Sutherland Allan, Esq., as Deputy-Registrar of the Supreme Court of Wellington


25 March 1870 - TOWN ACRE 493, Bolton Street, Wellington
... Mr J. H. Wallace is instructed by the Mortgagees to sell by public auction, at his Land Mart, Hunter-street, on Tuesday, 29th March, at 2 o'clock p.m., all that delightfully situated town acre 493, Bolton-street, tastefully laid out and cultivated, together with the two substantially built residences, in the occupation of Mr R. H. HUNTLY and Mr A. S. ALLAN


4 September 1878
... A New Zealand Gazette issued on Thursday notifies the appointment of the following gentlemen to be sheriffs under the Acts of 1858:- Alexander Sutherland Allan Esq., Wellington


30 May 1882 - RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT
... The first case taken was that of Mr Alexander Sutherland Allan, who was fined 20s for keeping an unregistered dog on his premises, his Worship rejecting the defence set up that the dog did not actually belong to the defendant, by remarking that it did nor much matter to whom the dog actually belonged so long as it was proved to be in his following


in the 1893 Electoral Roll, Hill street, Wellington:
Elizabeth Rose Ann ALLAN, married
Elizabeth Jessie Mary ALLAN, Spinster
Mary Catherine ALLAN, Spinster


8 February 1900
... Another old and well-known resident, Mr A. S. Allan, passed away at his residence, Featherston Terrace, on last Saturday. Mr Allan, who was for some years Deputy-Registrar of the Supreme Court here and later on the Registrar, retired from the public service on pension some twelve years ago. The Rev Father Holley conducted the fineral service at Karori on Monday R.I.P. Private Interment

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