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FANSELOWs - passengers on the SKIOLD 1844 from Hamburg Germany to Marlborough New Zealand

Journal by ngairedith

The SKIOLD arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on 1st September 1844 having left Hamburg, Germany on the 21st April 1844
On board was Heinrich Ernst Joachim FANSELOW with his wife Catharina Maria and their children

Some of the Fanselow born in Marlborough were:
- (connection to the above not yet known)


(William?) Henry John Christian FANSELOW (1863-1911)
- married Mary Jane MOORE (1862-1943) in 1888 in Nelson, Marlborough
- Mary was from Tullyvare, County Tyrone, Ireland
- a grandson, Colin Fanselow (1918-1967) was possibly born in Taihape as was Gerald Fanselow (1915-1930)

Johann Heinrich Christian (John/Jack Henry Christian) FANESELOW (1871-1956)
- born 22nd September 1871 in Hope, Nelson, Marlborough
- died 6th December 1956 in Brightwater, Nelson
- married Minnie Martha HUNTER (1869-1893) in 1892, Waimea West
- married Ada Lena EDEN (1874-1930) in 1897, had 4 known children

Carl William John FANSELOW (1880-1942)
- son of Johann Hans Fredrich Hartwig & Wilhelmine Agnes Maria
FANSELOW
- married Frances Caroline REMNANT (1867-1909) in 1908

Henry Allen FANSELOW (1889-1951)
- was born in Nelson to Henry John Christian Fanselow & Mary Jane Moore (above)
- married Jannett Jack ROBERTSON (1897-1982) in 1922

William Stanley FANSELOW (1893-1972)
- son of Henry John Christina Fanselow & Mary Jane Moore (above)
- married Eileen Fisher ACKLAND (1901-1990) in 1925

John Hector FANSELOW (1907-1967)
- born in Greymouth, West Coast
- married Doris Emily Elizabeth BURROWS (1910-198) on 23 Oct 1929 in Wakefield, Nelson
- Doris was a daughter of George Emanuel INWOOD & his 2nd wife Emma Eliza BURNETT (his 1st wife was Anna Sophia Elza Margaretha BRUNNING 1856-1914)
- Doris also married William FRATER

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on 2010-07-16 00:34:26

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