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David Earl Lindsay. came to NZ1856. Does any one know them

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Been stuck on this one for 15 years and no one knows

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on 2012-12-09 23:25:33

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by ngairedith on 2012-12-11 16:54:56

David Earl Lindsay arrived in New Zealand from America with William Miller. They were in partnership together:
13 June 1868 - in NAPIER
... It is hereby agreed by and between the undersigned WILLIAM MILLER and DAVID EARL LINDSAY, both of Napier, in the Province of Hawke's Bay, Builders, hitherto carrying on business in co-partnersip together, at Napier, aforesaid, under the style or firm of "Miller and Lindsay," that the said partnership shall cease, determine and be dissolved by mutual agreement, as and from the fifteenth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight
- WILLIAM MILLER & DAVID EARL LINDSAY. Witness, Joshua Cuff, Colicitor, Napier
... In reference to the above notice of dissolution of the partnership hitherto existing between us, the undersigned, it is requested that all accounts against the late firm be sent in forthwith for liquidation, and that ll monies due to the same be paid without delay, to either, whose respective receipt shall be a sufficient discharge for all moneys paid to him on account of the said firm
- DAVID EARL LINDSAY, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, Shakespeare-road, Napier
THE undersigned begs to inform his friends and the public that the business heretofore carried on by the firm of "Miller and Lindsay," will for the future be conducted by himself alone; and trusts to merit as large a share of the public patronage as has been nestowed upon the late firm. DAVID EARL LINDSAY, Napier, June 11, 1888
- THE Undersigned, William Miller, in retiring from the late firm of "Miller and Lindsay," begs to thank the public for the support received during the time they have carried on business in Napier; and trusts that a continuance of that support will be bestowed upon his late partner, David Earl Lindsay, who will for the future carry on the said business on his own behalf. WILLIAM MILLER, Napier, June 11, 1868


the ship they arrived on not yet found, but David married in New Zealand in 1856

by Tiko on 2012-12-11 19:08:27

Thank you for what you wrote but have all this as I say we have been on it for 15 years and can not crack it yet. We have all papers past in formation but have nothing for Aussie as yet . Why I say this is he would have come out at a time of poverty and he had money when he got to Wellington so we think he must have done OK at the Gold fields in Aussie but can not find any reference to him We have his married cert but is hard to read but the date could be 29th or 19th. They had to get permission to marry as she was too young . We have no information on his family back in Ayr Scotland. Thank you for this it is most appreciated

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