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Looking for ANDREW WEDDERSPOON and CHRISTINA RENTON

Query by gail_cook

Andrew Wedderspoon, born about 1873, died 1943 in Otago, New Zealand.
Married to Christina Renton, born about 1867, died 1945 in Otago, New Zealand.

Looking for any information on them and their parents and so forth.

Thank you.

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on 2011-12-06 16:47:54

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by Erin_mcnaught on 2013-03-25 03:26:49

Hi my name is Erin McNaught and my Grandmother was Maud Wedderspoon I have done extensive work on the wedderspoon Family Tree. I have gone back as far as Peter Wedderspoon M Mary Lawson in the 1700's They had 7 children one being Andrew b 1792 M Margaret Barclay. They also had 7 children 1 being Andrew born 1835 M Janet Sandilands. They had 8 children 1 being Andrew b 1856 (not the same date as you have ) M Christina Renton This Andrew was my Gt Grandfathers brother.
I am guessing you come from the Elizabeth M Alex Cook line, I have probably got some interesting facts for you and would be interested in what you have also as i haven't been in contact with anyone following the same line.

by wedderspoonconnection on 2013-12-17 03:39:51

Hi Erin How exciting to find a relative at last
My name is Lynette Coutts
Andrew Wedderspoon was my great grandfather!
and Christina my great grandmother.I have a photo of their 50th wedding anniversary with relatives-your grandfather is in the photo
They had 5 children
Elizabeth(bess)
Jack (Wren)d 1977
Andrew d 1957
James(Jim)d 1964
Doris (my grandmother)d 1996 m George Carline
they had one daughter Betty (mum)she has just celebrated her 86th birthday 16/12/1927
Betty m George Thomas in 1953-I have one sister Janet
I have four sons James,Shaun,Benjamin and Tony and one grandchild Liam (2)
would love to get in contact-I live in Pirongia New Zealand

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