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William SHAKESPEARE & the tragedy of MacBETH

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the 560 POEMS of Henry Wadsworth LONGFELLOW (1807-1882)


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Amos SMART - Northampton to Rangiora

from the site of Chris Mahoney
- a beautifully & lovingly made family tree with lots of old photos


AMOS SMART

Amos was born on 13 February 1834 and baptised on 9 March 1834 in Moulton, Northampton. During the 1850s he was a labourer in Christchurch beforing getting his own farm at Mt Grey, near Sefton. He died on 14 September 1915 at Rangioria, New Zealand and was buried in the Balcairn Cemetery near Rangiora on 17 September 1915

His siblings were:

Edmund - born 18 September 1831
- married Sarah Jane COX (1835-1870) 1853
- married Frances 'Fanny MEEK (formerly PENTECOST 1829-1888) in 1873
- married Jane Susannah WALKER (formerly UREN 1843-1918) in 1899

Amon 'Itaman' - born 1 December 1832
- married Ann BAKER (formerly ? 1832-1905) in 1873
- married Mary Elizabeth LINKWATER (1852-1921) in 1906

Amey - born 13 October 1835
- married Charles BOURN (1829-1907) in 1852
- they had 17 children

Horton 'Acton' - born 22 January 1837
- had a relationship with Rosanna NEAL
- they ha 5 children

Eliza - born 29 May 1839
- married William ELLIS in 1858
- they had 10 children

Enos - born 23 January 1841
- married Elizabeth IRELAND in 1871
- they had 4 children

Enon Page - born 9 February 1842
- married Frances Sophia PENTECOST in 1874
- France's mother, Frances MEEK married Enon's brother Edmund about one year earlier. Also her brother, Isaac Henry PENTECOST married Enon's neice, Clara Jane SMART
- they had 5 children

Enoch - born 16 August 1844
- married Margaret GOODWIN in 1867
- they had 12 children

Elijah Page - born 16 April 1846
- married Mary GREIG in 1878
- they had 8 children

Eli Perkins - born 17 January 1848
- married Mary COGAN in 1872
- they adopted 2 children

William Willson - born 22 March 1850
- married Mary MOODY in 1877
- they had 7 children

Emily - born 8 January 1852
- married George DEANS in 1879
- they had 8 children
- Emily died in 1894 aged 42 in Waimate
- George next married her neice, Sarah Ann ELLIS in 1910 in Dunedin

George Thomas - born 1 September 1853
- married Isabella McDONALD in 1856
- they had 9 children
- George died in 1896 in Christchurch aged 42
- Isabella next married John Leslie BROWN in 1900
- she next married Alexander PROTHEROE about 1911


AMOS SMART married Margaret "Itulcup" HULCUP on 4 August 1856 at St Michael's Church in Christchurch. Margaret was born about 1837 in Great Missenden, Buckingham, England and died on 5 December 1919 in Rangiora and was buried with Amos at the Balcairn Cemetery on 6 December 1919

They had 15 children:

Esther SMART
- born about 1856 and died about 1943 in Christchurch.
- She married Alexandra CLYNE about 1910 in Temuka

Frank SMART
- born about 1857

Leslie SMART
- born about 1858

Henry Albert SMART
- born about 1859, died on 11 January 1936 in Hamilton and was buried on 14 January 1936 in Cambridge.
- He married Elizabeth BOUGEN on 12 August 1880 at St Michael's Church in Christchurch. They had ten children.

Maria "Ria" SMART
- born about 1861 in Mt Grey and died on 24 July 1929 in Christchurch. She is buried in the Sydenham Cemetery in Christchurch.
- Maria married Sydney Herbert AMYES on 26 March 1890 at Irwell. They had five children.

Edward Horton SMART
- born about 1864 in Mt Grey.
- He married Sarah Matilda "Tilley" MATTHEWS on 23 April 1891 at St Michaels Church in Christchurch. They had four children.

Gertrude SMART
- born about 1864 in Sefton and died on 21 May 1948 and was buried in the Balcairn Cemetery near Rangiora.
- She married George DUNKINSON on 17 February 1882 at St Michael's Church in Christchurch. They had three children.

John SMART
- born on 12 July 1865 in Sefton, died on 10 August 1945 in Kaikoura and was buried in the Kaikoura Cemetery on 13 August 1945.
- He married his first wife, Margaret McINNES on 30 September 1891 in Kaikoura. They had eight children.
- His second wife was Katherine Agnes ARBUCKLE and they had five children.

James SMART was born about 1867 in Mt Grey and died on 19 May 1909 in Christchurch and is buried in the Sydenham Cemetery in Christchurch.
- He married on 10 December 1895 in Christchurch to Margaret SMITH. - They had 6 children.

Randall SMART was born about 1868 in Mount Grey.
- Nothing else is known about him.

Thomas SMART was born about 1870 in Mt Grey and died about June 1875 and is buried in the Balcairn Cemetery near Rangiora.

Robert SMART was born in 23 January 1871 in Mt Grey.

Eleanor SMART (known as Helen "Nell" was born about 1875 in Mt Grey and died on 14 January 1961 in Christchurch and is buried in the Sydenham Cemetery in Christchurch.
- She married the same Sydney Herbert AMYES about 1930 that was previously married to her sister, Maria SMART. Her name on the wedding registration is spelt Elleanor. They had no children.

Alice SMART was born on 23 February 1877 at Mt Grey and it is known that she died in Christchurch. She died on 27 February 1917 in Christchurch Hospital and is buried in the Sydenham Cemetery in Christchurch.

Edith Adelaide SMART was born about 1879 at Mt Grey and died on 30 January 1934 in Christchurch and is buried in the Sydenham Cemetery in Christchurch.
- She married Fred SCHAFFER about 1911. There are no known children.

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Mr & Mrs Stuart NELSON - Island Bay, Wellington 1939

from PAPERS PAST

PRIVATE DANCE AT ISLAND BAY
- August 1939 -

Mr and Mrs Stuart NELSON gave a small informal dance at their home at Island Bay on Saturday evening.
The dance was in honour of their son jack and the guests were all his youg friends

A bright fire welcomed the guests and the adjoining rooms, which were cleared fo dancing, were gay with tall glass vases of yellow jonquils

Among thos present were:
Mr and Mrs W. STROUTS

Misses
Pat HALL
Joan VANDEN-BERGH
Valerie LIPSCOMB
Marie McNEILL
Diana, SHilry & Clemmency KING
Melvyn ASTON
Pm STROUTS
Doreen BTTERS
Peggy CARTER
Joan PACKARD
Irene TAYLOR
Norma LOCKWOOD
Flo HOVERSHAM
Christine FISHER
Beryll SMYTHE
Grace MATTHEWS
Vera NORRIE
Avis ARROW
Messrs
Ron SOUTER
John HALE
Laurence MARK
Peter HUNT
Gavin & Basil STILWELL
Trevor ATION
Noel BURBERRY
John HOBSON
Stuart Mcfarlane
Tony RYAN
Derek ROSE
John NORRIE
Tom COX
Peter MORRIS

BORN AT SEA on their way to New Zealand

the following was taken from the site:
BDMs and Burials at Sea
visit the above site as there is a lot more on information there than is wrtten here
Also has links to passenger lists


Many births occurred at sea, and often the infant was named after the vessel, ship's surgeon, captain, arrival port, country or sea.

BIRTHS AT SEA

Nugent BEVAN born 6 January 1841 at sea on the Lady Nugent's voyage to New Zealand from England.

William Dawson WEBSTER was born 16th March 1841 on board the Amelia Thompson, Commander, William Dawson, on the voyage to New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Mary Ann Tyne SANSON was born in August 1841 at sea on the 'Tyne' to Robert and Ann Sanson.

William Bentinck HOWELL was born in the Bay of Biscay enroute to NZ on the ship Lord William Bentinck which arrived Wellington 22 May 1841. William was the 6th child of John Howell and his wife Ann (nee CORDERY) who were married at Teddington, England on 20 Jan 1829.

Thomas and Elizabeth Butler are the parents of Mary Ann Bentinck BUTLER born at sea 10 January 1841 on the Lord William Bentinck two days after the vessel left Gravesend. The ship arrived at Port Nicholson 19th May 1841.

Ann Arab WALKER was born aboard the Arab which left London on 3 June, & Dartmouth on 15 June 1841. Her DOB was 28 August 1841. Her father James Walker with his wife Helen, and their five other children arrived at Port Nicholson NZ on 16 October 1841. They lived in Fifeshire SCT before emigrating.

Emma Ridgway RENALL was born at sea in November 1841 on the Martha Ridgway to Emma and Alfred William Renall.

Ellen Jane DILON was the eldest daughter of Thomas Dillon & Eleanor NOWELL who came to NZ on the Fifeshire to Nelson arriving 1842 and on the Cornwall to Canterbury arriving 1851. Ellen Jane was on both voyages as was her brother Thomas Harford DILLON, the latter being born on the Fifeshire, December 21st 1841, halfway across the Indian Ocean, and named after the captain, Harford ARNOLD.

Charles Clifford SAXTON, born 18 Jan 1842 on the ship 'Clifford'in Atlantic Ocean, near the equator. He and his parents, Charles Waring Saxton and Mary (nee LAUGHLIN) arrived in Nelson 11 May 1842 but his mother died just three months after arrival and his father took him back to England. He served in the Royal Artillery in India, China etc, and died in London.

On the voyage out to New Plymouth on the Essex in 1843 Grace Harvey gave birth to a son, James Essex HARVEY.

Tom and Mary Cuddie bound for Otago on the 'Philip Laing' that arrived Port Chalmers 15 April 1848. Their son was born on board. He was baptised by Burns on 7 May, Alexander Thomas BURNS, after the Reverend Thomas Burns the Minister Free Church of Scotland who was also a passenger.

The bible of Rev. Thomas Dickson Nicholson, the first Presbyterian minister for the Nelson area, and his wife Alison, nee McWHIR, states their son, 'John Wickliffe McWhir Daly NICHOLSON. Born on board the ship 'John Wickliffe' at Port Chalmers, Otago, New Zealand, on the morning of Wednesday, 19th of April 1848. (Registered at Nelson, New Zealand, 8th July 1848.)' This was three weeks after the John Wickliffe anchored, and was baptised by Rev. Thomas Burns when the 'Philip Laing' arrived in April.

Eliza Larkins WRIGHT was born at sea in New Zealand waters on the 26 Oct. 1849 on the Larkins to Henrietta and Daniel Wright. Arrived Port Chalmers from London.

Charles Ocean THOMPSON s/o Robert Thompson was born at sea January 1868. Died 1940. Attended Christ's College H.S. in Christchurch and settled in the Napier/Hawkes Bay area around the 1890s. His father was a miner, Manawatu Gorge.

Cornwall McLEOD (nee MUIR) born on board the ship Cornwall during the voyage to Otago in 1849, was named after the ship. She resided with her husband and family near Palmerston.

Randolph Theodore CHANEY was born in the Bay of Biscay 10 September 1850 - died 6 Nov. 1928 and Randolph George HARPER were both born aboard the Randolph which arrived Lyttelton 16 Dec. 1850. Randolph was baptised aboard ship by the Rev. Charles Puckle. His father, William, was a mason; throughout his working life. Randolph built the first house in Randolph Street, Christchurch. Randolph was a labourer and a farmer and was buried at S. Peter's Anglican Church Upper Riccarton. There is also a Randolph Terrace in Christchurch named after the ship.

Elizabeth Dale WAGHORN born on voyage of the Randolph, under command of Captain Dale. Later Mrs HOWELL. She was living in Christchurch in 1900.

Alexander DERRY was born at sea 21 Nov. 1850 on the Charlotte Jane bound for Canterbury, NZ under the command of Captain Alexander Lawrence. The family a month before had lost a child 17 October 1850, buried at sea.

Seymour EATON, a twin, was born at sea aboard the Sir George Seymour in 1850

Henry "Harry" Lyttelton BRITTAN was baptized 20 July 1851 in Christchurch. The Sir George Seymour, weighed anchor at Plymouth, Sep. 8 1850. Arrived Lyttelton , Dec. 17, 1850. Attended Christ's College 1857 - 1858. Ob. Auckland, 21st July, 1929.

Henry Charles Graham's son, George Seymour GRAHAM, was 3 weeks old by the time he arrived in Lyttelton on Sept 8th 1850 aboard Sir George Seymour

Eleanor Cressy Mouldey born 20th December 1850

Arthur Zealand WRIGHT an infant on the Castle Eden in 1851 was named after the country he was going to.

Mary Elizabeth Bronte SAVILL was born at sea on 1st March 1853 the daughter of William and Jane Savill. The Duke of Bronte arrived at Port Lyttelton 5 June, 1851

Maria Draper Bronte SMITH was born May 1851 at sea aboard the Duke of Bronteone month out of Lyttelton. Draper was the ship's Surgeon Superintendent

Rosseta Harriet Bronte Gibbs NASH born at sea 27 May 1851 on the Duke of Bronte.

Caroline Labuan Wedge was born at sea in 1851.

Richard Canterbury MATHIAS came out to Lyttelton, Canterbury, NZ on the 'Dominion'in 1851. Attended Christ's College 1860 -1867

Eliza Steadfast Miller was born at sea in 1851

A birth occurred on the "Oriental", 27 November 1855 and the ocean child was named Ada Augusta Oriental GILES. On the 13 December, the Equator was crossed. Parents Launcelot and Rachel Giles. London to Auckland and on to Lyttelton.

George Howe COOK was born on 8 May 1855 on the whaling brig Independence off Lord Howe Island, according to family information

James Strathallan Buttars (BUTTERS) was born 24th December 1857 on the Strathallan. The family left Leith the 4th October 1857 and arrived at Port Chalmers 16th January 1858. The name Strathallan was used as a second name through the family line and the same family built and owned the first maternity nursing home in Opotiki (Bay of Plenty) and this facility was named Strathallan

Ann Wilson (Liverpool to Wellington 1857) "Thomas Wilson MORRIS" born on board on March 23rd 1857. Apparently his mother decided to name him for the ship. I guess without wanting to call him Ann she just used the Wilson part of the name.
Isaac Henzell Rutherford, master of the barque Ann Wilson which sailed from Liverpool for Wellington with emigrants on or about 29th November and came to anchor 29 March 1857.

On 25th Dec. 1858 two children were christened on board the 'Strathallan', bound for Timaru and Lyttelton, William Strathallan PADGET and the other Strathallan HAY.

A daughter was born to George Wilcock and his wife Elizabeth aboard the ship Edwin Fox and they named her Edwina Fox WILCOCK

Katherine Inchinnan PERCIVAL daughter of Richard & Anne Percival was born 1856 in the dock at Gravesend. The Inchinnan left Gravesend 13 January 1856 & arrived Nelson 19 May 1856. She was not actually at sea but on the way. The fiche of British overseas births (includes a sequence on births at sea) and the GRO births index was checked and this infant not found registered

Peter Bryce and his wife Isabella (nee FISHER) became the proud parents of Robert Henderson Cubitt BRYCE in 1858. The baby was born on the ship Robert Henderson, the captain's name was CUBITT.

A diary written on board the ship Indiana mentions the birth of a daughter to Mrs Robson on August 22nd 1858 who was christened Indiana McKirdy ROBSON. Unfortunately there were four Robson families on board so it is not possible at the moment to identify who the parents were. Maybe McKirdy was the maiden name of the mother but this is only an educated guess.

Louisa Thorpe BOOTH was born in 1859 on the Queen of the Avonon the voyage from London to Wellington. The ship's Surgeon Superintendent was Dr. THORPE. Her parents were John and Sarah Booth.

John Zealandia HILL son of Jacob Hill was born on the Zealandia on the way out to Lyttelton in 1859.

Sept. 11. 1859 Otago Witness - The Alpine, 1164 tons, R. Crawford, from, Glasgow. Passengers 460. There were four births during the voyage, the first born receiving the name of Alpine Crawford Cochrane BLACK, after the ship, the captain, the doctor, and the parents.
Otago Witness, 13 September 1905, Page 29 The Alpine, a newspaper published on board that vessel, which arrived here from Glasgow on September 9, 1859, edited by Mr James McINDOE who has just passed away, and by him, presented to Mr Dick, a fellow passenger, an early record of events on board was the birth of a son to Mrs John Black, to be named John Alpine Crawford Cochrane Black.

The "Regina" arrived in Lyttelton 4th Dec. 1859. Sarah Walker wrote incredible detailed letters back home to her mother and brother for twenty five years starting with her arrival in London and on 11th October 1859 wrote "We had two more births on board, but one was dead, and the one that has lived is called after the Captain, the sea and the ship. It is a boy and is called Thos. Thornton Regina Atlantic PEARCE, Pearce being his surname." His parents were Percival Pearce, age 32, and Eliza, age 28. There is a birth registered in 1860 in NZ - Thomas Reginald PEARCE.

Magna Bona, 1000 tons, Captain Tyson, sailed from London 29th July 1863, arrived Nelson 21st November. On the 5th November, Mrs. BRADSHAW, a steerage passenger, was confined of, a boy, who was subsequently christened Magna Bona BRADSHAW. The carpenter made the little stranger a cradle, on which his name was painted, and a subscription was raised for him among those on board, while Captain Tyson very considerately gave up a chief cabin for the use of Mrs. Bradshaw.

Annie Tybernia SANDERSON born in the Atlantic (appears in the IGI) by family lore she was born on the vessel Tybernia which was quarantined at Rangitoto on arrival in Auckland in Sept 1864

Clara Peace Christian FOOTE was born ashore in Melbourne on 19 May 1865 in enroute from New Foundland to Auckland. Named after the vessel Clara.

Eastern Empire arrived at Lyttelton 4 January 1865. Passengers included Thomas and Janet J. Jefcoate. Their son Thomas Eastern Empire JEFCOATE married in 1891 at Hook, South Canterbury. T.E.E. Jefcoate.

Agnes Caroline Coventry DALZELL - ex Belfast - was born on 19 April 1869 aboard the Caroline Coventry. She and her family later settled in Kaikoura

Oct. 26 1870 - James Nicol Fleming, ship, 992 tons, Logan, from Glasgow. On the 11th October, Mrs Alexander McPHERSON, a steerage passenger, gave birth to a male child and who will probably be named "The Fleming McPherson."

John and Margary Robb m. in Scotland in 1857 arrived on the Charlotte Gladstone 30th January 1871. Their 7th child William Fox Gladstone ROBB was born two weeks out from landing. The captain was James Fox.

Amelia Nicol Fleming BARNETT, third daughter of Robert and Sarah Barnett, was born on board the James Nicol Fleming on its voyage to Port Chalmers in 1875.

Mary Forfarshire THRUPP was born 18 Dec. 1872, to William Thomas and Mary Thrupp on the ship Forfarshire. Sailed London, England 16 Nov. 1872 - arrived Wellington, NZ 2 March 1873. Latitude 7 Deg. 20 Min. North, Longitude 25 Deg. 48 Min. West (North Atlantic Ocean) Signed James FOX, witness A.M. MacDONALD. Baptized C of E, Sunday, 5 January 1873 Latitude 26 Deg. 8 Min. South, Longitude 32 Deg. 13 Min. West (South Atlantic Ocean) Signed William SEWILL (acting Chaplain)

Oct 11 1873 - Otago, ship, 993 tons, Stuart, from Glasgow, 17th July. One birth took place on the 2nd inst, when Mrs McDonald was confined with a male child. On Friday the 10th, the child was christened by the Rev Mr BORRIE, a passenger, by the name of George Stuart McDONALD, the name being the Captain's.

Louisa Bouverie MARLOW date of birth is not recorded in the ship's log though she does have a birth cert in NZ. The ship arrived in Wellington on 18 Oct 1873 on the Edward P. Bouverie

Oceana Berar Cunningham FIRTH born on board the Berar, some time in 1873 and named after the sea, the ship & the ship's doctor

Annie Ballochmyle SMITH had the second name Ballochmyle because she was born on board the ship 1874 on the way out to Lyttelton

May 10 1874. : The wife of John HENNESEY of a son christened John Miltiades HENNESEY.

June 18: The wife of H W JENNINGS of a daughter, christened Jessie Miltiades Mar JENNINGS

June 26: The wife of Geo. TAYLOR of a son, christened Edward Miltiades TAYLOR

Tuapeka Times, 8 April 1896 he following inquiries as to missing friends are from 'Lloyd's "Weekly ' of February 2 and 9 : John Miltiades HENSEY was born at sea about 1874, on the ship Miltiades, going out to Auckland from Gravesend. Aunt Polly asks.

Henry Ballochmyle BARRETT, born on board the ship Ballochmyle1 2 March 1874, son of Jonathan Barrett b. 1834 Merther, Cornwall and Mary Ann GRIBBIN b. 1839, Cornwall. The Ballochmyle had left London 25th February 1874 and arrived Lyttelton 1st June 1874. Jonathon & Mary Ann Barrett and their eleven children settled in Christchurch. Henry died at an young age and is buried in the Barbadoes St Cemetery.

John & Isabella GUINAN arrived in Port Chalmers in 1874 aboard the Peter Denny. Their son was born aboard ship and was named Peter Denny GUINAN

From a diary. The Merope left Plymouth England dated June 27 1874. Sunday 19th. Light head winds rain all Saturday night wind varying 4 points 12 ct. in Lat 10. 11N Long 27.40 W Dist 92 miles. 2 Children Christened. The one that was Born on Board was named Elizabeth Merope the Ship's name Monday 20th 1874. Light Winds & Variable all day & night in Lat. 9.40 N Long 21.52W. Dist. 310 miles. Tuesday 21st Light Winds & Showers

John Thomas Parsee SCOTT, s/o Andrew Scott and Christina Moncrieff, born on 8th Aug 1874, on board the Parseeenroute to New Zealand, arrived Port Chalmers, 4th Sep 1874. John Thomas died 26 March 1949, and is buried in the Helensville Public Cemetery.

John Sea HAGUE was born to Thomas & Eliza Hague on board the Queen of the Age on its way to Auckland in 1874.

Charles Neil Alhambra CORNISH was born on 31 July 1875 aboard the ship Alhambra which sailed from the port of Bluff Harbour on 27 July. There are two entries in the ship's birth register: both contain the same details except one records the mother as being born in Scotland, aged 22. The births were registered in Melbourne and the places of birth are recorded as Lat S 41.16; Long E 150.28.30 (Tasman Sea)

James Nicol Fleming PAGE
Birth: 1876 in at sea around the area of Capetown
Death: 5 Sep 1954 in Kohika Valley Otaio, Canterbury, New Zealand
Burial: 6 Sep 1954 Waimate, South Canterbury, New Zealand
Occupation: Labourer, Farmer

George Inverness DURRANT, son of James Durrant & Sarah Foster. Born 25 Oct 1876 on the ship Inverness, which arrived at Hawkes Bay on 28 Oct 1876

Mary Zealandia SCUPHAM - her marriage certificate 19th Feb. 1896 states she was born "at sea" and her age as 19 which put her date of birth 1876/77. Took years to find which ship Zealandia. Found Mr & Mrs Scupham arriving in Sydney on 22nd June 1877 on the s.s. Zealandia. 23rd May departed San Francisco for Sydney via Hawaii and Auckland. Birth between 23rd May and 22nd June 1877. Parents: William and Mary Sophia Scupham. Never found her birth registered.

David Cowan Wellington McCOLL was named for the captain (Cowan) and the ship Wellington. DOB 29/01/1876. Arrived Port Chalmers on 17 March 1876

The Lady Jocelyn sailed 06 May - (20 May) - August 1878 from London to Belfast to Auckland and the passengers were bound for Katikati under Vesey Stewart's settlement scheme. Edward Jocelyn GEORGE was born 14 July 1878.

Henry and Elizabeth Fletcher arrived in New Zealand in 1879 - 1880 on the Western Monarch with one child Florence. A son was born on the voyage, Douglas Monarch FLETCHER was born 18 December 1879 and his death was the same day.

Robert 'Chalmers' ROBINSON was born on the ship Dunbritton outside Otago Heads on 13 June 1880. He was named after the nearest Port, which of course was Port Chalmers. He was christened at Port Chalmers on 9 July 1880 and was known by his second name.

The ship "Maraval" arrived in Wellington from London on 23 January 1880. Among the passengers was the son of a German couple, born, 11 Jan 1880, during the voyage and baptised Robert Maraval SCHROEDER. Robert was the first name of the Captain.

Captain John BOLLONS commanded the NZ Government steamers, the Tutanekai and the Hinemoa. He married Lilian Rose HUNTER, the daughter of a retired master mariner, John Hunter, and the couple's eldest son and eldest daughter received their middle names from ships that Bollons commanded, respectively.

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BROKEN HILL, New South Wales AUSTRALIA

BROKEN HILL (originally known as Willyama) is an isolated mining city in the far west of outback New South Wales, Australia, located near the border with South Australia on the crossing of the Barrier Highway and the Silver City Highway in the Barrier Range

In 1844, the explorer Charles STURT saw and named the Barrier Range and at the time referred to a "Broken Hill" in his diary.

Silver ore was later discovered on this broken hill in 1883 by a boundary rider named Charles RASP.

The "broken hill" that gives its name to Broken Hill actually comprised a number of hills that appeared to have a break in them.

The broken hill no longer exists, having been mined away.

IN THE BEGINNING
... Street names in Broken Hill are of historical significance as they were generally named after the first alderman (e.g. Ryan, Cornish, Chapple), mining officials (e.g Jamieson, Wilson, Patton) or minerals (e.g. Argent, Blende, Sulphide, Chloride).


BROKEN HILL ATTACKED IN THE GEEAT WAR
... On New Years Day 1915, Broken Hill was the scene of the only enemy attack on Australian soil when, only four months before the Anzacs fought the Turks at Gallipoli, a picnic train on its way to Silverton came under attack (more at the link)



BROKEN HILL Complex - regional history
... The Wiljakali people traditionally occupied the lands around Broken Hill visiting the Barkindji people on the Menindee Lakes each year

the ABBOT to WELLINGTON 1859 - 1886

some of the ABBOT found so far to have arrived into Wellington:

NAME - AGE - SHIP - DATE - DEPARTURE

ABBOT Charles - Sevilla 1859 8 Greenock, Scotland

ABBOT Wife - Sevilla 1859 8 Greenock, Scotland

ABBOT Daughter - Sevilla 1859 8 Greenock, Scotland

ABBOT Son - Sevilla 1859 8 Greenock, Scotland


ABBOT Thos A - 20 - Ferglen - 1875 - ?

ABBOT Mary S - 22 - Ferglen - 1875 - ?

ABBOT Robt T - 24 - Ferglen - 1875 - ?

ABBOT Jane H - 27 - Ferglen - 1875 - ?


ABBOT H.N. Mr - Tarawera - 1886 - Melbourne & Southern Ports

ABBOT Mrs - Tarawera - 1886 - Sydney, NSW

ABBOT Mr - Waiararapa - 1886 - ?

AN ALASKAN CRUISE HOLIDAY - JULY 2002

I have copied & pasted what was written on 5 May 2002
- (which I'm sure he will remove once exposed)

Journal by edmondsallan

The Cruise is completed! A wonderful time had by all!

Our fabulous Alaska cruise is history. Thirteen of us cruised from Seward, Alaska, to Vancouver, British Columbia on the MS Statendam of the Holland America cruise line. And just in time it seems - the same day we disembarked in Vancouver, the Statendam caught fire and went adrift on the northbound cruise that evening. The two cruises after ours have been cancelled. Marge was looking out for us it seems.

Here are some photos of the cruise. I'll be updating these from time to time.

To celebrate what would have been my parents' 50th wedding anniversary, and to memorialize my mother, my father and all of their descendants (13 of us) went on an Alaska cruise. We enjoyed seeing Collegiate Fiord, Prince William Sound, Glacier Bay, Sitka, Juneau, and Ketchikan, and finally Vancouver. We saw Dahl sheep, humpback whales, orca (killer) whales, bald eagles, golden eagles, salmon, bears, etc. etc. I personally enjoyed standing on the Verandah deck with my new Nikon Ocean Pro 7x50 binoculars and watching for whales.

We all gained 10 pounds or more eating the abundant and free food. We enjoyed our own private dining room "The Queen's Room" where we were all seated together at the second seating (after a mixup that had us at first seating was cleared up with the maitre 'd). We had our own two waiters and a wine steward, with large viewing windows behind the main table.

Many of us took shore excursions ranging from mountain bike rides to float-plane "flightseeing" to helicopter rides, to salmon fishing trips.

Our results in the on-board casino varied - I know I donated nearly $100 to the Holland America Line, but my in-laws apparently compensated for that by winning at the slots and blackjack table.

Till we meet again -Regards - edmondsallan

Surnames: HAYES

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edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.


THAT JOURNAL WAS COPIED & PASTED from the COPYRIGHT family tree site of:
Hayes Genealogy
and needs to be read in context

... The earliest Hayes ancestor we know of was my great great grandfather Bernard Hayes, born in Ireland in the 1820's, immigrated to Ohio in 1854, settled in Nebraska in 1865, died in 1907 in North Platte, and reportedly buried in Friend, Nebraska. This page is devoted to genealogical information regarding Bernard and his descendants.

I'll try to accumulate meaningful information here that will be of interest to the family. It seems to me that earlier Hayes generations have taken an almost perverse pride in not recording or keeping track of relations. So far as I am aware, nobody knows just where in Ireland Bernard came from. Family folklore claims he left under duress, having killed a man's mule. I suspect a potato famine had something to do with it.

Recent News - Family Tree - Return to start page - Links - Hayes Photos Updated - Alaska photos

.. Marjorie Rosemarie Perlinger Hayes, 1928 -2001.

The death on December 16th, 2001 of my mother has obviously affected us all.

The family had made plans to go on an Alaska cruise in July, 2002, to celebrate my parents' 50th wedding anniversary, and we went forward with it. My mother had indicated that if anything should happen to either her or dad, we should go no matter what. I've created a memorial page to her here.

The Cruise is completed! A wonderful time had by all!

Our fabulous Alaska cruise is history. Thirteen of us cruised from Seward, Alaska, to Vancouver, British Columbia on the MS Statendam of the Holland America cruise line. And just in time it seems - the same day we disembarked in Vancouver, the Statendam caught fire and went adrift on the northbound cruise that evening. The two cruises after ours have been cancelled. Marge was looking out for us it seems.

Here are some photos of the cruise. I'll be updating these from time to time

To celebrate what would have been my parents' 50th wedding anniversary, and to memorialize my mother, my father and all of their descendants (13 of us) went on an Alaska cruise ... (etc etc)

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ship PETER DENNY to DUNEDIN October 1871

the PETER DENNY left London 2 May 1874 arriving into Port Chalmers (Dunedin) New Zealand 26 July 1874 under Captain PYCROFT

source: th OTAGO WITNESS 1 August 1874

in the SALOON:

Mr STEVENSON, his wife, 4 children and a servant
the Reverend GRAINGER
Mr BRENT


in the STEERAGE

Dunn Peter 24
Dunn Elizabeth 23
Wright Walter C 44
Wright Eliza A 43
Wright Sarah E 23
Wright Caroline 21
Wright Mary H 19
Wright William 15
Wright Frank 13
Wright Miss Omega 8
Wright Ellen 6
Wright Edward W 5
Wright Lily 8 months
Wright Walter 2
Wright John 21
Cook John 25
Cook Elizabeth 24
Cook Mary J 2
Cook Elizabeth 8 months
Murray John 28
Murray Mary 22
Murray Henry 24
Murray Mary S 1
Murray Elizabeth 2
Nightingale William 24
Nightingale Georgina 26
Nightingale Georgina 2
Nightingale William 1
Gough Frederick 30
Gough Mary A 31
Gough Edward 9
Gough Frederick 7
Gough Bertha 5
Gough Joseph 3
McKenzie Jessie 22
Stevenson John 21
Stevenson Eliza 23
Pearsey William 34
Pearsey Mary 34
Pearsey Edward William 8
Watkins John 41
Watkins Amelia 34
Watkins Eliza 20
Watkins Alfred 18
Watkins Amelia 8
Pellowe John 23
Pellowe Kate 21
Bell/Boll Edward 32
Bell/Boll Mary A. 33
Bell/Boll Amy 3
Bell/Boll Mary 10 month
Carpenter James 35
Carpenter Harriett 33
Carpenter Thurza 13
Lee William 37
Lee Susan 26
Lee William 6 months
Reeves Thomas 34
Reeves Sarah A. 32
Reeves Frederick 13
Reeves Thomas 10
Reeves Ernest H. 7
Reeves Sarah A. 5
Reeves Arthur E. 2
Lovell John 37
Lovell Mary 37
Stokes Frederick 21
Stokes Laura E. 23
Butterley Charles 35
Butterley Mary 28
Butterley Kate 3
Brightley James 32
Brightley Christiania 34
Ranger Charles 31
Ranger Fanny 25
Ranger Richard 6 months
Gibbs John 29
Gibbs Emma 25
Gibbs George 3
Gibbs Elizabeth 30
Gibbs Lilla Infant
Graydon James 32
Graydon Margaret 30
Graydon Mary 11
Graydon William James 9
Graydon Margaret 7
Graydon Catherine 3
Mahon William 38
Mahon Amelia 31
Mahon Ann Jane 9
Mahon William 7
Tuer Frederick C. 33
Tuer Elizabeth 33
Pitcher George 38
Pitcher Hannah M. 35
Pitcher George J. 11
Pitcher Frederick 8
Pitcher Albert E. 6
Pitcher Henry 4
Hine Mary 37
Hine Emily 26
Raeburn Thomas S. 24
Raeburn Emily 24
Perry Rose 17
Bruckett Jno C. 21
Bruckett Mary J. 21
Crowe Michael 32
Crowe Mary 30
Crowe William 6
Crowe Ellen 4
Crowe Daniel 2
Crowe John 6 months
Ross Peter 31
Ross Emily 35
Slade Charles 29
Slade Ellen 27
Slade Walter 5
Slade Emily 4
Slade Sarah E. 3
Slade Tom 1
Gibson Thomas 28
Gibson Elizabeth A. 23
Gibson William 3
Gibson Rose 7m
Bavistow Enoch 29
Bavistow Agnes 31
Bavistow Marion 7
Bavistow Harry 6
Bavistow Albert C. 2
Arrowsmith Thomas 24
Arrowsmith Jane 19
Arrowsmith Thomas 10m
Brookman Andrew 30
Brookman Rosa 27
Brookman Nelly 10
Thomas Robert 24
Thomas Elizabeth 22
Anderson Charles 30
Anderson Hannah 29
Gallen John 24
Gallen Eliza 25
Gallen Georgina 1
Gallen Charlotte 2m
Scholfield Joseph 30
Scholfield Sarah 30
Forsyth Adam 42
Forsyth Emma 48
Forsyth Annie 17
Forsyth William 14
Forsyth James 12
Forsyth John 10
Forsyth Agnes 8
Willis George 33
Willis Ann A. 25
Willis Emily 3
Mansfield Henry 44
Mansfield Emma 38
Mansfield William 17
Mansfield Caroline 13
Mansfield Amos 10
Mansfield Anne 8
Mansfield Emma 3
Mansfield Henry 1
Robinson Thomas 34
Robinson Elizabeth 38
Robinson Sarah 6
Robinson Jno S. 4
Smithson Tom 32
Smithson Sarah 28
Smithson Arthur B. 5
Luff/Suff Alfred 22
Luff/Suff Susan 21
Hardisty George William 24
Hardisty Ann R. 21
Vickers Charles 30
Vickers Jane 30
Vickers Hannah 9
Vickers Elizabeth 7
Vickers Charles 3
Phelphs Thomas 26
Phelphs Maria 27
Phelphs Mary J. 6
Phelphs Thomas 3
Phelphs Maria 2
Phelphs William 8 months
Coates Benjamin 27
Coates Jane 26
Coates Elizabeth 6
Hayes Reuben 24
Hayes Ellen 24
Hayes Percival C. 2
Jones Hugh 38
Jones Ellen 35
Jones Elizabeth 10
Sutton Thomas 30
Sutton Fanny 31
Sutton Charles 7
Sutton William 6
Smith Frederick B.D. 23
Smith Ruth 24
Smith Frederic 2
Smith George 1
Moorhouse William 37
Moorhouse Julia 38
Moorhouse William 15
Moorhouse Mary M. 13
Moorhouse Alfred H. 11
Moorhouse Charles 9
Moorhouse Leonard 7
Moorhouse Bessie 3
Moorhouse Amy 3
Moorhouse Julia Infant
Turner George 35
Turner Mary 29
Turner Sarah M. 7
Turner George 4
Turner James 2
Turner Infant
Ross Robert 25
Ross Henrietta 23
Ross Henrietta 1
Corner James 30
Corner Jane D. 23
Sandford Ebenezer 25
Sandford Maida E. 21
Sandford William Jno 2
Sandford Isabel A. 1
Church Charles 24
Church Matilda 25
Church Charles Infant
Walters Thomas 28
Walters Margaret 31
Cockroft Mark 33
Cockroft Jane 29
Chiffey Edward George 27
Chiffey Frances S. 25
Chiffey William E.G. 1
Busbridge Edward 27
Busbridge Mary A. 20
Essex Charles 27
Essex Mary A. 24
Essex Charles 2
Searle William 46
Searle Elizabeth 47
Searle John 20
Searle Mary A. 19
Searle Emma 17
Searle Florence 16
Searle Elizabeth 8
Searle William 6
Searle Richard 3
Johnston William 37
Johnston Jane 35
Johnston Ralph 16
Johnston Mary 13
Johnston Isabella 11
Johnston Emily 8
Johnston Arthur 6
Johnston William 4
Johnston Agnes 1
Watkins Alfred 18
Ballard William 15
Ballard John 22
Groumillon Theophilus 24
Jones George 21
Rowlands Joseph 22
Fraser James R. 21
Mealing Joseph 30
Belsey Thomas 21
Pringle James 21
Haydon Frederick G. 26
Wiggins Charles 25
Davis John 27
Deacon Walter C. 35
Larken Peter 21
Wass William 25
Wooden James 20
Jenkins Henry 28
Ford Samuel 21
Pruce Charles 21
Lee John 30
Jukes B.W. 28
Martin Henry 22
McAdam William Edward 31
Mitchell Robert J.C. 26
Martin James 26
Mudge William 23
Smith William 40
Prendergast Edmond 25
Condon James 27
Drake Charles 23
Auston Alfred 19
Auston James 24
Swock Frederick 29
Gavion Henry 24
Griffiths George 31
Rice George 38
Robinson Hugh 28
Ryan Thomas 37
Harlow Charles 24
Jordan James R. 19
Hayes William 26
Bow James 34
Lester Thomas 26
Lester William 22
Haryott Henry 28
Callick John 20
Winn Alfred J. 19
Rea Hugh 29
Schladt Henry 30
Langbein Augustus 27
Le Duc William 27
Fox William 17
Groves George 24
Ranilly Eugene 28
Strattford George 30
Hounslow William 35
Leonard John 18
Mill David 20
McMullan R. 17
Anderson James 20
Moore Thomas S. 23
Moore Arthur 12
Gregory James 28
Heaps James P. 12
Heaps Henry B. 11
Sheeby William 24
Shea John 25
Cameron James 21
Wright William Henry 15
Wright Frank 13
Searle John 20
Shannon Patrick 27
Shannon Catherine 29
Hanscombe John 21
Johnston Ralph 16
Seen Cornelius 21
Seen Honorah 19
Seen Mary 17
Moynehan Denis 21
Gorham Edward 23
Perry Rose 17
Honer Ann 32
Honer Minnie 8
Honer Ellen 5
Moore Elizabeth 45
Moore Eliza M. 26
Moore William 18
Moore Lavinia 14
Moore Arthur 12
May Annie 34
May Fred 11
Upton Fanny 23
Young Mrs A. 32
Heaps Charlotte 36
Heaps Joseph P. 12
Heaps Henry B. 11
Bateman Jane F. 20
Bateman Ann 23
Bateman Phoebe 16
Daniels Harriet 27
Dyer Louisa S. 26
Quelch Sarah 28
Shaw Elizabeth E. 23
Shaw Maria 21
Fitzgerald Eliza 18
Mulliner Cecilia E. 20
Boyle Bridget 18
Boyle Margaret 17
Murphy Johanna 19
Murphy Mary 21
Degnan Winifred 18
Shannon Catherine 29
Johnston Mary 13