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SCOTLAND marriages New Zealand 1875-1927

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the known SCOTLAND marriages New Zealand 1875 - 1927

the Scotland GROOMS
Andrew Alfred Scotland
married Eliza STEPHENSON in 1875
their known children:
* 1876 - Elizabeth Scotland
* 1877 - 1879 Alice Jane Scotland (aged 15 months)
* 1884 - Thomas Carr John Scotland
* 1886 - Mary Ann Carr Scotland
* 1888 - Alexander Scotland
* 1892 - William James Carr Scotland

Henry Scotland (1821-1910)
married Mary Ann SPRIGGS (1862-1896 nee Roberts) 17 June 1889 in Auckland
the Hon Henry Scotland Henry was a member of the Legislative Council of NZ. He was born in Middlesex, England to George Scotland, a Barrister at Law & of Sarah Humphrys. He and Mary were widowed at time of marriage
he next married Margaret VENNING (1847-1916) in 1898
Henry is buried in Purewa, Auckland with both wives

Henry 'Harry' Humphrys Scotland (1889-)
1st son of Henry SCOTLAND & Mary Ann SPRIGSS
married Louise Vernan VIALOUX (1889-1924) 1911 in Balclutha, Otago
Louise died in Sydney of appendicitis & is buried in Purewa, Auckland

James William 'Will' Humphrys Scotland (1891-1963)
born in Kaipara District
2nd son of Henry SCOTLAND & Mary Ann SPRIGSS was a pioneer aviator
married Ivy Isabel STEWART in 1917
he died in Melbourne

the Scotland BRIDES
Edith Mary Scotland
married Stephen Roy NEAL in 1927

Edna May Scotland
married William Thomas NICHOLLS in 1912

Eliza Scotland
married Charles ADAMS in 1900

Elizabeth Scotland
married Donald WALKER in 1884

Elizabeth Scotland
married John CARR in 1898

Grace Alexander Scotland
married William Redmund HONEY in 1914

Jessie Scotland
married Thomas ROTHWELL in 1916

Mary Christine Scotland
married Archibald Allan THOMSON in 1899
their known children:
* 1901 - Mary Christine Scotland Thomson

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