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Claus Luders married Annie christina Anderson, Their lived in Midhurst Taranaki 1890-1910 approx.their had several children.

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on 2010-06-02 19:01:12

ayrfan , from new zealand, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2010. is researching the following names: REARDON, LUDERS, GARDNER and 5 other(s).

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by trevw on 2010-06-16 01:01:16

My grandmother's maiden name was Christina Adeline Luders and she came from Midhurst.

by lollipop on 2011-04-16 06:41:01

From what I can remember Annie Christina had 3 sisters and two brothers.The sisters were called Lucy who married Joe Ruguski(not sure of spelling},they lived on the Great South Rd in New Plymouth.Mary who married a Haslett and lived in Rotorua ad Edie which might have been a shortened name. I was very lucky and had the opportunity to meet my great Aunts.The brothers I think were called Christopher and Andrew.There is a photo of one of the brothers in his Boer War uniform.I think that was with Irene Luders.Just wonder how Christina Adeline fits into the picture.

by lollipop on 2011-04-16 06:42:23

From what I can remember Annie Christina had 3 sisters and two brothers.The sisters were called Lucy who married Joe Ruguski(not sure of spelling},they lived on the Great South Rd in New Plymouth.Mary who married a Haslett and lived in Rotorua ad Edie which might have been a shortened name. I was very lucky and had the opportunity to meet my great Aunts.The brothers I think were called Christopher and Andrew.There is a photo of one of the brothers in his Boer War uniform.I think that was with Irene Luders.Just wonder how Christina Adeline fits into the picture.

by ngairedith on 2011-04-16 06:58:50

Information on LUDERS of New Zealand as at 5th Sept 2010
- in reply to: 2nd June 2010 and 4th September 2010

- Luders buried in Midhirst

In the early 1900s MIDHIRST, Taranaki was a dairy-farming and sawmilling settlement, twenty-seven miles south-east by rail from New Plymouth, in the north riding of the county of Stratford and in the Huiroa survey district of the Taranaki land district

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some known MALE MARRIAGES

on 24th November 1891 - Henry LUDERS (AKA Peter Heinrich 1867-1939)
- married Annie McARTHUR (1865-1950)

on 15th August 1902 - Claus Martin LUDERS (1880-1968)
- married Anna Christina *ANDRESEN (1880-1965)
- they had 11 children
- Claus was a son of Dr Louis Peter Luders (1833-1910) of Holstein Germany & Anna LEHMAN (Anna was his 2nd wife whom he married after his 1st wife, Anna's sister Maria, died)
* thanks to ayrfan's message 19 Feb 2011: (I had ANDERSON) ... Claus Martin Luders married Anna Christina Andresen (not Anderson). Claus and Anna where my grand parents. I've checked this with my older siblings ...

on 29th September 1927 - Lawrence Henry LUDERS (1901-1984)
- married Hilda FOREMAN (1907-1984)


some known FEMALE MARRIAGES

in 1893 - Ada (Gretha) LUDERS (1873-1896)
- 2nd daughter of Peter Luders of Mauganui, Taranaki
- married Herbert BRIDER (1870-1955) in Stratford as 1st of 5 wives
- he was the 2nd son of Edward Charles BRIDER (1841-Oct 1903) & Tryphena WILKINS (1844-March 1904) of River Bank Wanganui (they had married in Elstead, Surrey 1862 and emigrated to NZ in 1874 on the GOLDEN SEA) - Herbert was 3 when he emigrated. His siblings on board were:
1864 - Edward Henry Brider, born Godalming, Surrey, England
- married Frances HISTED in Wanganui on XMAS DAY 1884
- they had 10 children, a daughter in 1892 they named Tryphena Adelaide Brider - she was to marry Bernard COURTNEY in 1912
1867 - Tryphena Brider
- married Michael REARDON in 1886
Herbert had a brother Ernest John William Brider born on board, 17th April 1874, who died at sea. He had 6 more siblings born in NZ
1875 - Selina Maude Brider
- married John James WALL in 1894
1878 - Dennis Brider
- married Jane WILCOX in 1900
1881 - Rosalind Brider
- married Thomas HERIN in 1903
1883 - Edith Frances Turner Brider
- married Charles Pritchard KENDALL in 1907
1886 - Albert James Brider
- married Emmeline Sutherland GORDON in 1909
1889 - Catherine Brider
- married Charles Henry KING in 1909

in 1915 - Christina Adeline LUDERS (1895-1970)
- married Arthur WALL (1885-1945)

in 1916 - Ethel Ivy LUDERS (1892-?)
- married William Edward Thomas BELL

in 1921 - Ruby Violet LUDERS (1897-1962)
- married William Thomas SEAMARK (1894-1962) of Australia
- William was a son of William SEAMARK & Ellen PEARN in Australia

... the children of William Seamark & Ellen Pearn were:
. 1877-25-11-1925 Lillian Seamark
. 1885-1886 Charles Seamark
. 1887-18-12-1966 Emily Eliza Seamark, born New Plymouth
... Emily married George William MILHAM in 1915 - had 7 children
. 1891-2-8-1966 Lavinia Rose Seamark
... Lavinia married Percy MILHAM in 1920
. 1892-23-1-1925 Annie Margaret Seamark
. 1894-18-10-1962 William Thomas Seamark
... William married Ruby LUDERS (above)
. 1895-? Nellie Seamark

in 1922 - Alvina Marie LUDERS (1900-1976)
- married James Alwin du TEMPLE (1900-1977)
- James was on the Northcote (Auckland) Borough Council (1960s)
- they had a baby born still in 1933

in 1924 - Doris Annie Noreen LUDERS (1904-1977)
- married Ernest Harris REARDON (1898-1985)
- Ernest was a son of William REARDON & Mary Ann HARRIS of Kurow

... the children of William Reardon & Mary Ann Harris were:
. 1885-1973 Jane Hanizine/Thonezine/Thamzine Reardon
... Jane married Edward Charles BENSON in 1906
. 1887-1965 William Joseph Reardon
. 1888-1973 George Edward Reardon
. 1891-1921 Joseph Henry Reardon
... Joseph married Ethel Maud DYKE in 1915
. 1892-1915 Herbert Reardon
... Herbert was killed in action in Gallipoli
. 1894-1965 Julia Ellen Reardon
... Julia married James Graham POWER in 1920
. 1897-1915 Lucy Desmond Reardon
... Lucy died aged 18
. 1898-1985 Ernest Harris Reardon
... Ernest married Doris LUDERS (above)

in 1927 - Florence Evelyn May LUDERS (1899-1985)
- married John Joseph PETERSON (1900-1975)

in 1928 - Hazel Vera LUDERS (?-?)
- married Alfred Edwin COURTNEY (1906-1985)

in 1929 - Aletha Cecilia LUDERS (1909-1997)
- married Matthew Percival SCHAARE (1910-1991)
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some known BIRTHS

1875 - Charles Luders
- son of Peter & Cecilia Luders

Children of Henry Luder & Annie Mcarthur:
1892 - Ethel Ivy Luders
1896 - Ruby Violet Luders
1898 - Edward Rufus Luders
1899 - Florence Evelyn May Luders
1901 - Lawrence Henry Luders
1903 at Midhirst - Henry Luders

Children of Claus Martin Luders & Anna Christina Anderson:
10th September 1900 - Alvina Mary Luders
28th April 1903 - Louie Peter Luders
- in 1941 Louie was a Prisoner of War
- his mother was living at 9 Anzac Rd, Morningside, Whangarei
- in 1945 Louie was declared as 'now safe'
- his mother was then living at Woodlands Park (now a suburb of) Titirangi, Waitakere, Auckland
30th December 1904 - Doris Annie Noreen Luders
20th December 1906 - Ernest Martin Luders
14th August 1909 - Aletha Cecilia Luders
???? - Melva Loris Luders
1917 - Heather Luders
- and 4 others - can you help with them?

A big thank you to ayrfan for his message on 13-9-2010:
.. A correction on the Reardon side. Jane, William, George, Joseph and Ernest are children of William and Mary Anne Reardon [nee Harris], Wanganui [Maxwell]
...Herbert, Julia and Lucy are children of William and Mary Reardon[nee McQuinn] Duntroon [Kurow]
.. these are 2 different families


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OTHERS - Gretha "Ada" Luders was born in Germany in 1873
- she married Herbert Arthur BRIDER (1870-1955) in Stratford
- she was the first of his 5 wives
- Herbert was a newspaper publisher in Wanganui
- they had a daughter in 1894 that they named Annie Cecilia, a name that runs through the Luders family. Annie was to marry Frank HOUSTON in 1915
- Gretha died on 12th July 1896 in Marton
- her Death Notice reads: BRIDER - On 12th July, at Marton, Gretha, the beloved wife of Herbert Brider, aged 23 years. Friends are informed that the funeral will leave the residence of Mr E.C. Brider, Russell Street, River Bank, at 1pm - John James, undertaker

The 5 marriages of Herbert Arthur Brider were:

6th May 1893 - Gretha (Ada) LUDERS (1873-1896)
- they were both 23
- they had 1 child
- Gretha died on the 11th July 1896 aged 23

15th September 1897 - Edith Hester Blake DELANY (1874-1912)
- he was 27 & she was 23
- they had 3 children
- a daughter, Lulu Isabel Jean Brider was born in 1909 in Wanganui - she was to marry John Barrett HARRIS (On Saturday the 15th May 1909: At Hylton Street, Aramoho, the wife of Herbert A. Brider, of a daughter. Both doing well)
- a daughter Eileen Ross Brider was to marry Walter Lawson Jeffrey MAY in 1928
- a son Brian Isaac Brider was born on 14th July 1912, he died 11th June 1981
- Edith died on the 16th July 1912 aged 38, 2 days after the birth of her son Brian Isaac

28th July 1913 - Rebecca DOHERTY (1884-1920)
- he was 43 & she was 29
- Rebecca died on the 22nd March 1920 aged 39

12th April 1921 - Edith Mary SPRINGER (1870-1938)
- they were both 51
- Edith died on the 6th February 1938 aged 69

1944 - Marianne Estelle DAVIS (formerly THOMSON 1873-1959) in Wanganui
- he was 74 & she was 71
- Marianne's grandfather was Rev Richard Davis, the first missionary in the district of Waimate North, and who was the first man ordained by Bishop Selwyn into the ministry of the Anglican Church and the only European invited to visit the deathbed of Hone Heke
- Marianne first married John THOMSON of Kihkihi on 14th May 1908, honeymooned in Rororua and Taupo and made their home in Napier
- Marianne & Herbert died in Cambridge and are buried at Hautapu Cemetery, Hamilton
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some known DEATHS from 1876 - 2008
- in alphabetical order

- (some birth dates are based on age at death) -

1950 - Anna Luders
- born 1865
- died aged 85

1965 - Anna Christina Luders
- born 1880
- died 21st July 1965 aged 85
- buried CHRRY-33-06 at Hamilton Park Cemetery with Claus Martin

1972 - Bertie Luders
- born 1915
- died aged 57

1876 - Charles Luders
- born 1876
- died 15th November 1876 aged 6 weeks
- buried at Inglewood, Taranaki

1882 - Cicilia Luders
- born 1843
- possible wife of Peter below
- died aged 38
- buried in the Midhirst Cemetery, Taranaki

1968 - Claus Martin Luders
- born 1880
- died 2nd November 1968 aged 88
- buried CHRRY-33-07 at Hamilton Park Cemetery with Anna Christina

1924 - Edna May Beryl Luders
- born 1915
- died 29th January 1924 aged 9
- buried FRONT-K-38 at Hamilton East Cemetery

1973 - Ernest Martin Luders
- born 20 December 1906
- lived at 30 Brookfield St, Hamilton (as did Irene Ivy Maude)
- died 19th February 1973 aged 66
- ashes spread GARDN-SUNKN-0000 at Hamilton Park Cemetery

1921 - Gwenneth Joy Luders
- born 1920
- died 8th November 1921 aged 1
- buried FRONT-K-38 at Hamilton East Cemetery, Waikato

1903 - Henry Luders Luders
- born 1903
- died a new born

1984 - Hilda Luders
- born 11 January 1907
- lived 290B Treaine Ave, Palmerston North
- died 2nd May 1984 aged 77 (2 days after her husband Lawrence)
- buried plot 027, block 014 at Kelvin Grove Cemetery with Lawrence

2008 - Irene Ivy Maude Luders
- born 29 March 1912
- lived (and died) at 30 Brookfield St, Hamilton
- died 28th July 2008 aged 96
- ashes buried GARDN-GK-055 at Hamilton Park Cemetery

1984 - Lawrence Henry Luders
- born 28 October 1901
- he was a Foreman with the New Zealand railways
- lived 290B Treaine Ave, Palmerston North
- died 30th April 1984 aged 82 (2 days before his wife Hilda)
- buried plot 027, block 014 at Kelvin Grove Cemetery with Hilda

1915 - Leo Luders
- born April 1915
- died 27th July 1915 aged 3 months
- buried Nonconormist Divisoion C Row 4, Plot 13B at Waitakere

1999 - Loris Melva Luders
- born 1 February 1923
- died aged 76

1988 - Louis Peter Luders
- born 28 April 1903
- died aged 84 on 8th April 1988
- ashes scattered PUREWA Auckland

1975 - Margaret Packman Luders
- born 27 March 1897
- died 3rd June 1975 aged 78
- buried Protestant Lawn D Row 7, Plot 25 at Waitakere, Auckland

1910 - Peter Luders
- born 1833
- died aged 77
- in November 1910 his deceased estate was valued for stamp duty as worth 1236 (a 2010 value of $184,352)
- Peter is buried in ]Midhirst Cemetery

1939 - Peter Heinrich (also known as Henry) Luders
- born 1867
- died aged 72

1997 - Trevor Maurice Luders
- born 24 February 1929
- lived Tauwhare Rd R D 4 Hamilton
- died 11th July 1997 aged 68
- ashes returned from Hamilton Park Cemetery

1944 - Winstone Lawrence Luders
- born 1944
- died aged 4 months
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LUDERS NEWS by DATE

In 1881 - Peter Luders was one of 11 selectors holding 923 acres on the deferred payment system. Read the Rangers Report

In 1881 - Peter Luders and others requested the Taranaki Land Board to expend a portion of the money now in hand for the York and Rutland roads in the construction of a bridge or large culvert on the small river crossing the York road, in sections 254 & 225 - it was referred to the County Council

In 1885 - Henry Luders put in an application to the land Board to purchase section 34, block 10 at Huiroa

In 1887 - Henry Luders applied to surrender his lease of section 34, block 10 at Huiroa to the Land Board

In June 1888 - Henry Luders was taken to court for owing 17s 9d on section 34, block 10 at Huiroa. He stated that he had been unwell and could not pay, besides which he had surrendered the section 6 months previously. Judgment was given for the Board with costs of 1 6d (a 2010 value of $200)

In 1888 - Peter Luders applied to the Land Board for a 4 year extension of time to pay for section 10, block 13 at Opunake Survey

In 1888 - Peter Luders pleaded guilty at the Police Court to having an unregistered dog. He stated that he had let it to his son who had forgotten to pay the money. He was finded 7s & costs and ordered to pay the tax of 2s 6d

In 1889 - Henry Luders requested the scrub be cut from the front of his land in Mangaotea Rd at Midhirst

In 1890 - Henry Luders paid 1 to the Midhirst Road Board

In 1891 - Henry Luders applied to extend the period of deferred payment of section 16, block 10 a Huiroa from 10 to 14 years - this was acceded

In 1894 - Henry Luders acquired the freehold of his deferred payment land of section 16, block 10 at Huiroa

In 1894 - A Mr Luders was a neighbour to 2 Polish men, Mr GROSHINSKI and Mr HARNEL at Midhirst when they were involved in a grazing dispute

In 1903 - there were 136 pupils at Midhirst School. "Chrissie" Luders passed her Standard II exams

In 1904 - A fire occurred at Midhirst at 4 o'clock on the morning of January 28th. It totally destroyed several buildings:
FOSTER - confectioner
COLLINS - commission agent
BANK of NEW ZEALAND - unoccupied
MYNOTT - saddler
Mrs TURNER - tea rooms
WHITE - bootmaker
LUDERS - storekeeper

In 1905 - Christina Luders was in Standard IV at Midhirst School - while attending the concert the Luder's store was broken into and 2 was stolen (a 2010 value of $306)

In 1908 - a Miss V. Luders gave a opening piece at the annual school concert in Denbigh Road, Midhirst
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some CEMETERIES where Luders were found:

- AUCKLAND:
Leo Luders
Louis Peter Luders
Margaret Packman Luders

- HAMILTON, Waikato:
Anna Christina Luders
Claus Martin Luders
Edna May Beryl Luders
Ernest Martin Luders
Gwenneth Joy Luders
Irene Ivy Maude Luders
Trevor Maurice Luders

- PALMERSTON NORTH:
Hilda Luders
Lawrence Henry Luders

- TARANAKI:
Celilia Luders
Charles Luders
Peter Luders

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