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Cotton Family of Nelson, New Zealand - BIRTHS

Journal by amber27

On 15 January 1875, at Grove Street, Nelson, the wife (Matilda nee Hodgkinson) of Charles Cotton, of a son. (Alfred Charles)

On 05 October 1877, the wife (Frances nee Hawkins) of Henry Cotton, of a son. (Charles Harold)

On 19 October 1877, the wife (Matilda) of Mr. C(harles) Cotton, of a son. (George Arthur)

On 19 July 1879 at Halifax St, the wife (Matilda) of Charles Cotton, of a son. (Frederick William)

On 07 January 1885, at The Wood, Mrs Charles Cotton,(Matilda) of a son. (Lewis Richard)

On January 20 1890 at Halifax Street, The Wood, the wife (Matilda) of Charles Cotton, of a daughter. (Ivy)

On 20 November 1880, the wife (Maria nee Jarrett) of Mr James Cotton (Jnr), of a son. (Arthur James)

On 19 November 1882 at her residence, Collingwood St, the wife (Maria) of Mr. James Cotton (Jnr), of a daughter. (Alice Maria)

On 26 January 1904, the wife (Fanny Ethel) of A(rthur James)Cotton, of a son. (Henry Charles)

On 03 July 1892, at Peel Street, Petone, the wife (Susan, nee King) of John Cotton, of a son. (George)

On 23 December 1869, at her residence, Toi-Toi Valley, Mrs (Mary Ann nee Nye) Cotton, of a son. (John Edward)

Surnames: COTTON HAWKINS HODGKINSON JARRETT KING
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by amber27 Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-05-07 03:11:24

I have been researching my family tree for over a year now & have a lot of information regarding the Climo's. So I am hoping to connect with any descendants of James and Jane as well as descendants of my 3rd-great-grandfather's family, the Popes. His name was George Whiting Pope. And lastly, I am trying to find information on my 2nd-great-grandmother's family, the Cotton's, who lived in Nelson. I have found some information which I am happy to share here and am ever hopeful that I may connect with descendants of this family also.

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by Tushay on 2013-08-03 23:33:03

Hi Amber27 I am Denise Climo and have been researching the Climo family tree, fortunately I have come across a lot of family history and photos through my father Richard Climo going back further than Elizabeth Catherine Climo & George Whiting Pope.
I have a family tree of Carolyn Cotton born in Nelson 1866 & her husband Henry Pope.
Look forward to catching up with you soon.

by amber27 on 2014-09-08 05:48:50

Hi Denise,
How is your research going?
My email address has changed if you are still interested in catching up:
amberclarke27@gmail.com

My Climo tree is huge but still searching as there are still mysteries in amongst the history, so always looking for answers! And, I'm always on the lookout for pictures & extra information - we don't have many photos sadly as the family history was always verbal, via my grandfather. He had memories of Harry and Caroline - I have managed to piece together her tree with help of Cotton relatives; but again, have hit a brick wall with her parents - I would love to find my 4th great grandparents (Cottons & Nye's).

My Pope tree has grown somewhat too - have found many ancestors going way back, from Devon.

Feel free to contact me anytime :)

Kind regards,

by amber27 on 2014-09-08 06:01:08

Hi Denise,
How is your research going?
My email address has changed if you are still interested in catching up:
amberclarke27@gmail.com

My Climo tree is huge but still searching as there are still mysteries in amongst the history, so always looking for answers! And, I'm always on the lookout for pictures & extra information - we don't have many photos sadly as the family history was always verbal, via my grandfather. He had memories of Harry and Caroline - I have managed to piece together her tree with help of Cotton relatives; but again, have hit a brick wall with her parents - I would love to find my 4th great grandparents (Cottons & Nye's).

My Pope tree has grown somewhat too - have found many ancestors going way back, from Devon.

Feel free to contact me anytime :)

Kind regards,

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