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Looking for Horan-Cunningham South Island New Zealand

Hello, i am trying to find someone who may be related or know of an Owen Horan who married Sarah Theresa Cunningham 1882 i think in Christchurch NZ or in the south Island. They had several children, Honoria Cecelia Horan who married Thomas Bosson 1916 Ch Ch, Eileen Josephine Horan who married Patrick Gallagher 1926 and Ellen who married a Foley.I can't seem to find anymore on the father Owen Horan or Sarah Cunningham. I am pretty sure Owen Horan may have come over from Ireland with his parents.Hoping someone may have them in their family somewhere,thank you.

Looking for Edith Fowler (married Petersen or Peterson) NZ

Hi, trying to find any info re Edith Fowler. She may have married a Petersen.I had information she may have come from around the Te Puke area.She had a daughter Eva Emily Petersen Cora? Rowena, and son Arthur, Gus and William. thanks.

3 comment(s), latest 3 years, 8 months ago

Looking for Florence Gertrude Abraham Wanganui

Hi, I am trying to find any information about Florence Gertrude Abraham. The only info i have is that she married Leonard Matthew Turner in 1928 Wanganui. Leonard was my Grandfather and Florence was his first wife.Leonard was born 21/3/1905 Wanganui.

Looking for Harriet Greig, NZ

Looking for any information on Harriet Greig who married Jasper Stewart 1897,Canterbury NZ.They had seven children. Jasper was married before Harriet to Esther Upritchard.Jasper and Esther were my husbands G Grandparents..Would like to know who the children were also, as they would have been related. any help much appreciated thanks.

1 comment(s), latest 4 years, 11 months ago

LAMB/CARMICHAEL.New Zealand.looking for any information

on Parents of, Joyce Isobel Carmichael,[deceased]born Te Aroha married Peter Stuart Lamb orig ?They were married and lived in Rotorua NZ.Parents were Louisa Mabel and Archibald Carmichael, Te Aroha.

13 comment(s), latest 4 years, 9 months ago