THOMAS EDWARD HARE MARRIED TO ETHEL DAISY JEFFERY HE DIED IN NZ 1968 AT THE OAKLEY OR WHAU MENTAL ASYLUM BURIED WAIKUMETE CEMETRY 1968 THIS IS MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS I WANT TO FIND OUT ABOUT THEM AND THERE FAMILY ANY INFOMMATION ESP THOMAS THANK U :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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THOMAS EDWARD HARE MARRIED TO ETHEL DAISY JEFFERY HE DIED IN NZ 1968 AT THE OAKLEY OR WHAU MENTAL ASYLUM BURIED WAIKUMETE CEMETRY 1968 THIS IS MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS I WANT TO FIND OUT ABOUT THEM AND THERE FAMILY ANY INFOMMATION ESP THOMAS THANK U

Query by desire8

WAT i do no is my great grandfather had 3 children thomas danny and joyce.Thomas albert hare had 4 children to ngaire anne and after a accident or a crime committed he was admited to oakley or whau mental asylum where he has lost huis land it was forfieted to the crown in a court case he was absent at What happen to ethel where did she go did she remarry abbott? or south? anyone no anything about my family or my familys history please help

Surnames: HAREJERRERYABBOTTSOUTH
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on 2024-01-04 11:51:24

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by ngairedith on 2024-01-05 01:26:58

Hi desire,
Ethel next married Mr Abbott (possibly Leonard Hector Abbott 1903-1987) but more research, or family help, needed on that.

Daisy died 4 Jan 1994 and her ashes scattered Waikumete Cemetery

by markav on 2024-01-05 12:02:19

Hi Desire Thomas was born in England 22nd Dec 1900
He was a ships fireman and so traveled a lot.
On 11 July 1945 he was fined 3 shillings for obsine language and was discribed as 5'5" with a dark complection, light brown hair and blue eye and of medium build. He had tattos 8 pointed star and sailing ship on the back of his right hand and womans face and a heart on the back of his left hand.
Ethel and Thomas were divorced 5th July 1960 at the Family Court Wellington.

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