SHUTKOWSKI from Gdansk, Poland to Carterton, New Zealand 1884
Peter Joseph Shutkowski was born 1851 in Gdansk
- (on the southern edge of Gdansk Bay (of the Baltic Sea) Poland)
- his parents were Peter and Kathleen SHUTKOWSKI
- he married Rosalia Christina LIPINSKI
- Rosalia was born 1846 also in Gdansk
- her parents were Francis and Catherine (nee REDMAN) Lipziski
- Peter died in Carterton, Wairarapa 10 April 1918 aged 67
- Rosalia died in Carterton 5 February 1938 aged 91
Peter & Rosalie married about 1875 and had 3 children. They then emigrated to New Zealand on board the * VICTORY which left Plymouth on the 29 March 1884 and arrived in Wellington on the 30 May 1884. They were nominated by her brother Franz Lipinski who was already settled in Carterton
- I would like the passenger list for this voyage if you have one
- It brought out 470 passengers including 370 Government assisted immigrants.
6 months after arrival in New Zealand Peter and Rosalia had another 4 children
The children of Pete and Rosalie:
1875 - 1957 Francis "Frank' Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Frank married Annie HARGREAVES in St Mary`s Catholic Church, Carterton, New Zealand on 27 June 1905
- they had 10 chidren (see 2nd comment below)
- he died 16 June 1957 aged 82
- Annie died 19 August 1953 aged 73
- They are buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton
... 26 April 1910 - An oat stack belonging to Frank Shutkowski, South Carterton, was damaged by fire this morning. It contained about seven tons and had been sold to a Wellington firm at a fair price.here was no insurance. The cause of the fire is unknown
... 13 February 1929 WEDDING, A wedding was solemnised at Carterton when Florence Catherine Gibson, of Armagh, Irelan, was married to John Shutkowski, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Frank Shutkowski of Carterton.
The bride was escorted by the bridegroom's father, and wore a lovely gown of beaded silk marocaon, with uneven hem. Her veil was held in place by a coronation crown of orange blossom. She carried a handsome bouquet of white roses, carnatins, and asparagus fern.
Miss Anastasia Rosalia Shutkowski (Carterton) and Miss Elsie Burcher (of Masterton) were bridesmaids, the former wearing a frock of bois de rose silk marocain and black crinoline hat, and carrying a bouquet of roses, carnations, and asparagus fern to tone. The latter wore a frock of peach silk marocain with black crinoline hat, and carried a lovely bouquet of dahlias to tone.
Little Mary Burcher (Masterton) was flower girl, wearing a blue frock of mariette and a head bandeau of forget-me-nots. She carried a dainty basket of flowers to tone.
Mr Clifford McPhee was best man, and Mr Francis Shutkowski groomsman.
The bridegroom's mother was in a beige frock of marocain with hat to match, and carried a posy of dahlias. The reception was held at the residence of the bridegrooms parents. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a toilet set, bride's present to the bridegroom being a set of gold sleeve-links. Each bridesmaid received a gold cross.
The future home of Mr and Mrs Shutkowski will be in Wellington. The Rev Father Keavey performed the ceremony
... SHUTOWSKI, On January 15, 1944, at Waipoi, Otago, Francis William Carroll, beloved husband of Mary Russell Shutkowski, and second son of Francis and Annie Shutkowski, 3 Grey St., Masterton, and late of Carterton; aged 30 years. R.I.P. The friends of the late Francis William Carroll Shutkowski are invited to attend his Funeral which will leave St Mary's Church, Carterton, Tomorrow (Saturday 22 Jan 1944) after Requiem Mass at 9am for the Clareville Cemetery, King's Funeral Service, Broaway, Carterton
1876 - 1930 Constance Anastasia Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Constance married Herbert GREATHEAD 16 June 1903
- Herbert was a brother of George Greathead who married her sister Francisca
- (sons of John GREATHEAD & Mary BRIGHT married 1872)
- she died 11 August 1930 aged 54
- she is buried in Clareville cemetery Carterton
- Herbert died 4 June 1938 in Greytown, Wairarapa aged 63
... CARTERTON. Yestrday, (16 June 1904)) Mr Herbert Greathead, of Gladstone, was married to Miss Shutkowski, of Carterton, and the ceremony was the first of the kind to take place in the Catholice Church in its new position
1883 - 1937 Francisca Magdalena Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Francisca married George GREATHEAD 28 Jan 1904 St Marys Catholic Church, Carterton, brother of Herbert Greathead who married her sister Constance
- she died 10 Sept 1908 of tuberculosis aged 25
- George died 29 years later on 16 Oct 1937 of tuberculosis aged 58
- They are both buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton.
1884 - 1929 John Michael "Jack" Shutkowski
- born 23 November in New Zealand
- Jack married May PAASKE 21 April 1909 in St Mary`s Catholic Church, Carterton
2 children found to date:
1909 - Walter Douglas Shutkowski
1911 - Myrtle Annie Shutkowski
- May's birth and death dates are unknown - do you know who she was?
- Jack died 2nd June 1929 aged 44
... 22 April 1909 A quiet wedding was soleminised at the residence of the bride's parents, Carterton, yesterday afternoon, when May Paaske, daughter of Mr G. J. Paaske, was married to Mr John M. Shutkowski, second son of Mr Peter Shutkowski. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Bowe, of St Mary's Church, and the young couple will reside in Carterton
1886 - 1904 Rosalia Shutkowski
- born 22 August in Carterton, Wairarapa
- Rosalia married ? GOUGH, unknown year
- she died on 18 June 1904 aged 17
- he is buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton
Do you know who her husband ? Gough was?
1894 - 1942 Joseph Shutkowski
- born in Carterton
- Joseph's marriage (if at all) details are unknown
- - do you know who he was?
1891 - Barbara Shutkowski
- born 9 January in Carterton
- Barbara died 11 August 1897 aged 5
- she is buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton
* N O T E S
24 May 1884 - WELLINGTON
... The Shaw, Saville-Albion Company's chartered steamer Victory, Capt. Elcoate, arrived here from London via Plymouth at 9 o'clock this morning. She came direct from Pymouth and the passage, which was uneventful, occupied 56 days. The Victory brings 50 steerage passengers, and 370 Government immigrants (including 117 single girls) for all ports. Two deaths occurred among married immigrants, those being Wm. Harrison aged 40, from apoplexy on 11th May, and Bathilde Pearson, aged 38, from an abscess on 24th May. Dr Miley in his report speaks highly of the attention paid to the passengers by the officers of the ship, and he states the provisions and water were in abundance and of good quality. The health and behavious of the immigrants is mentioned as having been exceptionally good. The Victory has 2000 tons of cargo for all ports. The single women were landed this afternoon, and sent to the immigration barracks
29 May 1884 - AUCKLAND NEWS
... The Auckland portion pf the Victory's immigrants arrived at Onehunga to-day. The whole of the Victory's immigrants have been engaged. One hundred were sent to the country districts
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