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the HAZELDINE on PECK of Taita

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the HAZELDINE on the tree as at 24 Sep 2010

ALICE Hazeldine (b.1889)
- Alice married John JOHNSON in 1907


CHARLES Hazeldine (1891 - 1954)
- married Laurel Amelia STENT (1904-1983) in 1922
- daughter of James Stent & Sarah Ann Whitehead
- Laurel next married Patrick MOORE in 1930


DAVID HENRY Hazeldine (1893 - 1984)
- David married Annie BENT in 1924


JOSEPH Hazeldine (1895 - 1947)
- Joseph married Christina Campbell KERR in 1923


MARY ANN Hazeldine (1888 - 1922)
- Mary married James Henry EVANS in 1919


SOLOMON Hazeldine (1854 - 1929)
- Solomon married Eliza Ann BATES 15 Sep 1873 Peel, Little Hulton, Lancashire
Register: Marriages 1850 - 1902, Page 72, Entry 143
Source: Wigan History Shop MF1A 30/2
Solomon Hazeldine - 19, Collier, Bachelor of Tyldesley
Eliza Ann Bate - 20, Spinster of Little Hulton
Groom's Father: Thomas Hazeldine, Engineer
Bride's Father: John Bate, Underlooker
Witness: William Gorton; Sarah Ann Berry
Married by Banns by: C. P. Roberts, Incumbent

Surnames: BENT COX HAZELDINE JOHNSON KERR STENT
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on 2010-09-23 08:18:26

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by nickyiscool on 2013-01-17 23:47:32

Hi there
My grandfather was Gordon Webb Hazeldine, from Westport, New Zealand. I'm not sure of his birthday, but he died in 1974 in Christchurck, New Zealand. I can't find anything about him!Any ideas?
Nicky

by ngairedith on 2013-01-18 04:18:47

hi nicky,
Gordon Webb Hazeldine was born 18 November 1908
- the 7th of at least 8 children (7 sons) of John Thomas HAZELDINE (1873-1953) & Florence Ellen GIBBARD (1873-1936) from Bolton, Lancashire
- Gordon died 8 June 1975 aged 66

by nickyiscool on 2013-02-20 12:37:22

Thank you. Can you help me to start looking further into my family history? I really have no idea what websites are useful or how to go about it!
Nicky

by ngairedith on 2013-02-20 16:45:06

hi nicky,

if you read through this journal New Zealand Regional Archives you will find hundreds of very useful sites for every district in New Zealand, especially those at the bottom of page, eg 'Birth, Deaths, Marriages' - 'Papers Past' - 'Immigrant Ships to New Zealand'
#13 ... West Coast has a cemetery database link for Westport & surrounding districts. There are 20 Hazeldine listed there buried in Orowaiti & Waimangaroa and 3 at Hokitika

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