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Bertha Annear

Question by Maureent180

Bertha married Ten Young 1887 in Wellington? Had 2 children Flossie who died 1919,Frederick William Henry who died 1970 in Auckland. William a photographer married early 1920's to unknown.
Believe Bertha may have married a second time unknown who to.
Cant find a death for her husband Ten Young.

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on 2013-12-03 17:47:13

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by tonkin on 2013-12-03 23:52:28

Bertha ANNEAR and Ten YOUNG were married in New Zealand in 1887.
No children located in New Zealand for Bertha and Ten.
Was Ten known by another name?

by tonkin on 2013-12-04 02:48:52

Two and a half hours of searching the Australian records indicates Ten and Bertha had no children in this part of the world.

Any idea where Ten and Bertha had their children?

by Maureent180 on 2013-12-05 21:21:26

Yes both were born in Wellington where Bertha and Ten had a shop. I have Williams death certificate here stating the birth in Wellington, death 26th July 1970 in Auckland, cremated at Purewa aged 82 years.
Florence Ethel Selina(Flossie) died 1914 aged 23 years. Buried Terrace End Cemetary,
Palmerston North. LO4-03.
Yes Ten used the name William but if you check the burial disc you will find dozens.
Maybe they moved to Palmerston North? I have a copy of a photo William took in the Hawkes Bay in 1910. He worked as a freelance photographer for the Auckland Weekly News and did a lot of racing photos. There are some on Papers Past.
He lived with my grandmother in Auckland and had a daughter Phyliss Elayne in 1928.
I believe that Ten was Asian as a photo that my aunt commented on was the size of him compared to Bertha. Maureen

by annesapphire on 2015-07-10 01:18:42

Bertha was my great grandmother.
She was married to Ten aka William Young. They had a third child, Archie.
I do not know when William died, but from my mother's memories, Bertha was living in Moxham Ave, Hataitai, Wellington at the time of her death in approx 1920. My mother lived just down the road. Mum never mentioned Bertha marrying again. I have found a death record for a Bertha Norton Young in 1918 but have no reason to believe this is the correct one.

Flossie is buried with her Annear grandfather in Palmerston North.

by annesapphire on 2015-07-10 01:19:54

Apologies, Bertha was my great aunt.

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