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William & Mary-Ann Curtis Otago information

Question by rochellecoates

Looking for the parents of these two, husband and wife.
I believe the parents are from England and possibly never came to Nz, however their children did. Mary-Ann sometimes goes by Annie or Ann and her maiden name is Richards. Help please I am stuck. FYI don’t need info on the couple just where they come from.
Thanks

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by markav on 2019-05-09 10:47:16

do you have any dates please

by ngairedith on 2019-05-09 11:25:48

you have already stated online that William Curtis (1838-1882) was from Cornwall, England ??

by ngairedith on 2019-05-09 11:41:48

ALSO this is Annie's actual death date
Evening Star, 8 Jan 1872
CURTIS - On the 8th inst., at her residence, Brown-street, Mrs William Curtis, aged 30, a birth date of 1841, presuming she was going to turn 31 during 1872

She is buried with William Henry Curtis who died 9 Feb 1882 aged 52 so that would mean a birth date of 1829, presuming he was going to turn 53 in 1882
Evening Star, 9 Feb 1882
CURTIS - On the 9th inst., at Cargill road, South Dunedin, William Henry Curtis; aged 52 years.

by ngairedith on 2019-05-09 11:46:44

By the way Rochelle, if you want to add the date for their marriage onto the tree, it was 21 Sep 1862

by rochellecoates on 2019-05-10 10:50:40

Thank you everyone for your responses, I am having a hard time finding what William Curtis is the right one, there are two both from England, both similar DOB and both travelled to NZ.

by rochellecoates on 2019-05-10 11:11:20

Is it possible that Mary-ANN is Mary-Ann Thomas. There is a Mary-Ann Thomas who goes by Mary-Ann Richards - similar details

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