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George Hildebrand ALINGTON + Winifred Beatrice DUMERGUE - Ashburton

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George Hildebrand ALINGTON (1850-1905)
- 1 of 9 children (8 sons) of:
Rev John ALINGTON (1801-1883) & Charlotte Sophia BELLINGHAM

- George married
Winifred Beatrice DUMERGUE (1873-1958) in 1893

the National Library of New Zealand says:
... George Hildebrand Alington was in the Persian Gulf between 1869 and 1872, when he came out to New Zealand aboard the Crusader.
They have a watercolour on paper (176 x 253 mm) that George did c1869-1872, entitled 'Boathouses at Jask and native boats crews houses'. Jask is a port town, about 1,050 miles (1,690 km) south of Tehran, situated on the Gulf of Oman. If you go to the link there are other art works by George


the 3 known children of GEORGE & WINIFRED

... 1
1894 - 1980 Winifred Louisa Alington
- no spouse found

... 2
1895 - 1983 Hester Maud Alington
- no spouse found

... 3
1896 - 1986 Edward Hugh Alington
- Edward married Beatrice McCree Muir HAIR (1896-1982) in 1928



NOTES
he was in Methven in at least 1896

drawing by George in 1872 whilst on the Crusader, which sailed from London in October 1872 and arrived in Lyttelton in January 1873

On March 22 1898 at Halton, Lincolnshire, England, Charlotte Sophia, youngest surviving daughter of the late Sir Henry Bellingham bart, of Castle Bellingham, Ireland and widow of the late Rev john Alington, Rector of Candlesby and Croxby, Lincolshire. Aged 85. Mother of Herbert, Charles, and George Alington of this country

Surnames: ALINGTON BELLINGHAM DUMERGUE HAIR
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