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the 14 children of Thomas ROSEWEARE & Fanny CROCOME, Oamaru, Otago 1876-1899

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Thomas ROSEVEARE (1848-1923) married Fanny CROCOME (1857-1936) on 21 AUG 1875, in Oamaru, Otago.
- Thomas was the first doctor in Otago

They settled in Waiwera South and had 14 children, 4 sons & 10 daughters:

1876 - Lionel Waldron Roseveare
- married Annie IGLIS in 1914
- Lionel died in 1958 aged 81
- in the 1922 Dunedin Electoral Roll Lionel was a Milk Vendor living at 6 Calder St, St Kilda with his wife and widowed mother in law, Janet Howie Inglis. Again in 1925
- from 1925 to 1938 he was at the same address as a Factory Hand, Janet was no longer there

1877 - Mary Florance Maud Roseveare
- married D.J.S. Robertson of Tomahawk on 9 Nov 1903 at Waiwera South
- Mary died n 1958 aged 80

1878 - Charles Joseph Roseveare
- Charles died in 1949 aged 71

1879 - Thomas Henry Roseveare
- married Lucy Jean SELLAR in 1907
- Thomas died in 1959 aged 79

1881 - Lucy Josephine Roseveare
- married William Brown ANDERSON on 29 Apr 1914 at Inchclutha
- Lucy died in 1967 aged 86

1882 - Fanny Crocome Roseveare
- Fanny died in 1882 aged 14 days

1885 - Ethel Ann Roseveare
- in 1906 Ethel was a pupil teacher at Port Chalmers District High School Otago
- in January 1908 Ethel was a successful Dunedin Candidate at the University of New Zealand in Matriculation & Solicitor's General Knowledge
- in the 1935 Dunedin Electoral Roll Ethel was a spinster living at 61 Council St with her widowed mother Fanny & sister Hilda

1887 - Muriel Jane Anderson Roseveare
- in August 1887 Muriel was involved with the annual Sunday School & Band of Hope gathering of the Waiwera Presbyterian Sunday School doing a recitation, a dialogue with Maggie EDWARDS and a quartette
- married John Bertram CHAPMAN in 1913
- Muriel died in 1939 aged 52

1888 - Bertha Evelyn Warden Roseveare
- in the 1919 Dunedin Electoral Roll Bertha was married and at 23 New St, St Kilda with her parents & siblings (possible she was obly visiting)

1889 - Harold Reginald Havelock Roseveare
- Harold served in WWI as Pivate #8/3055 with the Otago Infantry Battalion, 7th Reinforcements. He left on 9 Oct 1915
- on the Dunedin Electoral Roll of 1922 Harold was a Traveller living at 22 New St, St Kilda
- Harold died in 1959 aged 69

1892 - Hildegarde 'Hilda' Gwendolyn Lee Roseveare
- Hildagarde died in 1990 aged 98
- on the Dunedin Electoral Roll of 1922 Hilda was a spinster living at 22 New St, St Kilda
- in the 1935 Dunedin Electoral Roll Hilda was a spinster living at 61 Council St with her widowed mother Fanny & sister Elthel

1895 - Myrtle Ursula Irene Roseveare
- married James Henry DOUGLAS (1892-1951) in 1919
- Myrtle died in 1963 aged 68

1896 - Vera Dulcia Mildred Roseveare
- Vera did not marry
- she died in 1984 aged 88
- on the Dunedin Electoral Roll of 1922 Vera was a spinster living at 22 New St, St Kilda

1899 - Areta Ivy Edgecombe Roseveare
- on the Dunedin Electoral Roll of 1922 Areta was a spinster living at 22 New St, St Kilda


In January 1885 Thomas was on the committee of the Waiwera Farmers CLub

on the Dunedin Electoral Roll of 1922 Thomas & Fanny were living at 22 New St St Kilda. Thomas was a Missioner

Surnames: ANDERSON CHAPMAN CROCOME DOUGLAS ROBERTSON ROSEVEARE SELLAR
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