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It would be interesting to find out more about these two.
Louisa Lynd married Charles McINYRE in 1897 and they had 10 children
- Charles was born in 1872 in Drury, South Auckland. He died in 1941 in Wanganui
- Louisa died aged 62 in 1934 in Ohingaiti, Rangitikei
Her twin, Thomas Lynd married Eleanor PEARSON in Waitotara, south Taranaki in 1896
- I have 6 children for them at this time
- Thomas died aged 87 in 1960 in Feilding
Their parents were Emma JACKSON (1855-1927, daughter of whaler James Hayter Jackson & Eliza ROIL) and her 1st husband John LYND
Emma's second husband was Charles STENT
- Chalres was a son of Charles STENT & Sarah PECK
... message from Malcolm on 22 Feb 2011: Emma Jackson married John Lynds and gave birth to four of his children - the fourth was born after meeting Charles Stent as she arrived at Foxton from Picton heavily pregant. Charles registered Harry Herbert as a STENT rather than his conception name LYNDS. Then living with Charles in his small cabin they had another 10 children before they were married much to her daughters discust!! The children slept up in the ceiling of the cabin. Emma is buried with her second husband Charles at Ohingaiti Cemetery
I have one BEAR on my family tree - his name is George and he was born in Timaru NZ in 1875 and married Jessie Sutherland.
Can you add more to that?
A very informative site on the ships in the 17th, 18th and 19th century that landed - or attempted to land - in Australia and brief narrative of those who tried to make contact with Australia from other nations
AUSTRALIA ON THE MAP
In the New Zealand Gazette of July 6 a new Commission of the Peace is issued, in which the names of all the Justices in the colony are given. We print the names of the Justices in the province of Auckland who appear on the list for the first time:-
• Alan BAILLIE, Thames
• Jame BELL, Port Albert
• William Jesse COOPE, Papakura Valley
• Robert Telfer CORBETT, Tuakau
• James FARMER, Epsom
• Robert FARMER, Mangere
• William Bleckly FARRAN, Te Arai
• William A. Graham, Tamahere, Waikato
• William JACKSON, Rangiawhia
• Thomas JACKSON, Maungatawhiri
• Samuel Bloomfield LUDBROOK, Bay of Island
• Daniel Henderson LUSK, Mauku
• Richard Henry MATTHEWS, Kaitaia
• Murdoch McLEOD, Waipu
• Richard OLIVER, Opotiki
• Robert PROUDE, Maungatawhiri
• James ROBERTSON, Mangere
• Henry Richmond SAYCE, Te Arai
• William Henry SIMCOX, Tauranga
• James SKENE, Opotiki
• Charles John TAYLOR, Opotiki
• George Popplewell WALKER, Opotiki
• Charles WALTON, Whangarei
• John WILSON, Cambridge
Visit this web site for your general genealogy queries and join the chat room to research your ancestors
LOOKING 4 KIN
A good website for Australian researching. Online data, Look ups, Headstone photos, Cemetery Names Lists and much more
I have changed the previous link that was posted here
It was once an excellent site but on a recent check it had 39 broken links and 12 moved sites, my emails went unheeded...
Try this site for NZ genealogy
Te Ara Encyclopedia New Zealand
It is full of links, photos and information and is now one of my favourite resources - you can also contribute your own stories
Can anyone help with some info on the 2 SARGENT sisters Minnie and Jane who married 2 PECK brothers William and Daniel
Daniel and Jane married 1891 in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
William and Minnie married 1901 in Hawkes Bay New Zealand
Frederick was born Lower Hutt NZ about 1880 and maried Emma Peck in 1946, he was 66 and she was 58. He died 1950, I would like any info at all
George Davisonwas born about 1842 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, England and died 29 April 1942 in Palmerston North.
He was around 100 years old and he is buried in Terrace End Cemetery at Palmerston North.
He married Charlotte Peck on 6th September 1866.
She was the 10th child of 14 to Daniel and Elizabeth (nee Gaskin) Peck who emigrated to New Zealand from Marden, Kent in 1841 with 4 of their 5 children that were born in Kent - their first born, Daniel 1833, died in infancy.
I would like to know the parents and siblings of George Davison. Also anything on his wife Charlotte.
George and Charlotte had 11 children, 7 daughters and 4 sons
The only children I have at this time are:
George Davison born about 1868
William Davison born about 1870
Emily Davison born about 1872
Elizabeth Davison born about 1874
- she married Harry Hall
Henry Davison born about 1876
John Davison born about 1878
The were all born in the Wellington district
I have yet to find another 5 daughters - cab you help ??