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Cecil Leopold Jackson - 1882 Woodville, New Zealand

Journal by ngairedith

Cecil was a son of:
Alfred Benjamin Jackson and Susan Simson
- they married in 1866 in Nelson,
- Alfred, a saddler of Greytown declared bankruptcy in 1876
- he was on the Waiapu Electoral Roll in 1893, as a sheepfarmer at Rotokautuku (130km north of Gisborne) Poverty Bay
- Alfred's father was Benjamin Jackson, a shoemaker of Trafalgar street Nelson
- he had emigrated to New Zealand on the PHOEBE into Nelson on the 15th November 1842
- he had married Mary Ann Baker

Cecil's mother Susan was born 2 April 1844 to:
Emmanuel Ambrose Simson - about 1800-1871
- he had married Caroline Julian in 1843 in New Plymouth, Taranaki
- Caroline was born 16th Feb 1821 in Helston, Cornwall, England, a daughter of Richard Julian and Elizabeth White
- Caroline remarried on 25th May 1881 in New Plymouth to Henry Bailey 1820-1886, he is buried PLOT 3, LOT 19, Te Henui
- Caroline died in New Plymouth 1898, and is buried at St Mary's

- Susan had a brother, also named Emmanuel Ambrose Simson
- he married Elizabeth Emma Luckin and had 2 daughters and 7 sons

Cecil was 3 months old. He is buried in Od Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

Surnames: BAILEY BAKER JACKSON JULIAN LUCKIN SIMSON WHITE
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on 2009-12-05 17:10:50

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