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Hansen / Anderson/ Saward

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I have a story in my family of one of my great grandmothers sisters having lost her leg.
I have found articles in New zealand news papers including Southland Times August 28 1882. I believe this accident was her sister Christina. My grandmother was also called Christina I believe named after her.
Other articles in the NZ Papers say she died from jumping off a tram. Had her leg amputated & died 5 days later
She is buried in Eastern Cemetry Home Services A-ZCemeteriesCemetery search
Cemetery search
The website provides access to more than 55,600 records for the four Invercargill and Bluff cemeteries and the Southland Crematorium. The cemeteries and crematorium are operated by the Council's Parks Division. Information updated March 2013.

NAME CHRISTINA HANSEN AGE AT DEATH CHILD CLASSIFICATION 17 years GENERAL OCCUPATION GENDER FEMALE DATE OF DEATH LAST ADDRESS-NOTE
CEMETERY EASTERN CEMETERY UNDERTAKER BLOCK MAPVIEW PRINTABLE MAP PDF DATE OF 28-AUG-1882 CREMATION DATE BLOCK 7 PLOT92.INSCRIPTION Plot 92
No headstone

All Records for Same Plot
HANSEN CHRISTINA, Child, 1882
HANSEN HANS, Adult, 1906
HANSEN JOHANNA C C, Adult, 1908
So I was able to find her parents buried with her. I never knew their names until I found this.
I have now found that Hans Hansen had the New River Ferry & Hotel.

I would be very pleased to hear from anyone who is related to my relatives
Thanks Marj Hutchison(nee Saward)

Surnames: Hansen Anderson Saward
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on 2013-09-17 06:49:42

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