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McINTOSH from Larnak, Scotland to New Zealand 1840

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Alexander Sandy McINTOSH was born in Lanark, Scotland in 1799
Alexander died in Christchurch on 29 October 1881
ALEXANDER married Margaret Oliphant MacFARLANE 16 Nov 1827 St Paul's Church, Perth, Perthshire
- Margaret was born about 1803 in Findo Gask, Perthshire
the 1st of 8 known children of Henry MacFARLANE & Christina JACKSON
Margaret died in Christchurch on 19 Feb 1881 - 8 months after Alexander
- they are buried in Addington cemetery

Alexander & Margaret emigrated to New Zealand on the LONDON which sailed from London August 13 1840 - arrived in Wellington December 12 1840
- the children with them were:
* John Mcintosh aged 10
-- and triplets:
* Henry McIntosh aged 8
* Lavinia McIntosh aged 8
* Catherine McIntosh aged 8
* Margaret McIntosh aged 5
* Mary Ann McIntosh aged 3
* John Alexander McIntosh aged 9 months
... ALSO on the London
* Henry MacFarlane aged 21
Mary MacFarlane aged 29
... AND
John McIntosh aged 24
Mary McIntosh aged 20
... AND ...
* Thomas Maxwell Henderson aged 29
Catherine Henderson (nee MacFarlane) aged 32
& their Son aged 15 months who died at sea 20 Sep 1840
* see notes below for the connection between MacFarlane, McIntosh & Henderson


The children of Alexander McINTOSH & Margaret MacFARLANE:
1/ 1829 - 1830 Mary Ann McIntosh
- born in Falkirk, Scotland
MARY died aged 10 months in Scotland

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2/ 1830 - 1900 John McIntosh
- born in Falkirk, Scotland
JOHN died in Lower Hutt, New Zealand
- John married Arabella FIRTH
- Arabella was born 1839 in Mirfield, Kirkless
ARABELLA died 1884 in Lower Hutt, New Zealand
- Arabella arrived in New Zealand on the GEORGE FIFE with her parents James FIRTH & and Hannah RHODES
John and Arabella had 15 children in the Lower Hutt/Wellington areas:
... 1
1855 - 1917 George McIntosh
- born in Lower Hutt
- George married Johanna Catherine GRONNEBECK in 1883
- daughter of Joegen Lorenzen GRONNEBECK & Bodil Marie MESSEN
- they had 10 known children
GEORGE is buried in Dannevirke

... 2
1857 - 1937 Christina Jane McIntosh
- Christina married James CATTELL (1856-1934) in 1878
they had 2 known sons:
* 1879 - James Albert Cattell
* 1886 - Charles Percival Cattell

... 3
1858 - 1929 Edward Jemingham Wakefield McIntosh
- born 19 October in Lower Hutt
- Edward married Sarah Edmund 'Ada' MUDGWAY (1866-1894) in 1881
they had 7 known children:
* 1883 - Maud Elizabeth McIntosh
* 1885 - Florence Arabella McIntosh
* 1886 - Lila Gladys McIntosh
* 1887 - Edward Edmund McIntosh
* 1889 - Alice Mary mcIntosh
* 1890 - Minnie Gertrude Rose McIntosh
* 1891 - Thomas John McIntosh

... & twin brother ...
... 4
1858 - 1922 Peter James Lang McIntosh
- Peter married Deborah STANFORD (1864-1944) in 1884
they had 7 known children:
* 1885 - Nellie Mary Deborah McIntosh, born in Wellington
* 1886 - Walter James McIntosh, born in Wellington
* 1888 - Peter John McIntosh, born in Wellington
* 1896 - Doris Ada McIntosh, born in Dannevirke
* 1897 - Alexander William McIntosh, born in Dannevirke
* 1900 - Henry Transvaal McIntosh, born in Dannevirke
* 1902 - Edward Fraser McIntosh, born in Dannevirke
PETER & DEBORAH are buried in Mangatera Cemetery, Dannevirke

... 5
1869 - 1897 Alexander William McIntosh
- Alexander married Emma Rose MOORE (1863-1918) in Wellington 1881
- Emma was born in Wanganui, a daughter of Henry Moore & his 3rd wife Amelia Elizabeth HART
- they had 9 known children
* 1882 - 1961 Alexander Frederick McIntosh - born Wellington, died Palmerston North
* 1883 - 1954 Ada Amelia Rose McIntosh - born Wellington
* 1885 - 1976 Arabella McIntosh - born Wellington, died Karori
* 1888 - 1920 Lucella Winifred McIntosh - twin born Wellington, died Taumarumui
* 1888 - 1957 Percival Gordon McIntosh - twin, died Wellington
* 1890 - 1976 Walter George McIntosh - born Wellington, died Dannevirke
* 1893 - 1950 Eva Gladys McIntosh - born Dannevirke
* 1895 - 1977 Dorothy May McIntosh - born Dannevirke, died Feilding
* 1897 - 1897 Hope McIntosh - born Dannevirke
ALEXANDER & EMMA are buried in Dannevirke -

... 6
1861 - 1942 Arabella McIntosh
- Arabella married George Henry HARBROE (1854-1926) of Hobart, Tasmania in 1879
- they had 6? known children born in Wellington
* 1880 - 1942 Gertrude Grace 'Dolly' Harbroe
* 1883 - 1883 George Henry Harbroe - died aged 10 months
* 1885 - ? Gewitha Harbroe
* 1887 - ? Margaret Harbroe
* 1892 - 1975 Dorothy/Dorothea Glasgow Harbroe
* 1904 - 1959 Lorna Myrene Harbroe
ARABELLA & GEORGE are buried in Karori

... 7
1862 - 1920 Thomas Maxwell McIntosh
- born in Lower Hutt
- Thomas married Mary ann CLOUTT in 1891
- they had 5 known children
* 1891 - 1959 George Thomas Charles McIntosh
* 1894 - 1956 Eric Edward Maxwell McIntosh
* 1895 - 1912 Harold Vivian McIntosh
* 1898 - 1984 Marjory/Marjorie Rose McIntosh
* 1900 - 1900 Erl Transvaal McIntosh - died aged 8 months
THOMAS died in Greytown, Wairarapa

... 8
1864 - 1914 John McIntosh
- born in Lower Hutt
JOHN possibly married Elizabeth BROWN ??

... 9
1866 - 1937 Emma Catherine McIntosh
- Emma married Charles CUDBY in Lower Hutt in 1882
- son of John CUDBY & Janet NICOL
- they had 3 known children
* 1885 - ? Olive Florence Cudby
* 1890 - 1960 Albert Basil Cudby
* 1892 - 1892 Ernest Gwynne Cudby - died aged 2 months
EMMA died in Lower Hutt

... 10
1869 - ? Margaret McIntosh
- born in Lower Hutt
- Margaret married Daniel McCALLUM (1855-1939) in 1885
- they had 3 known children
* 1886 - Margaret McCallum
* 1888 - Mabel Myrtle McCallum
* 1908 - Gwendoline Mary Mavis McCallum

... 11
1870 - 1947 Henry Albert McIntosh
- Henry married Isabella Murray SORBIE in 1909
HENRY died in Taita

... 12
1871 - 1880 Frederick Joseph Plimmer McIntosh
FREDERICK DROWNED in the Hutt River aged 9
the COLONIST 23 March 1880 ... Frederick McIntosh, aged nine, a son of Mr John McIntosh, proprietor of the Railway Hotel, Lower Hutt, was drowned in the Hutt river on Saturday afternoon. He was standing on the bank watching the flood, when the earth suddenly gave way and precipitated him into the water

... 13
1873 - 1874 Mary Eleanor McIntosh
- born in Lower Hutt
MARY died a few months old in Lower Hutt

... 14
1875 - 1933 Maude Alice McIntosh
- Maude married George William James TASKER (1873-1910)
- son of George William TASKER & Eleanor Martha KNOWLES
GEORGE died aged 37 when their 7 children were aged from 2 to 14
- Maude remarried to Duncan Blair McINNES
MAUDE died in Wanganui

... 15
1877 - ? Alice Mary McIntosh
- nothing known about Alice

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3/ 1832 - 1906 Henry McIntosh
- a triplet with Lavinia and Catherine
- he married Edith Atkinson SPURR
- her parents were Reverend Thomas SPURR (1801-1856) & Elizabeth SINGLETON. Dismissed as a clergyman, Spurr advertised as a drawing and painting teacher before going on to become an architectural draughtsman. A position he was consequently also sacked from, this time for alcoholism, insolence and incompetence. He emigrated from Rotherham to Hobart, Australia on the 'Fortitude' in 1840
- Henry died in Christchurch & is buried with his father

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4/ 1832 - ? Lavinia McIntosh
- a triplet with Henry and Catherine
- Lavinia married James COOKE in 1853
- she married Henry BENNETT in 1863

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5/ 1832 - 1894 Catherine 'Kitty' McIntosh
- a triplet with Henry and Lavinia
- Catherine married Captain Charles August KNIGGE in 1860
from the WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT ... KNIGGE-McINTOSH - On the 23rd December, in the house of Mr John McIntosh, Welington by Rev W. Kirton, Mr Charles A. Knigge, Licensed Victualler, to Catherine, second daughter of Mr Alexander McIntosh, Lyttelton, both of Wellington
their known children (possibly others)
* 1862 - Augusta Lavinia Knigge
* 1865 - Christina Martha Knigge
1867 - On the 9th Oct, at Wellington, the wife of Mr C. A. Knigge, of a daughter
- Charles was a Publican in Wellington at some time, owning the New Zealander
DEATH of CATHERINE ... KNIGGE, August 26 1894, at "The Bungalow" Roxburgh street, Wellington, Catherine McKells, the dearly beloved wife of Charles August Knigge, aged 60 years; after a long and painful illness. Her end was peace

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6/ 1835 - ? Margaret 'Maggie' McIntosh
- born in Scotland
- she married in New Zealand to William HENDERSON (he drowned at sea)
- she next married Captain Charles 'Karl' Ernest IFWERSEN in 1863
- they had a daughter
* 1866 - Christina Ifwersen
- Christina married James William SHAND in 1889
- they had 3 known children
* 1891 - 1948 Allan Linley James Shand
* 1892 - 1965 Gipsy Avis Shand
* 1904 - 1962 Gwitha Ifweren Shand

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7/ 1837 - ? Mary Anne McIntosh
- born in Scotland
- Mary married Samuel Edward GRAHAM (1833-1918) in New Zealand in 1863

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8/ 1839 - 1899 John Alexander 'Jock' McIntosh
- born in Glasgow
- John married Sarah Frances FODEN (1859-1937) on 7 May 1879 in Timaru
- John was the lessee of the 'Winchester Hotel' in at least 1893-1894 & the "Arowhenua Hotel' in at least 1895-1897
- they had 9 known children
* 1880 - 1956 Margaret Matilda McIntosh
* 1881 - 1947 Mabel Gertrude McIntosh
* 1883 - 1944 Harold John McIntosh
* 1885 - 1967 Ethel Christina McIntosh
* 1887 - 1964 Daisy Catherine/Katherine McIntosh
* 1889 - 1949 Gordon Alexander McIntosh
* 1891 - 1987 Ellen Millicent McIntosh
* 1893 - 1967 Norman Edward McIntosh
* 1895 - 1979 Dorothy Gwendoline Frances McIntosh
JOHN died in Gisborne Hospital 23 Dec 1899

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9/ 1842 - 1902 Thomas McIntosh
- born in New Zealand
- Thomas married Janet McCLUTCHIE (1840-1890) in 1866
- he married Henrietta Elizabeth RUTTER in 1891
THOMAS died in Christchurch 19 July 1902 age 59
- he is buried PLOT 731C - BLOCK 0 at Addington cemetery

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10/ 1842 - 1933 Christina McIntosh
- Christina married Andrew Fraser McLEAN (1832-1913) in 1868
- Andrew was born in Nairside, Inverness-Shire, Scotland
they had 9 known children (possibly in Hawkes Bay)
* 1869 - 1950 William McLean
* 1871 - 1952 Margaret McLean
* 1872 - 1952 Katherine Fraser McLean
* 1875 - 1961 Annie Edith McLean
* 1877 - 1879 Christina McLean
* 1879 - 1964 Alexander McLean
* 1881 - 1974 Andrew McLean
* 1883 - ? Lily McLean
* 1888 - 1981 Lavinia McLean
ANDREW died in Gisborne

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If you can add to, or correct any of the above please leave a comment below
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NOTES
* Thomas Maxwell Henderson written 1993 by Anthony G. Flute, entitled 'Pioneers in a new Colony'. An extract follows but go to the link for more ...
- In the year 1840, the London and Provincial newspapers carried large advertisements for tradesmen and women to emigrate and settle the new fledgeling colony of the British Empire called New Zealand.
Thomas Maxwell Henderson, a blacksmith by trade, met his future wife and brother-in-laws, Henry and John Macfarlane in Perth. He was married to Catherine Macfarlane in 1834 and had a son, born in July,1839.

* After a family conference, Thomas and Catherine, John and Henry Macfarlane and their sister Ann Taylor and her husband, were to join the Brigatine LONDON at London dockyards on the 10th August, 1840, for the long and arduous voyage of 121 days to the other side of the world. The journey was to take until the 12th December to reach Port Nicholson, Wellington. Sickness on board during the voyage was unavoidable in the cramped conditions and salty basic diet. A bad bout of dysentry spread through the passengers.

* Catherine's 15 month old child became sick and the ships surgeon, Ralph Johnson, was unable to save him. He died on the 20th September and was buried at sea. This was a bitter blow to the family beginning their new adventure. The Henderson and Macfarlane families headed north for Auckland, arriving just two months before the land sales of 1841. Both families were fortunate to have capital which they had brought with them.

* The township was to be split into one acre lots, selling for 595 each.
Early in 1842, Thomas and Henry formed a partnership and bought a block of land from Dudley Sinclair. On this they built the Commercial Hotel at a cost of 2000, a very large sum of money in those days. The hotel was a good investment, catering for the numbers of immigrants coming into the colony to settle and begin a new life.
The partners also began selling merchandise, ships chandlery and provisions. In 1843 they offered bricks for sale at 1/17/- a thousand and firewood at 4/- a ton. Catherine and Thomas had another son in 1841 called George and a second son in 1843 named Henry William. Thomas Henderson became a driving force in the company of Henderson & Macfarlane and decided to buy a schooner he had seen advertised in Auckland harbour named the LUCIDAN. She became a regular trader to the Bay of Islands in the north of New Zealand

more on Henderson & Macfarlane
Henderson's Mill by Anthony G. Flute

children of Thomas Maxwell Henderson

Thomas Maxwell Henderson on facebook

Thomas's 200th birthday


PHOTO
Thomas Maxwell Henderson 1860
* arrived with the McIntosh on the London

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by gellreed on 2012-01-06 04:30:03

I'm descended from Alexander McIntosh and Margaret MacFarlane through their daughter Margaret McIntosh 1835-1906 and William Henderson who drowned at sea. No birth or death has ever been found for him. He must have died about 1860 as his widow remarried as a spinster in 1863. I guess she couldn't wait seven years for him to be declared dead. Have looked at the 'Peck of Taita site but don't know why the McIntoshes are there and there are some mistakes. Have been researching the MacFarlane and Henderson families, that is the relations of Thomas Maxwell Henderson 30/12/1810-1886. Some relatives have decided they have found William Henderson in the 1841 Scottish Census but can't tell me why he is the right one. As my grandmother was the last of 10 sibling's, grandchildren of William and Margaret, she didn't know what happened to the older ones

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