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Family Bible OGILVIE, CANNING, GARDNER

Hi,
I have become the holder of a wondrous family bible containing BDM info from the 1850s with the surnames of OGILVIE, CANNING, GARDNER. Initially they were from Scotland but then from Nelson, NZ.
This will be a precious acquisition for someone and I would very much like to see it go to a "good home".
Regards,
gogilvie

1 comment(s), latest 4 years, 8 months ago

looking for 1840s Wollongong school records

Hi,
I am researching my great grandfather, Philip BOYD, who was born in Wollongong on 11 November 1842 and was baptized in St Xaviers Catholic Church on 23 November 1842.
He came over to New Zealand as a young man in 1861.
There is evidence that he was quite well educated, presumably in a Wollongong Catholic School, in the late 1840s/early 1850s.
I would greatly appreciate any help in finding any records of his school days.
gogilvie

Looking for Albert John Brown

Hi,

My great grandmother, Maria Frances Ogilvie, nee Freeman, married an Albert John Brown in Hokitika, New Zealand in 1894, three years after she was widowed. He died in Hokitika in 1922. I would like to know more about him.
Can anyone please help?
gogilvie

Looking for Ellen English

Ellen English was born in Tipperary about 1800, married William Boyd,in Wollongong, NSW, Australia in January 1842.

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

Looking for Fineletter immigration to New Zealand in 1860s

Hi,
I have information on Hannah Eliza Fineletter, nee Howard having five children born to her and John James Fineletter in Ballarat, Victoria in the 1850s. Three of the five died young. Hannah Eliza Fineletter, Her daughter Sarah Ann Fineletter and perhaps her son, William Thomas Fineletter, emigrated to New Zealand in the late sixties. Hannah Eliza and Sarah Ann were in Hokitika round 1870.
I would appreciate any information on their emigration to New Zealand, and their early years here.
gogilvie

Looking for Mary McCloughen of Ireland, Australia and New Zealand

Mary McCloughen has many variations on the spelling of her surname!
She was born in King's County, Ireland round 1832. She migrated to Australia, met a Joseph Fishwick, came to New Zealand as Mr and Mrs Fishwick, later married him in Hokitika and drowned there in 1887.
gogilvie

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

Looking for Maunders of Devon

My Maunders came from the Devon villages of Washfield, Cruwys Morchard and Cheriton Fitzpaine
gogilvie

Looking for OGILVIE, CANNING, GARDNER in New Zealand

Hi,
A remarkable family bible has fallen into my hand, given by someone who thought the OGILVIES listed might be connected to myself. They are not. I hope to be able to forward the bible on to a family historian who is researching some of the people listed.The bible was presented to an Ogilvie in 1850 but contains records of marriages, births and deaths such as in the sample below.
James Ogilvie married Isabella Banks 1850 Invary (?)
Isabella Ogilvie b0rn 1854 At sea
Archibald Ogilvie born 1859 Nelson, New Zealand.
Mary Anne Ogilvie born 1863 Nelson, New Zealand
Isabella Canning died 1910 enzed
Margaret Gardner died 1933 Nelson, New Zealand
Regards,
gogilvie

Looking for Philip Boyd immigration to New Zealand 1860s

Hi,
I have my great grandfather Philip Boyd born in Wollongong, NSW in 1842
and then as a miner in Hokitika, NZ, from the early 1870s.
I would appreciate any help in finding any information on his childhood and youthful years and on his emigration to New Zealand.
Regards,
gogilvie

1 comment(s), latest 4 years, 10 months ago

Looking for STOOP and FINELETTER migration to Otago gold fields in early 1860s

Hi,
James STOOP and Hannah FINELETTER came to the Otago goldfields from the Victorian goldfields in the early 1860s. I suspect they came together and may even have come as Mr and Mrs Stoop. Hannah would have had one child, Sarah Ann, born 1858, with her and possibly another, William Thomas, born1854.
Iwould be grateful for any help on their arrival or time in Otago before they moved on to the Westlanf field in the late 1860s.
Regards,
gogilvie