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the TALBOT on PECK of Taita

Journal by ngairedith

the TALBOT on the tree as at 13 Oct 2010

1. Talbot, Clara Emily (1868 - 1899)
- born in Motueka, Marlborough New Zealand
- married Samuel CATE 1889 in East Takaka, Nelson

2. Talbot, Elizabeth
- born in England
- daughter of Robert RUSS & Susannah GLOVER of Somerset England
- was a sister of Jonah Russ who emigrated to NZ

3. Talbot, Elizabeth (1815-?)
- born in Kingsbury, Somerset
- married Levi SATHERLEY
- son of Edmond SATHERLEY (1790-1843) & Mary READ who emigrated to NZ on the JOHN MASTERMAN in 1856 after the death of her husband

4. Talbot, Eustace Manley (1880 - 1955)
- married Jessie Evelyn Thelma SAYWELL of Greytown in 1912
- daughter of William SAYWELL & Isabel GOSLING
- granddaughter of William SAYWELL & Ann UDY
- great granddaughter of Hart UDY & Jane CLEMENCE

5. Talbot, Leslie Victor (1886 - 1964)
- married Elsie Louisa GAPPER in 1912
- daughter of Henry Edward GAPPER & Amy Goatham SAYWELL
- Leslie & Elsie are buried in Temuka

6. Talbot, Mary Jane (b.1856)
- born in Kingsbury, Somerset
- married Edmond SATHERLY in 1897

7. Talbot, Silas (b.1746)
- born in England
- partner of Jessie SATHERLY, they had Edmond Satherly (1790-1843) who married Sarah GIFFORD (1792-1813)
- he next married Mary READ who emigrated to NZ after his death

8. Talbot, Wilfred Goodman (1879-1967)
- married Annie Louisa Marian COLTMAN in New Zealand in 1910



PHOTO
HEADSTONE of Leslie Victor & Elsie Louisa Talbot
PLOT 98 - ROW 263 - BLOCK 2 - SECTION: E at Temuka Cemetery

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on 2010-10-14 04:56:27

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by juliacox on 2012-01-23 05:26:40

Thank you. I have my 4th grand father William Cocke b. Feb 11 1787-1834 married to an Elizabeth Talbot born May 8, 1792-1860. Both born in Va. They married Feb 4, 1815. I am tring to locate the marriage record for these two because I need William Cocke/Cocks's Parents. Any help would be geatly appreciated. Thank you

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