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Martin ANSO + Mary Elizabeth KENDRICK - Manawatu

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Martin ANSO was born 3rd April 1868 in Abja-Paluoja, Viljandimaa, Estonia - 35km S of Viljand, USSR
MARTIN died 30 March 1940 aged 71 in Otorohanga

Martin married Mary Elizabeth KENDRICK in 1898 in Marton, Manawatu
- Mary was 1 of 16 children of William John KENDRICK & Maria Eleanor HUNT

5 April 1940 OBITUARY of Martin Anso
... The death has occurred at Otorohanga of Mr Martin Anos, aged 70, a prominent member of the Otorohanga branch of the Farmers' Union. Mr Anso had made his farm at Puketarata, a modern one, having established a fine dairying property, with a vineyard and an apiary as sideline, from what was formerly valueless country.
He is survived by his wife, four sons and two daughters (??)


MARTIN & MARY had at least 7 children:
- at Martin's death in 1940 6 survived him -

... 1
1899 - 1984 William Peter Anso
- William married Ruby Miriam MEARS (1901-1980) 22 Oct 1930
- (see comments below)


... 2
1901 - 1985 Alma Mary Anso
- nothing known


... 3
1905 - 1907 Martin Anso
MARTIN died aged 22 months


... 4
1909 - 1965 Renford Allan Anso
RENFORD died aged 57


... 5
1911 - 1980 Charles Kendrick Anso
- Charles married Una Ellen MERRIN
CHARLES died in Hamilton, his ashes were scattered Otorohanga


... 6
1912 - 1917 Beatrice Anso
BEATRICE died aged 4


... 7
1916 - 1967 Linda Anos
- Linda married Alfred PARKE

Surnames: ANSO HUNT KENDRICK MEARS MERRIN PARKE
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by ngairedith on 2012-01-21 03:22:23

big thank you to gibcam for the message:

Subject: Anso family
To: ngairedith
From: gibcam
Date: 2012-01-21 01:06:05

Hi
Saw tree on Anso family
my Grandfather was William Peter Anso

Martin Anso and Mary Kendrick had a child born 06-01-1899 in *Ohinghaiti
Died Masterton Dec 1984
Named William Peter Anso
Married Ruby Miriam Mears



* Ohingaiti, between Taihae & Hunterville is 80km north of Palmerston North

by Dean_Crump on 2012-02-08 01:07:28

Bill Anso was my Grand Father as well.
Interesting family

by lindalive on 2012-11-01 05:52:13

Linda Anso was my mother. she was the youngest child of martin and Elizabeth. She married Alfred Parke. I remember some stories about uncle Bill. i also remember that Ruby was a Romney Gypsy and read palms. I rember this because she was going to read my palm as a child after my Mothers but refused after reading my Mothers. my mother died some months later. interesting?? i have always felt that she saw it in the palm lines.

by annapalmer on 2013-04-20 04:52:17

I never had the pleasure of meeting Linda, but some of my mother's happiest childhood memories relate to Linda. My mother (who is still alive) is Daphne and she is Bill and Ruby's oldest child. My grandmother Ruby was not a Romany gypsy and would have found that description highly amusing!(Wait till I tell Mum!!)Ruby was unconventional for those times..but the truth was that she was born into a middle class Baptist family in London. Her Dad was a bank clerk.She attended morning and evening services as a child. After leaving school, she worked for the Pearl Insurance Company for 9 years.Due to her non-attendance of church she was evicted from her parents home.She eventually found her way to NZ. Hardly the background of a Romany gypsy..Good legend though!!

by annapalmer on 2013-04-20 04:56:41

I never had the pleasure of meeting Linda, but some of my mother's happiest childhood memories relate to Linda. My mother (who is still alive) is Daphne and she is Bill and Ruby's oldest child. My grandmother Ruby was not a Romany gypsy and would have found that description highly amusing!(Wait till I tell Mum!!)Ruby was unconventional for those times..but the truth was that she was born into a middle class Baptist family in London. Her Dad was a bank clerk.She attended morning and evening services as a child. After leaving school, she worked for the Pearl Insurance Company for 9 years.Due to her non-attendance of church she was evicted from her parents home.She eventually found her way to NZ. Hardly the background of a Romany gypsy..Good legend though!!

by ngairedith on 2013-04-20 06:33:38

thanks anna,

I love family legends too don't you?
I have come across quite a few in the last couple of weeks. I'm sure half of them are started by the person themselves to 'tease' grandchildren or whoever and passed down with 'a little extra' added through the years

makes for interesting research :)

by annapalmer on 2013-04-22 23:58:59

Sure does ..:))

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