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Moran, John Alexander married to Martha Lived in in Niago NZ.

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on 2012-09-04 09:56:12

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by ngairedith on 2012-09-04 10:45:13

hi reelkiwi,

not sure what info you are looking for but I'll give you this and you can let us know if there is anything else
Did you mean Ngaio?, Wellington

John Alexander Moran was born in 1886
- the 6th of 8 children of James MORAN & Adelaide ANDERSON (1855-1940)
1877 - 1878 James George Moran
- James died aged 7 months
1879 - 1924 Charlotte Louisa Moran
- Charlotte married James SLOANE in 1905
1881 - Mary Ann Moran
- spouse not yet known
1882 - Matilda Elizabeth Moran
- Matilda married James Henton RUSSELL in 1907
1884 - 1974 George Moran
- George married Bertha HAEFT? in 1917
1886 - 1960 John Alexander Moran
- John married Martha Caroline EVANS (1895-1952) in 1920
1889 - 1960 Kate Moran
- spouse not yet known
1896 - 1971 Sarah Jane Moran
- Sarah married Oliver Arthur Alfred ELLIOTT in 1926

by reelkiwi on 2012-09-04 15:09:52

Thank you so much, John and Martha were my grandparents, I am the daughter of Mavis, we believe Mavis was really the neice of Martha. Mavis was born April 17,1919. Married James Eadie 1935 or 1936 August 12th We are not 100% sure about adoption.
Kate was my Aunt she never married. I remember my Mum receiving a letter and she
mentioned it was news that her real father passed away, early 1970's.
Your information has given me a side to my Grandfather, and my Nana's maiden name.
We never knew or were too young to remember.We have now two more families to find on my Mum's side.
Appreciate your response so very much.

by reelkiwi on 2014-01-23 09:59:14

still seeking information for my grandmother Martha Caroline Evans family. Martha was born 1895-1952, Married John Alexander Moran in 1920. Any information for
EVANS family would be appreciated as well as MORAN's extended family. Thank you.

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