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" HARRIS " ANCESTRY - NGAPUHI WHANAU . NZ

Hello - This journal is part of the northland family ancestry . Many northlanders in this section from tribalpages.com -are related
thro' out NZ

Home to 79 Harris family members, 26 Anihana descendants, 16 members of the Hoani family and family histories of 87 other surnames; last updated on Mar 23 2011. this website contain 1238 relatives
Surnames
# Harris
# Anihana
# Hoani
# Paraone
# Cochrane
# Challis
# Kawiti
# Ngapera
# Lundon
# Rameka


108 Deceased Ancestors
- ANDERSON -

Anderson, John (Captain) Havelock, Born ABT 1788, Died ABT 1873 in Hokianga, Northland, NZ

- ANIHANA -

Anihana, Kereihi (Namu) Pure, Born Mar 17 1866 in Utakura, Hokianga, NZ, Died Jan 07 1953

Anihana, Moengaroa (Pore), Born Mar 27 1916 in Utakura, Hokianga, NZ, Died Jul 30 1955

Anihana, Titari (Nika) Manotau, Born ABT Mar 11 1869 in Maraeroa, Hokianga, NZ, Died Mar 27 1962

- ARAPETA OR ALBERT -

Arapeta OR Albert, William, Born Feb 02 1920 in Mangamuka, Northland, NZ, Died 1996

- BEAZLEY -

Beazley, William Henry, Born Oct 20 1820 in Wandsworth, Surrey, England, Died Mar 07 1910 in Pt Chev, Auckland, NZ

- BOYCE -

Boyce, Edward OR Alex Thompson, Born ABT 1809 in Yarmouth, UK, Died ABT 1888 in Hokianga, NZ

Boyce, Elizabeth, Born Jan 30 1844 in Purupurua, Hokianga, NZ, Died Aug 09 1921 in Epsom, Auckland, NZ

Boyce, Louisa, Born ABT 1839 in Whangaroa, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1929 in Hokianga, Northland, NZ

- BROOKS -

Brooks, Susan, Born ABT 1802 in England, Died ABT 1847

- BRUCE -

Bruce, Akinihi (Agnes), Born Jan 17 1846, Died Apr 16 1940

- CHALLIS -

Challis, Alan William, Born Aug 22 1938 in Winton, New Zealand, Died Aug 21 1986 in Auckland, New Zealand

Challis, Alfred, Born 1854, Died 1911

Challis, Alfred James, Born 1876, Died 1927

Challis, Fred Allan, Born Jul 24 1964 in Auckland, New Zealand, Died ABT Oct 2003 in Auckland, New Zealand

Challis, Percy Edward, Born ABT 1855, Died ABT 1930

Challis, Samuel Raymond, Born Jul 08 1912, Died 1987

- COCHRANE -

Cochrane, Archibald, Born ABT 1749, Died ABT 1831

Cochrane, Dennis Browne, Born ABT 1781 in County Mayo, Ireland, Died Aug 29 1877 in Rawene, hokianga, NZ

Cochrane, Erana, Born ABT 1845 in Hokianga, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1955 in Maraeroa, Hokianga, NZ

Cochrane, Thomas, Born ABT 1775, Died ABT 1860

- FAULKNER -

Faulkner, Elizabeth, Born ABT 1837 in Tauranga, NZ, Died Feb 05 1869 in Auckland, NZ

Faulkner, John Lees, Born ABT 1811 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England, Died Sep 08 1882 in Tauranga, New Zealand

- GIBSON -

Gibson, Jane Ann, Born 1888, Died 1941

- HARRIS -

Harris, Ani, Born Jul 02 1847 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died Oct 24 1884

Harris, Christopher, Born May 09 1800 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia, Died Dec 25 1879 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ

Harris, George, Born ABT 1895, Died ABT 1957

Harris, Harata, Born May 25 1849 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died Aug 31 1935

Harris, Hone Parahoi, Born Jul 04 1837 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1923

Harris, Werahiko (Nui), Born Oct 24 1846 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died Oct 08 1911 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ

- HEITIKI OR TIHI -

Heitiki OR Tihi, N/A, Born , Died ABT Mar 1828

- HENNESY -

Hennesy, Ellen, Born ABT 1795 in Ballybricken, Limerick, Ireland, Died Jul 09 1864 in Auckland, NZ

- HEREWAKA -

Herewaka, Te Kane OR Ada, Born Aug 01 1883, Died Jun 04 1959

Herewaka, Te Rata, Born Jan 14 1860 in Mangamuka, Hokianga, NZ, Died May 18 1915

- HIKA -

Hika, Hongi, Born 1772 in Kaikohe, Northland, NZ, Died 1828 in Whangaroa, Northland, NZ

- HOANI -

Hoani, David Walter, Born ABT 1924 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died May 16 1942 in Egypt

Hoani, Makareta Rora, Born Oct 25 1893 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died Jan 1960

Hoani, Margareta, Born ABT 1930, Died ABT 2010

Hoani, Winifred, Born Aug 27 1910, Died 1990

- HOUSTON -

Houston, Mary Ann, Born 1858, Died 1934

- KAWAU -

Kawau, Apihai Te, Born ABT 1790, Died ABT Nov 1869 in Ongarahu, Kaipara, NZ

- KAWITI -

Kawiti, Hoterene, Born , Died ABT 1910

Kawiti, Te Riri Maihi, Born ABT 1877 in Waiomio, BOI, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1964

- LUNDON -

Lundon, David, Born ABT 1766 in Goat Island, Limerick, Ireland, Died in Sydney, Australia

Lundon, George, Born ABT 1884 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand, Died Sep 06 1965 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand

Lundon, Harry, Born ABT 1880 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand, Died ABT 1909 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand

Lundon, John, Born Jul 04 1829 in Ballybricken, Limerick, Ireland, Died Feb 07 1899 in Auckland, NZ

Lundon, Mary, Born ABT 1877 in NZ, Died Dec 06 1918 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand

Lundon, Matthew, Born ABT 1881 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand, Died Feb 05 1940 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand

Lundon, Patrick, Born ABT 1792 in Goat Island, Limerick, Ireland, Died May 08 1867 in Auckland, NZ

Lundon, William, Born ABT 1879 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand, Died Dec 04 1918 in Motukaraka, Northland, New Zealand

- MAIOHA -

Maioha, Hamiora, Born Sep 21 1888 in Waimamaku, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1963

- MARMON -

Marmon, John (Jacky), Born ABT 1800 in Sydney, Australia, Died Sep 03 1880 in Rawhia, hokianga, NZ

- MCNAUGHT -

McNaught, Phyllis Mary, Born Mar 17 1908, Died 1993

- MOETARA -

Moetara, N/A, Born , Died ABT 1838

- MUKAI -

Mukai, Iritana Paenga, Born ABT 1839 in Taranaki, NZ, Died ABT 1919 in Taranaki, NZ

- MURIWAI -

Muriwai, Pereene Hepehi, Born ABT 1840 in Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1918 in NZ

- NEPIA TE MORENGA -

Nepia Te Morenga, N/A, Born ABT 1760, Died ABT 1834 in Whangaruru, Northland, NZ

- NGA KAHU WHERO OR HEREPAENGA -

Nga Kahu Whero OR Herepaenga, N/A, Born ABT 1800 in Waihou, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1836

- NGAHUIA -

Ngahuia, N/A, Born ABT 1818, Died ABT 1884

- PAIRAMA -

Pairama, Taati, Born Jan 11 1876 in Utakura, Hokianga, NZ, Died Jan 03 1962

- PAPA III -

Papa III, N/A, Born , Died 1822 in Rotorua, NZ

- PAPAHIA -

Papahia, Hone Tana, Born ABT 1856 in Orongotea, Hokianga, NZ, Died Feb 09 1912

- PARAONE -

Paraone, Kereihi, Born , Died in Kaikohe, Bay Of Islands, NZ

Paraone, Maihi Kawiti, Born ABT 1807 in Waiomio, BOI, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1889

Paraone, Nui, Born , Died ABT 1937

- PATUONE -

Patuone, Eruera Maihi, Born ABT 1770, Died ABT 1872

- PI -

Pi, Arama Karaka, Born , Died ABT 1837

- POKAI -

Pokai, Hone Heke, Born , Died Aug 06 1850

- POKAIA -

Pokaia, N/A, Born , Died ABT 1807 in Moremonui, Northland, NZ

- POMARE I OR WHETOI -

Pomare I OR Whetoi, N/A, Born , Died ABT Jun 1826

- POMARE II OR WHIRIA/WHETOI -

Pomare II OR Whiria/Whetoi, N/A, Born ABT 1775, Died ABT 1850

- RAMEKA -

Rameka, Hone, Born Oct 07 1916 in Rawene, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1946

Rameka, Hone Tamati, Born Nov 20 1858 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died Oct 04 1949

Rameka, Wiremu Tamati, Born Dec 18 1913 in Motukaraka, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1981

- RATA -

Rata, Jerry, Born Dec 20 1895, Died Jun 20 1918 in England (WW1)

- REWA -

Rewa, N/A, Born , Died Aug 1862

- RIKIHANA -

Rikihana, Wiremu, Born 1851 in Kaiawe, North Hokianga, NZ, Died 1933

- ROBINSON -

Robinson, James, Born Nov 12 1860 in Waihou, Hokianga, NZ, Died Dec 19 1935 in Manaia, Waimate West, NZ

- RUAWAHINE (ELIZABETH) -

Ruawahine (Elizabeth), N/A, Born ABT 1822 in Tauranga, NZ, Died Sep 24 1855

- SHELFORD -

Shelford, Edward, Born ABT 1792 in England, Died ABT 1867

Shelford, Maraea, Born Feb 10 1865 in Waihou, Hokianga, NZ, Died Aug 16 1948 in Manaia, Waimate West, NZ

Shelford, Oliver Edward, Born Jan 06 1837 in Great Chesterford, Essex , England, Died Apr 22 1906 in Rawene, Hokianga, NZ

- SHORTLAND -

Shortland, Dr Edward, Born ABT 1812, Died ABT Jul 02 1893 in Plymouth, England

Shortland, Lt.John Jnr, Born 1769, Died 1810

Shortland, Lt.Thomas George, Born 1771, Died 1827

Shortland, Willoughby, Born Sep 30 1804 in Plymouth, Devonshire, England, Died Oct 07 1869 in Devonshire, England

- SMITH -

Smith, Rihan, Born ABT 1843 in Kohukohu, Hokianga, NZ, Died Apr 1922 in Kohukohu, Hokianga, NZ

- TAKURUA -

Takurua, Ahenata, Born , Died ABT 1880

- TAONUI -

Taonui, Makoare, Born ABT 1796 in Rawene, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1862

- TAPUA -

Tapua, N/A, Born ABT 1730, Died ABT 1800

- TARA -

Tara, N/A, Born , Died ABT Nov 1818

- TARUTARU -

Tarutaru, N/A, Born ABT 1752 in Pukepoto, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1826

- TAWHAI -

Tawhai, Hone Mohi, Born 1828, Died 1894

Tawhai, Kereama, Born 1864, Died 1885

- TE HAUNUI -

Te Haunui, N/A, Born , Died ABT 1808

- TE MAOI -

Te Maoi, N/A, Born , Died 1807 in Moremonui, Northland, NZ

- TE TAI -

Te Tai, Ihaka Hakuene, Born ABT 1840 in Rawhiti, BOI, NZ, Died ABT 1887

- TE TAO -

Te Tao, N/A, Born , Died ABT 1805 in Kaihu, Northland, NZ

- TE WERA HAURAKI -

Te Wera Hauraki, N/A, Born , Died ABT 1839

- TOHU -

Tohu, Harry, Born , Died in Auckland, NZ

Tohu, Takora, Born Aug 23 1913 in Utakura, Hokianga, NZ, Died 1992

Tohu, Tera, Born ABT 1897 in Utakura, Hokianga, NZ, Died ABT 1918

- TUHAERE -

Tuhaere, Paora, Born ABT 1825, Died Mar 12 1892 in Orakei, Auckland, NZ

- UNKNOWN -

UNKNOWN, Ann, Born in Goat Island, Limerick, Ireland, Died in Sydney, Australia

- WARE -

Ware, Charlotte, Born ABT 1862 in England, Died Feb 18 1839 in Campbelltown, NSW, Australia

- WHEOKI -

Wheoki, Mane, Born ABT 1846, Died ABT 1933

- WITEHIRA -

Witehira, Hemi Whautere, Born Aug 17 1881 in Kaikohe, Northland, NZ, Died ABT 1965

Till we meet again - Regards -edmondsallan

3 comment(s), latest 1 year, 11 months ago

" JOHN BELL " OF MANA ISLAND NZ

John Bell family
Arrived: 1833
HELLO - Some journals have sad endings

John Bell

Country of origin:
Area in New Zealand: Mana Island
Source:Old Whaling days. Friends of Mana Island website.

Details: Old Whaling days. On the 30th of March 1833, John Bell left Sydney to settle at Mana Island. He brought with him sheep and cattle. In 1834, a writer to the Sydney Herald reported that 'The anchorage is safe at all times; wood and water are both good and plentiful, and fresh beef, mutton, lamb, and pork, with rabbits, poultry, and vegetables may be procured at Mr. Bell's establishment on reasonable terms.'

Friends of Mana Island website. Mr and Mrs Bell arrived with 9 year old Johnny Knochs, an Australian born of German descent, aboard the whaling barque "Caroline". The Bells were known to be alcoholics and, hoping to dry out and get a new start, shifted from Sydney to manage and develop the farm John had set up two years earlier.
John died and the farm was purchased by Frederick Patterson of Sydney. Mrs Bell became one of Te Rangihaeata's wives and was taken to live at one of his mainland Pa's. There she was treated as a slave.

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

1 comment(s), latest 3 years, 4 months ago

" LEWIS ACKER " FAMILY OTAGO .NZ

HELLO . Another of our earlier pioneers

Acker family
Lewis Acker and 1) Mary Pi (Pui) 2) Jane Stuart

Arrived: 1830
Country of origin: USA
Area in New Zealand:Foveaux Strait
Source: 'They came by Sea', My Ancestors's Story.

Details: Lewis arrived on a whaler out of Sydney determined to settle after seeing the place on his previous working journeys as a sailor. He built a stone house which earned the name 'Acker's Castle'. He married twice, firstly to Mary Pi, and had nine children, secondly to Jane Stuart, by whom he had 5 more children
Obituary
Another Old Identity Gone In the person of Lewis Ackers one of the oldest residents of the district has passed away. Mr Ackers came to this part of the world so long ago as 1835, and for a considerable time was settled at the Bluff, where he followed the avocation of a whaler. From thence he removed to Stewart Island, and subsequently moved again to the Otatara Peninsula, where for many years he pursued a mixture of occupations, partly nautical, partly agricultural, and latterly joining to these the sawmilling industry. For a while he lived with his family on the spit or strip of land between the New River and the ocean, where he had the honour of being the first victim to the rabbit pest. It was upon his land the rabbits were first turned on; and it was not long before they had so completely cleared the soil of vegetation that the sand was let loose and soon drifted over in such clouds that his homestead was buried, and he had to leave. Deceased at one time acted as pilot and harbourmaster of the New River, but for many years he has lived in retirement at his farm. He was a capital specimen of a pioneer settler, and only a short time since was seriously thinking of migrating to some other country where he could enjoy more freedom. A thickly settled district was distasteful to him, and the fact that lately he could not ride half a mile without coming to a fence vexed him sorely. He has had a numerous family, and was much attached to his children. About three years ago he lost two of them a son and his youngest daughter by a boat accident near his own settlement, and he never thoroughly recovered from the shock, His funeral takes place to-morrow, and no doubt many of the residents will pay a last tribute of respect to the old pioneer by following his remains to the Eastern Cemetery.

Till we meet again -Regards -edmondsallan


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1 comment(s), latest 3 years, 4 months ago

" LOOKING FOR INFO' MARY MOONEY - IRELAND= ( LEER ) 19/5/2011

The Irish records have always been difficult to research. Out of my research a came up with a list of ( 25 ) either with Patrick Mooney or Mary Mooney listed . I have come up with only one item that may increase your knowledge on the family . I sense it is correct . I have no proof that it is . ( 3 )items as follows

( a ) Mary "Ann " <-- Mooney 17th april 1875

(b ) Place -??? Antrim <-- Ireland

( c ) Mother --> " Margaret Killion" <--

Not much assistance , just a little with possibilities - I did avery detailed search for her father , Can find 100's but no proof on any details . The possible mother - Out of a list of ( 35 ) just this one which was all together on Familysearch .org- IGI - No 15 - nearly 1/2 way first page . Once again I could not find any back up . Sorry . wish my research results could be better - keep trying - the info must be somewhere - Till we meet again -Regards -edmondsallan

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

" MATAATUA " CANOE - ( CAPTAIN - " TOROA " )

edmondsallan - Good Morning - I was answering a question in a journal , in regards to the " Tuhoe ' people. I thought that others may be interested to learn about another one of our original settlers .

When the " Mataatua " canoe arrived at the Bay of Plenty , near the mouth of the Whakatane River , they found another tribe already there. The " Te - Hapu " The captain of the canoe was " Toroa ".
Among the crew were - His 1/2 brother who was a Tohunga, his younger brother - " Puhi " HIs sister - " Muriwai "- His son " Ruaihona "
and daughter " Waikara " Also established there were the
" Ngai Turanga " The new arrivals and their decendants married into these older established tribes. After several generations they moved inward following the Whakatane River to its head -land basin near
" Ruatoki" This Tribe became the " Tuhoe " peoples as we know today . " Tuhoe " was the Grandson of " Toroa " . He married " Paewhiti " Who was part Ngai Turanga & part " Mataatua " descent . With " Tuhoe " were his two ( 2 ) elder brothers - " Ue-imua and Tanemoeahi " and sister - " Uneuku - rauri " These people were the originals of the "Tuhoe " tribe to settle in the area now known as Tuhoe in the Te Urewera National Park .
" Tuhoe " - m - " Potiki " and occupied the Main Pa and "Tanemoeahi"
the " Te Putiki Pa and "Oe-imua " resided at the " Kaka- Tarahae Pa
After a while squabbling & fighting broke out among themselves Even after they had been fighting some of the European invaders . In the tribal fighting among themselves. _ " Ue-imua" threatened to kill " Tuhoe " and eat his heart . They fought and " Tuhoe " won and eat " Ue - imua's " heart and in doing so, aquired the " Mana " of his Elder Brother . Eventually ,tired of fighting , " Tuhoe & Potiki " travelled northward and lived for a time at " Ngongtaha " Rotorua near a spring which was called " Te -Puna -a-Tuhoe " today known as
" Fairy Springs ". Later on " Tuhoe " shifted to " Kawhia " on the west coast and I believe that is where he died . - Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

" NOLE COLE WALKER -JR " ANCESTRY - TEXAS

Good morning to all members . - " Old Faithful " has just finished sorting out the info gathered on our Arizona & Texas webhop trip the other day . This journal is on the " WALKER'S ' of Texas . Not all is Proven I think it is about ( 94 % )correct . Most of the records have back up documents . Census / BNM records ( some from " Uni' Libraries and county Libraries ) We are re-reliant on others entering the correct data and some I can't find the back up needed .

WE start at " Nole Cole Walker - Jr " Parents

CENSUS- 1880

- J.W. Walker -b- 1865- Texas ( age 21 )-m- 9th Feb 1886 Harrison TX
- Frances Ross -b- 1867- Texas ( age 19 )
( Her mother was " Mary Ross " -b- 1825- Montana )

- J.W. Walker -b-25th Dec -1847 -d- 4th July 1862 - Grimes Texas USA
Eliza A Polvadore -b-1845 - m- 26th Dec 1860 San Augustine Texas "

( her parents were -
-Father- Jean-Baptiste( M )- b- 14th May 1799-d-1860 -Carmel Texas "
-Mother- ( 2nd M ) Mary Anthony - B-( ? )m-2nd Dec 1845 Nacogoche TX
- 1st M- Maria L B Santos de Los Coy (b - ? ) m- 27th Sept 1824 TX
( her G parents )
G Father -Jean Francois Palvados ( No details - not proven )
G Mother -Eleonore ( M ) Tessier ( proven )

-Jesse W.Walker -b- 1805( ? )-South Caroline -d- 1849-
-Cythia East - b- 1805 - Grimes- Texas

- Peter Walker -b 1760 -South Carolina -USA - d- 1880 Alabama USA
-M-25th Nov 1785-Lincoln-Kentucky( proven-m-KY Uni'Ancestry Records)
- Barbra Ferguson -b-1761- South Carolina -d- 1860
Children ( ( 9 ) in order of age

-Samuel -b- 1794 - South Carolina -USA
-d- 7th May 1848 ( where -?? )

-Thomas -b- 1795 - "" " -d- 1850 < -( ? not proven )

-Joseph Henry - b- 1796- " " -d- 1850 " ( " " )

-Jenet -b- 1798- " "-d- 1919 ( " " )

-Mary -b- 1804 " " -d- 1924 ( " " )

-Charles -b-1806 - Tennesse - -d- 1926 ( " " )

-Henderson-b-1808 -Alabama - -d- 1928 ( " " )

-William -b- 1810 "" " -d- 1859 ( proven )

-Hester -b- 1812 " " -d- 1932 ( ? Not proven )

Note - ** V
You can go back further to about 1650 AD - The ancestry trail is a bit broken but it is their
- Till we meet again - Regards -edmondsallan

15 comment(s), latest 3 years, 4 months ago

" PENNSYLVANIA " FAMILIES IN AMERICA

Most of these family histories cover many Pennsylvania counties as they follow the family as they resettle into different parts of Pennsylvania and other states.

Adams, Charles
Barton, Isaac
Beeber, John
Bell, G. Franklin
Bly, David
Bodine, Dewitt
Bowman, Benjamin
Bowman, Benjamin C.
Bowman, Francis
Bowman, James
Bubb, Harry
Bubb, Nathaniel
Burrows Family
Burrows, John
Burrows, Sabin
Carpenter, William
Castlebury, Frank
Collins, Emerson
Coryell Family
Croll, George
Decker, William
Deemer Family
Evans, Charles Jr.
Evenden, George
Flanagan, Patrick
Foresman, Henry
Foresman, Seth
Gilmore, Walter
Gleim, Charles
Gray, Rev. Edward
Green, Henry
Haines, William
Hermance, Albert
Howard, William
Humes, Hamilton
Humes, Samuel
Hunt, John
Jackson, Anthony
Johnson, Henry
Kiess, William
Koch, August
Krause, James
Laedlein, John
Lose, Charles
Maitland, Isaac
Mansel, James
McCormick, Henry
McCormick, Horace
Metzger, George
Miller, Fred
Mosser, Henry
Munson, C. Larue
Mussina, Joseph
Neff, Jacob
Niemeyer, Adolph
Nutt, George
Perley, Allen
Reading Family
Riddell, William
Schnee, Harry
Schneider Family
Shiffler, Aaron
Sproat Family
Sprout, Charles
Sprout, Clarence
Sprout, Lewis
Sprout, Morton
Stearns, Laten
Taylor, Edward
Tinsman, Garret
Ulmer, Levi
Waldron, John
White Family
Williams, Samuel
Winter, John
Wolfe, Charles

Till we meet again -Regards - edmondsallan

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

" POMAVILLE "

To assist our member I have repeated this Journal I hope this will assist in his new enquiry

BRAULT & POMAVILLE ANCESTRY

Good morning to Members and -mmoran ( Michael F Moran ,) who originally asked for assistance / Quote ' Can any one tell me as to where to look for information in Montreal Quebec. ' unquote -- > 2-04-2011

This morning I was web-hopping with my " Old Faithful and the " Young un' " Our main search was for a another very old name along a very old ancestral trail ( sort of where they stopped for a while -set up the BBQ- made a cuppa - sorted themselves out before having another go - My work mate as usual was going over the material , sorting what to keep for me while me and the " young un " kept feeding her . ( a task she is one of the best at ) Suddenly she Bleeped very loud several times ( thats how she talks to me )Just like learning sign language for the deaf , instead she uses Beeping
This what we have found in answer to your original Query .

First the name - If you are going to do more research on the name
" Pomaville " Here are the other names from and direct from the same ancestry - Back to ( 1610 AD ) It goes back further but lacks prove.
The following is ( 98 % ) proven . one or two details were a bit dicey but although not proven by documntation do line up with the other Info. Ok michael lets get underway .
If you are going to Michigan , go to the ST Patrick Cemetry in Bay City < Michigan . Charles Pomaville is buried their ( along with some others ) He was born on 3rd May 1825 =- D- 25th March 1904 ( 79 yrs )
at Essexville, Michigan .He was the son of Joseph Pomaville and Sussana Rivard . I will mention them later in your family tree that turned up
At this stage you will need to grasp the =change in the Surname from ( 1610 ) to the Present day . the names
Pomaville,Pominville ,Pomainville and right thro the main other name ,( original ) which are in greater number in the states by far .
They are - Brault , Breault , Breau . -- To save time and other deversifing we will deal with only the Two main Ones --> " Pomaville " & " Brault " ** = " Brault " being the ancestral & original name- proven beyond -( 1610 ) Where are they you may well ask , outside of Michigan.--> Ontario , New England ,Florida , Georgia , Columbia , Minnisota, - . France has huge numbers Some came from Palero and two other places in Italy including Naples .Their is also a very good website to use with more on the Brault ancestry . Go to Robert.brault @ gens .csaffluent.qc.ca.Has an excellent proven record . I have also shown you the other way as well
I did not find the link to France . so that part is unproven. To save many false ancetry trails - You will need to use the Two main names together especially in the States and Canada in Europe their some using it jointly as you will see but mainly " Braun "-
Part ( Direct ) of your family tree is as follows ' Your father

- Alexander Pomaville -b-12th Feb 1929-d -23rd march 1992 Michigan
( he may even be buried in St Patrick's cemetry ) I didn't look .
- Mother - Francse p. Beine ( I did not research her side )

-G Father -Victor Pomaville -b-1904 -d-( ? )-m-( 21 ) 1925- Michigan
-G Mother - Christina Wishart-b-1906 -Scotland-m-( 19 ) ''
-inlaws - Charles Wishart m Catherine McQuillan _ Scotland
( the Wisharts arrived via Ellis island New York in Sept 1907- then travelled to Michigan to settle in Detroit.

-GG Father - David Pomaville ( see Document )-b-1879
-GG Mother - Elisabeth Smith -b-1880 )m @ ( 18 )= 1st wife
- Victoria F ( ? )-b-1879

This is the info in the 1860 Michigan, Macomb Cty, Harrison Twp Census:
Pomaville, Maxim, age 66
Susan, age 32

However In the 1850 Michigan, Macomb Cty, Harrison Twp Census:
Pomerville, Joseph, age 50
Susan, age 55
Maxine, age 21 sex: male
Richard, age 20
Juliane, age 15

I think what happened is that in the 1860 Census, the ages of Susan and Maxim were switched. Susan, age 55 in 1850, would be age 65\66 in 1860. Maxim (Maxine), age 21 in 1850, would be age 31\32 in 1860. Joseph, Maxim's father, probably died before the 1860 Census and Maxim could have inherited the land, making him the head of the household.

Further evidence is in the 1870 Census (same area) Maxim Pumaville is now age 42, and is married to Mary, age 20. Also listed is son John, age 2 and daughter Angel, 10 months.

in the 1880 Census, Maxeime (Thank God for soundex) Pumaville is now age 53, Mary is 30, John is 12, Angelline is 10 and other children are: Henry, age 5, Mary, age 4 and David age 1.

I happen to be researching this family as well, as I descend from a possible brother of Maxim's, Joseph, Jr. So far I have found the following spellings for the surname: Pomainville, Pommanville, Pomanville, Pomaville, Pomerville, Pomavilla,
Pommaville, Pomneville, Pomarille, Pomaritle, Pominville, Pumerville, Pumaville, and Puminville.

From the 1850 Census, Maxim's father appears to be Joseph Pominville of the Pomainville dit Breault family from Quebec.** ( note the name change- Michael ) just the start - look at this - haven't started on the " Brault's yet
Surnames: Pomaville, Pomainville, Pommanville, Pomanville, Pomaville, Pomerville, Pomavilla, Pommaville, Pomneville, Pomarille, Pomaritle, Pominville, Pumerville, Pumaville, Puminville
I think I may have a clue as to why info on Maxim born about 1796
is scarce . This is the info in the 1860 Michigan, Macomb Cty, Harrison Twp Census:
Pomaville, Maxim, age 66
Susan, age 32

However In the 1850 Michigan, Macomb Cty, Harrison Twp Census:
Pomerville, Joseph, age 50
Susan, age 55
Maxine, age 21 sex: male
Richard, age 20
Juliane, age 15

I think what happened is that in the 1860 Census, the ages of Susan and Maxim were switched. Susan, age 55 in 1850, would be age 65\66 in 1860. Maxim (Maxine), age 21 in 1850, would be age 31\32 in 1860. Joseph, Maxim's father, probably died before the 1860 Census and Maxim could have inherited the land, making him the head of the household.

Further evidence is in the 1870 Census (same area) Maxim Pumaville is now age 42, and is married to Mary, age 20. Also listed is son John, age 2 and daughter Angel, 10 months.

in the 1880 Census, Maxeime (Thank God for soundex) Pumaville is now age 53, Mary is 30, John is 12, Angelline is 10 and other children are: Henry, age 5, Mary, age 4 and David age 1.

I happen to be researching this family as well, as I descend from a possible brother of Maxim's, Joseph, Jr. So far I have found the following spellings for the surname: Pomainville, Pommanville, Pomanville, Pomaville, Pomerville, Pomavilla,
Pommaville, Pomneville, Pomarille, Pomaritle, Pominville, Pumerville, Pumaville, and Puminville.

From the 1850 Census, Maxim's father appears to be Joseph Pominville of the Pomainville dit Breault family from Quebec.

Patience Michael its a long ancestry trail we are following

Surnames: Pominville, Pomainville, Brault, Chauvin, Boyer, Bourdeau, Levitre, Caron, Perthuis, Brunet, Bourbonnais, Beauvais, DeCheuronville, DeChevrainville, DeChevronville, Lafontaine, Rivard, Saucier, Tremblay, Rault, Rheau, Dubois, Lavigne, Trottier, Sedilot
John, this is the abbreviated info I have on their lines: (dates and name spellings vary by sources and translation)

1. Joseph b. May 11, 1791 s/o Joseph Brault dit Pominville and Louise Chauvin d/o Charles and Marie Louise Boyer

2. Joseph b. abt 1756 s/o Jean Baptiste Brault dit Pomainville and Marie Veronique Bourdeau d/o Pierre and Marie Anne Levitre

3. Jean Baptiste b. January 24 1725/26 s/o Jean Baptiste Brault dit Pomainville and Marie Caron d/o Vital and Marie Perthuis

4. Jean Baptiste b. July 20, 1699 s/o Georges Brault dit Pomainville and Barbe Brunet dit Bourbonnais d/o Francois and Barbe Beauvais

5. Georges b. March 1667/68 in Quebec s/o Henri Brault dit Pomainville and Claude DeCheuronville (DeChevrainville,DeChevronville?) dit Lafontaine (both Henri and Claude born in France) We are coming to this .
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1. Susanne b. March 23, 1795 d/o Charles Rivard and Archange Saucier d/o Joseph-Marie and Marie Genevieve Tremblay (Tremble?)

2. Charles b. September 11, 1764 s/o Jean Baptiste Rivard and Marie Catherine Yax d/o Michel (Michael?) and Catherine Herbinne (Michel and Catherine born in Germany)

3. Jean Baptiste b. November 21,1729 s/o Nicolas Rivard and Marie Josephte Rault (Rheau?) d/o Joseph Francois Rault (Rheau) and Francoise Duboise (DuBois?)

4. Nicolas b. July 24, 1686 s/o Nicolas Rivard dit Lavigne and Elisabeth Blanchet Trottier d/o Julien Trottier and Marie Sedilot

5. Nicolas b. February 1, 1654 in Quebec s/o Nicolas Rivard dit Lavigne and Catherine Isabella de St. Pere (both born in France)

" On we go !!! " To " Henry Brault -b-1640 - Charente ( near Bordeaux) near the west coast of France - in fact they lived by the Charente River nearest to The city of Bordeaux --About 20 Klms away )
Also note name change .Henry was the first of the ancestors in your direct line to Sail from _ Bordeaux in France to
Montreal and then onto Michigan , united states .Let us have a good look at " Henry Brault ##### " Hang on minute michael - " Old Faithfully " says can we stop and have a cuppa before we go on . I said to Her " Computers Don't Drink Tea !!! " she just said " Ok Boss -- I forgot " = Where were we . right -not far to go .

Henry Brault Pomainville- b-1640- Clarente - France - d- 22nd Jan.Quebec city ( see the joint name )-Spouse Canada
-Claude De Cheuraineville -b-1646- d-22nd Jan 1691 -m- 12th Aug 1665
Children - ( 12 )as follows
-Jacques b- 30th Sept 1666-d-5th Sept 1700 Quebec City - Quebec
-Georges Brault - Pominvill <-- see Name ) -b -8 April 1668' "
-Anne b- 8th May 1669 -d-Sept 1700 Quebec City Quebec
-Eitenne b- 15th May 1671 -d 27th Oct 1738 ' '
-Jean Baptiste-b-24th June 1673 -d-27th Jan 1760 Montreal
-Joseph b- 23 rd Aug 1675 -d-18th Oct 1721 Quebec City
-Henry b- 5th Jan 1678 -d-27thFeb 1678 -buried Notre Dame"
-Marie Agnes b-28th Jan 1679 -d-1681 - Buried Notre Dame Quebec
-Louis b-25th Feb 1681 - ( no other details available )
-Pierre Pomainville Brault -b-1683 - Quebec ( "" " )
-Geneieve b-10th Aug -1685 ( " " " )
-Charles b-13th Feb -1690 -d-9th May 1691 Quebec

- Last but not Least- Last documentation that is proven

-Jean Brault ( Henry's Parent )-b-1610 -La Roche France -m- 1630 -
Suzanne Joneseaume -b-1620 ( could not prove other details -

It may not have answered your question Properely , But it may assist you a little . Their is more - Families of families etc and some history . However I have done this journal in France to assist you ,and research . My own personal research in Rennie is also completed and I am heading to the swiss/ German Border to try and find some answers on a another family . I am deactivated from answering any comments officially and I have also volunteered to answer no comments for four ( 4 ) months - Private messages are being passed on .The difficulty in your particular Ancestry is the Name changing and trying to link up to the Brault Line which is the same family , and larger by far in numbers . Glad to know you got home safely from Vet Nam I had two ancesters that have not come back and left their families to make their way in this world
. All the best - - Kind regards - edmondsallan

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" SWAYNE ROBERT " A PIONEER OF CAMBRIDGE

Hello I knew the grandsons quite well

SWAYNE Robert

Robert was born in Launceston, Tasmania in 1851 and came to New Zealand ten years later. He started his career at the Post Office in Ngaruawahia and at the age of 13 came to Cambridge. As a young man he was an athlete of note, walking and long distance running being his special interest.
Robert took up land at Fencourt in 1872. He married Miss Catherine Kenny 23 August 1877 - born in County Clare, Ireland in 1856 the fifth daughter of Michael and Mary Kenny. They married in Hamilton and Catherine came to Cambridge as a young bride.
Robert served the district as chairman of the Cambridge Road Board, a member of the Waikato County Council, Cambridge Domain Board, Waikato Hospital Board, Hautapu and Fencourt Drainage Boards. He was also a Director of the Cambridge Dairy Company for 15 years. He died in 1934 age 83.
As the wife of a man prominent in public affairs in the early days, Mrs Swayne also contributed in no small measure to the pioneering work of what was then a remote inland settlement.
Of their family Bob, Alf and Frank were well known farmers of Fencourt. They all had outstanding records in the war of 1914-18, Alf also commanding 'A' Company of the Homeguard in World War Two. Another son was Leonard. Ethel Swayne, a daughter, was the Matron of Whangarei Hospital and also served overseas as a nurse. Blanche lived at home and Amy married N Goodall.

source - Cambridge Museum

Till we meet again - Regards -edmondsallan

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" TAIHAPE '" NZ ---> GUM BOOT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD

I came to know Taihape in the north island of nz Quite well. I can remember my first visit their . I was 22 years of age and was a manager,of a privately owned, rather large sheep and cattle farming
complex with quite a few farms in the Waikato. We did not breed our own store stock supply until about ( 8 ) years later when we bought two reasonabley size sheep and cattle stations . You might think I was a bit young and have put in my wrong age . The age is correct and already had been moved up rapidly from the age of ( 17 ) assistant manager by nineteen . I was in all with this farming complex , ( 14 years )and was given more and more management work to do .I had a ton of energy in those days . not like I am now ,about down to a quarter of then , any way thats digressing
In my first visit to the sale yards in Taihape. Their was a cold wind coming off the mountains and I mean cold cold !!! I was dressed with heavy working clothes that could last any weather plus my swan dry . woolley head gear plus my Managerial broad rimmed hat. To my surprise quite a few of the yard workers were running around in the bush singlets and no problem at all . I must admitt some of them looked Like bears with a lot of long hair on the exposed parts and none were clean shaven I nearly died that day it was so bl#!~!#% Y cold . A bit of history needed I think about Taihape, not me
Taihape was established in 1894 and its history has been well documented in a publication by Denis Robertson give me TAIHAPE on a Saturday night???. The Taihape museum is also very interesting and leaves you with an idea about how life was in those early days!
The first record of a European to the region is William Colenso's visit in 1845. In 1884, the surveyor's party for the Main Trunk railway line cut a rough track through the district.

It is difficult to imagine now but the whole area was covered in dense bush on steep hill county. The altitude is 442 metres above sea level. That, combined with lying in a basin ensured that the winters were snowy and icy and the summers very hot.
The first settlers arrived in Taihape in 1894. second wave of pioneering families would set out for the isolated, rugged hinterland of the North Island. This move was initiated by the Farm Improvement Settlement Scheme. Today the town has regrown and is quite a thriving community and once a year they have a competition ," Throwing of the gum boots "' You have to be able to throw a gumboot a very long way to hit the prize money . If you are down their when its on --- Have a go - its real fun .
Over the years Taihape grew steadily and a major influence on the town was the Main Trunk Line. The government had long planned for it to come through Taihape. As it advanced northward from Wellington, many of the towns ahead of it boomed and died. But not Taihape!
The railway benefited Taihape in several ways.If you want to have a break their , pick the summer time ' the following details will assist you if you want to know more
Taihape Information Centre: 06 3880 604 - email: taihapeinfo@rangitikei.govt.nz

I could tell quite a few stories about around the waikato and king country . I have not always been a laid back settled down oldish Gran pop Ok enough of this self talk .
Till we meet again -Regards -edmondsallan