wilbers has been a Family Tree Circles member since Dec 2012.
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wilbers also wrote that Jessie and Isabella both came from England
I forgot to put where they came from and i belive that you are also elated to Jessie.
John Leonard Horsey (1835-1882)
- John was from Somerset, England
he married Jessie Lily CATTO (1850-1882) in New Zealand in 1868
- Jessie was also from England
they had 2 daughters:
1870 - 1956 Leonore Isabel Horsey
- Leonore married John James PATRICK (1869-1903) in 1892 & had a son
- John James Patrick died 5 May 1903 in Outram, Dunedin, aged 34
- Leonore next married Alexander SMITH in 1909
on April 28 1909, at the manse, Hill street, Wellington, by the Rev J. Gibson Smith, Alexander, eldest son of Captain A. Smith, Jurriff, Scotland, and second officer s.s. Opawa (New Zealand Shipping Company), to Leonore Isabel Patrick, elder daughter of the late John Leonard Horsey, Bank of New South Wales, Dunedin
1871 - 1909 Constance Lily Farrant Horsey
- Constance married Charles Lambert Hamilton HAWSON (1855-1922) in 1891
on the 14 January 1891, at St Michael's Church, Christchurch, by the Rev Walter Harper, Charles Hawson, Bank of New Zealand, to Constance, the younger daughter of the late John Leonard Horsey, of Dunedin
- Constance & Charles had 3 children
John died 4 months before Jessie
DEATH - on the 19th April 1882, at his residence, Cumberland street, of heart disease, John Leonard Horsey; aged 47, late of the Bank of New South Wales, Dunedin, and late of Somerset, England
DEATH - on the 27th August 1882, at Pitt street, Jessie Lily, relict of the late John Leonard Horsey; aged 32 years
- John & Jessie are buried together in Plot 7, Block 122 at Northern Cemetery Dunedin
Thank you very much for the info. I do some of the info. Do you know what Jessie died of, if not I can get a death certificate since I live in NZ.
Thanks once again. wilbers
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