3 edition of Stokes family :arrived at Port Chalmers 6th December, 1879 found in the catalog.
Stokes family :arrived at Port Chalmers 6th December, 1879
Bertram Oliver Stokes
|LC Classifications||CS2179 .S855 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||81198676|
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The B.S. Beautiful Star, from Oaniaru, arrived at Port Chalmers on Saturday morning. Tho Union Company's steamer Waitaki, Captain Edie, arrived at Port Chalmers at 10 40 a.m.
on Saturday. She left Nelson at 11 a in. on the 2nd inst., and arrived at Picfon at 6 30 p m.; left again at p.m., and arrived at Wellington at midnight on the same day. For Families related to Joseph Brown and Annie Fowell who married in new Zealand and later lived at Coombe Hill, The Leigh and Pamington, Gloucestershire.
Lyttelton Times Vol. Saturday Janu Police Report Before John Robert Godley, Esq., Resident Magistrate January 3 - Samuel BISHOP, merchant seaman, was brought up charged with larceny, in having unlawfully taken the ship's boat, and also with desertion from the barque "Cressy."The charge with larceny not having been proceeded with, the prisoner was convicted of the minor.
Henry and Elizabeth Fletcher arrived in New Zealand in - on the Western Monarch with one child Florence. A son was born on the voyage, Douglas Monarch FLETCHER was born 18 December and his death was the same day.
Robert 'Chalmers' ROBINSON was born on the ship Dunbritton outside Otago Heads on 13 June He was named after the. JEFFS On the 26th March, at Christchurch (result of an accident), Benjamin Jeffs ; aged 77 years.
Arrived at Lyttelton in the ship Charlotte Jane, December, Jeffs, Charles b. 18 June and his wife Mary Button b. arrived on Charlotte Jane Mary passed away not long after their arrival and and he remarried Mary Gaskill. Full text of "History and genealogy of the Buford family in America with records of a number of allied families / by Marcus Bainbridge Buford, by George Washington.
Biographical Sketches OF THE COLONISTS OF THE FIRST DECADE, Wmi Brief Notices ok a few op the Prominent Colonists of Later Ye vrs. Adam, James, born at Aberdeen, came out in the P. The family of Eliza Pomeroy had some changes in their surname.
Some members of her family use the name Stokes. Her daughter Mary Ann married Joseph Murdoch - this family settled in Gundagai. I would love to share my information with anyone who is interested. To Port Chalmers, Otago, January 20 March Timaru Herald Januexactly years will have passed since the first immigrants arrived on the Strathallan, direct from Britain to Timaru.
To celebrate the first 50 years, from Janua book by Johannes Anderson titled Jubilee History of South Canterbury was published. The funeral took place to Uxbridge cemetery on Wednesday, Decemservices being conducted under Masonic auspices, at his late residence, by Rev.
Williams, of Chalmers Presbyterian church of which deceased was a member. Interment was made in Uxbridge Cemetery. ANNE STITH (John) became, inthe second wife of Robert Bolling, the immigrant ancestor of that family in Virginia.
He was born 26th December,arrived in Virginia 2d October,and in, married for his first wife Jane, daughter of Thomas Rolfe and granddaughter of Pocahontas. No Departures. Telegraphic shipping By Cable Melbourne-Monday Arrived-P & O steamship Carthage, with the Suez mails/ Per United Press Association Auckland Monday.
The Mail steamship City of Sydney arrived at the wharf. Wellington-Monday The barque Rebecca Crowell, which arrived from New York today, met on the 6th of April with a heavy gale. Full text of "The Demarest family: David des Marest of the French patent on the Hackensack and his descendants / compiled by Mary A.
Demarest and William H. other formats. Came across your interesting articles re the Springs Tullamarine/Keilor. My Wife's GG Grandfather was Samuel Fleming who arrived at Port Phillip in on the ship "Hope" from Sydney,they quickly settled (by family contacts) at the Springs I assume on a ten year lease.
They moved to Mia Mia in becoming one of that area's earliest settlers. By the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Martin on Friday, 6th December, Upper Hutt lost the last original settler of a hardy pioneering Scots family. Born at Paisley, Scotland, 91 years ago, she left the Clyde in September,with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Brown, and other members of the family, arriving in Port Nicholson on 27th December. Her first such voyage to Port Phillip was in September In she sailed to New Zealand, leaving London on 5 April, calling at Port Chalmers on 8 June and reaching Lyttelton Harbour on 20 June.
In Henry T Horn of Sidcup, Kent bought Atrato. In Adamson and Ronaldson of Rochester, Kent bought her and renamed her Rochester. The Ann, Capt. Free, was only 37 days running from the Cape of Good Hope to this port. The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thurdsay 14 Novemberp.
From London and Hobart Town, yesterday, having left the former place the 1st of May, and the latter the 20th of October, the barque Ann, Captain Free. Lading, merchandise. William Robert McDuffie Jr.
was born November 5, Baptized Decemby the Rev. George M. Gibbs. Margaret Jane McDonald (mother of above children) was born February 1, Lillian Pearl McDuffie was born Janu Malcolm James McDuffie was born Febru The book is excellent and contains several family pictures, including one of John Bostick ().
The book was published by Hillsboro Press, Providence House Publishers, Seaboard Lane, Franklin, TNMr. Millar has studied optical work for a number of years, and has special facilities for carefully carrying on his business. He was born inat Cambuslang, near Glasgow, Scotland, and was educated partly there, and partly in New Zealand, having arrived in Port Chalmers by the ship 'Dunedin,' in Selina Sutherland’s forceful influence leads to the founding of Masterton Hospital.
Selina Sutherland. New Markets Beckon. With low wool prices and world depression, experimental shipments of refrigerated meat to the UK creates excited interest. The first chilled meat and dairy products leave Port Chalmers for Britain in A steamer arrived at Port Chalmers yesterday, bringing 75 wounded and invalided soldiers from Egypt.
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Mrs Haywood and 4 chn arrived 13 August at Launceston from Port Phillip on the Tamar - source Launceston Courier 16 Aug Joe HEYWOOD family - Biographical Details HEYWOOD, 'Joe' Joseph Hill James b Rochdale, Lancashire, Eng.
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RARE BOOK AUCTION Wednesday 6th December at 12 noon. VIEWING: Saturday & Sunday 2nd and 3rd December am – pm Monday 4th December am – pm Tuesday 5th December. The Fairchild Family (New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., n.d.), by Mary Martha Sherwood, ed. by Mary E. Palgrave, illust.
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T his, the twenty-second issue of the “New Zealand Official Yearbook,” while mainly following the arrangement of the book, contains some new features and whole of the book has been carefully revised.
With the exception of the statistics relating to local governing bodies and life insurance and those not obtained annually the figures are up to the end of the calendar year. The collection contains compilations of genealogical information for white North Carolina families related to Rita Adams Simpson (b.
) of Charlotte, N.C., and Joseph Bradford Simpson () of Salisbury and Rowan, N.C. Compilations contain family trees, family histories, biographical information, copies of related historical documents, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs. Stokes Family Anne Rousseau::[email protected] I am searching for CALVIN STOKES and a daughter, LUCINDA STOKES, who were said to be in Rockingham, N.C.
around They came to Georgia when Lucinda was about 8 years old. Calvin is said to have come from Spain and came into the U.S. around Raleigh, N.C. JOHN H. WHEELER, AUTHOR OF THE HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA, AND MEMBER OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETIES OF NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, GEORGIA, AND PENNSYLVANIA." `Tis well that a State should often be reminded of her great citizens." COLUMBUS, OHIO: COLUMBUS PRINTING WORKS, PUBLISHERS’ NOTE.
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Governor Stokes very wisely chose Joseph Gales, Sr., to carry out this trust. He met with success, as the copies of these laws and journals in the State Library to-day will testify, and as will be seen from a resolution passed by the assembly of in regard to the donation of Isaac T.
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Decemberand where the Dunedin School of Medicine now stands. Isabella was born in Dunedin aboutthe fourth of ten children born between and Her mother died at Port Chalmers on 9 Februaryaged The family moved to Clyde Street, Roslyn (later known as .The entire " Collison family " owes her a great big vote of thanks for helping to straighten out those records.
Nothing further is known about the other children at this time. William Collinson (44) was born the 4th child and 3rd son of Edward Collinson (17) and Charity Waters Collinson on Ap 2.
THE FAMINE OF THE summer of was a time of dreary monotony, aggravated by the keenest anxiety. No tidings had been received of the ships that were expected from England as early as September,with supplies of provisions and clothing; and nothing of importance at the settlement occurred to divert attention from the miseries of the moment and the fears of impending famine.