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CHISHOLM buried Masterton, New Zealand

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CHISHOLM buried in Archer St., Masterton as at 1 Nov 2010:

* ANNIE 'Honey' Chisholm (nee HOLLEY)
4th born child of William Holley (1851-1934) & Mary Ann Lewis (1848-1920)
- married James Chisholm in 1904
- died 9 Sep 1952 aged 73
- buried Plot AC, Row 14, Area Plan IV
Annie's siblings: (more info at above link)
1872 - 1955 George Edward Holley
- married Maria Wasley (Trebilcock)
1874 - 1951 Sara Ethel Holley
- married Charles William Joshua Pierson
1876 - 1881 Emma 'Minnie' Holley
- died aged 5 in Kumara
1879 - 1952 Annie 'Honey' Holley
- married James Chisholm as above

1881 - 1961 Mary Myrtle Holley
- married Arthur William Burrell
1884 - 1909 Jane Holley
- married George Augustus Victor Pierson
1886 - 1888 James Holley
- died aged 14 months in Kumara
1889 - 1972 William John Holley
- spouse not found
1891 - 1962 Elizabeth Maude Holley
- married Charles Arthur Jolley

* ANNIE MARGARET Chisholm
daughter of James Chisholm & Annie Holley
- died 26 Sep 1932 aged 21
- buried Plot AMC, Row 15, Area Plan IV

* BARBARA CATHERINE Chisholm
daughter of Eric Walter Chisholm & Mona O'Meara
- died 5 August 1930 aged 1 week
- buried Plot BC, Row 6, Area Plan IV
Evening Post, 5 Sep 1930 DEATH CHISHOLM - On 5th September, 1930, at their residence, 83 Church street, Masterton, Barbara Catherine, dearly loved infant daughter of Mr and Mrs E. W. Chisholm

* DUNCAN WILLIAM Chisholm
son of James Chisholm & Annie Holley
- died 31 Oct 1977 aged 62
- buried Plot DWC, Row 15, Area Ex Servicemen with wife Phyllis

* ERIC WALTER Chisholm
son of Walter Edward Chisholm (1862-1957) & Emily Sarah Ann 'Em' Tustin (1871-1954)
* Walter Edward was one of 12 children of Joseph Wilson Chisholm & Elizabeth Gell
- Eric was a Banker. He served in WWI as Corporal 3/3766 with the 34th Reinforcements NZ Medical Corps. His parents were then living at 66 Waipapa Road, Hataitai, Wellington
- married Mona O'Meara in 1924
- died 1987 age 90
- buried lot EWC0 Row 6, Area Plan VIII

* IRENE MARY Chisholm
daughter of James Chisholm & Annie Holley
- died 25 August 1913 aged 6
- buried Plot IMC, Row 15, Area Plan IV
Wairarapa Daily Times, 25 Aug 1913 DEATH - CHISHOLM, At 104 Bannister St., on August 25th, 1913, Irene Mary, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas. Chisholm. Private interment

* JAMES Chisholm
2nd of 9 children of Duncan Edward Chisholm (1835-1912) & Elspet 'Elsie' Grant (1834-1904) of Milton, Otago (see photo at end)
- married Annie Holley in 1904
known children of James & Annie
1904 - 1945 Elsie Marion Chisholm
- married Donald Douglas Carswell in 1929
1907 - 1913 Irene Mary Chisholm
1911 - 1932 Annie Margaret Chisholm
1912 - 1998 Christina May Chisholm
1915 - 1977 Duncan William Chisholm
- James died 25 April 1920 aged 55
- buried Plot JC, Row 15, Area Plan IV
Manawatu Times, 25 April 1920 - KILLED BY A MOTOR-CAR
MASTERTON. James Chisholm, carpenter, a married man, aged 55, was knocked down by a motor-car this afternoon when riding a push bike. He was frightfully mutilated and died shortly afterwards
Wairarapa Age, 27 April 1920 - FUNERAL NOTICE
The Friends of Mrs James Chisholm are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her late husband, which will leave the residence, Totara Street, Lansdowne to-day (Tuesday, April 27) at 2.30p.m. for the Masterton Cemetery. G. HYDE, Funeral Director. Phones 1433, 1434

* MONA Chisholm (nee O'MEARA)
daughter of John O'Meara & Catherine 'Louisa' Eissenhardt
- married Eric Walter Chisholm in 1924
- died 30 March 1950 aged 50
- buried Plot MC, Row 6, Area Plan VIII

* PHYLLIS GERTRUDE Chisholm
- died 14 May 2001 aged 91
- buried Plot 15, Row 15, Area Ex Servicemen with husband Duncan

PHOTO
about Duncan Edward Chisholm (1835-1912)

Written in 1904 ...
MR DUNCAN EDWARD CHISHOLM, formerly Inspector of Permanent Way, New Zealand Railways, at Milton, became associated with the Public Works Department and New Zealand Railways in 1871. He was born in 1836 at Glenurquhart, in the picturesque and historic county of Inverness, in Scotland. After leaving school, Mr Chisholm was apprenticed to the trade of carpenter and joiner and worked at that calling in Scotland until 1860, when he sailed for Port Chalmers by the ship “Storm Cloud.” Shortly after arrival he settled in the Tokomairiro district, where he followed the trade of builder and miner. He was one of those who took up the second claim at Gabriel's Gully and it proved a good one. In the year 1872, he accepted an appointment with the Public Works Department and became inspector over the contract of Messrs Brogden and Sons for the construction of the Tokomairiro section. When the line was opened for traffic in 1875, he joined the New Zealand Railway Department and was appointed Inspector of Permanent Way at Milton - a position which he filled with success. About 1863, Mr Chisholm was married to Elsie, daughter of Mr James Grant, Craiggon, Granton, Inverness-shire. He has now retired from the public service, but still (1904) resides at Milton.

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by TamaraLee on 2017-11-24 07:30:41

ANNIE Chisholm (nee HOLLEY)
- died 9-9-1952 aged 73
- buried Plot AC, Row 14, Area Plan IV and

JAMES Chisholm
- maried Annie Holley in 1904
- died 25-4-1920 aged 55
- buried Plot JC, Row 15, Area Plan IV and

IRENE Mary Chisholm
- died 25-8-1913 aged 6 and

ANNIE MARGARET Chisholm
- died 26-9-1932 aged 21
- buried Plot AMC, Row 15, Area Plan IV
- buried Plot IMC, Row 15, Area Plan IV
and
PHYLLIS GERTRUDE Chisholm
- died 14-5-2001 aged 91
- buried Plot 15, Row 15, Area Ex Servicemen with husband Duncan

Are My Nana Mavis McRae nee Burrell Family :) From Nand Mums Myrtle Mary Holley side :) Awesume Thanks so much Ngarie Edith :)

by TamaraLee on 2017-11-24 07:31:46

Opps and DUNCAN WILLIAM Chisholm
- died 31-10-1977 aged 62
- buried Plot DWC, Row 15, Area Ex Servicemen with wife Phyllis too :)

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