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Andrew Nelson COREPB - Marlborough

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Andrew Nelson COREPB
was born in Falster, Denmark on 8 March 1845
- Andrew was a Miner. He emigrated to New Zealand, possibly via Australia
his Christian names are obviously not his birth names. He lived in Nelson!

8 November 1879
- MARRIAGE of ANDREW NELSON COREPB -

... Andrew Nelson COREPB married Emma Elizabeth STRONG (1864-1883) in NZ
- daughter of John STRONG (1834-1910) & Adelaide Caroline HOLDAWAY (1845-1924) from Hampshire
Evening Post, 16 June 1910 STRONG-HOLDAWAY - On the 15th June, at St Catherine's, near Horndean, by the Rev William C. Pearce, M.A., John Strong to Adelaide Caroline Holdaway; both of Frogmoor, Hants, England. (Golden Wedding)

the known children of ANDREW & EMMA:
* 1880 - 1881 Edith May Corepb
- Edith was born 20 November 1880
- she died in Wellington 5 February 1881 aged 10 weeks
- she is buried plot 5601 at Bolton street Cemetery

* 1882 - 1882 Adelaide Corepb
- Adelaide was born 19 February 1882
- she died 28 March 1882 aged 5 weeks
- she is buried plot 5601 at Bolton street Cemetery

Marlborough Express, 16 February 1881
- NEW ZEALAND NATURALISATION -

... His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to issue Letter of naturalisation, under, "The Aliens Act, 1880" in favour of Andrew Nelson Corepb of Picton, miner

Marlborough Express, 2 November 1881
- COURT NOTICE -

... In the Warden's Court of Havelock, Pelorus District, in the Colony of New Zealand. Between William Hyacinth Lambert, of Picton, complainant, AND George Crichton, John William Synnerholm, Andrew Nelson Corepb, John Frederick Ahlgren, James Vickers Thornhill, Samuel Dawson, Neils Hanson and Oscar Heiden, defendants. COMPLAINT
1/ That the above-mentioned defendants are the registered proprietors of the Gorge Claim, situated at Deep Creek, Wakamarina, and the rights and privileges thereto belonging
2/ That the said claim has been abandoned within the meaning of "The Mines Act, 1877" and Regulations made thereunder
3/ That the said Andrew Nelson Corepb and above are not miners within the meaning of "The Mines Act, 1877" and Regulation made thereunder

Marlborough Express, 7 August 1882
- WARDEN'S COURT, HAVELOCK -

... Corepb v. Algram, claim £23 5s. Mr Mcnab appeared for plaintiff. Judgement for £4 12 11d and costs. Corepb v, Dawson, claim for £23 5s. Mr McNab for plaintiff. Judgment for £4 12s 11d amd costs

Marlborough Express, 2 September 1882
- HAVELOCK MAGISTRATES COURT -

... Brownlee and Co v. Corepb, claim for cash advanced, £7 19s (2013 equivalent of $1160). Mr McNab appeared for the defendant, Mr Moller for the plaintiff. Judgment for plaintiffs and costs 11s

Marlborough Express, 6 June 1883
- TO WELLINGTON -

... June 5 - Hawea, s.s. 462 tons, Mr Gilvray, for Wellington. Passengers - Messrs Raikes, Pirani, C. Murphy, D. Murphy, Hawker, COREPB and one steerage

Evening Post, 8 June 1883
- DEATH OF ANDREW'S WIFE -

.... COREPB - At Sussex Square, Emma Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr Andrew Coreph and second daughter of John and Adelaide Strong, in her 20th year; much regretted
- Emma is buried plot 5601 at Bolton street cemetery

Evening Post, 8 June 1883
- FUNERAL NOTICE -

... The Friends of Mr John Strong are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late daughter, Mrs Emma Elizabeth Corepb, which will leave his residence, Sussex-square, TO-MORROW (Saturday), the 9th inst., at 3.30 o'clock sharp
- Emma is buried plot 5601

15 August 1883
- BURIAL at BOLTON STREET -

... burial of Louisa Etta Strong Corepb (as written on database)
NOTE Louisa Etta STRONG was born 30 September 1875, a daughter of John & Adelaide Caroline Strong (and Emma Elizabeth's sister). Louisa died 15 August 1883 aged 7. The name Corepb is what is written at the database. EITHER, this is a transcript error or she was adopted by Andrew & Emma. She was recorded on BDM as Louisa Etta Strong at birth AND death (nothing in the newspapers of the day)
- she is buried plot 5601 at Bolton street Cemetery

Marlborough Express, 3 August 1888
- RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT -

... Powick v. Corepb, Claim £2 3S. Mr Connolly for plaintiff, stated that he had found that the amount had been paid into Court; of this he had had no notification, and besides an excessive mileage had been charged. The defendant had been served at Canvastown while the summons had been taken out for Havelock. When defendant paid in, he objected to pay the excessive mileage and Mr Connolly represented that although of course the defendant was right in so refusing, it was not proper that plaintiff should lose the amount, as the fault was not his own. His Worship undertook to see that Mr Connolly's client got a refund of the amount overcharged for mileage

Marlborough Express, 5 May 1890
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... The monthly meeting was held to-day - Mr Haslett applied on behalf of A. Corepb to have the land of the latter declared freehold. Deferred

Marlborough Express, 24 August 1893
- HAVELOCK MAGISTERIAL -

... Bourke v. Coreph - Claim £10 damages for a dog worrying sheep. Mr Staite for plaintiff, Mr McNab for defendant. Plaintiff nonsuited without costs, no actual damage having been proved

Marlborough Express, 5 September 1893
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... A Crown grant was authorised to be issued to A. N. Coreph for section 12, Block I. Orieri

For Year Ended 30 April 1894
- ANNUAL SHEEP RETURNS -

... A. N. Corepb - 153 (nil previous year)

For Year Ended 30 April 1895
- ANNUAL SHEEP RETURNS -

... A. N. Corepb - 197 (153 previous year) an increase of 44 sheep

For Year Ended 30 April 1896
- ANNUAL SHEEP RETURNS -

... A. N. Corepb - 132 (197 previous year) a decrease of 65 sheep

For Year Ended 30 April 1897
- ANNUAL SHEEP RETURNS -

... A. N. Corepb - nil (132 previous year)

Marlborough Express, 10 August 1897
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... A. N. Corepb applied for a pastoral license over about 120 acres of land in the Orieri Survey District (Goulter Bay)

Marlborough Express, 9 October 1902
- PELORUS ROAD BOARD -

... Mr Nelson Corepb, of Wellington, wrote stating that he was owner of section 17, Wakamarina, and requesting that his name should be placed on the rate roll in respect of such ownership. Mr J. Brown, of Blenheim, having written disclaiming any ownership of section 17, (although rated in the past for such). Mr Corepb's application was agreed to

Marlborough Express, 17 September 1903
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... A. N. Corepb applied to exchange pastoral run No. 136 to O.R.P. (or L.I.P.) tenure - Agreed to on O.R.P. tenure. Land to be re-valued by mr Buckhurst

Marlborough Express, 25 August 1905
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... A. N. Corepb applied for exemption form residence on lease-in-perpetuity Section 12, Block I, Orieri Survey District - Commissioner to reply

Marlborough Express, 15 August 1906
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... A. N. Coreph wrote re exemption from residence on Section 12, Block I, Orieri S.D. - Postponed

Marlborough Express, 10 November 1909
- MARLBOROUGH LAND BOARD -

... The following memorandum of lease was submitted to the Board for approval; - Andrew Nelson Corepb to Claud Hamilton Godsiff of section 12, Block I, Orieri S.D. - term 14 years from the 1st day of June 1908 - Approved

Christmas Day 1909
- MOVED TO AMERICA -

... Andrew arrived in San Francisco

3 March 1911
- AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP -

... Andrew filed a "Declaration of Intention" to become a United States Citizen


PHOTO
Strong and Corepb family grave, plot 5601, Bolton Street Cemetery

last resting place of:
... Emma Elizabeth Corepb (nee Strong) in 1883
* her daughter Edith May Corepb in 1881 aged 10 weeks
* her daughter Adelaide in 1882 aged 5 weeks
* her sister Louisa Etta Strong in 1883 aged 7
* her father John Strong in 1910 aged 76
* her mother Adelaide Caroline Strong in 1924 aged 79
* Eliza Strong in 1943 aged 78
* her sister Florence May Strong in 1951 aged 73
photographed 1960s by City Sexton, Percival James Edward Shotter, (1912-1989), prior to its being dismantled to make way for the Wellington motorway

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