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family of JAMES JARDEN (1864-1948) - Christchurch

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on 2012-02-01 16:58:00

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by ngairedith on 2012-02-03 21:27:39

the family of Elizabeth Jane Uren who married William Matthews Jarden
... as written by tonkin 5 Oct 2010

by tonkin on 2012-02-03 22:53:04

Well done as always Ngairedith.

Hope my small contribution will also assist others.

by Samy on 2012-11-13 04:28:20

My mother was selina Catherine Rogers who married Wiremu Kingi Karaitiana.
Her parents were Benjamin Charles and Annie Elizabeth Rogers nee Smith.
I have more info on the Rogers family if you would like it

Joy

by ngairedith on 2012-11-13 04:38:37

thank you Joy,
please feel free to add any further info in the comment box
Im sure it will be a great help for other researchers

by Samy on 2012-11-14 20:50:03

The National Archives 1871 census
Simon Rogers Born 1841 Dublin Ireland
Wife Selma 30yrs (I think this should be Selina) Born Piors Lee, Shropshire
Children
Catherine 6 yrs Born Lower Sydenham Surrey
Sarah 3 yrs Born Chelmsford Essex

BDM UK
Selina Williams Baptised 24/02/1841
Monmouth St Marys Monmouthshire Wales.

by Samy on 2012-11-14 21:06:13

Simon and Selina sailed from Plymouth on 12 Oct 1875 on the Caroline (Capt Turnbull)
Arrived in Nelson NZ 14 Jan 1876.
Simon Rogers 33
Selina Rogers (Williams) 33, Catherine 10, Sarah A 7, James J 2,
Born in NZ
John Thomas born in Nelson 29/07/1876 six months after their arrival in NZ Baptised in ChCh 15//10/1876.
Benjamin Charles born in ChCh 24/09/1878 Married Annie Elizabeth Smith Sept 1901. At Holy Trinity Avonside.
Henry Williams born ChCh 29/07/1880 Baptised 16/12/1880 Married Ellen Gertrude Loveday 03/06/1904. at Sedgebrook Wanganui.
BDM UK Simon and Selina married at Camberwell Dec 1864

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