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UNWINS in the New Zealand Death Register

Journal by misshowie67

ALL PEOPLE LISTED HAVE THE SURNAME "UNWIN"

1871, Edward Lewis
1872, William
1876, Clara
1879, Emily
1881, Thomas Fair **
1883, Fanny **
1886, George Harold
1888, Branston
1888, Frances
1889, George Morton
1890, Sarah Elizabeth
1895, William
1897, Branston
1899, Gertrude Irene

1904, Winifred Maud
1906, Ann **
1907, Jane
1908, Elizabeth
1909, Edward

Surnames: UNWIN
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on 2013-01-11 02:25:44

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by Mumtofive on 2013-05-20 23:14:37

Hi
I have been looking at Annie Unwin(Reid) and noticed Ann Unwin with a death date of 1906. I also found a marriage of Annie Unwin in Kaiapoi in 1886 in Papers Past.

MARRIAGE.
Star , Issue 5491, 7 August 1886, Page 3
Unwin Vette.-- August 5, at St Bartholomew's Church, Kaiapoi, by the Rev J. W. Stack, Annie Unwin to John Henry Frederick Vette, Ohoka.

What do you think?
I haven't found a death date for Annie Vette though.

by misshowie67 on 2013-05-24 08:02:46

Google "Everything Unwin" - they are a set of blogs about the Unwins, that I have written. Annie Unwin married Henry Vette (thats what my Grandfather called him) after Thomas died. I don't know why she was registered in deaths as Unwin, but they are definitely the same person. Ohoka is just out of Kaiapoi. Perhaps she was buried in the Anglican cemetery with her first husband, and the three dead children of hers that were there also; and if that were the case, then perhaps that is why they registered her death as Unwin. Quite an anomaly that I pondered over for some time.

by sagechappell on 2013-05-25 15:09:10
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by Mumtofive on 2013-05-27 20:33:14

Thanks for confirming that and your blogs have been a great help. If I find anything useful I'll let you know.
My husband is 3rd cousin to your father.

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