Looking for information John Morgan married Rose Tinnerley. They lived in Christchurch, New Zealand.
on 2014-06-11 05:36:07
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John Jeffrey MORGAN married Rose Ellen TINNERLEY 9 March 1920
Their son, John Perenara Morgan served in WWII as Flying Officer NZ413881 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force 692 Squadron. He was killed on air operations 15 Jan 1945 aged 24 in the UK and is buried in the Cambridge City Cemetery - known locally as Newmarket Road Cemetery, 105km north of London.
thank u ngaire was just winging it and hoping someone would help out.lol
They r my great grandparents have nothing on my great grandmother hoping to find something out about where she is from etc.
Could you please message me Lilsoftieminx
Hi my Nanas sisters were married to two of their sons John Perenara (Piri) Morgan was married to Delia (Sue) Mazella Parker before he was killen in WW2, they had a son that died a few weeks after birth in 1945. And Roland Jeffery Morgan married Mearle Parker and they had a daughter Silva Rahura Morgan, Roland died in 13/3/1986 and is buried in the Patea General Cemetery
oh I am using my husbands log in so when I wrote they are my nana sisters Im meaning mine, not my husbands just to clarify my name is Marietta Bryan granddaughter of Lorraine Bryan nee Parker the sister of Delia and Mearle Parker
If you look through papers past you will find cases where the mother Rose Ellen Tinnerley at 19yrs is up in court for charges of thieving and also others Tinnerley family members, there are also other cases with her children being in trouble with the law both sons Roland and Piri Morgan
Roland Jeffery was sent to Paparus Prison in 1941 for failing to support his wife and child
Peri Morgan is charged in the Supreme Court in 1937 for using obscene language, it noted in a file called returned to the Supreme court which would suggest he had been up at court before
Their mother in 1920 occupation was a wardmaid which meant she was a cleaner at a hospital or hotel