http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/whitson.html Version 11.2.2019, c254 pages by Kit WITHERS kit.withers"att"gmail.com I write "att" for @ to foil spammers. 101 Allington Road, Wellington 6012, New Zealand phone +64 4 476 95543461 151 James BARRON has put up lots of JUDD & some JOHNSTONE photos at this link.
** WHAT'S NEW? 9.2.2015 I dredged New Zealand Cemetery Records 1800-2007 at http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=60547 5.7.2013 I've added in extensive info from the Christina N Fisher Family (CNN) tree on ancestry. Thanks to Christine HARRIS- 1st contact 4.7.2013. * 9.2.2011 Annemie kindly provided the photo of Jim AGNEW, AGNEW_JWA.jpg * 27.4.2009 1st contact from 3x William HUME whumescot"att"yahoo.co.uk * 5.7.2008 Faith STANNERS (FS) sent me some early Scottish records giving more additions to our family, including the need to renumber our Robert as 34. * 30.5.2008 Myrna SWANGER [WAS mswanger"att"bigpond.net.au] sent me the WHITSON-DEANS tree as a gedcom. Info from this is marked MS. This includes inserting 2 William before Thomas changing his ID from 2 to 3, and all that follow him. Also some other sibs out of order have been reordered changing their ID numbers. Let me know if you find ID errors especially in the reference sections. * On 13.5.2007 I was put in touch with descendant 34251xy Melanie BURNSIDE of 347 Robert WHITSON 1833-91, son of our brewer 34 Robert WHITSON 1805-83. It seems that this Robert left NZ for London 1883-7, where he married, having a daughter Jesse who had 12 children! Welcome to the family Mel! *
* See South African WHITSON inf from www.national.archives.gov.za at 621. *9.9.2005 I have reordered individuals in correct order. For example the ID number of Robert WHITSON (1805-1883) m Elizabeth FENDER changes from 11 to 34. I've added anchor tags so you can skip downways in the file & one at end to return to the Contents. *5.4.2005 Update of branch of Arch TELFORD 34351 by Rhonda NORTH with 4 photos *9.3.2004 Photo & material on Rev. R McKINNEY of Mahurangi where Rbt WHITSON farmed hops *2004 Photo of family of 7421 11 Robin WHITSON. *2004 "The Songs of the Morning" on CD - see under 7234 13. *2003 Go to 11 2-Helen WHITSON (b13.10.1783) & click there on the deans.html link to her descendants in NZ, Canada & USA! She has ID 0 there.For my other family trees, see my Genealogy home-page at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/genealogy.htmlCONTENTS A4-page numbers
HOW ABOUT ANOTHER WHITSON REUNION?
a. Sources, acknowledgements & privacy 3 b. Introduction c. Abbreviations used 5 d. Dates e. The numbering systems used 61. Our WHITSON family tree
2. WHITSON Clues 215
3. Clues for FENDER, HAY, HOGG, SHIELS, WATT 211
3.1 Our FENDER family, 3.2 FENDER clues 222 3.8 SHIELS clues 227, 3.(10) WATT clues 230 4. Related websites 232Appendix 1: Who lives where by country & town 236
Appendix 2: Family names -where they first appear 244
Appendix 3: The dictionary of British surnames 251 Appendix 4: Family Reunions - when and whereAppendix 5: The 4th generation with descendants alive today 252
Appendix 6: Family on email 253
Appendix 7: Photos of Scotland at www.capitalcollections.org.uk 254
a. SOURCES, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & PRIVACY This family tree is the combined labour of many people, including 3493 52 Kit WITHERS, 101 Allington Road, Wellington 6012, New Zealand ph 04 476 9554 email kitw"att"slingshot.co.nz 3464 42 IJ Ian JOHNSTONE 03 489 1339 in 2004.2010 ianrichard"att"hotmail.co.nz *2010: 12 Ward Street, P. O. Box 300 32 Momona, Dunedin 9073 Tel 03 486 1335 3464 12 SJ Sid JORDAN, 14 Coleraine Place, Howick, Auckland tel. 09-274-1300 email Elsid"att"xtra.co.nz Sid JORDAN scanned the 2nd edition of the WHITSON tree that Kit WITHERS put out in 1978 into a Microsoft Word file. (The photos were scanned as tif files by Sid JORDAN, and sent to me on CD Rom. I have reduced them to jpg files to reduce file size.) Sid then updated it with "The Australian descendants of Robert WHITSON 1805-1883" (1989) by Kit WITHERS, and the new material Ian's 1989 update. Sid's beautiful version with colour photos came out for the reunion in Gisborne 3-4.6.1995. Ian put out "The Family Tree of George JOHNSTONE and Agnes WATT" (1989). 3412 41 MW Maureen WILLIAMS migrated from our African branch to NZ in 1993 & has helped to update that branch in 2001. mauwill"att"clear.net.nz Her son Alan in Jo'burg has also made an addition. 3419 21 GK Geoffrey KINGMA of Toronto made contact 18.2.2004 & has also made an invaluable addition to the South African branch. gkingma"att"gmail.com 2017 Other computer genealogists in the family are 3424 43 Murray & Carol JOHNSTONE, 3429 52 Ray & Paulette JOHNSTONE, 3423 11 Shean MCCONNELL, who has put out a family history for his immediate branch in Ireland, from which I've excerpted some material, & 3434 12 Elizabeth & Ross ELLIFFE. 31x Ken SONNE "KS" made contact 10.8.2003. Unfortunately I have not kept a record of all the earlier contributers. PRIVACY ISSUES The primary purpose of these family trees is to preserve the history of the families and to enable contact between members. So I include living members and a method of contact if I can. If for any reason you would like your contact details excluded please let me know.Here is the motto! -No, file lost.
b. INTRODUCTION THE WHITSON FAMILY CREST (collection of Bruce CATO) (This is also the crest of the family of Sir Thomas B. WHITSON, save for their motto 'Coelitus vires' 'Strength is from heaven': the Baronage of 'Angus and Mearns'). The College of Heralds notes: The surname WHITSON was first recorded in Scotland in 1369, when William QUHITSONE was appointed baille of the town of Perth. Since then the name has become particularly associated with the county of Roxburgh where it is generally WHUTSON and whare indeed scholars differ as to the precise origin of the name. Some contend that it is a patronymic being derived from the personal name of the father of the original bearer and signifying simply "son of WHITE" while others favour a baptismal origin with the name being ascribed to one who was born on Whitsunday. ... References after 1369 include the witnessing by John QUHYTSON of a charter i Inuerpetery in 1454, and the leasing of lands of Le Peblis (Peebles) in 1484 and again in 1498 by Thomas QUHITSONE. Thomas WHITSON was notary and writer in Kirktoun of Ratray in 1688, and another Thomas WHITSON was an important burgher of Dundee in 1823. ... In 1774 one of the passengers on the ship DIANA bound for Maryland was Elizabeth WHITSEN a 19 yeard old mantua maker. Notable bearers of the name have included Sir Thomas and Lady Mabel WHITSON of Prestonfield House in Edinburgh. Sir Thomas wa an eminent County Alderman and Justice of the Peace, Deputy Lieutenant of the County and Fellow of the Royal Society in Edinburgh. The arms described below were awarded in 1912 to the WHITSONs of Blairgourie and Brechin, whose family included David WHITSON (1827-1896), a solicitor, and Henry WHITSON (b1893), killed in 1918, and Ronald Shiress WHITSON, a Lieutenant in the Royal Scots Dragoons. BRAZON OF ARMS: Azure, the sun in his splendour, argent, a chief ermine. CREST: An arm in armour endowed, holding a broken lance, all proper. MOTTO: Dominus fiducia mea = My trust rests in the Lord From the fourth version of "THE WHITSON FAMILY" by Sir Thomas B. WHITSON, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, (unpublished manuscript): CREST: as above MOTTO: Coelitus vires = Strength is from heaven ( the Baronage of'Angus and Mearns').
"The tradition in the family handed down is that there were three Norwegian brothers who, in the old Viking days, came over in their galleys and remained in Scotland. One landed in the estuary of the Tay, one in Berwickshire, and the third in Galloway. He who landed in the Tay was called QUITSON, as near as the sound can be spelt, although the name really was WHITSON - the son of White. (The name is pronounced Quhitson in Shetland today - 1935)." For general background reading on the County of East Lothian where Robert WHITSON's ancestors are from, try your librarian eg:- PREBBLE "1000 Years of Scottish History" ANDERSON, William "The Scottish Nation" 3 vols. Edinburgh 1878-80 DONALDSON, Gordon "Church and Nation through 16 centuries" Edinburgh 1960 SMOUT, T.C. "A History of the Scottish People; 1560-1830" London 1969 GRAHAM, Henry Grey "The Social Life of Scotland in the 18th century" 4th Ed. 2 vols. 1937 MACKENZIE, Agnes Muir "Scotland In Modern Times, 1720-1939" 1941 A complementary account of Robert WHITSON's family is given in "The Merchant Princes of Princes Street" by Nola EASDALE, Civic Trust, Auckland City Council Press (1980). Sadly, Nola died 18.2.2013. For ease of reference, I have given every person a number. For example, 123 is the third child of 12. His or her fourth child will be 1234. (Sometimes I have had to guess the order of birth). The first edition (of 100 copies) of this family tree with many old photos was prepared in haste by me under the title "The Family of Robert WHITSON, Brewer" for the first N.Z. WHITSON Family Reunion held on March 10-11th, 1978, at 29 Princes St., Auckland, the home built in 1869 by George JOHNSTONE and his wife Elizabeth WHITSON (342). See Appendix 3 for details. The second edition of 100 copies (12?.5.1978), besides having a more accurate title, has many extra photographs and details. Some people have been renumbered (the children of 34214, 342152, 3434312, 3429), but to avoid too much confusion I decided to retain the earlier numbering for people born before 1900. For example, I have since discovered siblings to 2 older than him, but have not renumbered him. Some of the IDs in Appendix 1 may not have been corrected: 3 Thomas WHITSON m Mary SHIELS had ID 1 34 Rbt WHITSON m El FENDER had ID 11, so 342 El WHITSON m Geo JOHNSTONE had ID 112. Let me know if you see some of these errors. - 21.2.2007.1. OUR WHITSON FAMILY TREE
c. ABBREVIATIONS USED bapt. baptised c about df de facto div. divorced dsp died without children E W N S compass points m married; if this is omitted, it is indicated by sp- for "spouse" m1 married first m2 married second NSW New South Wales, Australia NZ New Zealand NZMC NZ Military Corps? Qld. Queensland, Australia SA South Australia sp spouse: for example 342 Elizabeth WHITSON m sp-George JOHNSTONE so he is also referred to as sp-342
d. DATES When known, the dates and places of birth and death follow each name. For example 346 3-Elizabeth WHITSON (30.09.1840 Leith,Scotland-18.10.1899 Makaraka) However the first date/place will be the christening or baptism date/place if before c1830.
e. THE NUMBERING SYSTEMS (i) The number at the start of the line indicates his order of descent from the initial couple "0 0-Thomas WHITSON" and sp-Agnes HOGG". For example their 3rd child is 3 1-Thomas WHITSON, farmer. His 2nd child is 34 2-Robert WHITSON (24.3.1805-26.11.1883) His 6th child is 346 3-Elizabeth WHITSON (30.09.1840 Leith,Scotland-18.10.1899 Makaraka) Her 3rd child is 3463 4-Jessie Grahame JOHNSTONE (13.04.1868 Logie,Perth,Scotland-23.09.1959) and so on. The 10th child of 34221 is 34621 (10) 6-Helen 'Lavinia' TOMBLESON (18.11.1934 Otoko) Note the gap inserted every 5th digit for ease of reading numbers more than 5 digits. (ii) The generation number precedes the name. For example the "4--" in 3423 4-Jessie Grahame JOHNSTONE (13.04.1868 Logie,Perth,Scotland-23.09.1959) indicates she is 4th generation. So to see who her siblings are one can either scan for adjacent "4--" or scan for 3421, 3422, 3424, .... Generally a spouse's generation number is not given. However for a second marriage it is sometimes given (for example "m2 4-sp-") as an aid to finding their spouse above.
SUMMARY A4-page numbers DETAILS 1723-1756 10 Probable father of 0 Thomas below: James WHITSON m1 sp-Elizabeth WATT, m2 1756 Agnes RIND/RHIND OUR WHITSON FAMILY: 0 Thomas WHITSON of Prestonkirk m 1755 Agnes HOGG 11 1 James WHITSON 1756 Prestonkirk m Katherine FOULER 1758 11 Helen WHITSON 1782 Prestonkirk m John SIVES DEANS branch in NZ 16 James WHITSON 1799 Athelstaneford-1866 Haddington 12 m Margaret BURNSIDE 3 Thomas WHITSON 1761 m 1791 Whitekirk Mary SHIELS 14 32 Thomas WHITSON 1795 Whitekirk m Marrion HOWDEN 1795 15 321 Janet WHITSON 1818 Haddington m William PATERSON 16 323 Catherine WHITSON 1822 Haddington m James FISHER 182634 Robert WHITSON (1805-1883) m Elizabeth FENDER - emigrated to NZ 18
341 Kate LC WHITSON (1832-1911) m James AINSLIE Melbourne, OZ 32
3413 Lizzie Elizabeth AINSLIE m John MURRAY (-1910) 3414 Sarah Dunbar AINSLIE (-1941) m Dr. Jim AGNEW 33 3415 James Walter AINSLIE (1863) m Miriam Agnes INGLIS Perth 34 34152 Lt. Colonel James AINSLIE (1899) m Jill CLEMONS 34153 Robert AINSLIE (1909) DSO m Alice von BLANCKENSEE 35 3416 Robert WHITSON AINSLIE (1868-1920) m Alice SARRE 36 34162 Bob AINSLIE (1908 Gawler) m Goldie CLARK 34163 Jessie AINSLIE (1913 Pt Lincoln) m Roland PUCKRIDGE 37 342 Robert WHITSON 1833 Haddington m Fanny CLARIDGE 38346 Elizabeth WHITSON 1840 South Leith-1899 Makaraka m George JOHNSTONE 1839 Stirling, Scotland-1886 Makaraka 40
3461 George JOHNSTONE 1865 Stirling-1942 Gisborne m 'Cathy' Sarah Catherine GREENE 48 34611 Aube JOHNSTONE 1891 Gisborne-1976 Whangarei m Charles Petersen JUDD 1891 Gisborne-1967 Gisborne 52 34612 Dulcia JOHNSTONE 1892 Gisborne-1933 Wairoa m Arthur Forbes FYSON 1895 Gisborne-1957 Wairoa 60 34614 Althea JOHNSTONE 1895 Gisborne-1958 Gisborne m Henry `Russell' BALL 1900 Whangarei-1977 Gisborne 63 34615 George `Royden' JOHNSTONE 1897 Gisborne-1991 Auckland 72 m Reta Ellen TURNER 1897 Gisborne-1986 Auckland 34616 Jessie JOHNSTONE 1900 Gisborne-1989 Gisborne 75 m John Wallace CAMERON 1887 Tasmania-1978 Gisborne 34617 Ronald `Keith' JOHNSTONE 1901 Gisborne-1980 78 m Freda PISTOR 1900 Dunedin-1984 Gisborne3462 Lizzie JOHNSTONE 1867 Stirling, Scotland-1956 m Capt. John TOMBLESON 1866 England-1938 Auckland 81
34621 Henry `Frank' TOMBLESON 1892 Gisborne-1960 Gisborne 82 m Winifred WADDINGHAM 1891 Lincolnshire-1976 Gisborne 34622 `Jock' TOMBLESON 1893 Gisborne-1974 Gisborne 90 m `May' DODS 1896 Gisborne-1971 Gisborne 34623 `Ted' Cecil TOMBLESON 1895 Gisborne-1941 Gisborne 92 m Nora Leslie HUGHES 1885 Pahiatua-1972 Gisborne 34624 `Rell' Walter TOMBLESON 1897 Otonga-1991 Gisborne 96 m Jessie Ethel GRAHAM 1901 Gisborne 34626 Thomas `Grahame' TOMBLESON 1901 Newstead-1967 Gisborne 99 m Mary `Dorothy' MANDER 1899 Gisborne-1963 Gisborne 34628 Jack TOMBLESON (1907-1983) m Alice GILLINGHAM 1033463 Jessie JOHNSTONE 1868 Logie,Perth,Scotland-1959 104 m Alexander TODD 1871 Lanark, Glasgow-1966 Gisborne
34633 Alexander TODD (1907) m Florence NEWMAN3464 Robert JOHNSTONE 1869 Auckland-1934 Wairoa 105 m `Matty' Marion TODD 1878 Scotland-1954 Auckland
34641 Marie JOHNSTONE (1907-1990) m Aussie JORDAN 106 34643 Mollie JOHNSTONE (1912-1971 ) m Lawrence BATES 110 34644 Hori JOHNSTONE (1915-1983) m Mavis HARWOOD 1113467 Grahame JOHNSTONE 1874 Auckland-1938 Gisborne 115 m `Rose' Minna EBELING 1874 London-1968 Gisborne
34671 Juliet JOHNSTONE (1907-1989) m Roy LEGGETT 1163469 Gordon JOHNSTONE 1878 Auckland-1957 Te Puke 117 m Lucy EBELING 1878 Turangi-1956 Te Puke
34691 Ham JOHNSTONE (1909-1990) m Cathrine VOLTZ 118 34695 Bunty JOHNSTONE (1916-1984) m Mavis YEOMAN 120347 Mary Anne WHITSON (1834) m George W TELFORD Melbourne, Oz 122
OZ 3472 Elizabeth TELFORD (1872-1944) m Sir Stephen MORELL 123 34722 Sheila MORELL (1907-1977) m Geoffrey ARMSTRONG 34723 Rodney MORELL 1910 m1 Peggy STRUTT m2 Naomi GREEN 124 34724 Donald MORELL (1910-1985) m Cynthia KEON-COHEN 3475 George W TELFORD (1875-1953) m Vera Laura BAILEY 125 34751 Archie TELFORD ( 1907- 1981 ) m Phyllis WHITE349 Thomas WHITSON (1844-1881) m Fanny DEACON Auckland, NZ 130
3492 Dora WHITSON (1871) m Frederick SM MURRAY 138 34921 Gordon MURRAY (1908-c2000) m Rosa HOOD 3493 Lisa WHITSON (1872-1936) m Edward S WITHERS 139 *my line 34933 Maurice WITHERS m Dweena FOOTE - see link 34935 Wynn WITHERS m Laurette RUSSELL - see link 3494 Robert WHITSON (1874) m Margaret Mary LEECE 144 34941 Doris WHITSON (c1903-1971) m Jack MANSON 152 3496 Muriel WHITSON 1881 Auckland-1969 m Tucker COLLINS 1574 Elspeth WHITSON (1764 bp Whitekirk) m Robert HOGG 162
46 Jane HOGG 1796 Haddington-1877 Haddington m Thomas PRITCHARD 1793 Ancrum, Roxburgh-1859 465 Janet PRITCHARD 1831 Haddington-1899 Haddington 163 m John JOHNSTONE 1831 Dunbar-1899 Haddington 4651 Jane JOHNSTONE 1853 Haddington-1924 Haddington 164 m William WILSON 1849 Kinross-1924 Haddington 46512 Elizabeth WILSON 1880 Haddington-1954 m Archibald STORI 1875 Haddington-19517 Archibald WHITSON 1771 Prestonkirk m Mary HARDIE 165
71 Thomas WHITSON (1816-1856) m Elizabeth Clark MacLEAN 166
711 Archibald WHITSON 1843-1929 South Africa m ROBINSON South Africa branch 7112 Dick WHITSON (1875-1940) m Gertrude WAKEFIELD 169 71121 Alistair WHITSON (d S Africa) m ? 171 71122 Sonny WHITSON (d S Africa) Twin m Marian HART? 71123 Thelma WHITSON (d S Africa) Twin m Kenneth HAY 71124 Maurice WHITSON (1904-1975) m Mildred EDMEADES 71125 Keith WHITSON (d by 2001) m Greta 172 7113 William J WHITSON (1877) m Ethel Nora SCOTT 71132 Kingsley WHITSON (1907-1969) m Ann De JAEGER 71133 Mel WHITSON (1908-1995) m Zoe SCHULZE 173 7115 `Nibs' WHITSON (Queenstown) m SHAW 174 7119 Edwin Thomas WHITSON (1879) m Ada Annie BASTIN 71191 Archibald WHITSON (1913-1969) m Barbara OLD 176 71192 Eva WHITSON (1914) m1 Ronald KINGMA m2 Wm TEMPLEMAN 71193 Sydney WHITSON (1920-1955) m Eileen 177712 Agnes WHITSON (1814 Hanover-1873) m2 Jackson McGOWN b N Ireland
7122 Pat McGOWN (1876 Belfast-1956) m Dora May THORNTON 71222 Frank McGOWAN (1915) MD,OBE m Dr Pamela WATSON 179 7123 Lisa McGOWN 1877 Belfast-1956 m Sir Joseph McCONNELL 180 71231 Sir Terence McCONNELL 1902-1987 m1 Rose READE 181 71232 Patricia McCONNELL 1908-1989 m John CAMPBELL DL MP 184 71233 Lt Desmond McCONNELL 1912-1986 m Honor RAMSAY 185 7125 Marie McGOWN (1881 Belfast-1958) m Samuel KINGHAN 71252 Major Frank KINGHAN 1911 m1 Maureen McWATTERS 186 71254 Lt Boy KINGHAN (1921-1991) m Esme WEBB 7127 Balfour McGOWN 1887 Belfast-1960 m Blanche RAMSAY 71272 Sonia McGOWN 1928 m John SCRUTTON, FRICS of Kent 187 71273 Melville McGOWN 1931 m Stephanie MAYNE713 Thomas W WHITSON 1847 Haddington-1922 m Isabella GRANT Dunedin, NZ 188
7134 Ina WHITSON 1878-1933 m Capt. Gerald Stokely DOORLY 189 71341 Geraldine DOORLY (1913 Dunedin) m Charles WILSON 71342 Dorothy DOORLY 1919-2000 m William FREED b Poland 193 7135 Rosalind WHITSON (1888 Dunedin-1970) m Edgar ELLIOTT 198 71351 Margaret ELLIOTT (1922 Auckland) m Alfred MAYLOR 71352 Jean ELLIOTT (1926 Auckland) m Jack ADAMS 199714 James A WHITSON 1849 Haddington-1899 m Marion SMITH Auckland 200
7141 Sophia WHITSON (1885 Auckland-1952) m Ernest WRIGHT 201 71412 Molly WRIGHT (1917 Dunedin) m Phillip LAERY 202 71413 Noel WRIGHT (1920 Auckland) m Rae McCAULEY 71414 Jim WRIGHT (1927 Auckland-1995) m Sybil RHODES 203 7142 Elsi WHITSON 1887 Auckland-1973 m Colin SM HAMLIN 71421 Deryck HAMLIN 1913-1987 Adelaide m Connie RESPINGER 71422 Merle HAMLIN 1914 Auckland m Murray JONES 204 71423 Cushla HAMLIN 1916 Dargaville m Sydney HOVEY 71424 Winnie HAMLIN 1917 Dargaville-2002 m Jack PRESTON 205 7143 Aggie WHITSON 1890 Hay-1974 m Charles Henry CATO 206 71431 Raymond CATO 1925 Auckland m Pat CATRAN 71432 Bruce CATO 1929 Auckland m1 1957 Rosemary SHORTLAND 74 James WHITSON m Elizabeth FAWTHROP 209 742 (Archibald) Stansfield WHITSON (1848/9 Haddington-NZ) 211 A NZ branch 7421 Archibald WHITSON (1884-1949) m Isobel BROWN 212 74211 Bill WHITSON (1916 Dannevirke-1986) m Joyce AHEARN ............................................................. DETAILS: 1723-1756: Probable father of 0 Thomas below: (0 to 4 at the start below are from the IGI at www.familysearch.com under Prestonkirk C&M117172 1658-1821, C&M117174 1820-1855, C&M117171 1855-1875) 0 0-James WHITSON m1 sp-Elizabeth WATT [presumably James WHITSUN m 08 JUN 1723 Prestonkirk, East Lothian m sp-Elizabeth]This photo of Prestonkirk Church was sent by AB 2005.
[Presumably he is James WHITSON (died 30-31.7.1756) brewer in Prestonpans, East Lothian, Scotland (I have a copy of the inventory of his goods July 1756: 34 Pounds Sterling & in Scots money to the sum of 411 Pounds) with daughter, 1 1-Marion WHITSON m sp-Sinclair INAITER Master in the Regiment of Light Cavalry.] 2 1-Elizabeth WHITSON bp 21 FEB 1725 Prestonkirk, East Lothian m 08 JUN 1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Alexander FORBES June 8th 1755 "Alex'r FORBES and Elizabeth WHITSON both in this parish gave up their names for proclamation and were married" - ex Lesley A 21 2-Elizabeth FORBES bp: 16 JAN 1756 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland 22 2-Elspeth FORBES bp: 23 DEC 1759 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland 23 2-Mary FORBES bp: 31 JAN 1764 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland 3 1-Jean WHITSON bp 05 JUN 1731 Prestonkirk, East Lothian m 28 JUN 1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Adam KING 'Adam KING and Jean WHITSON both in this parish gave up their names for proclamation and were married.' - Lesley A ex Scotlandspeople Adam KING was a witness at the baptism in 1756 of James (1 below), the first child of Thomas WHITSON and Agnes HOGG. 31 2-Patrick KING 1756 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 32 2-James KING 1757 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 33 2-Jean KING bp 09 APR 1759 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 34 2-Adam KING 1763 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 4 1-Janet WHITSON bp 01 AUG 1736 Prestonkirk, East Lothian [0 0-James WHITSON] m2 29.7.1756 Agnes RIND (or RHIND) (died 1769 before May 14). They had a postnuptial contract. I have a copy of the inventory when she died. See *1757 James WHITSON brewer in Prestonpans m Agnes RIND in 1. of wills.html She was sister of John & David RHINDS (alive 12.7.1769). John RIND, tobacconist of Prestonpans was cautioner on 18.3.1757.This James' will is the 1st of 3 wills at 1. of
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html Searching in www.familysearch.org under Agnes RHIND gives a large number, e.g. Born:28 Oct 1764 Christened:4 Nov 1764 Prestonpans, East Lothian, Scotland Father: David RHIND Mother: Giles/Giels WEIR ...................................................................... A probable son of 0 James (b between 2 Elizabeth & 3 Jean?) is our ancestor: 0 0-Thomas WHITSON of Prestonkirk, East Lothian However CNN gives him as TW 30.8.1732 Tranent, East Lothian son of 0 Patrick WHITSON .4.1696 Coupar Angus,Angus,Scotland &m Marion SLIGH (SLEIGH) 1 Agnes WHITSON 27 Nov 1725 Tranent, East Lothian 2 James WHITSON 1.10.1727 Tranent, East Lothian 3 Alexander WHITSON 13.7.1729 Tranent, East Lothian 4 Thomas WHITSON 14.6.1731 Tranent, East Lothian 5 Thomas WHITSON 30.8.1732 Tranent, East Lothian m 9.12.1755 Prestonkirk Agnes HOG 6 Patrick WHITSON 10.2.1735 Tranent, East Lothian Lesley A has kindly sent me the title page of a document mentioning a Thomas WHITSON brewing in Dalkeith in 1765: the Duke of Buccleuch was trying to exact a tax on barley brought to his mill, and the brewers were resisting. - Is this the same Thomas? m 9.12.1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Agnes HOGG of Prestonkirk. CN: bp 15 Oct 1727 Haddington, East Lothian. 7 ch'n. IGI: . Thomas WHITSON m 9 Dec 1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian to Agnes HOG M117172 1658-1821.Thomas WHITSON & Agnes HOG both in this parish gave up their names
for proclamation & were married Decr 9th. - Here is the image, courtesy of Lesley A. The image sent by DVR 1.8.08 gives the same wording but with date 8.1.1756. NB The same page gives June 8 1755 Alex FORBES & Elizabeth WHITSON both in this Parish gave up their names for proclamation and were married. The probable parents of Agnes HOGG are William HOGG and Elizabeth CUMMINS who had at Haddington Parish Robert (b. 1720), John, Agnes (b. 1727), and Elizabeth (b. 1729). William and Robert HOGG were witnesses at the baptism in 1768 of Agnes WHITSON (5). Searching in www.familysearch.org/ gives Agnes HOG bp 15 Oct 1727 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland Father: William HOG, Mother: Elspet CUMMING Thomas WHITSON and Agnes HOGG had at least 6 children (1 to 6 below) between 1756 & 1771. See 3.5 Our HOGG family below. ........................................................................... 1 1-James WHITSON (16.9.1756 bp 19.9.1756 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland before Adam KING and Robert HOGG). "2nd son James WHITSON born Oct 17, 1763 in Prestonkirk" -KS. m 16.11.1782 at Prestonkirk sp-Katherine FOULER/FOWLER (29.1.1758 Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland) daughter of George FOWLER and Helen TAILYER/TAYLOR. At least 7 children. 11 2-Helen WHITSON (b 13.10.1783, bp 17.10.1782 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland before Thomas WHITSON and Archibald COCKBURN, died in Scotland) Her bp is on IGI at C117172 1658-1820. m 26.5.1810 Dirleton, East Lothian sp-John SIVES/SIVESS Descendants arrived in Dunedin in the 1860's on board the ship "HENRIETTA".For their 5 children & descendants, thanks mainly to
Ken SONNE, Margaret MACPHERSON & Myrna SWANGER, click here to go to http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/deans/deans.html 12 2-Thomas WHITSON (26.3.1785 bp 3.4.1785 before Thomas WHITSON and Robert HOGG). 2.8.08 DVW sent me an image of the entry from www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk - "3.4.1785 Thomas son to James WHITSON & Katherine FOWLER in Martle.." (Martle is not on http://www.old-maps.co.uk/ or google maps.) 13 2-Thomas WHITSON b2.5.1789 White Kirk, East Lothian bp 8.5.1789 -MS. 14 2-Agnes WHITSON (26.12.1790 Tynninghame, East Lothian) MS: b 19.12.1790 Whitekirk. 15 2-Katherine WHITSON b 16.7.1795 Dunbar, East Lothian d 1870 at 75 -MS. m sp-John FINLEY 1793-1850 151 3-James FINLEY 1821-1895 16 2-James WHITSON b 17.4.1799 Athelstaneford bp 28.4.1799 d 28.6.1866 Haddington, East Lothian -MS. m sp-Margaret BURNSIDE bp 5.6.1796 d 17.8.1880 Haddington, East Lothian of Disease of the heart aged 66 Farmer - d cert informant son 162 James - sent me 2.12.08 by Robert FAHEY bobfahey"att"bigpond.net.au 1841 Somnerfield Mains, Haddington, East Lothian: ID James WHITSON 35 1806 East Lothian, Scotland Farmer 16 Margaret WHITSON 35 1806 East Lothian, Scotland Margaret WHITSON 10 1831 Scotland 161 James WHITSON 10 1831 Scotland 162 Andrew WHITSON 8 1833 Scotland 163 1851 Somnerfield Mains, Haddington, East Lothian: ID James WHITSON Head M 49 1802 Eurtluth, East Lothian Gardnera Copy Hannun 16 M WHITSON Wife M 49 1802 Madron, East Lothian Margt WHITSON Daur 22 1831 Inarsk, Midlothian 161 James WHITSON Son 22 1831 Inarsk, Midlothian Gardner 162 Andrew WHITSON Son 18 1833 Inarsk, Midlothian Ingener 163 Dewees GRUNT Servant 30 1821 Caskoya, East Lothian James FINLEY RELATIVE 28 1823 Athalitanfeld, E Black Smith ?? 1861 Somnerfield, Haddington, East Lothian: James WHITSON Head M 60 1801 Haddington, East Lothian Farmer Gardener of 22 Ac Margaret WHITSON Wife M 60 1801 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland Margaret WHITSON Daur 30 1831 Woallyford, W Lothian, Scotland 161 Andrew WHITSON Son 25 1836 Woallyford, W Lothian Engine Smith 163 Elizabeth WHITSON Granddaur 7 1854 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland 1621 Robert Burnside Servant 20 1841 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland Ploughman 1871 Gallow Green Fens, Haddington, East Lothian: Margaret WHITSON Head 71 1800 Haddington, East Lothian Andrew WHITSON Son 28 1843 Inveresk, Midlothian Millwright 163 161 3-Margaret WHITSON bp 27.5.1827 Inveresk, Edinburgh 1841-1861 with parents. 162 3-James WHITSON bp 27.5.1827 Inveresk, Edinburgh d 30.9.1885 Haddington, East Lothian at 58. 1841-51 with parents. m 2.1.1853 Haddington, East Lothian M117099 1820-1854 [banns?] m 10.1.1853 North Berwick, East Lothian M117137 1820-1855 sp-Margaret WHITECROSS Chn ex IGI C117091. 1861 Court Street, Haddington, East Lothian: James WHITSON Head 33 1828 Wallyford, Edinburghshire Gardener 162 Margret WHITSON Wife 33 1828 North Berwick, Haddingtonshire Margret WHITSON Daur 5 1856 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1622 Janet WHITSON Daur 4 1857 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1623 James WHITSON Son 2 1859 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1624 Relakeh STORIE Servant 14 1847 Longniddry, Haddingtonshire 1871 Summerfield Mains, Haddington, East Lothian: James WHITSON Head 44 1827 Inveresk, Edinburghshire Farmer & Gardener 162 Margaret WHITSON Wife 46 1825 Berwick, Haddingtonshire Elizabeth B WHITSON Daur 17 1854 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1621 Maggie B WHITSON Daur 15 1856 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1622 Janet w WHITSON Daur 14 1857 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1623 James WHITSON Son 12 1859 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 1624 Andrew WHITSON Son 9 1862 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 1626 Richard H WHITSON Son 4 1867 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1626 James KENNIE Servant 18 1853 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Farm Servant 1881 Hope Park, Haddington, East Lothian: James WHITSON Head 54 1827 Inveresk, Midlothian Market Gardener 162 Margaret WHITSON Wife 55 1826 No Berwick, Haddingtonshire Janet JOHNSTON Daur 24 1857 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1623 John JOHNSTON Soninlaw 28 1853 Kinross Painter (House) Andrew WHITSON Son 19 1862 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1626 1891 Margaret is with son Andrew 1626. 1621 4-Elisabeth Runciman WHITSON b: 20 AUG 1853 Haddington, East Lothian 1861 with grandparent 16 James & Margaret. 1871 with parents. 1622 4-Margaret Burnside WHITSON b: 11 JAN 1856 Haddington, East Lothian 1861-71 with parents. 1623 4-Janet WHITSON 16 JAN 1857 Haddington-29.11.1933 Haddington MS. 1861-81 with parents. m 29.3.1881 sp-John JOHNSTON 1853 Kinross, Scotland-17.2.1926 Gifford, Scotland 1881 with Janet's parents. 1891 Main Street, Yester, East Lothian: John JOHNSTON Head 38 1853 Kinross, Kinross House Painter Janet JOHNSTON Wife 34 1857 Haddington, East Lothian 1623 Robert JOHNSTON Son 9 1882 Haddington,East Lothian Scholar 16231 James JOHNSTON Son 8 1883 Haddington, East Lothian Scholar 16232 Margaret JOHNSTON Daur 6 1885 Dalkeith, Mid Lothian Scholar 16233 Lilias JOHNSTON Daur 4 1887 Haddington, East Lothian 16234 Andrew JOHNSTON Son 2 1889 Haddington, East Lothian Scholar 16235 Elizabeth JOHNSTON Daur 4 mo 1890 Yester, East Lothian 16236 [Cf 1891 Haddington District Asylum, Haddington, East Lothian: Janet JOHNSTON Patient 34 1857 North Berwick, Haddingtonshire Domestic Servant] 1901 Yester, East Lothian: John JOHNSTON Head 48 1853 Kinross, Kinrossshire House Painter (estate) Janet JOHNSTON Wife 44 1857 Haddington, East Lothian 1623 Robert JOHNSTON Son 19 1882 Haddington,East Lothian Gardener (domestic)16231 James JOHNSTON Son 18 1883 Haddington, East Lothian Shepherd On Farm 16232 Margaret JOHNSTON Daur 16 1885 Haddington, East Lothian 16233 Lilias JOHNSTON Daur 14 1887 Haddington, East Lothian 16234 General Servant (domestic) Andrew JOHNSTON Son 12 1889 Haddington, East Lothian Scholar 16235 Elizabeth JOHNSTON Daur 10 1891 Haddington, East Lothian Scholar 16236 Isabella JOHNSTON Daur 8 1893 Haddington, East Lothian Scholar 16237 Janet JOHNSTON Daur 2 1899 Haddington, East Lothian 16238 16231 5-Robert JOHNSTON 1881 Haddington,East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. 16232 5-James WHITSON JOHNSTON 1882 Haddington, East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. Let me know if you download the following file on him from http://archway.archives.govt.nz JOHNSTON, James WHITSON WW1 69093 Army 1914-18 NZ Defence Force 16233 5-Margaret JOHNSTON 1885 Dalkeith, Mid Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. 16234 5-Lileas Deas JOHNSTON 1886 Haddington, East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. 16235 5-Andrew JOHNSTON 1888 Haddington, East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents 16236 5-Elizabeth JOHNSTON .12.1890 Yester, East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. 16237 5-Isabella JOHNSTON 1893 Haddington, East Lothian 1901 with parents. 16238 5-Janet JOHNSTON 1899 Haddington, East Lothian 1901 with parents. 1624 4-James WHITSON b: 07 JUN 1858 Haddington, East Lothian 1861-71 with parents. [Cf 714 JW 1850 Haddington, East Lothian.] [[NOT 1881 Labourers Cottage, Dunbar, East Lothian: William WHITSON Head 47 1834 Spott, Haddington Farm Servant NOT 162 Margaret WHITSON Wife 47 1834 Dunbar, Haddington James WHITSON Son 21 1860 Dunbar, Haddington Farm Servant NOT 1624 Barbra Watson Daur 19 1862 Dunbar, Haddington Farm Servant Henry Watson Son 16 1865 Dunbar, Haddington Groom NOT 1881 Scotts Close H. Street C S 1 F, Dalkeith, Midlothian: James WHITSON Head 30 1851 Humbie, Haddingtonshire Vanman Jane WHITSON Wife 26 1855 Lasswade, Edinburghshire Nellie WHITSON Daur 3 1878 Dalkeith, Edinburghshire Alexander WHITSON Son 1 1880 Dalkeith, Edinburghshire David RITCHIE Lodger 36 1845 Alva, Stirlingshire Grocers Assistant]] 1625 4-Peter WHITSON b: 05 SEP 1859 Haddington, East Lothian 1861+? 1626 4-Andrew WHITSON b: 07 JUL 1861 Haddington, East Lothian 1871-81 with parents. m sp-Margaret 1861 Glencarse, Perthshire 1891 Riding School, Haddington, East Lothian: Andrew WHITSON Head M 29 1862 Wemyss, Fifeshire Market Gardener 1626 Margaret WHITSON Wife M 30 1861 St Meadows, Perthshire James WHITSON Son 9 mo 1890 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 16261 Margaret WHITSON Mother 69 1822 North Berwick, Haddingtonshire 1901 West Port Gardens, Haddington, East Lothian: Andrew WHITSON Head M 39 1862 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Market Gardener 1626 Margaret WHITSON Wife M 40 1861 Glencarse, Perthshire James WHITSON Son 10 1891 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 16261 Edward WHITSON Son 8 1893 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 16262 Margaret WHITSON Daur 5 1896 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 16263 NB The 1911 census is not available on ancestry for Scotland & Ireland on 17.2.2014. 16261 5-James WHITSON 1891 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1891-1901 with parents. 16262 5-Edward WHITSON 1893 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1901 with parents. 16263 5-Margaret WHITSON 1896 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1901 with parents. 1627 4-Margaret Burnside WHITSON b: 23 JUN 1862 Haddington, East Lothian 1871? 1628 4-Richard Whitecross WHITSON b: 15 DEC 1866 Haddington, East Lothian 1871-81 with parents. ?1891 148 Dundee St, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian: Richard WHITSON Head 29 1862 Direleton Rubber Worker Margaret WHITSON Wife 40 1861 Haddington Richard WHITSON Son 7 1884 Edinburgh Scholar John WHITSON Son 4 1887 Edinburgh Henry WHITSON Son 2 1889 Edinburgh Robert WHITSON Son 1 mo 1891 Edinburgh William KIRK Lodger 22 1869 Kirkcudbright Stoker 1901 7 Cathcart Place, Edinburgh West Coates, Midlothian: Richard WHITSON Head 38 1863 Haddington, Dirleton Rubber Worker Margret K WHITSON Wife 40 1861 Haddington, Spott Richard WHITSON Son 17 1884 Edinburgh Rubber Worker John WHITSON Son 14 1884 Edinburgh Telegraph Messenger William C WHITSON Son 8 1893 Edinburgh Scholar 163 3-Andrew WHITSON 1833/1836 Woallyford, W Lothian. 1841-1861 with parents. 1871 with mother. 1881 Tyneside Smiths Close, Haddington, East Lothian: Andrew WHITSON Head 44 1837 Inveresk, Edinburghshire Millwright 1891 Mitchells Close, Haddington, East Lothian: Andrew WHITSON Head 50 1841 Wallyford, Edinburghshire Millwright 1901 High St, Haddington, East Lothian: Andrew WHITSON Head 64 1837 Inveresk, Edinburghshire Millwright 17 2-Elspeth WHITSON b 7.1.1803 -MS bp: 16 JAN 1803 Haddington. IGI: dr of James WHITSON & Catherine FOULER. 1841+? 2 1-William WHITSON b 3.10.1758 -MS. Wm WHITSOM sic b 1858 Whitekirk, East Lothian to Thomas WHITSOM & Agnes HOGG - British Vital Records No. 2 via FS.3 1-Thomas WHITSON
MS: b 27.8.1761. WH ex b cert: b 30.8.1761 Whitekirk and Tyninghame. m 19 NOV 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian sp-Mary SHIELS/SHIER/SHIERS/SHEARS/SHEALS IGI: . Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian m Mary SHIERS M117234 1761 - 1819 . Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Aberlady,East Lothian m Mary SHIER M117025 1751 - 1854 - These could be banns: Thomas is from Whitekirk & I guess Mary from Aberlady. Mary is probably the Mary born to Thomas SHIELL and Christian HENRY on 30.4.1774 and baptised at Prestonkirk on 8.5.1774 before Andrew SHIELL and Peter HAY. Aberlady is on the coast 10m W of Prestonkirk, East Linton & 6 m NNW of Haddington. So Thomas may have been the youngest child. They had at least 3 children (31, 32, 33 below.) NOTE One can subscribe to HENRY-L-request"att"rootsweb.com A descendant is WH William HUME whumescot"att"yahoo.co.uk son of David WHITSON HUME, 1st contact 27.4.09. 31 2-James WHITSON (12.9.1792 Preston, East Lothian, Scotland). Son to Thomas WHITSON and Mary SHIEL. Baptised on 23.9.1792 before James Jamieson and Robert HOGG. 32 2-Thomas WHITSON b 17.1.1795 Whitekirk & Tynninghame, East Lothian to Thomas WHITSON & Mary SHIER d 29.11.1871 East Lothion # Thanks to Christine HARRIS for large parts of this branch- 1st contact 4.7.2013 christine_harris78"att"yahoo.co.uk Christina N Fisher Family on Ancestry m 23.8.1817 Pencaitland, East Lothian sp-Marrion HOWDEN 1795 Gladsmuir, Haddington Banns 17.8.1817 Haddington TW & Marion HOWDON, I guess at TW's church. 1841 East Paucartland, East Lothian: Thomas WHITSON 45 1796 Ag lab 32 Marion WHITSON 45 1796 Janet DALGLIESH 82 1759 1851 Lynifield, Dunbar, East Lothian: Thomas WHITSON 58 1793 Prestonkirk, Haddington Ag lab 32 Mareon WHITSON 56 1795 Gladsmuir, Haddington Thomas WHITSON 28 1823 Haddington, Haddington Ag lab 322 1861 Drylaw Hill, Prestonkirk, East Lothian: Thomas WHITSON 58 1793 Haddingtonshire Farm Servant 32 Mareon WHITSON 56 1795 Gladsmuir, Haddington 1871 Brown Place, Prestonkirk, East Lothian: Thomas WHITSON 83 1788 Whitekirk, Haddington Farm Servant 32 Marion WHITSON 80 1791 Cats, Haddingtonshire 321 3-Janet WHITSON b 15.5.1818 bp 7.6.1818 Haddington m sp-William PATERSON 1823 Auchtertool, Fifeshire 1851 Eweford Cottages, Dunbar, East Lothian: William PATERSON Head 28 1823 Auchtertool, Fifeshire Agricultural labourer Janet WHITSON Wife 31 1820 Haddington, East Lothian Agricultural's wife William PATERSON Son 4 1847 Pencaitland, East Lothian 3211 Thomas PATERSON Son 3 1848 Dunbar, East Lothian 3212 James PATERSON Son 9 mo 1850 Dunbar, East Lothian 3213 3211 4-William PATERSON 1847 Pencaitland, East Lothian 1851 with parents. 3212 4-Thomas PATERSON 1848 Dunbar, East Lothian 1851 with parents. 3213 4-James PATERSON 1850 Dunbar, East Lothian 1851 with parents. 322 3-Thomas WHITSON 22.9.1820 Haddington, East Lothian 323 3-Catherine WHITSON b 11.12.1822 bp 29.12.1822 Haddington C117099 d1899 d 5.8.1899 South Leith, Midlothian m 3.6.1854 Prestonkirk sp-James FISHER 12.8.1825 Garvald, East Lothian, Scotland d 30.5.1893 Whitekirk and Tynninghame, East Lothian 1861 Drylaw Hill, Prestonkirk, East Lothian: James FISHER Head 35 1826 Garvald, Haddingtonshire Farm Servant Catherine FISHER Wife 36 1825 Garvald, Haddingtonshire 323 Marion FISHER Daur 5 1856 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3231 Richard FISHER Son 3 1858 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3232 Thomas FISHER Son 1 1860 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3233 1871 Cottage, Prestonkirk, East Lothian: James FISHER Head 45 1826 Garvald, Haddingtonshire Farm Servant Catherine FISHER Wife 46 1825 Garvald, Haddingtonshire 323 Richard FISHER Son 15 1856 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3232 Thomas FISHER Son 12 1859 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3233 Janet FISHER Daur 9 1862 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3234 James FISHER Son 5 1866 Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire 3235 1881 Lawhead Cottage, Whitekirk and Tynninghame, East Lothian: James FISHER Head 54 1827 Garvald, Haddington Shire Ag lab Catherine FISHER Wife 58 1823 Haddington, Haddington Shire 323 Marion FISHER Daur 25 1856 Prestonkirk,Haddington Shire Formerly Ladies Maid 3231 Richard FISHER Son 23 1858 Prestonkirk, Haddington Shire Ag lab 3232 Thomas FISHER Son 21 1860 Prestonkirk, Haddington Shire Ag lab 3233 James FISHER Son 15 1866 Prestonkirk, Haddington Shire Grocer Apprentice 3235 1891 Farm Cottages, Whitekirk and Tynninghame, East Lothian: James FISHER Head 65 1826 Garvald, Haddingtonshire Farm Steward Catherine FISHER Wife 67 1824 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 323 Marion FISHER Daur 34 1857 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire 3231 3231 4-Marion FISHER 20.7.1855 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire d 5.8.1916 Longmore Hospital for Incurables Edinburgh. 1861,1881-91 with parents. 1871 Marklemains, Prestonkirk, East Lothian with Christian HARDIE & family: Marion FISHER 16 1855 Prestonkirk, E Lothian Domestic Housemaid 3231 3232 4-Richard FISHER 12.7.1857 Drylawhill Prest kirk, Haddington d 26.7.1928 Edinburgh, Midlothian. 1861-81 with parents. m sp-Susan LIVINGSTONE c1860 Woodhall Peneditland, Haddington 1901 1 Canning St Lane, Edinburgh St Cuthbert, Midlothian: Richard FISHER Head 43 1858 Drylawhill Prest kirk, Haddington Coachman 3232 Susan FISHER Wife 41 1860 Woodhall Peneditland, Haddington James FISHER Son 9 1892 St George, Edinburgh Scholar 32321 Robert FREER Boarder 21 1880 Jedburgh, buthayhshire Groom 32321 5-James FISHER 1892 St George, Edinburgh 1901 with parents. 3233 4-Thomas FISHER 21.11.1859 Prestonkirk, East Lothian d 1948 Dunbar, East Lothian 1861-81 with parents. m 13.1.1882 Prestonkirk sp-Margaret DENHOLM 1891 Cottage , Whitekirk, East Lothian: Thomas FISHER Head 31 1860 Prestonkirk, Haddington Farm Servant 3233 Margaret FISHER Wife 30 1861 Dunbar, Haddington James FISHER Son 9 1882 Prestonkirk, Haddington Scholar 32331 Euphemia FISHER Daur 7 1884 Prestonkirk, Haddington Scholar 32332 Catherine FISHER Daur 5 1886 Prestonkirk, Haddington 32333 David J D FISHER Son 3 1882 Dunbar, Haddington 32334 1901 Scoughall Farm Cottage, Whitekirk and Tynninghame, East Lothian: Thomas FISHER Head 41 1860 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire Farm Grieve 3233 Margaret D FISHER Wife 30 1861 Dunbar, Haddingtonshire James FISHER Son 19 1882 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire Ploughman 32331 Euphemia FISHER Daur 17 1884 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Out Worker 32332 Catherine FISHER Daur 15 1886 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Out Worker 32333 Margaret Marion FISHER Daur 10 1891 Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire Scholar 32335 David Denholm FISHER Son 13 1882 Dunbar, Haddingtonshire Scholar 32334 Hellen Denholm FISHER Daur 6 1895 Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire 32336 32331 5-James FISHER 21.1.1882 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire d 1854 Angus, Scotland 1891-1901 with parents. 1911 with sister 32332 Euphemia and her husband. m 1913 sp-Isabella GILLIES b 8.5.1886 Lasswade, Midlothian d 17.7.1951 Fowlis Easter, Angus See CNN tree for 1891, 1901 & parents. 32331 1 6-Christina Notman FISHER 1916 North Berwick, East Lothian d.2.1996 Roslin, Midlothian m sp-Thomas HARRIS 6.3.1915 Scone, Perthshire d 1998 Jedburgh, Roxburghshire 32331 11 7- male b Haddington. 32331 111 8-Christine HARRIS b Perthshire, Scotland She moved to Wellington 2005 2013 in Silverstream, Wellington. 2 chn. christine_harris78"att"yahoo.co.uk Christina N Fisher Family on Ancestry 32331 12 7- male b Haddington. 32332 5-Euphemia FISHER 1883 Prestonkirk, Haddington d 1966 Dalmeny and Queensferry 1891-1901 with parents. m 1908 Dirleton, East Lothian sp-William PEDEN 13.1.1881 Kirkliston, West Lothian 1911 52 West Featon Dirleton, East Lothian: FIND on another ancestry tree William PEDEN Euphemia James FISHER 29 1882 Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire Green Keeper 32332 1 6-Margaret Denholm PEDEN 1909 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 4-13.4.1936 Auckland, New Zealand to Hawaii 32332 2 6-Alexander PEDEN 1911 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 32333 5-Catherine FISHER 1886 Prestonkirk, Haddington d 1950 George Square, Edinburgh. 1891-1901 with parents. m 1913 Dunbar, East Lothian sp-Archibald MURRAY 32334 5-David John Denholm FISHER 1882 Dunbar, Haddington d 23.6.1972 Stenton, East Lothian 1891-1901 with parents. m 1918 East Lothian sp-Isabella Rae LUNAM b 1889 Athelstaneford, East Lothian d 10.10.1969 Stenton, East Lothian 32335 5-Margaret Marion FISHER 29.6.1891 Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire 1901 with parents. m 9.6.1911 Athelstaneford sp-Robert VIRTUE c1890 Direlton 32335 1 6-Margaret VIRTUE 24.9.1913 Dunbar d 1987 Dunbar 32336 5-Hellen Denholm FISHER 1895 Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire d Gladsmuir, East Lothian. 1901 with parents. m 1917 Athelstaneford, East Lothian sp-Robert LOGAN c1890 East Lothian 3234 4-Janet FISHER 27.8.1862 Prestonkirk, Haddington d 29.9.1932 SaltCoats Farm, Gullane, a spinster. 1871 with parents. 3235 4-James FISHER 2.5.1866 Prestonkirk, Haddington 1871-81 with parents 324 3-Euphemia WHITSON b 20.2.1826 bp 19.3.1826 Haddington C117099 325 3-Mary WHITSON 1.10.1831 Pencaitland, East Lothian 33 2-Archibald WHITSON b 10.10.1797 Whitekirk, Haddington, East Lothian Son of Thomas WHITSON & Mary SHIER.34 2-Robert WHITSON b 24.3.1805 Athelstaneford, East Lothian d 26.11.1883 Auckland
The dates are from the tall red stone edifice on his grave (in the WHITSON plot in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Symonds Street, near Grafton Bridge, Auckland). To find it, cross Grafton Bridge to K Rd. On LHS is graveyard. At end of it on K Rd is the Jewish chapel. Their grave is the 2nd behind the chapel, just outside the Jewish graveyard, - a tall pink granite pillar now leaning, with an iron fence round it with a gate. For others buried with him see below. THIS PILLAR IS IN DANGER OF FALLING OVER. I am happy to contribute towards its stabilizing, if others will help also. Emailed ACC 18.4.12. 22.3.12 Graham.Marchant@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz 301 7413 will look into it. 18.11.13 Lynda.Lucas@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz will now deal with this. Reminded her 8.2.2015. Son of Thomas WHITSON & Mary SHEARS -British Vital Records No. 2 via FS. For 1841-51 censuses see following his wife below. http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/exec/dbtwpub.dll & http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/symondsst/sscem.html give: ABSTRACT According to the late 1950's tombstone transcriptions John WHITSON  d 20 October 1875 aged 36 years, Thomas WHITSON  died 8 January 1881 aged 36 years, Robert WHITSON  was born 24 March 1805 and died 26 November 1883 and Elizabeth WHITSON [wife of 34] was born 8 June 1807 and died 27 July 1884. There is also a reference to Catherine JOHNSTONE . The NZ Herald of 15/2/1876 has Mary Armstrong TELFORD  died, daughter of George Weston TELFORD. The New Zealand Herald of 5/12/1907 has Jessie WHITSON  died 3 December 1907, daughter of the late Robert WHITSON, and buried 5 December 1907 in Symonds Street Cemetery. NOTES: The Photographs at Auckland City Libraries of the TOMBSTONE in the Presbyterian section at T 166 of February 1994 (Neg. Nos 2682\25,41387\A\27-38) have "In memory of John WHITSON died 20th October 1875 aged 36 years, Thomas WHITSON died 8th January 1881 aged 36 years" and "Catherine JOHNSTONE died 29 Sep 1872 aged 5 months" and "Robert WHITSON born March 24th 1805 died November 26th 1883, Elizabeth WHITSON born June 8th 1807 died July 27th 1884". Also "Jessie WHITSON, 6th daughter of Robert and Elizabeth WHITSON, died Dec 3rd 1907 aged 64 years" and "Louisa WHITSON [34(10)], youngest daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth ..." and "Erected ... Margaret ARMSTRONG ... daughter of ... Watson TELFORD ... Feb ...". New Zealand Cemetery Records 1800-2007 are at http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=60547 They include the gravestones of those buried with Robert:  John WHITSON d 20.10.1975 at 36,  Thomas WHITSON d 8.1.1881 at 36,  Robert WHITSON b 24.3.1805 d 27.7.1884, [34(10)] youngest dau'r Louisa WHITSON d 19.3.1916 at 72,  Jessie WHITSON dau'r d 3.12.1907 at 64,  Robert son of T WHITSON d 18.1.1870 at 4 months,  Catherine JOHNSTONE d 29.9 18.9.1872 at 5 months,  Margaret Armstrong TELFORD dau of George Watson TELFORD d 14.7.1876 at 10 months. The Auckland Public Library records that Robert WHITSON ( aged 50), Elizabeth (aged 48) and their children John (, aged 18), Elizabeth ( aged 16), Mary Ann ( aged 14), Jessie ( aged 14), Tom ( aged 12) and Louisa ([34(10]) aged 10) left London on 14.6.1857 and arrived in Auckland on 9.10.1857 on the "ANNE LONGTON". Volume 1 p356 of "WHITE WINGS" by Sir Henry BRETT records that the ships passage was "somewhat sensational" giving details of mutinies on board and the captain being obliged to obtain volunteers from the passengers to work the ship. Reference: 'White wings: immigrant ships to New Zealand, 1840-1902', by Sir Henry BRETT and Cyril R. BRADWELL. Vol. 1, 'Fifty years of sail in the New Zealand trade, 1850-1900'. Vol. 2, 'Founding of the provinces and old time shipping. Passenger ships from 1840-1885' (Auckland, Brett Printing Co., 1924-1928), (Reprinted Christchurch, Capper Press, 1976). Microfiche edition available (Auckland, BAB Microfilming, 1987). This publication should be available in most New Zealand libraries. They are also listed at http://0-www.aucklandcity.govt.nz.www.elgar.govt.nz Auckland Passenger Vessels 1838-1885 at http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/vessels/vessels.html gives Vessel: ANNE LONGTON, Captain's name: KIRBY Date of departure 13.6.1857, Port of departure: Gravesend. Date of arrival: 9.10.1857, Port of arrival: Auckland Vessel type: Ship, Tonnage: 690 Notes: Master from London. Source: Southern Cross 10.10.1857. Sir Henry BRETT reports in 'White wings', Volume 1, page 356, that the writer of the diary on the voyage of the ship 'ANNE LONGTON', which arrived in Auckland on 9.10.1857, was Josiah Hill HUDSON. (He lived in Whitianga.) Mary COBELDICK has searched the Manuscripts and Archives database TAPUHI and found no reference to Josiah Hill HUDSON or to a diary from the ship. Neither Mr HUDSON nor a diary is mentioned in 'Shipboard accounts: voyages to New Zealand, 1840-1900', compiled by Marsha DONALDSON (Auckland: New Zealand Society of Genealogists, 1998). NOTE When I enquired c1980 at the Thames Museum?, I was told his descendant, X HUDSON, the present holder of this diary, came down from the hills (or was it out of the bush?) on occasions. But if he got the note I left for him, he never replied. A search for HUDSON at Thames in the White Pages online in 2001 gave 4: Hudson B S Bush Rd Kopuarahi R D 4 Thames 0-7-867 5182 Hudson G M Wainui Rd Matatoki Thames 0-7-868 1234 Hudson G R 112 b Fenton St Thames 0-7-868 7339 Hudson P T Kopuarahi Turua Thames 0-7-867 5045 paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers has 1342 entries having both words Whitson & Parnell. I've only entered the 1st 80! paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume LIX, Issue 198, 23 August 1928 DEATH OF MR G.S. JAKINS. .. He came to New Zealand and settled in Auckland on December 20, 1859, having come out in the barque Nourmahal, on which the Rev. Hudson was also a passenger. Mr. Jakins had his first Christinas dinner with the Hudson family, at Mahurangi, and New Year's dinner with the WHITSONS, afterwards brewers, known as WHITSON and Co. For more on NZ Passenger Lists seethis message from Janet HORNCY at the Alexander Turnbull Library atl"att"natlib.govt.nz
The Auckland Public Library has a letter he wrote on 5.4.1860 requesting the land he was lead to expect as compensation for the passage money he paid for his family. paperspast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVIII, Issue 1499, 29 April 1862, New Zealander, Volume XVIII, Issue 1673, 30 April 1862, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVIII, Issue 1502, 9 May 1862, & Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVIII, Issue 1506, 21 May 1862. Hobson's Bridge Brewery. R WHITSON & Co can now supply Ales made from the best English Malt and Hops, which they believe will be found not inferior to the best imported ale. Mr. Whitson conducted one of the largest breweries' in Scotland for over twenty years, during which time he supplied many of the first families in Edinburgh and neighbourhood, and sent regularly large quantities of ale and porter to the London markets. R Whitson and Co. supply families with light table ale, which, from its purity, will be found an excellent stomatic. For convenience, they supply the above ales in five an' ten' gallon casks, as well as in larger quantities. paperspast - New Zealand Herald, Volume II, Issue 438, 8 April 1865 Registration Officer. Sheriff's Office, Auckland, April, 1865. Whitson Robert, Hobson Bridge, leasehold, brewery in his occupation, Hobson Bridge, attested by W Griffin. A similar entry is in New Zealander, Volume XXII, Issue 2399, 10 April 1865 under CLAIMS TO VOTE. paperspast - New Zealand Herald, Volume III, Issue 927, 2 November 1866 PORT OF ONEHUNGA. Entered inwards, Nov'r, Prince Alfred 110 tons, Farquhar from Port Waikato, .. 5 sacks oats, 5 hhds, 3 barrels, Whitson & Co. paperspast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIII, Issue 3026, 8 April 1867 .. back of Whitson's Brewery, dwelling .. An extract from "Auckland - city of the seas" by AW REED. p108 refers to the period 1866-1869: As we enter the next decade, let us take a glance at the popular New Year Sports held in Mr WHITSON's paddock near his brewery. Cash must have been plentiful, for admission for those on foot was 1/-, on horseback 2/6, while 5/- had to be paid for a single horse trap - no small price for those days. It was a Scottish occasion & a reminder that Scotsmen were well represented amongst the Settlers, for the crowd was regaled with leaping, single stick, putting the Stone, tossing the caber, tilting, Highland dancing, vaulting with the pole, quoits, & bagpipe playing. (The paddock referred to was on the corner of Queen St & Victoria St West where the Civic Theatre now stands.) His first brewery in Auckland was at Hobson Bridge, Newmarket formerly a flaxmill owned by Mr. WHYTLAW, where the Electoral Rolls record Robert as living in 1867-77. On 26.11.1868 his son Thomas (349) married Fannie DEACON at Robert's dwelling house at Hobson Bridge."Hobson's Bridge" was the intersection of Khyber Pass Road & Parnell Road
near the Olympic Swimming Pool: see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newmarket,_New_Zealand A list of claims to vote for the Electoral District of Parnell for Jan-March 1867 includes one by a John Brett, Newmarket, household, back of WHITSON's brewery, dwelling. - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIII, Issue 3025, 6.4.1867. New Zealand Herald, Volume IV, Issue 1059, 6 April 1867 is similar for a Freeman Thomas. Later Robert moved to 25A Princes Street. The Auckland Civic Trust tried to save this house but it was demolished in 1977. paperspast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIV, Issue 3445, 31 July 1868 Letter to the Editor. ... There is now no tailgate from the Junction to Harp, and none from Whitson's to Kirkwood's breweries. So, as yet, we are square - all round. If every patch of public road has to be in future kept up by the immediate residents thereon, .. The Auckland Almanac for 1869 lists him and Thomas (349) as officers of St. Andrew's Masonic Lodge (No. 418).Here is a photo of Robert WHITSON 1805-1883 in masonic regalia,
courtesy of the Masonic Lodge. Brett S told me that Robert's collar & jewel apron shows that he had been a master of the lodge. They were founding member of this lodge. The lodge has a book of photos of all the founding members. WHERE DID THEY MOVE TO FROM PRINCES ST? Sid Jordan is in touch with them 2008. The Auckland Weekly News of 26.2.1870 p 16 col. 3 and 3.12.1870 p 22 record the plan for and opening of Robert's brewery in Queen Street - "The Albert Brewery", sometimes referred to as "The WHITSON Brewery". They record that his first 4 years (in New Zealand) were in farming, in particular growing the "Whitsondean hops" at Mahurangi, that he had been brewing for 32 years (16 years In London), and that "the site is behind the Coach & Horses Hotel, near the present building of Messrs. WHITSON & Co." (The Strand Arcade, Queen Street, has a plaque to show the spot where it stood.) The Daily Southern Cross 1-12-1870 p3. "...It had been his desire & that of his sons throughout to do all that was possible to improve the class of beer which they had sent out... On his arrival here, instead of commencing the brewing business, he went into the country, & spent a good deal of his time at the Pa, which his friend, Mr FARMER, well knew. He had brought out a good many things to commence brewing with, but nothing would do but farming. He put all his money .. in the wilderness for some time. He spent 4 years at the farm before he came down to Auckland... At Mahurangi he found he could grow hops very much superior in flavour & stronger than those imported.. THE BALL Shortly before 8 the extensive building again became a scene of animation. The 2nd floor was tastefully decorated for a ballroom. At 8 dancing began with a quadrille... Next followed a polka, lancers, galop, polka mazurka, lancers, schottische, galop, Circassian circle & a Scottish reel. By this time 12 had arrived & the company retired to supper, which was spread in the upper storey of the building... Mr WHITSON sen presided & Mr Thomas WHITSON & Mr George JOHNSTON were the vice chairmen... About 130 sat down to dinner... The dancing was kept up till an early hour..." See also NZ Herald 31-7-1870.A 1980 Auckland City Council photo of the brewery showing the words
ALBERT BREWERY 1897, next to Smith & Caughey's Elliott St entrance, appears on p31 of Nola EASDALE's book. Reproduced with permission. Robert's decision to buy a farm to grow his hops at Mahurangi was no doubt influenced with his friend Rev R McKINNEY of Mahurangi who married his daughter Elizabeth to George JOHNSTONE in 1865, and is the probable author of the fairytale for his granddaughter Lisa WHITSON 3493 transcribed below. For more on this remarkable man click here.A larger version of the mallet.
This composite photo of Rev R McKINNEY, St Colomba Church in Mahurangi and the church at Matakana, is from p91 of "History of the NZ Presbyterian Church" (1899) by Rev John DICKSON, published by J Wilkie & Co., Dunedin. paperpast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 3959, 30 April 1870, & Auckland Star, Volume I, Issue 103, 9 May 1870 TO READER G. WOOD, ESQ. Sn. We, the undersigned, understanding that a VACANCY has occurred in the Representation of Parnell, in the House of Representatives, beg to request that you will allow yourself to be placed in NOMINATION as the MEMBER for that District, and we undertake to use our best endeavours to secure your return. - Yours obediently, .., G. S. Kissling. .., R. Whitson, .. paperpast - (The Evening Star. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. Auckland Star, Volume I, Issue 123, 1 June 1870 are similar: It is notified that the partnership hitherto existing between Messrs. R. WHITSON and David Stuart Lyell has been dissolved by mutual consent.) Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 3997, 14 June 1870, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4004, 22 June 1870, & New Zealand Herald, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 23 June 1870. Brewers. NOTICE is hereby given that the COPARTNERSHIP heretofore carried on under the style or firm of T. WHITSON AND COMPANY is this day DISSOLVED, by mutual consent, and that the said Business will in future be carried on at Albert Brewery, Queen-street, Auckland, under the firm of R. WHITSON & SONS. Dated at Auckland this first day of June, 1870. R. WHITSON, T. WHITSON, G. JOHNSTONE. Witness: Geo. Ritchie, Solicitor, Auckland. Albert Brewery, QuEen-street, Auckland, June 1, 1870. R. Whitson begs to intimate that, in consequence of the termination of the Partnership of the firm of R. Whitson & Co., Brewers, he has ceased to have any connection with the Hobson Bridge Brewery, and that for the future he will carry on business in the Albert Brewery, Queen-street, Auckland, in conjunction with his sons, Thomas WHITSON and George JOHNSTONE, under the style of R. Whitson and $ons; and trusts to maintain the reputation he has already acquired for really good Ales and Porter. N.B. WHITSON'S ALES only to be had at the ALBERT BREWERY. Families supplied as before both with bottle and bulk. Temporary Office: 169, Queen St. HOBSONS BRIDGE BREWERY THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore carried on at the above Brewery by D. S. Lyeh and R. Whitson, under the firm of R. WHITSON & CO., having expired, the undersigned will CARRY ON the Business at HOBSON'S BRIDGE BREWERY, and guarantee to supply ALE and PORTER of the quality that has hitherto been produced at this Brewery. The Office and Cellars in town, are in Durham-street, next the Haymarket, where orders can be left, and will be punctually attended to. LYELL BROTHERS. A similar advt appeared in Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4000, 17 June 1870 paperpast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4160, 13 December 1870 Letter to Editor by S. Kempthorne, Parnell. Sir, The pointed letter of Mr. Albin Martin, of December 8, applying the facts of protection afforded to Whitson's brewery, seems to be unanswerable, .. Will any duty on foreign flour, cereals, or produce, which the Assembly would be likely to sanction, be sufficient to afford them such protection as Mr. Whitson enjoys? .. paperpast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVII, Issue 4220, 22 February 1871 MAHURANGI CATTLE, AGRICUL TURAL, AND PRODUCE SHOW. Mr. Whitson, of the firm of Whitson and Sons was a judge. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume III, Issue 827, 11 September 1872 WILLIAM JOHN HURST, ESQ., MERCHANT, AUCKLAND. Auckland, August 31, 1572. SIR, We, the undersigned Ratepayers of the City of Auckland respectfully request you to allow yourself to be put in nomination for the office of City Councillor .. R. Whitson, .. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 985, 15 March 1873 FIRE AT WHITSON'S BREWERY. A fire occurred about ten o'clock this morning at the malt kiln attached to Messrs Whitson & Sons' brewery, Parnell Road. The kiln was built of brick, and was situated about ten yards from the main building. The fire was discovered by D. Muir, who attends to the drying of the malt, and who states that a charge of about fifty bushels was put on last night, but the fire was not lighted until this morning. About ten o'clock he went in to turn the grain, when he observed a portion of the matting to be on fire. He at once went for water and assistance to extinguish the flames, but on returning found that the fire had extended to the malt, and the smoke was so thick that it was impossible to enter the building. Attention was then directed towards preventing the fire from spreading to the brewery, and water was thrown freely over that building. In this work Sergeant Walker and four constables, who had been at once despatched from town, rendered valuable aid, and were assisted by Messrs WHITSON and JOHNSON. The wind was blowing in the direction of the brewery, but the fire, by the exertions mentioned, was confined within the four walls of the kiln. The roof of the kiln was destroyed, also about fifty bushels of malt. The building was the property of Messrs. Brown, Campbell and Co. paperpast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVIII, Issue 4588, 8 May 1872 & Auckland Star, Volume III, Issue 724, 8 May 1872 The following persons are objected to as not being entitled to have their names retained on tho List of Voters for the Electoral District of Parnell: 615. WHITSON, Robert, Hobson's Bridge, leasehold, disposed of; objected to by H. C. BALNEAVIS, Registration Officer. paperpast - Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIX, Issue 4900, 10 May 1873 & New Zealand Herald, Volume X, Issue 2896, 10 May 1873. & Auckland Star, Volume IV, Issue 1031, 10 May 1873. ELECTORAL. .. 630. WHITSON, Robert, Hobson's Bridge, leasehold, Hobson's Bridge, brewery in his occupation, left. 631. WHITSON, Thomas, Selwyn Terrace, Parnell, household, Selwyn Terrace, dwelling in which he resides, left. .. The above objections will be heard by the Revising Officer appointed for that purpose, at the Regostrar's Chambers, Supreme Court, on Fri, 23rd M«y instant, at 11 o'clock. Dated at Auckland 6.5.1873. HC BALNEAVIS, Registration Officer. The Auckland Electoral Roll for 1874-75 lists him having 1. leasehold Albert Brewery, Queen St, in his occupation 2. freehold Lot 214 80 acres Hunua 3. freehold Mahurangi river 114 acres registered 307B 4. leasehold Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Symonds St. 5. leasehold Hobson's Bridge Brewery, Newmarket. Notes by Nola EASDALE: WHITSONdeane, Mahurangi, The Pa paperspast - New Zealand Herald, Volume XIV, Issue 4820, 28 April 1877 SUBURBAN BOROUGHS. The NZ Gazette of the 19th inst. contains the proclamations constituting Parnell and Onehunga boroughs under the Municipal Corporations Act 1876. The following are the boundaries: Parnell. All that district or parcel of land situated in the Riding of Parnell, and County of Eden, in the colony of New Zealand, and bounded ou the west by the city of Auckland, as denned in the schedule to the City Board Act, 18G3, and by the north and east boundaries of the Government Domain to Whitson's Brewery road; on the south by the north side of Whitson's Brewery Road, ... The Auckland Electoral Roll for 1881 at http:// 0-www.aucklandcity.govt.nz.www.elgar.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/electoral/electoral.html give for WHITSON Robert 1. Property Type residential, Electorate Auckland East Residence Waterloo quadrant, Occupation brewer, Notes November 1881 2. Property Type freehold, Electorate Auckland North Residence Princes street, Occupation brewer Notes Albert Brewery; Queen street; October 1881 3. Property Type freehold, Electorate Auckland West Residence Waterloo Quadrant, Occupation brewer Notes Robert Burns Hotel lot 22, section 42; 10 November 1881 4. Property Type freehold, Electorate Eden Residence Waterloo quadrant, Occupation brewer Notes part lot 2 section 10; Eden Vine Hotel,; November 1881 5. Property Type Freehold, Electorate Franklin North Residence Auckland, Occupation Brewer, Notes October 1881 6. Property Type freehold, Electorate Manukau Residence Auckland, Occupation brewer Notes Manukau Hotel and Buildings; October 1881 7. Property Type freehold, Electorate Rodney Residence Auckland, Occupation brewer Notes lot 158; Mahurangi; October 1881 The next 6 para's are from the Gisborne library thanks to Geoff KINGMA 3419 21. Wise's NZ Directory 1875-76 p 19: WHITSON & Sons, brewers, Queen St WHITSON, Robert, Grafton rd WHITSON, Thomas, Waterloo quad JOHNSTONE, Geo, Alten? rd The Standard for Sat 7.3.1874: "BREWERY - We learn that Mr WHITSON of Auckland has obtained a 40 years lease from Capt READ of the house & ground presently occupied by Dr NESBITT. It is Mr WHITSON's intention to import a 1st class plant & commence brewing at once." The Standard? for 21.3.1874: "GISBORNE BREWERY - Messrs WHITSON & Co. are setting vigorously to work to give us an early taste of their home brew. Mr CRAWFORD representing that firm arrived by the PRETTY JANE from Auckland for the purpose of making such preliminary arrangements as are necessary to the arrival of the plant." The Standard for Thurs 2.4.1874: "WHITSON'S BREWERY. Operations are now in full swing preparing for the planting of another local industry in Gisborne. Some few hands came in the PRETTY JANE on Mon last from Auckland & are busy making room for the plant etc expected to arrive in the JULIUS VOGEL on her next trip." The Standard for Sat 25.4.1874: "At the Licensing Court on Tues last Mr CRAWFORD applied for a brewer's license on a/c of Messrs WHITSON & Son. The Court was unable to discover under what Act such a license could be granted & what fee if any was payable. Mr CRAWFORD said he thought the firm paid 10P in Auckland for a license ..." The Standard & People's Advocate for Sat 12.9.1874: "WHITSON & SONS' BREWERY. We have recently responded to Messrs WHITSON's invitation to take a run over their new brewing establishment in Gisborne, the erection of which is just completed, & we have no hesitation in saying that it is at once one of the most complete, commodious & unique buildings of the kind in the colony. It stands on the plot of ground fronting to Lowe St & Read's Quay, for some time forming the garden to Dr NESBITT's late residence. It is 70' long by 26' wide & consists of ground floor & 2 upper stories. At 1 end is a kind of tower 46' high with flights of steps leading to the upper portions. Surmounting this tower are ventilators to convey away steam from the boiling tuns. Close to these are the reservoir, malt copper, & American hoisting apparatus driven by the engine for lifting the malt & hops to the top flat. .... All the newest improvements have been made & added to the establishment under the personal superintendence of Mr WHITSON senior. .... Now comes the fervent short & pithy grace "Here's luck" & for ourselves looking thru a glass of Messrs WHITSON's Auckland brew as we have just done, we cordially wish them the success in their undertaking that their pluck & enterprise undoubtedly merit." In 1882 Robert laid the foundation stone for the ornate church tower & spire of St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Symonds St, Auckland. See under 34161 concerning the now lost silver trowel & mallet he used for this. These photos of them are from Sid JORDAN.
A larger version of the trowel.
MC says his name has now been added to the foundation stone.Here are some details of the occasion.
Here is a photo of St Andrew's in 1898 from the Auckland Public Library
that appears on p23 of Nola EASDALE's book. "A return of the freeholders of NZ" 1882 records the value of his land in Auckland at 18,000 pounds, in Manukau at 45 pounds, while Robert WHITSON & Sons, brewers, had land in Rodney, Eden, Auckland and Onehunga valued at 550, 2500, 2050 and 2200 pounds respectively. Wise's Post Office Directories: 1883-4 Robert WHITSON & Sons, brewer, Queen St, Auckland; 1885-8 R & Son, brewers, 219 Queen St.; 1885-6 Robert, Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland. The Auckland Public Library has a letter he wrote on 21.5.1883 not long before he died, which indicates he knew the Governor socially. paperspast - Observer, Volume 7, Issue 168, 1 December 1883 Despatched. WHITSON - On November 26th, at his ]ate residence, Waterloo Quadrant, Robert WHITSON, brewer, in his 79th year. The Auckland Weekly News gives his portrait and obituary on 1.12.1883 p 11 and 20.9.1884 p. 1:- "in business as a brewer in Leith... started brewing at age 19 ... conducted one of the largest breweries in Scotland for over 20 years... the oldest Freemason In New Zealand ... the oldest member of the St. Andrew's church ... nephew James WHITSON (347 below - actually a son of his cousin) manages the brewery". I visited the site of his Leith brewery in 1990s, taken there by Charles MCMASTER, author of a book on Edinburgh breweries, tel 031 554 9252. For the fate of his Auckland brewery see the article under 3496 Muriel below. http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/~dchamber/w.htm gives WHITSON, R. (& Co.) 1869 ... .. Registered brewers at Hobson Bridge Brewery, Parnell Road, Auckland and Albert Brewery, Queen Street, Auckland; also a registered wine and spirit merchant at Pollen Street Shortland. (8) - This website has lots of NZ info'. It seems to be part of PANDORA'S BOX CD - see http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/~dchamber/pandorakey.htm of Dawn CHAMBERS - email: d.chambers"att"paradise.net.nz His death certificate says he died of renal and cardiac disease. GAR JOHNSTONE (34614) has a copy of his will.Here is the text of a letter he wrote at age 78 to an old friend Rev. MACKELVIE,
and a photo of this letter; -Mackelvie letters, Auckland Public Library.
paperspast - Observer, Volume 7, Issue 375, 13 February 1886 Observer, Volume 8, Issue 378, 27 February 1886, & Observer, Volume 7, Issue 380, 13 March 1886. ALBERT BREWERY, QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. R. WHITSON AND CO., BREWERS. THE QUALITY OF THEIR BREWING IS SO WELL-KNOWN THAT ANY SPECIAL DESCRIPTION OF SAME IS UNNECESSARY, ORDERS LEFT AT THE BREWERY BY THE TRADE PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. paperspast - Waikato Times, Volume 90, Issue 14019, 24 March 1919 OBITUARY. MR E. GUSSEN. .. he was articled to the firm of Messrs Whitson and Company, brewers, with whom he learned his trade. He was later in business in Cambridge and was subsequently employed at Opoliki for a number of years and then returned td Auckland under engagement to Dr Campbell, with whom he remained up to the time that firm was merged under the present title of Messrs Campbell Ehernfried and Co. .. ........................................................ Records held on Robert at http://archway.archives.govt.nz (The last word is where the record is held.) [Superintendent] General inward correspondence 21 - 28 June 1873 - Messrs WHITSON and HOOPER. As to difference in amount of Brewer's license fee 1873 Auckland Provincial Government APG [record group] 15 June 1874 - WHITSON and HOOPER - Submitting that their license fees as brewers should not be more than that paid by country brewers 1874 APG 12 November 1874 - PA PHILIPS - Forwarding copy of letter from R WHITSON suggesting the supply of water to shipping from spring on Hospital reserve 1874 Auckland Provincial GovernmentHere are the last 2 letters bought by me & received 29.9.09 - NOT FOUND
And here are their transcriptions by me.
8 June 1876 - WL REES, Auckland - Forwards leases to WHITSON and BENT for signing - Attachment: Request for Mr Tole to examine leases - 9 June 1876 1876 Auckland Provincial Government [record group] Company Cuttings WHITSON Importing Company Limited 1954-55 Companies Office, Auckland Auckland Probates Probates at High Court Auckland, Department of Justice O Akld: WHITSON Robert 1883 - ASKED FOR 20.9.09 Customs Inwards Letters NZ Customs Service, Auckland Office O Akld: William SEED, Secretary and Inspector of Customs, Wellington - Copper Boiler for Brewing - protest by Mr WHITSON - duty to be refunded 1870 L A Barker, Agent - Isinglass imported per "Loch Urr" for R WHITSON and Sons - paying duty under protest 1877 T Montgomery, Clerk to the Bench, Hamilton - WHITSON and Sons Brewery, Ngaruawahia - re registration fee 1877 Henry S McKellar, for Secretary and Inspector, Customs and Marine Dept, Wellington - R WHITSON and Son - their application to be directed to Town Clerk, Auckland 1881 Dugald MCKELLAR, Collector of Customs, Tauranga - Beer shipped by WHITSON and Company per "ROWENA" - re stamp duty 1878 DUGALD McKellar, Collector of Customs, Tauranga - Ale shipped by WHITSON and Company per "ROWENA" - re beer stamp duty 1878 R WHITSON and Son, Albert Brewery, Auckland - Brewer's Bond - submitting names of bondsmen - Samuel Morrin and George Cruickshank 1880 Henry S McKellar, for Secretary and Inspector, Customs and Marine Dept, Wellington - R WHITSON and Son - permission to bottle 13 hogsheads of ale 1880 R WHITSON and Son, Albert Brewery, Auckland - Beer Tax - re payment 1880 R WHITSON and Son, Albert Brewery, Auckland - Beer Tax - re duty levied on Colonial ales 1880 W T Glasgow, for Secretary, Customs Department, Wellington - WHITSON and Son - query re manufacturing figures - are they correct? 1884 WHITSON and Company, Auckland - Louis EHRENFRIED - has purchased brewery from R WHISKER (sic) and Company 1885For a transcription by me of his will & codicil & related affadavit of 1883,
see *1883 NZ Robert WHITSON 1805-83, brewer, at the end of 1. of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html ........................................................ m 17 May 1829 Dunbar, East Lothian M117067 sp-Elizabeth FENDER b 8.6.1807 Skateraw, Haddington, East Lothian d 27.7.1884 Auckland. (b place ex CNN tree.) Dunbar is on the coast 11m NEE of Haddington,7m SE of Whitekirk & 17m E of Aberlady. Daughter of Robert FENDER, farmer, and Elizabeth WILSON - IGI M117067. This is an error as this batch number does not show this marriage! familysearch gives Elizabeth FENDER b 8.6.1807 bp 21.6.1807 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5. See 3.1 Our FENDER family below. 1851 census below gives her b 1808 Skateraw, Haddington dr of Janet FENDER b 1777 Stainton, Haddingtonshire. (There is a Skateraw, Dunbar, 6 m SE of Dunbar on maps.google but no sign of a Stainton in East Lothian!) [They married about 1828 at Dunbar (according to his death certificate) or Haddington (according to her death certificate, which records her as born in Dunbar and dying of 4 years paralysis, 2 years diabetes, and 11 days bronchitis). The discrepancy is probably because Haddington, as well as being the name of a town, is also the name of the parish that the town of Dunbar is in. The actual date and place came from the IGI: see 2.4.] Buried with her husband. 1841 census St Anthony Street, South Leith, Midlothian: ID Robert WHITSON 35 1806 Scotland Brewer Foreman 34 Elizabeth WHITSON 30 1811 Scotland Catherine WHITSON 10 1831 Scotland 341 Robert WHITSON 8 1833 Scotland 342 John WHITSON 2 1839 Midlothian, Scotland 345 Elizabeth WHITSON 8 Mo 1840 Midlothian, Scotland 346 1851 census 11 St Anthony St, Leith, Leith South, Midlothian: ID Robert WHITSON Head M 46 1805 Drem, Haddington Drawer [should be Brewer] 34 - Drem is 4m N of Haddington Elizabeth WHITSON Wife M 43 1808 Skateraw, Haddington - Skateraw is 2m NE of Innerwick Janet FENDER Mother-in-law 74 1777 Stainton, Haddingtonshire Catherine WHITSON Daughter 19 1832 Haddington 341 Robert WHITSON Son 18 1832 Haddington Clerk Engineer Affire 342 John WHITSON Son 12 1839 South Leith, Midlothian Scholar 345 Elizabeth WHITSON Daughter 10 1841 South Leith, Midlothian Scholar 346 Mary WHITSON Daughter 8 1843 South Leith, Midlothian At Home 347 Jenie WHITSON Daughter 8 1843 South Leith, Midlothian At Home 348 Thomas WHITSON Son 6 1845 South Leith, Midlothian At Home 349 Louisa WHITSON Daughter 5 1847 South Leith, Midlothian At Home 34(10)341 3-`Kate' Catherine Logan Campbell WHITSON (b 15.5.1832 but bp 28.5.1831 Haddington, East Lothian
ex C117099 1820-1854. d 1.1.1911 Buried at St. Kilda Cemetery, Melbourne with 3411,3412.) IGI: Catharine WHITSON bp: 28 MAY 1831 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland dr of Robert WHITSON & Elizabeth FENDER. (Logan Campbell may be a 3rd witness at baptism. Is this the same LC of Auckland fame?? I believe there is a connection.) 1841-51 with parents. 1857 living with her parents at Edinburgh according to 3434 [NEW ID??]. (c.f. Obituary of 34 placed them in London prior to their departure on the ship `ANNE LONGTON' for New Zealand on 14.6.1857.) Sailed to Australia in June 1857 in the `War Spirit' to marry her fiancee. Her sister 223 FIX ID married at their home `Whitsondene' in Leonard Street. Later their 6th child was born and Catherine took her children to visit her father 22 in Auckland. She later lived with 2273 FIX ID. A beneficiary of the 1912! will of her sister Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10). Beneficiary of the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html m 1857 Melbourne sp-James AINSLIE Son of Elizabeth and Dr. James AINSLIE (who drowned after visiting a patient at Norwich Castle. His wife dreamed where the body would be found, and it was found at that spot. 22762 has his gold watch. 22344 has oil paintings of him and Elizabeth). He was 6 foot 4. He studied and rowed at Oxford, and preceded her to Melbourne where he was a partner of Power & Rutherford, Stock & Station agents. Living at George Street East, Melbourne 1857-70. He caught pneumonia after rowing and died age 32. 6 children, firstly 3411 4-Walter AINSLIE (Melbourne) Died young. 3412 4-Robert AINSLE (Melbourne) Died young by 1868 when his namesake was b. 3413 4-`Lizzie' Elizabeth AINSLIE (Melbourne) A beneficiary of the 1910 will of her aunt Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below. m 30.3.1892 at Melbourne to John MURRAY (-1910). A Master Builder with Murray & Crow. Built many Melbourne buildings. Their home, `Ainslie' was next door to that of 3414 and their families spent Xmas, New Year, and all birthdays together & likewise the summer holidays. Every Sunday would set out en masse for church. In the 1910 will of Louisa WHITSON, [ID 34(10)], he was living at Erin St, Richmond, Melbourne. 2 children, firstly 34131 5-`Kitty' Catherine WHITSON MURRAY (Melbourne-Sussex) She met her husband in 1927 when he represented England at cricket, and vowed she'd never marry another. After his wife died they married in 1951 in England and lived at Shoreham, Sussex. No issue. m 1951 England to `Struddy' H. STRUDWICK. 34132 5-`Glennie' Janet MURRAY (Melbourne) Single, died aged 73 in England leaving 68,000 pounds to the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. 34133 5-Betty MURRAY (Melbourne) Adopted about age 17. After a stay with 22, she remarked that the roses were so tall that they had to get a painter's ladder to pick them! 3414 4-Sarah Dunbar AINSLIE (-?1941,Melbourne) A beneficiary of the 1910 will of her aunt Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; she & her husband were then at Erin St, Richmond, Melbourne, m at Glasgow to Dr. `Jim' James Francis AGNEW (- Glasgow) They married the day before she returned to Australia. He was studying medicine at the time. He was to have joined her but she returned to him so he could take a postgraduate course in surgery. In 1895 they moved to Australia where he practised at Richmond, Victoria. Fought in WW1 1914-1916. Chief Medical Officer for Repatriation for Victoria. Later as Principal Medical Officer for the Commonwealth of Australia he pioneered the opening of the ANZAC Hospitals in all states. He chose and bought the properties and equipped them. He died in Glasgow on a visit to his father. She visited her cousins in Auckland: she adored Aunt Jessie (224) but was furious with Aunt Lou (346) who `enjoyed ill health' and let Aunt Jessie wait on her hand and foot. 4 children, firstly 34141 5-`Jim' James Whitson Ainslie AGNEW (3.8.1893 Glasgow-29.9.1917 Ypres, France) Killed in WW1. Buried at Remy Siding, Belgium. Prefect at Scotch College, Hawthorn, Melbourne, dux of the prep., champion debater, winner of the Shakespeare prize. (A selection of letters with photos is held by Kit Withers.) TO DO jim.mitchell"att"scotch.vic.edu.au asked 31.3.08 for a biography for him & his brother Ainslie below. Can anyone help? Annemie.Morisse"att"poperinge.be wrote me 19.1.2011: "I am doing research on Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, the place where James is buried. For all information on the project: www.lijssenthoek.be "This photo of Jim AGNEW is courtesy of Annemie, perhaps from www.awm.gov.au
- sorry but I've lost the jpg. 34142 5-Ainslie Francis AGNEW (25.8.1897 Richmond, Victoria-1951) Prefect at Scotch College, Hawthorn, Melbourne. Studied medicine. Served in WW1. Resident doctor at Heidelberg Reparation Hospital, at Heidelburg, Victoria. Single. His death was considered to be due to war service. 34143 5-`Kitty' Catherine AGNEW (1899 Melbourne-1952 Melbourne) Single. Died of cancer. 34144 5-`Molly' Mary Jessie AGNEW (1911 Melbourne-c1985) Taken to the Lord Mayor's Dinner in London by her father's friend, the Queen's physician, Sir John Weir at Mansion House, where she participated in the ceremony of the Loving-cup. She tells the story: Beginning with the official party a large gold cup with a lid is passed from gentleman to his partner, the lid first being removed by him. He bows as he offers it to his partner who, after wiping the edge with a napkin, also drinks, first bowing and receiving a curtsy from the lady. Whilst the sword hand is employed in handling the cup, the next door neighbour rises and stands back to back with the one drinking, in order to protect his back from dagger thrusts. to rise at the right moment, without turning one's head to look is the tricky part of the procedure and the only one causing me any apprehension. I noticed, however that one or two very important people, who were in danger of losing their cue, were prompted with the most discreet whispers from footmen who were carefully watching in the most unobtrusive manner that all was au fait. Each table had its own cup and as there were 400 guests, the tables radiating out from the official or top one, the ceremony was delightful to see. The orchestra was softly playing "Drink to me only with thine eyes" the whole while.' Molly had a very old photo album mostly of AINSLIEs. * 1978 at Unit 31, 19 Robe Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. Phone 534-3663. 3415 4-James Walter AINSLIE (1863 Melbourne-Melbourne) While living at Howard Street, Freemantle as a teenager he stayed a number of times with his grandfather Robert WHITSON [ID 34] who spoiled him a lot giving him 5 pounds each time, and a pony. He was given a gun and shot a deer which was one of Robert WHITSON's pets! His grandfather put him on the next ship to Australia. He was allowed to keep his deer's head, nicely mounted. This deer head had a huge span and was passed to [ID 347?], then 3472 Elizabeth MORRELL, then 34144, then stolen. He went cane-picking in Queensland and was stroke for the Queensland rowing eight the only year it won the interstate competition. The same year he went to Perth. This was in the 1890's about the time of the Victorian bank rush and 1892 when the gold-rush to Kalgoolie (300 miles east of Perth) was on. Tens of thousands were coming to Western Australia then, and like most others he pushed his wheelbarrow 50 miles from Coolgardie to Kalgoolie. He married at the time he was Shire Clerk of South Perth. He was Managing Director of Millers Trading Co. m 6.13.1896 at Freemantle to Miriam Agnes INGLIS (1872) Daughter to Thomas Augustus Fred INGLIS and Miriam, nee GREENWOOD. 3 children, 34151 5-Olga AINSLIE (5.12.1896 Perth) Was number one bridge player for W.A. * 1978: St. George Mansions, 11 Mount Street, Perth. Phone 321-4697 34152 5-James Percival AINSLIE (14.8.1899 Perth) From "Who's who in Australia" 1965: C.G.M. 1962, M.D., F.R.C.S., Eng., F.R.A.C.S., President Medical Board of W.A., Consultant Surgeon Repatriation Department, educated University of W.A., Trinity College, University of Melbourne. Lt. Colonel, A.A.M.C. Reserve, golf and tennis. Did a postgraduate study in surgery of Oxford. A famous neuro-surgeon, he had a stroke at Government House, as he was about to make a speech and died, aged 74. `Ainslie House' in Murray Street, the medical officers' residence attached to Royal Perth Hospital, is named after him, and has a brass plaque which says `We who were with him have been in touch with greatness.' (copy of obit. notice with photo held by Kit Withers.) 3 children. * 1978: Lister house, 252 Street. George's Terrace, Perth. m 15.10.1930 at Perth to `Jill' Jean CLEMONS. Daughter of George E. CLEMONS. 34152 1 6-Joanna (Wilmore) AINSLIE (1932 Perth) Chosen in the Sun Quest to represent Australia at the Overseas Mail Youth Forum in London in 1949. President of the W.A. University Basketball Club. m `Tony' CLINGENDER, who works for the C.S.I.R.O. at Melbourne. *1978: Kunappaipi Box 77, Berwich, Victoria. 3 children, firstly *1996: No CLINGENDER found in Vic. 34152 11 7-Jessica CLINGENDER (Melbourne) 34152 12 7-Timothy CLINGENDER (Melbourne) 34152 13 7-Jonathon CLINGENDER (Melbourne) 34152 2 6-Jonathon (James) AINSLIE (7.8.1934 Perth) m 21.7.1971 at Perth to Rosemary (Suzanne) BONNER (19.5.1940 Perth) *1978: 112 Victoria Street, Mosman Park, Perth, W.A. 6012 *1996: 102 Palmerston St, Mosman Park Perth WA 6012 ph 09 9384 1560 1 child, 34152 21 7-`Mandy' (Amanda) J? AINSLIE (25.4.1972 Perth) *1996: 112 Victoria Street, Mosman Park, Perth, W.A. 6012 mobile 019 375 889 34152 3 6-Jillian (Antonia) AINSLIE (29.1.1939 Perth) Physiotherapist. m 23.1.1975 at Perth to Stanly (James) LEWIS. *Patawilga, Orton Road, W. Byford, 25 miles South of Perth. Phone 095-251317. 34153 5-Robert (Inglis) AINSLIE (14.6.1909 Perth) D.S.O., Q.C. Champion golfer for W.A. (1935). Had to give up golf when he was thrown from a horse and had his back broken in 4 places. He left on the first ship from Australia as a Lt. and returned as a Brigadier, awarded D.S.O. for services in New Guinea where he commanded 2nd of 48th Battalion. Before Australia he served in Crete where he was strafed on the operating table having bulles removed from his arms - while the doctors hid under the table! A.S.C to Henry, Duke of Gloucester, when Governor General of Australia (from Who's who in Australia 1965). Chairman of the Local Board Norwich Union Fire Ins. Director Boans Ltd, Local Director Millars Timber Co., Chairman of Advisory Board of Esperance Land Development Co., Director Laporte Titanium Pty. (Cuttings & photos: Kit Withers). Was head solicitor at Stone & James, Perth. Declined a judgeship. m 24.6.1938 at Perth to Alice Catherine Mary Wilhemina von BLANCKENSEE whose grandfather had BISMARCK as his best man! * 1 Kings Park Avenue, Crawley, Perth. W.A. Phone 386-3957. 3 children born at Perth. 34153 1 6-Katherine Mary AINSLIE (15.7.1940 Perth) The first "War baby" born in W.A. (i.e. with father away in WW2). "Miss University" for 1959. She did honours degree in history then studied law. She was one of the only 3 law graduates in Australia to get distinction in every subject. She taught law for 2 years at Oxford, where she was the first don in law. She would have been a Rhodes Scholar but his will had not yet been altered to allow for women. She was admitted to the Bar at Grey's Inn & went into chambers. Appointed Parliamentary Council (Legal adviser to the British P.M.) *1996: Flat 4, Byam Shaw House,70 Camden St (off Camden Hill Rd) London W87 EN m 3.4.1965 at Perth to Sir Robin DAY (1924-7.8.2000) law graduate from Oxford, author of "Television, a Personal Report", chief political commentator for the BBC - Television, he has interviewed KHRUSCHEV, KENNEDY and covered Suez, the Congo, etc. See Australian Womens Weekly 17.3.1965. Published his memoirs as "Sir Robin DAY, Grand Inquisitor, memoirs" Weidenfeld, London 1989. They lived at 2 St. James Gardens, London W11. The Queen Mother has shared her Box at the Opera with them. Separated. 2 children, firstly 34153 11 7-Alexander (Ainslie) DAY (5.2.1974) Like his father he has interviewed Joanna LUMLEY star of the Avengers TV series. She bought the house built by 3463 1 Sir RMT McCONNELL. A member of the Young Persons Group of the Royal Court. *1995: learning Desktop publishing at Nottingham Polytech. 2014: Flat 3, 2-3 Ladbroke Square, London W11 3LX, tel (020) 7 727 0294. 34153 12 7-Daniel (Robin Ainslie) DAY (19.2.1976) 2017: danday60"att"gmail.com 34153 2 6-Roberta Ann AINSLIE (10.2.1945 Perth-1.1.1966). Journalist for the Daily News. Died in a severe rain storm when she stumbled into the propeller of her husband's plane after dismounting off the wrong edge of the wing. m 13.2.1965 at Perth to Digby LEE-STEER Grazier at Northanpton. No issue. 34153 3 6-Robert (James) AINSLIE (26.10.1947) m 8.1.1971 at Perth to Patricia (Mary) DONOVAN, daughter of Dr. M.E. DONOVAN of W.A. Lawyer. *1978: 25 Mary Street, Claremont, Perth, W.A. *1996-2006: 70a Broome St, Cotteslie Perth WA 6011 ph 09 9384 0836 2 children, firstly 34153 31 7-Toby (John) AINSLIE (25.10.1976) 34153 32 7-Christian (Robert) AINSLIE (4.6.1978 Perth) 3416 4-Robert Whitson AINSLIE (4.2.1868 Melbourne-23.7.1920 Port Lincoln) Earlier schooling partly in New Zealand. Graduated from Melbourne Grammar too young to go to medical school. (His aunts Jessie 224 and Louisa 341 offered to put him through in Germany, the best place for doctors of medicine in those days.) Studied medicine at Melbourne University. Met his wife near Carnarvon, W.A. at her cousin's station where he was a bookkeeper. He had rheumatic fever twice. A beneficiary of the 1910 will of Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; he was then of Port Lincoln, South Australia. m 3.6.1902 at Riverton, S.A. to Alice (Emily) SARRE They had a dairy farm at Gawler Blocks, Queensland. They bought a 1000 acre station at Port Lincoln, South Australia with a lovely view over the bay, but it was very tough. 3 children, firstly 34161 5-James (Whitson) AINSLIE (30.9.1903 Riverton, South Australia-21.5.1967 Port Lincoln) Became a mechanic and also ran his father's farm. m 30.3.1951 at Payneham, Adelaide to Alice (Elizabeth) GIBBS. She had the engraved silver trowel and mallet presented to Robert WHITSON 22 when he laid the foundation stone of St. Andrews church in Auckland on 24.5.1882. They were on display in the Auckland Museum Library, then lost. No issue. *1978: Box 163, Port Lincoln, South Australia 5606. 34162 5-`Bob' (Robert Sarre) AINSLIE (28.1.1908 Gawler) m 1.11.1940 to `Goldie' (Rena Valmai) CLARK d1981. Studied Mechanical Engineering in W.A. Worked in agriculture and automotive businesses. Flight Lieutenant in R.A.A.F in S.W. Pacific during WW2. * Last address; 55 Avonmore Avenue, Trinity Gardens, Adelaide, South Australia 5058. Phone 318-961. 2 children, firstly 34162 1 6-Robert (Clark) AINSLIE (17.2.1947 Maitland, South Australia) Rbt was a professional diver before getting a PhD in physiology from Adelaide University. Marine biologist with Adelaide Electricity Inst. eg Investigated effect on marine life of thermal pollution from seaboard powerhouses. m1 17.12.1969 at Adelaide sp-Caroline (Dianne) PLUMMER. No issue. m2 24.11.1978 sp-Valerie Anne BRAYSHER (B.Sc Honours). d 1.12.2001. m3 2003 sp-Rosemary Lyons RYALL. Granddau'r of Joseph LYONS (PM of Oz, founder of the Liberal Party, of Tasmania) & Dame Enid LYONS (1st female MP.) Daughter of Brigadier Bunny AUSTIN (Australia's most decorated soldier in the Korean War). By her 1st m she had Penelope Rose RYALL b29.6.1982 34162 2 6-James (Whitson Clarke) AINSLIE (30.6.1950 Maitland) Dip.Ed. Professional artist. Former art teacher, Education Dept. SA for Willunga High and Adult Education students in country centres. Exhibits in W.A. and S.A. # 2007: ainsliestudio"att"aapt.net.au at Cooroibah near Noosa, Qld. m1 12.1.1973 at Adelaide sp-Lynette (Fay) PRIOR. m2 22.7.1981 Willunga,SA sp-Wendy Fay BROWN nee SPARKS 3.10.1947 Adelaide 34162 21 7-Victoria Sarre AINSLIE 16.6.1982 McLaren Vale, SA m sp-Brendan Ashleigh AUFDERHEIDE 34162 211 8-Amelia Sarre AUFDERHEIDE 16.5.2006 Ipswich, Queensland 34163 5-Jessie (Ruth) AINSLIE (10.8.1913 Port Lincoln) m 24.12.1935 at Port Lincoln to (Henry Alfred) Roland PUCKRIDGE, her schooltime sweetheart. An automotive engineer. * Oxford terrace, Box 163 Port Lincoln, S.A. 5606. Phone 086822-930. 5 children. 34163 1 6-(Donald Alfred Saint) George PUCKRIDGE (9.3.1937 Port Lincoln) Linesman with Electricity Trust of Southern Australia. m 16.4.1960 at Port Lincoln to Rhonda (Joy) WRIGHT. *1978-2007: 30 Stevenson Street, Port Lincoln, S.A.5606 ph 08 8682 2927 or ph 08 8293 3912 4 children, firstly 34163 11 7-Stephen (John) PUCKRIDGE (14.4.1961 Port Lincoln) *1996: TRY SJ PUCKRIDGE & JM TOSENBERG 38 London St, Port Lincoln SA5606 ph 086 82 5736 34163 12 7-Phillip (Robert) PUCKRIDGE (25.10.1962 Port Lincoln) *1996: TRY PR & LJ 49 Breton Place,Port Lincoln SA5606 ph 086 83 0066 34163 13 7-Paul (Ainslie) PUCKRIDGE (12.6.1975 Port Lincoln) *1996: TRY PA & JL 4 Roslyn St,Port Lincoln SA5606 ph 086 4154 34163 2 6-Frederick (Robert Roland) PUCKRIDGE (16.8.1938 Port Lincoln) Farmer on his cousins farm at Lake Wangary district, Eyres Peninsular. m 16.5.1959 at Port Lincoln to Jean (Elizabeth) HARDING. *1978: C/o `Brocca Bruna', Lake Wangary, South Australia 5607. 6 children, firstly 34163 21 7-Michael (James) PUCKRIDGE (2.9.1959 Port Lincoln) *1996:TRY MJ Mortlock Tce Edillilie SA5630 ph 086 76 4276 OR MJ & VJ 60 O'Loughlin Tce Ceduna SA5690 ph 086 25 2128 34163 22 7-Terrence (Frederick) PUCKRIDGE (21.5.1961 Port Lincoln) 34163 23 7-Heather (Anne) PUCKRIDGE (25.8.1962 Port Lincoln-16.8.1964) 34163 24 7-Helen (Jane) PUCKRIDGE (2.9.1965 Port Lincoln) *1996: TRY 99 Hindmarsh Rd,Victor Harbor, Barossa Valley SA 5211 ph 085 52 2712 34163 25 7-Sonya (Anne) PUCKRIDGE (31.1.1968 Port Lincoln) 34163 26 7-Simon (Peter) PUCKRIDGE (25.10.1974 Port Lincoln) 34163 3 6-James (Terrence WHITSON) PUCKRIDGE (8.8.1941 Port Lincoln) B.A. (Adelaide University), Dip. Ed. in Teaching (Sydney University). Lectured in English for migrants at Adelaide Inst. of Technology. Taught 3 years in Western Samoa. Teaches English. He & his brother Fred were great divers & taught 34162 1 RA. # He has the PUCKRIDGE family history done by his mother. m 1964 at Adelaide to Dianna WRIGHT. *1996: 13 Seaview Road, Tennyson , South Australia 5022 #2007 email ? RSD, 19A FCS, Kings Cote, Kangaroo Island,SA. ph 08 8559 2206 2 children, firstly 34163 31 7-Thornton PUCKRIDGE (10.1965 Adelaide) *1996: 2 in book 34163 32 7-Jason PUCKRIDGE ( .6.1968 Samoa) *1996: 2 in book 34163 4 6-Jeanine Ruth Alice PUCKRIDGE (18.8.1943 Port Lincoln) She held Licence as an air pilot for some years. #2007 Kings Cote, Kangaroo Island, SA m sp-Anthony RISEY dc1981. A refugee from Hungary, born on the Austrian/Swiss border in WW2. *1978: 1/4 Kelvin Street, Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012. No issue. *1996: no RISEY found in Qld 34163 5 6-Lunette (Freda Jessie) PUCKRIDGE (22.7.1950 Port Lincoln) #2007 at Port Lincoln. m1 15.4.1968 at Port Lincoln to Peter ZERK. d by 2007. *1976: 31 Knott Street, Port Lincoln, South Australia. 2 children, firstly *1996:TRY PJ & LC 89 Fifth Av Joslin Adelaide SA5070 ph 08 8362 1716 m2 sp-? 34163 51 7-Tina Lunette ZERK (19.12.1968 Port Lincoln) 34163 52 7-Hagan Brian ZERK (13.10.1972 Port Lincoln) 342 3-Robert WHITSON b 14.2.1833, bapt. 18.3.1833 Haddington, East Lothian d .9.1891 Islington, London. 1841-51 with parents. In 1883 farming at Mahurangi in 1883 - probably growing hops for the brewery. On 13.5.07 I was put in touch with his descendant 34251xy Melanie BURNSIDE below by LR. It seems that Robert left NZ for London 1883-7. ID Whitson-554 on wikitree. This is where I found his m1 below. m1? sp-Ellen BROUGTHON b 1838 Ratcliffe on Soar. d 1909. Daughter of William Henry BROUGTHON. Not compatible with RW's m2 unless he was divorced. 3421 4-Robert WHITSON b 29.5.1864 Stepney. ID Whitson-553 on wikitree. m sp-Mary Ann MCCARTY b 3.9.1863 City of London 34211 5-Mary WHITSON b 29 May 1884 London d 1949 Kir. Wikitree ID Whitson-412. m 5.7.1907 Greenwich, London sp-Gabriel Heinrich TRESSEL b 29.6.1881 Monzingen Son of Philip TRESSEL and Katharina SCHAAF, daughter of Katharina WOLF and Philip Heinrich SCHAAF b 25.2.1820 Langenthal son of Anna Elisabetha. [342 3-Robert WHITSON b 14.2.1833, bapt. 18.3.1833 Haddington, East Lothian] m2? 15.7.1887 St. Marks, Islington, London sp-Fanny CLARIDGE nee LOWE 1840 Holloway, London d.3.1920 at 71, dr of Richard William LOWE & Mary Ann. 5 chn by her m1. m cert: Robert WHITSON age 53 Gentleman 9 Andover Gardens Father Robert WHITSON Brewer; Fanny CLARIDGE age 37 9 Andover Gardens Father Richard William LOWE Blue Maker; Witnesses - George LYE & Rosephine CLARIDGE. Fanny married 3 times. She m1 12.8.1867 St Pancras Church sp-Henry CLARIDGE 1849-30.3.1920 aged 71 son of Timothy. She was a widow when she met Robert. Fanny met Robert when he passed out in the street - he was never a well man. He left her quite well off as legend has it that her 3rd husband, George Thomas HILL, may have "married her for her money"! Apparently he used to "hire a carriage to go to the bank and she wore button-ed up boots.. " She had 1 child by GT HILL. 1891 Census 6 Audrey Gardens, Islington, London Robert WHITSON head 57 1834 living on his own means, born New Zealand sic 342 Fanny WHITSON wife 42 1839 born London, Holloway Rosephine WHITSON daughter 21 1870 3421 Mary A WHITSON daughter 17 1874 general servant,domestic bLondon,Holloway3422 Edith WHITSON daughter 8 1883 born London, Holloway 3423 Jessie WHITSON daughter 3 1888 born London, Holloway 3425 Mary A LOWE mother, widow 64 1827 London, Holloway #Source of this branch is 34251xy Mel DemziUK"att"aol.com 1st contact 13.5.07 3421 4-Josephine CLARIDGE later WHITSON Mar qtr 1870 Islington? Stepdaughter 3422 4-Charlotte CLARIDGE (later WHITSON?) Sept qtr 1871 Pancras Reg District? 3423 4-Mary Ann CLARIDGE later WHITSON Dec qtr 1873 Holloway, London Pancras Reg District? Stepdaughter 3424 4-Sarah Edith CLARIDGE later WHITSON b regd Sep qtr 1882 Pancras Reg District? b Holloway, London Stepdaughter 3425 4-Jessie Louise WHITSON b 18.1.1888 at 10 Rodney Place, Islington, London b cert Regn District Islington, sub-district of Islington SW, county of Middlesex: Name: Jessie Louise, Father: Robert WHITSUN, Mother: Fanny WHITSUN formerly LOWE, Occupation of Father: of independent means, Registered 28.2.1888. d 19.2.1953 12 children. m sp-William James SORRELL b 10.12.1886 in 37 Preston Street, Pancras, London d 25.8.1964 Son of John SORRELL & Elizabeth Mary HOLDEN. 34251 5-Jessie Elizabeth Edith SORRELL b 19.1.1906 Tuffnell, London d 7.12.1983 Hatfield, Hertfordshire 3 children. m sp-Edward FOSTER b21.4.1904 Islington, Holloway, London d13.4.1983 Hatfield, Hertfordshire Son of Alfred John FOSTER & Ellen MURRELL. 34251 xy 7-Melanie BURNSIDE DemziUK"att"aol.com 1st contact 13.5.07 via LR # Source of branch 342. 34252 5-William SORRELL b20.10.1908 d11.2.1990 3 children. m sp-Elizabeth TAYLOR b25.6.1907 Islington, London d14.7.1986 Ware, Hertfordshire 34253 5-Alfred SORRELL 1909-1909 34254 5-Rose SORRELL b13.1.1911 in Cromwell Road, Upper Holloway, London. d24.2.2007 5 children. m sp-Stanley Shackleton TAYLOR b20.5.1909 St James Road, Lower Holloway, London d8.2.1981 Marylebone Crematorium, London 34255 5-Violet May SORRELL b26.12.1912 Liverpool Road, N. London d13.4.1992 Marlebone Cemetery (Grave) 2 children. m sp-Charles BILLEN b16.8.1913 d24.12.1952 2 children. 34256 5-Bobby SORRELL 1914-1918 34257 5-George SORRELL b9.1.1919 d.10.1999 1 child. m sp-Margaret 34258 5-Gladys Ann SORRELL b4.7.1920 d4.12.1977 1 child. m sp-Cyril John BALDREY b1917 d1988 1 child. 34259 5-Phylis SORRELL b13.3.1922 in 30/34 Crown Mansions, Holloway, London 2 children. m sp-Laurence BALDREY b16.9.1915 3425(10) 5-Edward Charles SORRELL b9.3.1924 Holloway, Islington d1989 4 children. m sp-Daphne Josephine HOLTON b11.2.1928 Haringey 4 children. Dr of Leonard William Edward HOLTON & Ethel Ellen ANSELL - so a sr to wife of 3425(12). 3425(11) 5-Irene Patricia SORRELL b28.10.1926 d18.6.1963 1 child. m sp-Colin PAGE b4.3.1926 d1997 3425(12) 5-Stanley Derek SORRELL b1.1.1930 d1992 2 children. m sp-Dorreen June HOLTON b11.6.1929 d5.12.2002 2 children. Dr if Leonard William Edward HOLTON & Ethel Ellen ANSELL - so a sr to wife of 3425(10). 343 3-Mary Anne WHITSON b 26.12.1834 Haddington, bp 21.1.1835 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland - ex C11709-9. d by 1841. 344 3-Jessie WHITSON (26.12.1834-d by 1841) bp 05 OCT 1836 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland C195047 1829-1844. 345 3-John McNair WHITSON bp 09 JAN 1839 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland ex C195047 1829-1844; d 20.10.1875 aged 36 at Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland. Buried with his parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. The Auckland Electoral Roll for 1874-75 lists him at Mahurangi having freehold 14 acres in his occupation. He died aged 37, of pneumonia, 4 days (death cert.). See his father for details of his grave in Symonds St cemetery, Auckland.346 3-Elizabeth WHITSON (30.9.1840 South Leith, Midlothian-18.10.1899 Makaraka)
bp 04 NOV 1840 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland ex IGI C195047 1829-1844. 1851 with parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. Here is a photo in crinoline gown c30. And another.And another with 3 of her daughters, the youngest about 19, at their Gisborne home after 1882, scanned with permission from p29 of Nola EASDALE's book. Her grave. Another photo. A beneficiary of the will of her sister Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below. m 9.2.1865 by Rev. R McKINNEY of Mahurangi at Hobson Bridge,Auckland to sp-George JOHNSTONE (31.1.1839 Stirling,Scotland- 16.8.1886 Makaraka) George (1839-1886) attended Edinburgh University and arrived in Auckland in 1861. He and Elizabeth went to Scotland in 1865 to attend to the estate of his father. On returning to Auckland in 1869 George worked with his father-in-law as brewer in the family firm of WHITSON & Co. Their carriage had a footman and its harness had silver-plate. George sold his Albert Brewery interests to the WHITSONs in 1880, and in 1881 went to Gisborne and started his Gisborne Brewery in opposition to Mr. W.F. CRAWFORD who had purchased the Gisborne WHITSON Brewery in 1875. In 1882 George was in partnership with L.G.DIREY in the business of JOHNSTONE & DIREY: land, stock, station and general commission agents. George moved his family to Gisborne in 1882. The No 8 stone china dinner set they brought out from Scotland had 96 dinner plates alone. The set was split equally among the children of their first son George. They had 10 children. George JOHNSTONE perhaps in his 30s. And another ex Keith JOHNSTONE perhaps in his 40s. Is this from the St Andrew's Masonic Lodge? Their first three children (3461-3463) were born in Scotland. They returned to Auckland 1868-9 where their other 7 children were born, the last one in 1881 at their house at 29 Princes Street, built in 1877. An old photo of Government House in the foreground (now party of the university) with 3 houses on Princes St. The one on the left is Number 27, home of 325 Thomas and Lisa WHITSON. The one in the centre is Number 29, home of 346 Elizabeth and George JOHNSTONE. George was another founding member of the St. Andrew's Lodge. Their carriage had a footman and its harness had silver-plate. He had a fine shell collection. They moved to Gisborne in 1881-3 possibly to supervise the building of WHITSON & Co.'s brewery there. The site where the brewery was built on the corner of Read's Quay and Lowe is occupied in 2005 by a building with a date of 1928 inscribed on the face. (The Gisborne Herald, about July 1976 records that Capt. Geo. Ed. READ's cottage, built about 1867 at 126 Peel Street, Gisborne, is to be the first building in Gisborne's colonial village complex; it was rented by Major WESTRUPP, then Dr NESBITT the magistrate; then let to WHITSON & Co., then to the employees of W.F. CRAWFORD, who built the original breweries in Gisborne and became mayor in 1877. I gather CRAWFORD later bought this brewery from the WHITSONs). See `Breweries of Gisborne' (1995) by Ian JOHNSTONE, Dunedin. CRAWFORD was a keen amateur photographer, his legacy is over 5,000 photographs that are in the archives of Gisborne's Tairawhiti museum. See http://www.tairawhitimuseum.org.nz/faqs/default.asp This photo of the brewery was taken 1884 by CRAWFORD. Reproduced with permission. The next 3 are from Geoff KINGMA from the Tairawhiti Museum, Crawford Collection http://www.tairawhitimuseum.org.nz Here is the brewery's site plan - in the museum behind glass. A photo of the brewery taken 27.9.1897 - ref WFC 1/4 253 2 photos of the brewery from the book `Gisborne Exposed. Collation of William CRAWFORD' ref. 993.44. 1st caption: The corner opposite the brewery on Lowe St belonged to a blacksmith who stood next to REDSTONE's stables. 2nd caption: Driving sheep on dusty roads is thirsty work. The cute ones drive them around the brewery. The shepherd, covered with dust, comes in for a bucket of water ......- WFC Journal. George died 16.9.1886 and Elizabeth 18.10.1899 (or possibly 18.8.1900) at Makaraka, Matawhero. Derek JOHNSTONE ID 34615 2 has his paper of Commission as a Captain in the No. 2 Company of Auckland Naval Volunteers 9.9.1872,& his naval sword. These 2 are scanned with permission from p27 & p29 of Nola EASDALE's book. Derek also has some of his hand painted stone china with a coat of arms on it, the JOHNSTONE family bible, and a ring with the JOHNSTONE Crest - a spur between two wings. MOTTO: NEVER UNPREPARED It is said that this is to symbolise the days when their ancestors were border thieves Alexander TODD (34633) had a sugar basin with the motto on it as part of a dinner set brought out from Stirling which had 96 dinner plates alone. The set was split equally among the children of their first son, George (3461). Here is a photo of Keith's share of the dinnerset. Keith (ID 3461 7) had some of his grandfather George's old books, including a Greek book he had at Edinburgh University, and others back to 1779. Jessica TODD (ID 34631) has a silver snuff-box presented to John JOHNSTONE in 1839. They had 10 children ID 3461 to 346(10) below. Is this a photo of him? Check this is not his son 1121: He was only 47 when he died!See Gisborne Herald, 17.8.1886 for his inquest.He sold his Albert Brewery interests to the WHITSONs in 1880 and in 1881 went to Gisborne. He moved his family there in 1882. Gravestone of George, Elizabeth and Kate JOHNSTONE at Makaraka Cem., Gisborne courtesy of Ian J. And another from Ian J. ========================================================================== George has ID 12 in this JOHNSTONE tree: 0 George JOHNSTONE (c1757,Dalkeith,Scotland) Woollen cloth manufacturer in Galashiels. His father was a candle-maker in Dalkeith, and proprietor of a considerable property in the same town, known by the name of the Cross-Keys Inn. His father married again. His father's father was a farmer about the neighbourhood of Ettrick. m 1788 Galashiels sp-Agnes WATT (Dunkeld, Perthshire) 2 children: 1 Ebenezer JOHNSON/JOHNSTONE (5.12.1789 Roxburgh,Melrose,Scotland-25.10.1864 Stirling) www.familysearch.org (ex Faith S) gives b Darlingshaugh Melrose F170502. Bp 27.1.1790 C100091 1642-1819 Melrose, Roxburgh, Scotland A private in the Forfarshire Militia. Schoolmaster in his own school c1822. Bookseller, printer. Founder of the Stirling Observer 1836. m1 25.5.1808 at Stirling to Helen CHALMERS (29.7.1789 Stirling) 11 Agnes JOHNSTONE (14.6.1809 Stirling). [1 Ebenezer JOHNSTONE (5.12.1789 Roxburgh,Melrose,Scotland-25.10.1864Stirling)] m2 13.11.1837 at Stirling to Elizabeth GRAY (1800 Currie,Midlothian) 12 George JOHNSTONE (31.1.1839 Stirling,Scotland- 16.8.1886 Makaraka) m Elizabeth WHITSON (30.9.1840 Leith,Scotland-18.10.1899 Makaraka) [*346 above] 13 Janet Graham JOHNSTONE (5.7.1840 Stirling-28.4.1844 Stirling) 2 Mary JOHNSTONE (12.9.1791,Roxburgh,Melrose,Scotland). (There are quite a few JOHNSTONEs having first sons and naming them Ebenezer within a 10 year span.-FT) Who in NZ has a copy of the video of the JOHNSTONE family history? (Malcolm CAMERON is looking for a copy. Shown at the Gisborne reunion c1995.) ========================================================================== 3461 4-George John Alexander JOHNSTONE (25.12.1865 Stirling-17.7.1942 Gisborne) Auckland Grammar School. He was clerk of the court at Gisborne. Keen on rowing and athletics. Buried at Taruheru Cemetery.See obituary,A photo with his wife and 6 of his children - who are the 2 babies? A photo of George. An earlier photo with his wife and 6 of his children. A photo of their home with his wife and a boy and dog. One of him & his wife & a baby (grandson?)Possibly George JOHNSTONE and sons with Laurie FAIRHALLm 17.12.1890 at Matawhero to sp-`Cathy' Sarah Catherine GREENE, whose mother's brother, Thomas UREN (12.12.1869 Tauranga-28.1.1959 Gisborne) was the first pakeha child born in Poverty Bay. 7 children. 34611 5-Elizabeth Norma `Aube' JOHNSTONE (10.10.1891 Gisborne-12.11.1976 Whangarei)Photo LOST.Is this her?? m 23.6.1915 at Gisborne sp-Charles Petersen JUDD (25.11.1891 Gisborne -5.10.1967 Gisborne) A farmer near Makaraka, Gisborne. He served in WW1 (No. 53633) as a trooper. 6 children. The JUDD family: Back: Charlie 34611 2, Zelda 34611 5, Walter 34611 4 Front: Norma PINCHING 34611 3, Charles & Aube JUDD 34611, Esmae WHITTEN 34611 1 On 9.6.14 I received these photos from Mark MOORHOUSE email@example.com :JUDD Brothers with load of ChaffJUDD, MCGAVESTON, JOHNSTONE Camp c.191034611 1 6-Catherine `Esmae' JUDD (16.5.1916 Gisborne) m 22.8.1939 at Gisborne sp-Colin Vicissimus WHITTEN (24.2.1912 Ashhurst-1999 Ashhurst) Served WW2 (No.530268) as a private. NZ Medical Corps, a valuer and real estate agent. In 1995 at 33 Epsom Road, Palmerston North. *2000: moving to a retirement home. 3 children, the first is 34611 11 7-Jeanette Zelda WHITTEN (8.11.1940 Palmerston North) She is a speechwriter for the Department of Resource Management & the Environment, with a staff of 62 under her, including 23 speechwriters. * 1994: 31 Kippendavie Avenue,Toronto,Ontario,Canada M4L3R3. m 12.6.1965 in England sp-Fraser Gemmill DAY (3.10.1942 Hamilton) Photographer. Separated. 3 children, firstly 34611 111 8-Tanya Catherine DAY (10.5.1970 Toronto,Canada) 34611 112 8-`Luke' Lucas Grahame DAY (26.9.1973 Auckland) 34611 113 8-Kailah DAY (11.11.1978 Toronto,Canada) 34611 12 7-Stuart Charles WHITTEN (18.9.1942 Palmerston North) Carpet retailer. Radiographer. m 32.8.1964 at Palmerston North sp-(Amy) Helen SEARLE (7.7.1941/42 Palmerston North). Palmerston Hospital Board or Ashhurst rep on the PCC? * 1995-2000: 128 Oxford Street, Ashhurst, Palmerston North ph 06 326 8308. 4 children, firstly 34611 121 8-Daniel Mervyn WHITTEN (13.11.1967 Palmerston North) 1995 doing a psychology course in Nelson. Packer, tutor. * 1996: Moutere Highway, Upper Moutere. 34611 122 8-Lance Stuart WHITTEN (29.8.1969 Palmerston North) Truckdriver & builder. * 1995: Invercargill. 34611 123 8-Bendall Colin WHITTEN (5.3.1972 Palmerston North) Hairdresser. 1994 Arthur's Point Motorcamp, Queenstown. * 1995: 128 Oxford St, Ashhurst. 34611 124 8-Mara Faith WHITTEN (29.1.1975 Palmerston North) Nanny. * 1996: 128 Oxford St, Ashhurst. 34611 13 7-Graeme Donald WHITTEN (13.10.1947 Palmerston North) Pilot. m 10.11.1972 at Leslie,Johannesburg, South Africa sp-(Madelena) Marietha VAN VERRAN (22.10.1946) In 1978 they were living at Jan Kempdorp 8550, South Africa. They have 2 planes, their own topdressing company & a small crop farm. * 1994: Box 280, Hartswater, South Africa. ph 0027 5332 41742. 3 children, firstly 34611 131 8-Ansa Ida WHITTEN (14.10.1975 Palmerston North) 34611 132 8-Reecha Esmae WHITTEN (29.5.1978 Palmerston North or Fielding) 34611 133 8-(Colin) Jody WHITTEN (29.5.1983 South Africa) 34611 2 6-Charles Petersen JUDD (15.8.1917 Gisborne-21.7.1987 Whangarei, buried at Maunu) Served in WW2 (No.74818) as a private in NZ Medical Corps. Dairy farmer. m 1938 at Whangarei sp-Marjorie Maud HARDIE (1914 Whangarei) 1995: 110 Kiripaka Road, Whangarei. ph 09 437 1089 * 1996: 27A Tay St, Oamaru ph 03 1 child, 34611 21 7-James `Pete' Petersen JUDD (3.6.1945 Whangarei) Company Rep. Beef and sheep farmer, Auctioneer. m 7.4.1964 at Whangarei sp-Lynette Marie SUCKLING (21.7.1945 Whangerei). They were at 10 Wakelan Street, Kamo, Whangarei. 1995: 8 Bernleigh Terrace, West Harbour, Auckland ph 06 416 5447 * 1996: 27A Tay St, Oamaru ph 03 34611 211 8-Stephanie Anne JUDD (1965 Whangarei) m 1983 sp- Anthony Gilbert GARTON (1961 Mangonui) Stock agent. 3 children. * 1996*: 18 North Road, Kaitaia ph 09 408 0266 34611 2111 9-Dianne Maree GARTON (1985 Kaitaia) 34611 2112 9-Nicola Jane GARTON (1986 Kaitaia) 34611 2113 9-Jodie Louise GARTON (1989 Kaitaia) 34611 212 8-Michael Peter JUDD (1966 Whangarei) Salesman. m 1987 sp-Susan Lois ABERCROMBIE (1963 Whangarei) 2 children. * 1996: 15 Dart St, Oamaru 34611 2121 9-Jacob Matthew JUDD (1988 Whangarei) 34611 2122 9-Amanda Jane JUDD (1990 Whangarei) 34611 213 8-Penelope Jane JUDD (1971 Whangarei) m 1989 sp-Gregory Neville BOAKES autoelectrician. 1 child *1996: 9 Clyde St, Dargaville ph 09 439 6626 34611 2131 9-Samuel James BOAKES (1990 Dargaville) 34611 214 8-Karen Marie JUDD (1975 Whangarei) Office manager. 34611 215 8-Sonia Louise JUDD (1977 Whangarei) 34611 216 8-Tony Mark JUDD (21.3.1980 Whangarei) 34611 3 6-George Walter JUDD (7.2.1921 Gisborne-21.8.1976 Gisborne) Contractor. m 6.4.1943 at Christchurch sp-Mazzie Esmae EVEREST (24.4.1922 Lincoln) * 1995: 5 Healey Place, Gisborne. Ph 06 868 9280. 1 child, 34611 31 7-Denzil Bertram JUDD (5.12.1950 Wairoa) Agricultural contractor. 120 acres in Maize jointly with Mazzie. Sold 66 acres to Japanese plywood factory. (Juberniso) m 14.12.1971 at Whangarei sp-Rosemary Florence BIGELOW (8.2.1955 Whangarei) Florist. They were at McDonalds Road, Matawhero. * 1995: Willows Road, Matawhero, Gisborne. Ph 06 868 4860; the shed 06 867 6028 PO Box 979, Gisborne. 2 children, firstly 34611 311 8-Sharlene Louise JUDD (7.8.1973 Gisborne) Dentistry student at Otago Uni. * 1996: 17 Duchess Av, Dunedin 34611 312 8-Gregory Paul JUDD (29.10.1975 Gisborne) Works with his father. 34611 4 6-Edith `Norma' JUDD (7.1.1922 Gisborne) Was at 53 Ruahine St,PN. 1995: 75 Birmingham Street, Palmerston North. *2003: Ph 06 358 0688 Masonic Court , Palmerston North. m1 14.8.1944 at Gisborne sp-Owen Grenville PINCHING (6.6.1922 Gisborne) Farm contractor. Divorced. 3 children. m2 18.4.1992 to `Bill' William Rennie Crooks STEWART (29.10.1924 Dalkeith, Scotland-1999 Palmerston North) Dalkeith is 10m W of Edinburgh. No children. Bill has 5 children (Lesley, Graeme, Jocelyn, Alison & Janet) by his 1st marriage. 34611 41 7-Delia Margaret PINCHING (18.9.1947 Gisborne) m 8.5.1971 at Palmerston North sp-Gregory Owen EDMEADES (10.5.1948/46 Putaruru) Agronomist, working in 1994 in Mexico City for CIMMYT, a centre to improve maize and wheat. He took leave at Reading University. They also have a home at Cambridge, New Zealand. 2001: Hawaii. Googling gives many entries, eg 2010, a consultant with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 2011: on NZ radio as part of the group Acknowledge, opposing pseudo-science. 2 children, firstly 34611 411 8-Jeffrey David EDMEADES (10.3.1975 Canada) BA at Waikato University in Human Geography. * 2000: doing a MA at University of North Carolina 34611 412 8-Mark Peter EDMEADES (2.8.1977 Mexico) 34611 42 7-Cynthia Helen Dawn PINCHING (3.10.1950 Gisborne) * 1995-2000: 15 Essex Street, Te Aro, Wellington. Phone 04 385 0795. m 22.8.1970 at Palmerston North sp-David Maxwell GRENVILLE (13.7.1949 Winton) Separated. 3 children (all at home in 2000), firstly 34611 421 8-Daniel John GRENVILLE (10.2.1978 Gisborne) Landscape gardener. 34611 422 8-Kathryn Jayne GRENVILLE (12.3.1981 Wellington) 34611 423 8-Ellen Marie GRENVILLE (4.6.1983 Wellington) 34611 43 7-Valerie Esmae PINCHING (18.5.1956 Gisborne) Occupational therapist. She works at Resthaven Home, Cambridge. m 7.2.1981 at Linden,Tawa,Wellington sp-Allan John NIXON (14.1.1957 Wellington) Ph.D. in Zoology. Works at Ruakura on goat & wool fibres. * 1995: 39 Morrinsville Rd, Hamilton. Ph 07 856 8130. 2 children, firstly 34611 431 8-David Robert Lawrence NIXON (5.2.1985 Palmerston North) 34611 432 8-Christopher John NIXON (22.12.1988 Palmerston North) 34611 5 6-Dulcia `Zelda' JUDD (10.11.1925 Gisborne) In 1978 at 5/43 Kamo Road, Whangarei. * 1994-2005: 520 Blockhouse Bay Road, Auckland. Ph 09 627 2216. m 28.4.1947 at Gisborne sp-Robert `Keith' BARRON (24.7.1922 Whangarei -5.4.1978 Auckland) Farmer. 1 child, 34611 51 7-(Ross) James BARRON (8.10.1966 Whangarei) 1966-71 Whananaki South near Whangarei, 1971-80 Parker Rd Oratia nr Auckland, 1981-87 Carlton Cr, Kamo nr Whangarei, 1987-88 Hinemoa St, nr Whangarei, 1989-91 UK/Germany, 1991-94 Wellington, 1994-1997 Auckland, 1997-99 Albion St Surry Hills, Sydney, 1999-2004 Manchester UK, 2005 He had an IT company. Maidenhead London 2009 x"att"xau.com 2005 or 2007 james"att"saphr.com or 2009 james"att"xau.com ph 04 384 8564, 021 123 1750 /Deloitte Their new home at 51 Harbour View Road, Northland, Wellington 6012 can be seen at http://www.tommys.co.nz/property.asp?fromhome=true&id=584&propertyid=14723He has put up some of his mother's old photos - lots of JUDD & some JOHNSTONEsincluding George & Catherine JOHNSTONE in early 1900s, at this link. He & Joff are moved to Wellington 2008. 34611 6 6-Elizabeth `Verna' JUDD (21.4.1927 Gisborne) m 1.6.1948 at Gisborne sp-Alex Newton CORNES (30.1.1927 Hastings) Orchardist and drainlayer. *1994-2005: 1023 Omahu Road, Hastings. Phone 06 879 6162. 5 children, firstly 34611 61 7-Carol Anne CORNES (15.4.1949 Hastings) m 25.1.1979 at Hastings sp-William Rowan FOSTER (1945 Maungaturoto or Aria) * 1994: 31 Gorge Road, Maungaturoto, Northland. Ph 09 431 8471 5 children, firstly 34611 611 8-Murray William FOSTER (1977 Maungaturoto) Furniture manufacture. * 1996:31 Gorge Rd, Maungaturoto 34611 612 8-Basil James FOSTER (1979 Maungaturoto) 34611 613 8-Douglas Graham FOSTER (1981 Maungaturoto) 34611 614 8-Hayden Robert FOSTER (1983 Maungaturoto) 34611 615 8-Alan Edward FOSTER (1986 Maungaturoto) 34611 62 7-Elizabeth `Marie' CORNES (17.6.1951 Hastings) Secretary. 1994: 142 Little Sydney Valley, RD3, Motueka. Phone 03 528 (9115 or 9307). * 1996: 471 Waimea Rd, Nelson ph 03 547 7858 m 8.9.1970 at Hastings sp-Charles Keith DECK (9.10.1950 Motueka-1994) Company Manager. 4 children, firstly 34611 621 8-Jerome Charles DECK (15.12.1972 Motueka) 34611 622 8-Vernon James DECK (15.10.1974 Motueka) 34611 623 8-Fraser Mark DECK (7.4.1978 Motueka) * 1996: 471 Waimea Rd, Nelson ph 03 547 7858 34611 624 8-Toby Stephen DECK (12.1.1983 Motueka) 34611 63 7-Alwyn Lois CORNES (28.2.1953 Hastings) m 28.3.1972 at Hastings sp-Terence Brian SENIOR (1950 Wellington) Sheet metal worker. Were at 711 Southland Road, Hastings. * 1995: 505 Henry St, Hastings ph 06 878 7973 6 children, firstly 34611 631 8-Donna Marie SENIOR (8.11.1973 Hastings) Secretary. * 1996: 505 Henry St, Hastings 34611 632 8-Josie Lyn SENIOR (24.2.1975 Hastings) Sheetmetal worker. * 1996: 505 Henry St, Hastings 34611 633 8-Daniel James SENIOR (15.6.1977 Hastings) 34611 634 8-Roy John SENIOR (26.3.1981 Hastings) 34611 635 8-Michael Robert SENIOR (27.3.1984 Hastings) 34611 636 8-Peter Karl SENIOR (28.4.1987 Hastings) 34611 64 7-Neroll Joy CORNES (12.12.1959 Hastings) m 10.8.1978 at Hastings sp-Michael Dunlop SMITH (1956 Napier) Orchardist. Were at 17 Selwyn Cr, Napier. 1995: 1031 Fitzroy Avenue, Hastings. Ph 06 876 9871 * 1996: 17 Selwyn Crescent, Napier ph 06 835 7123 2 children, firstly 34611 641 8-Wendy Joy SMITH (25.9.1980 Hastings) 34611 642 8-Delia Anne SMITH (3.9.1982 Hastings) 34611 65 7-Deborah Dawn CORNES (10.2.1967 Hastings) Payroll officer. Was at 400 Lumsden Road, Hastings then *1312 Pakowhai Rd, Hastings ph 06 876 2319 34612 5-`Dic' Dulcia Irene Catherine JOHNSTONE (31.10.1892 Gisborne -21.4.1933 Wairoa) On 6.6.14 I received these photos from Mark MOORHOUSE firstname.lastname@example.org A studio photo of Dulcia c18.A postcard she sent Laurie FAIRHALL of Wakefield, Nelson in 1910.And another postcard to him.0744 Dulcia JOHNSTONE, Annandale 3 Apr 1910 to Laurie FAIRHALLMark writes "It appears Lawrence Edward FAIRHALL and Dulcia had a short romance while he visited Gisborne 1909-1910. Both were about 18. He was droving on some station there. Evidence from other P/C's indicates that they were both enjoying the relationship, but he was obliged to return home to Wakefield, Nelson and that sort of distance was a formidable obstacle for any romance in those days and so they 'broke up' and Dulcia went on to marry John Forbes FYSON after WW1." m 16.3.1921 at Gisborne sp-Arthur Forbes FYSON (9.8.1895 Gisborne-25.5.1957 Wairoa) Chemist, served in WW1 (No.3/2549) as a private, and in WW2 as a Home Guard Lieutenant. 1 child. Arthur remarried Mary Anne KNIGHT. She lives at * 1995: 19 Lahore St, Wairoa 34612 1 6-John Forbes FYSON (4.5.1931 Wairoa-c15.5.2018 France) B.Sc. in chemistry, an Opera buff. Studied design at Central School of Arts & Crafts in London for two years, lived aboard own yacht and sailed extensively in English, French and Italian waters, working in boatyards and on custom redesign of yacht interiors. Employed by the Food & Agricultural organisation of the United Nations to set up a training course for boatbuilders of fishing boats in Senegal, then employed in various design and construction projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the South Pacific completing 25 years service with the United Nations in Rome as Senior Officer responsible for FAO Fishing vessel design and construction projects worldwide. Author and editor of various technical publications on fishing vessel design and construction. Retired to the South of France 1987. He navigated a tourist boat in Auckland for both America Cups (ie 1998 & 2002??) John FYSON. m 30.5.1964 at Senegal, West Africa sp-Marna Elizabeth POTTER (26.6.1934 Lower Hutt) She wrote a book on otters. They lived for a while at 50 Christchurch Road, East Sheen, London SW14 UK. 2000: Grand Rue, 83570 Correns, France. Phone/fax 0033 94 595 220 #2014: email j_fyson"att"yahoo.com 1 child, 34612 11 7-Sara FYSON (7.11.1975 England) "Sara finished her MA thesis on French confrontation in Rwanda and exams (International Relations) in Oxford June 2000 and is now taking a deep breath before she decides about doing a doctorate at Oxford - having already been accepted there." Sara with Malcolm CAMERON 346163 at the Gisborne reunion. #2007-14: Sara has been working in Paris at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, email sarafyson"att"yahoo.com 2018: Counsellor, Director's Office, Public Governance Directorate Sara.FYSON@oecd.org 34613 5-Ruth Alexandra WHITSON JOHNSTONE (15.2.1894 Gisborne-29.10.1894 Gisborne) 34614 5-Althea Georgina JOHNSTONE (2.11.1895 Gisborne-2.6.1958 Gisborne) Althea aged about 20. L to R: Rear: John 34614 1, David 34614 8, Russell BALL sp 34614 , Dulcie 34614 2 Front: Aileen 34614 7, Margaret 34614 6, Patricia 34614 5. m 1.4.1926 at Gisborne sp-Henry `Russell' BALL (27.6.1900 Whangarei -7.10.1977 Kaiti,Gisborne) Drover. He drove from Gisborne to New Plymouth and other big drives. He took 13,000 sheep from Tolaga Bay to Waikato, one of the biggest drives in New Zealand. The flock was split in 2 at Te Kaha. 9 children, firstly 34614 1 6-John Roger BALL (9.9.1927 Gisborne) Farmer. m 31.1.1947 at Gisborne sp-Yvonne Nield RUSSELL (17.11.1926 Gisborne) Manager. They were at Dawson Road, RD1, Taupiri. * 1995: Walsh Rd, RD 10, Frankton, Hamilton. Phone 07 829 8537 4 children, firstly 34614 11 7-Roger Kinsman BALL (19.2.1948 Gisborne) Manager of Toolhouse W. m 18.3.1972 at Papakura sp-Valerie Margaret ATTWOOD (20.4.1952 Papakura) Clerk. * 1995: 3 Willencote Place, Papakura. Ph 09 298 6476 2 children, firstly 34614 111 8-Philip Rodger BALL (23.10.1977 Papakura) Student * 1996: 3 Wilencote Place, Papakura 34614 112 8-Haydon Ross BALL (28.12.1981 Papakura) Electrical contractor. 34614 12 7-Keith George BALL (8.12.1949 Gisborne) Supervisor. Manager Was at Dawson Road RD1, Taupiri. * 1995: 154 Clevedon Rd, Papakura ph 09? 298 9622 m1 23.10.1971 at Hamilton sp-Linda Ellen CAMERON (11.3.1952 Wellingtn) 3 children. Divorced 1981. m2 1984 at Hamilton sp-"Marg" Elizabeth Margaretha HURFORD nee VAN DER SPEK. Separated 1986. m3 9.2.1991 at Manurewa sp-Anne Jeanette JULIAN (5.4.??) * 1995: 154 Clevedon Rd, Papakura ph 09 298 9622 34614 121 8-Tina Ellen BALL (29.11.1973 Hamilton) Receptionist. * 1996: 28 Goldsmith St, Hamilton Children of 34614 12: Tina -1, Shane -3. Front: Tracey -234614 122 8-Tracey Yvonne BALL (20.9.1976 Tokoroa) Fashion consultant. * 1996: 28 Goldsmith St, Hamilton 34614 123 8-Shane Keith BALL (13.7.1979 Tokoroa) 34614 13 7-Christopher John BALL (12.7.1955 Te Aroha) Landscaper. m 12.3.1983 at Vernon, B.C., Canada sp-Adrianna Marie MUNTS (5.9.1958 Burnaby,Vancouver,B.C.,Canada) * WERE General Delivery, Raymond, Alberta, Canada TOK 250. *1995 Horotui Bridge Road, R D 8 Hamilton. 2 children 34614 131 8-Charline Marie BALL (9.8.1986 Lethbridge,Canada) 34614 132 8-John Arie BALL (4.7.1990 Calgary Canada) 34614 14 7-Jeffrey Gilbert BALL (23.11.1960 Papakura) Panelbeater. Sold Panelbeating shop to build an Amway business. * 1994: 2 Cypress Crescent, Hamilton. Phone 07 849 3242. m1 26.11.1983 at Hamilton sp-Karen Shona INGS (1962 Te Awamutu). Separated 1986. 1 child. m2 1990 sp-Jennifer SYNNOTT Dietary. 1 child from a previous marriage. 34614 141 8-Jenna Celeste BALL (2.3.1985) 34614 2 6-Dulcia Catherine BALL (3.3.1929 Gisborne) 1995: Flat 7, Ruahine Place, Waipukarau ph 06 858 9989 * 1996: 566 Beach Rd, Porongahau ph 06 858 9989 m1 1.4.1947 at Gisborne to Robert John HORNE (1926 Gisborne). 3 children. Divorced. m2 4.7.1953 at Gisborne to Keith Henry BLOXHAM (5.3.1927 Gisborne) Truck driver. Divorced. 3 children. m3 1981 Clement BURROWS (1918 Gisborne-17.11.1983 Gisborne). 34614 21 7-John Robert HORNE (18.7.1947 Gisborne) Name changed to ARROL. m 24.10.1970 at Edgecombe to Lillian Jane McVICKERS (27.6.1949 Bodlymena, Ireland) Manager. 2 children. * 1995: 15 Lynmore Drive, Manurewa ph 09 268 0215 34614 211 8-Tony John ARROL (3.3.1976 Whakatane) Horticulture. * 1996: 15 Lynmore Drive, Manurewa ph 09 268 0215 34614 211 8-Tracey Maree ARROL (1.3.1978 Whakatane) Secretary. * 1996: 15 Lynmore Drive, Manurewa ph 09 268 0215 34614 22 7-Michael Stanley HORNE (31.7.1948 Gisborne) Name changed to ARROL. Machine operator. Ran a hydraulic digger for the council. Farmhand. m 24.7.1971 at Whakatane to Janyce Marie LYON (25.11.1951 Whakatane) Teacher's assistant. 4 children * 1995: Highway 30, Awakeri, RD2, Whakatane 34614 221 8-Shane Michael ARROL (13.12.1971 Whakatane-25.9.1989 Whakatane) Daily Post 26.9.1989 ".. killed instantly yesterday after the car in which he was a passenger hit a tree .. around 7pm as the car was travelling up a private driveway 400m S of Fortune Rd on SH 30 .." 34614 222 8-Kirstie Marie ARROL (9.5.1973 Whakatane-3.7.1973 Whakatane) 34614 223 8-Brendon Mark ARROL (11.7.1974 Whakatane) Farmhand * 1996: SH 30, Awakeri RD 2 Whakatane 34614 224 8-Jolene Michelle ARROL (11.11.1977 Whakatane) Cook. * 1996: SH 30, Awakeri RD 2 Whakatane 34614 23 7- Russell Charles HORNE (11.9.1949 Gisborne) Name changed to Robin Patrick LAWTON. Shopkeeper, fitter welder, prison officer. m1 6.11.1971 Gisborne sp-Mary LOCKWOOD (1.11.1950 Tolaga Bay) Nurse. Divorced 1978. 2 children. m2 10.5.1979 Te Awamutu to Patricia Kay RENWICK (21.4.1957 Howick Howick) Hospital aide, caregiver. 5 children. 1995: 8 Montgomery Crescent, Putaruru ph 07 883 8286 * 1996: 65 Shrimpton Rd, Haumoana (between Napier & Hastings) ph 06 875 1274 34614 231 8-Sonia Mary LAWTON (1973 Gisborne) 34614 232 8-Alister Robin LAWTON (1975 Gisborne) 34614 233 8-Wayne Reece LAWTON (1984 Gisborne) 34614 234 8-Rachael Luanna LAWTON (1986 Putaruru) 34614 235 8-Vaughan Steven LAWTON (1990 Putaruru) 34614 24 7-Roseanne Elizabeth BLOXHAM (21.4.1954 Gisborne) * 1996: Beach Rd, Porangahau ph 06 855 5281 m1 24.7.1971 at Gisborne to Ian David WILSON (6.10.1952 Wanganui). Divorced. 1 child. m2 1.7.1978 at Tolaga Bay to Winton Burnley HALL (23.8.1958 Tolaga Bay). Farm manager, tourist operator. 3 children. 1994: Blackhead Rd, Parimahu Station, Waipukurau. Ph 06 855 5261 or 858 8696 * 1996: Makaramu St, Porangahau Beach, Waipukurau ph 06 855 5261 34614 241 8-Angela Kirsten HALL (31.10.1972 Gisborne) Resthome assistant. * 1996: Beach Rd, Porangahau ph 06 855 5281 1 child: 34614 2411 9- 34614 242 8-Hayden Gordon HALL (16.12.1978 Gisborne) 34614 243 8-Nicola Ann HALL (6.8.1980 Napier) Going to Tonga with Hawkes Bay Youth Band. (1995) 34614 244 8-Matthew Winton HALL (7.3.1985 Waipukarau) 34614 25 7-Shellaine Dulcia BLOXHAM (5.2.1956 Gisborne) m1 8.7.1977 at Gisborne to Brian Desmond WEEKS (20.9.1956 Stratford) 2 children Divorced 1984. Agricultural labourer. m2 1984 at Auckland to Julian Nigel PATON. Divorced. m3 21.11.1987 at Wynnum, Australia to Donald CAMPBELL. * Brisbane, Australia. 34614 251 8-Carl Wayne WEEKS (25.12.1976 Gisborne) 34614 252 8-Stacey Lee WEEKS (20.3.1979 Gisborne) 34614 26 7-Wayne Keith BLOXHAM (13.8.1960 Gisborne) Drover at Maungatoto Station at Morere. * 1996: Tarndale Rd, Whatatutu m 5.10.1991 at Rotorua to Vanessa Florence MASON (7.7.1954 Auckland) 2 children * 1995: C/o Maungatoto Station, P O Morere, Gisborne. Ph. 06-837-8645 34614 261 8-Amanda Florence BLOXHAM (3.2.1992 Gisborne) 34614 262 8-Samantha Jane BLOXHAM (19.9.1994 Gisborne) 34614 3 6-Russell Owen BALL (26.6.1930 Gisborne-27.6.1930 Gisborne) 34614 4 6-Peter James BALL (2.9.1931 Gisborne-24.6.1992 Rotorua) Shepherd. m 5.2.1955 at Gisborne to Eileen Dioney FLETCHER (20.3.1934 Tokomaru Bay) Were 96 Turner Drive, Rotorua. 1995: 16 Kara Street Gisborne. Ph 06-867-3612 * 1996: 22 Cobden St, Gisborne ph 06 867 3612 6 children, firstly 34614 41 7-Brian Peter BALL (12.4.1957 Gisborne) Farmhand, shepherd. m 30.4.1983 at Rotorua to Toni Michele KNIGHT (29.4.1964 Melbourne,Australia) Teacher's aide. 1995: RD 1 Goudies Road, Reporoa. * 1996: Massey Rd, Reporoa ph 07 333 7098. 2 children, firstly 34614 411 8-Michael Brian BALL (12.12.1983 Rotorua) 34614 412 8-James Steven BALL (4.11.1985 Rotorua) 34614 42 7-Max William BALL (6.5.1958 Gisborne) Bushman, filleter, timberworker. * 1995: 32 Neri Cr, Rotorua 07 346 1291 m 4.2.1995 sp- "Wild Thing" Shari Rose HORGAN (8.2.1969) Clerk. 34614 43 7-Ian George BALL (20.10.1959 Gisborne) Trucker. * C/o M. Pierce, 46 Douop Street, Pialba 4655, Queensland, Australia. 34614 44 7-Alice Gillian BALL (14.2.1961 Gisborne-1.4.1984 Auckland, buried in Rotorua) 1 child, 34614 441 8-Peter Henry BALL name changed to MILLER (16.11.1978 Rotorua) Attended Lytton High School. On Student Council. He was "Where's Wally?" for Wally on Wheels treasure hunt at the 1995 book festival. * 1995: Lives with grandmother Eileen at 16 Kara Street Gisborne. 34614 45 7-Marian Elizabeth BALL (24.4.1962 Gisborne) * 1995: 45 Susan St, Rotorua ph 07 346 2381. 1 child, 34614 451 8-Jade Lisa BALL (16.7.1988 Rotorua) 34614 46 7-Jenny Lee BALL (6.6.1967 Gisborne) 1995: 16 Kara Street, Gisborne * 1996: Library Rd, Te Karaka m 15.12.1984 at Rotorua to David Matthew WELLS (19.1.1962 Rotorua). Carpenter. 2 children. Separated. * 1995: 8 Steeles Lane, Rotorua ph 07 349 0304 34614 461 8-Christopher David WELLS (4.9.1985 Rotorua) 34614 462 8-`Jimmy' Mathew WELLS (28.4.1989 Rotorua) 34614 5 7-Patricia Mary BALL (20.1.1933 Gisborne) Office Manager. They were at 16 Bains Avenue, Hamilton. * 1995: ph 07 576 1699, 12 Grange Rd,Otumoetai, Tauranga m 19.9.1953 at Gisborne to Wilfred 'Irvine' QUIGLEY (13.7.1925 Gisborne -3.4.1981 Hamilton). Electrician. 4 children, firstly 34614 51 7-Russell Irvine QUIGLEY (24.7.1954 Gisborne) Electronics electrician. * Brisbane, Australia. 34614 52 7-John Allan QUIGLEY (12.6.1956 Gisborne-15.3.1982 Australia) Farmer. Killed in truck accident. 34614 53 7-Stuart Gary QUIGLEY (28.3.1958 Gisborne) Tutor. Has an engineering business. Paints bridges. m 1.9.1984 at Taupo to Katrina Mary McEWAN (19.6.1960 Taupo) Labourer. * 1994-6: 31c Waingaro Road, Ngaruawahaia. Ph 07 824 7343 3 children, firstly 34614 531 8-Joshua James QUIGLEY (12.12.1991 Hamilton) 34614 532 8-Astra Rose QUIGLEY (28.7.1985 Rotorua) 34614 533 8-Jonathan Irvine QUIGLEY (17.5.1987 Auckland) 34614 54 7-'Sandy' Sandra Yvonne QUIGLEY (26.4.1959 Gisborne) Military policewoman. Was at Linton Camp, (Palmerston North). 1995: Trentham camp. 10 Hobart Lane Upper Hutt. Ph 04-528-4170. * 1996: 10B McKinnon Cr, Waiouru ph 387 5030 34614 6 6-Margaret Althea BALL (16.4.1934 Gisborne) #2007 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne. m 16.5.1953 at Gisborne to `Jack' John Raymond DEVER (16.12.1931 Tolaga Bay -c1999) barman, butcher. They were at 513 Childers Road, Gisborne. * 1995: 478 Palmerston Road, Gisborne ph 06 868 4456. Then to Aberdeen Rd. 4 children, firstly 34614 61 7-(John Alexander) `Alec' DEVER (16.12.1954 Waipiro Bay) Driver. m 16.10.1976 at Gisborne to `Kuia' Te Atarangi Ngawini REEDY (22.10.1943 Waipiro Bay). She has 3 children by her first marriage. They were at 14 Oak Street, Gisborne. * 1995: Regal Dairy, 359 Ormond Road, Gisborne. 06 867 or 876 5762 4 children, firstly 34614 611 8-Jacqueline Yvonne REEDY (23.7.1964 Wellington) Librarian. * 1996: 19 Chalmers St, Gisborne ph 06 867 2360 1 child. m to `Jimmy' James Vivian GREEN (1955) Driver, court attendant. * 1995: 29 Mathews Road, Gisborne ph 06 867 2360 34614 6111 9-Jordan Amelia GREEN (1990 Gisborne) 34614 612 8-William Joseph REEDY (14.2.1968 Rotorua) 34614 613 8-Amelia Margaret REEDY (10.10.1969 Rotorua) 34614 614 8-Carol Alexis DEVER (25.7.1987 Hastings) 34614 62 7-Shirley Anne DEVER (30.12.1955 Waipiro Bay) Receptionist. m 18.5.1974 at Ruatoria to Alexander James SCOTT (18.9.1950 Gisborne) Butcher. * 1994: 4 Alice Street Gisborne. Ph 06 867 2928 2 children, firstly 34614 621 8-Jason Alastair SCOTT (9.5.1975 Gisborne) Student. * 1996: 4 Alice Street Gisborne. Ph 06 867 2928 34614 622 8-Alisha June Mary SCOTT (28.8.1979/78 Gisborne) Student. * 1996: 4 Alice Street Gisborne. Ph 06 867 2928 34614 63 7-Pamela Margaret DEVER (24.9.1957 Waipiro Bay) Clerk. m 20.5.1976 at Gisborne to Charles Leaf KUPENGA (16.5.1951 Ruatoria). 1 child. Live on Toy Farm. * 1995: Wharekopae Road, Ngatapa. 20Km NW of Gisborne ph 07 863 9811 34614 631 8-Daphne Margaret KUPENGA (25.4.1977 Gisborne) Student. * 1996: Wharekopae Road, Ngatapa. 20Km NW of Gisborne ph 07 863 9811 34614 64 7-June Myrtle DEVER (1.6.1960 Te Puia) m1 24.12.1981 at Gisborne to Alan Douglas HONEYCOMBE (1.8.1958 Murapara). * 1995: 26 Tania Crescent, Rotorua. Phone 07 347 9973. 1 child. m2 4.6.1994 at Gisborne to Gary R JONES (19.12.1962 Gisborne) 1 child ?* 1996: 26 Andrew St, Gisborne ph 07 867 9232 34614 641 8-Brad Alan John HONEYCOMBE (23.4.1987 Rotorua) 34614 642 8-Bridget Marie JONES (5.11.1994 Gisborne) 34614 7 6-Beryl `Aileen' BALL (21.4.1937 Gisborne) Real estate salesperson. m 1.10.1955 at Matamata to Kenneth Herbert MUDFORD (17.4.1923 Matamata-2004) Farmer. He represented New Zealand in the Isle of Man motorcycling 1951-53. Were at Piakonui Road, RD1, Walton. 1995: 130 Burwood Rd, Matamata ph 07 888 6850 * 1996: 11 Kaimai Drive, Matamata ph 07 888 6850 #2007 Karaka St, Matamata. They plan to move to their place at The Mount. 2 children, firstly 34614 71 7-John Kenneth MUDFORD (10.12.1959 Hamilton) Mechanic. Sales & Marketing Executive. Regional Product Manager for Amways Auckland. m 29.7.1989 to Ann-Marie COPPONI (14.3.1962 Boston,USA) *1995 Whitford Road, Auckland. ph 09 530-8737. 3 children 34614 711 8-"AJ" Anthony John MUDFORD (16.1.1991) 34614 712 8-Dylan MUDFORD (7.5.1993) 34614 713 8-Mikayla Ann MUDFORD (3.1.1995) 34614 72 7-Robyn Maree MUDFORD (4.11.1961 Matamata) Travel consultant. m 30.3.1984 at Matamata to `Rick' Richard Kevin WYLIE (Adelaide, Australia). Bloodstock Sales Manager 1995 35 Fairview Avenue, Feilding. ph 06 323-3143 3 children * 1996: 7 Caroline Drive, Feilding ph 06 323 3143 34614 721 8-James Kevin WYLIE (17.7.1989) 34614 722 8-Emma Julianne WYLIE (3.6.1991) 34611 473 8-Samuel John WYLIE (2.11.1993) 34614 8 6-David Henry BALL (25.2.1939 Gisborne) Shepherd, builder, vandriver, shop assistant. They built their own home. Life member & past president of the Tatapouri Fishing Club. Holds 2 NZ fishing records. Malcolm CAMERON is also a member. This club has a fantastic display of trophy fish. m 23.4.1960 at Gisborne to Judith Ann REILLY (28.5.1942 Gisborne) * 1995: 27 Ropata Street, Gisborne. *2007: 19 Valley Rd Mangapapa Gisborne Phone/fax 06 867 1172. 6 children, firstly 34614 81 7-Darryl John BALL (12.10.1960 Gisborne) Truck driver, restaurant manager, warehouse manager. m 4.6.1988 at Gisborne to Pamela Kay ELLIS (28.5.1955 Auckland). Restaurant manager. They were at 30 Parau Street, Gisborne, then at Were at 187 Wainui Rd, Gisborne. 1995 Rotorua. Ph. 07-357-5589 #2007: Manukau Heights, 11 De Havilland Dr. 34614 82 7-Martin James BALL (26.10.1961 Gisborne) Carpenter, dairy proprietor, builder, restauranteur. #2007 at Taupo. m1 19.6.1982 at Gisborne to Debra Amy HUMPHREY (28.2.1963 Gisborne). 3 children. They were at 117 Iranui Road, Gisborne. 1995: 23 Turenne St, Gisborne. 34614 821 8-Belinda Nicole BALL (22.5.1986 Gisborne)#2007: Dublin. 34614 822 8-Duncan Mitchel BALL (27.4.1989 Gisborne) Twin. #2007: Duncan. 34614 823 8-Marie Chantel BALL (27.4.1989 Gisborne) Twin. #2007: Taupo with her father. [34614 82 7-Martin James BALL (26.10.1961 Gisborne)] m2 sp-Annette CLARK b (Australia) 34614 83 7-Lyndsay David BALL (3.12.1962 Gisborne) Car salesman, insurance assessor. * 1994: 155 Ormond Rd, Gisborne 06 867 1145 *2007: 3 Island Rd, Gisborne 06 867 1145 OR 06 868 3022, 84 Awapuni Rd. m1 6.4.1985 at Gisborne to Wendy Irene MACKINTOSH (26.4.1964 Gisborne). Clerk. Divorced. No children. *1995 Ormond Road, Gisborne. ph 06 867 9805 m2 20?.10.2007 sp-G Martine MCDONALD. 34614 831 8-Ellen Nicole BALL .1.2005 Gisborne. 34614 84 7-Lance Andrew BALL (18.8.1966 Gisborne) Soldier, chef. Sergeant at Linton Camp. Since then he has served in Afghanistan, East Timor, Malaysia & Bosnia. m1 24.10.1987 at Taihape to Maud Louisa GREENLESS (29.7.1965 Taihape) 2 children. They were at 2 Kenningston Place, Waiouru. * 1995: 18 Florence Drive, Linton Camp, Palmerston North *2007?: 42 Grafton Rd Gisborne 06-863 3658 34614 841 8-James Roy David BALL (16.3.1988 Wanganui) 34614 842 8-Carrissa Amie Julie BALL (2.12.1990 Palmerston North) [34614 84 7-Lance Andrew BALL (18.8.1966 Gisborne)] m2 Christchurch sp-Lisa VERLANDER She is also in the army. #2007 Upper Hutt. 34614 85 7-Warren Patrick BALL (24.1.1968 Gisborne) 1996 Salesman for Lion Breweries: 241 Marine Parade, Napier. #2007: Sydney ph 02 9519 3579 warren.ball"att"malt-shovel.com.au m1 (Partner) Rachel WHITLEY (16.8.1974 Gisborne) Receptionist, computer operator. 1 child. 1995: 27 Ropata St, Gisborne. 1996: 53 Winter St, Gisborne 34614 851 8-Zoe Abigail Whitley BALL (5.7.1994 Gisborne) [34614 85 7-Warren Patrick BALL (24.1.1968 Gisborne)] m2 .2.2008 Sydney Opera House sp-Catherine (b UK) 34614 86 7-Larraine Althea BALL (12.12.1971 Gisborne) Clerk, teacher. Wellington Teachers College. #2007 Gisborne. m c1998 Gisborne sp-Jason VARLEY div. 34614 861 8-Courtney VARLEY .3.2000 Gisborne 34614 862 8-Hunter Paris VARLEY 30.1.2003 Gisborne (girl) 34614 9 6-Noel George BALL (16.12.1941 Gisborne - 4.9.1993 Australia) Farmer, horse-breeder. Died at Woco Creek Road, Childers, Bundaberg, Queensland. m1 Joan m2 Helen 2 children After selling Reata Ranch, Box 266, Kerang, Victoria 3579, Australia, they bought another ranch 80 km N of Bundaberg. m3 34614 91 7-Shane Michael BALL (12.10.1976 Australia) Both boys were working on Tablelands Station, Tablelands road, via Rosedale, Queensland 46746. (80Km N. of Bundaberg). Ph 071-569-169 * 1995: Oromahoe Rd, Kawakawa 09 484 8695 or 404 0695 34614 92 7-Justin BALL (2.11.1977 Australia) 34615 5-George Arthur `Royden' JOHNSTONE (31.8.1897 Gisborne-21.7.1991 Auckland) Served in WW1 (No.65692) as a corporal; injured in both legs in 1918 in France. 3 months in Walton-on-Thames Military Hospital. Shipped home on crutches on a hospital ship. Served in WW2 (No.16300) as Captain in admin. with the Pacific Forces in Fiji 1940-46; wounded with a bullet through his back & thus bedridden for several years. An accountant. Roy has the will of Ebenezer JOHNSTONE (see 326) and a letter from Ebenezer's manservant to George when Ebenezer died. Lived at 15B Oates Street, Glen Eden, Auckland. Finally at 11a Roberts Road Whangaparoa. In army uniform. With his wife and 2 babies. m 1.1.1924 at Christchurch sp-Reta Ellen TURNER (26.3.1897 Gisborne-7.8.1986 Auckland). 2 children, firstly 34615 1 6-Daphne 'Faith' JOHNSTONE (26.12.1924 Christchurch) Typist, family historian. 25 of her clan. Left to right Back: Garry (34615 14)& Lisa Stanners, Peter & Jackie (34615 13) Grant, Russell Jenkins sp (34615 16) Lesley (34615 15)& Derek Arnold, Tom & Susan Stott (34615 11) with son Aaron (34615 111). Front standing: Faith Stanners (34615 1) Justine Stott (34615 112) Angela Stanners (now married surname Woller) 34615 121) Richard Stanners (34615 12) Alison Roskilley (34615 151). Kneeling: Kerry Jenkins (34615 16) Kieran Stott (34615 113) Tracey Stanners (34615 122) in the Reunion book p24 it shows (3) incorrect. Rebecca Roskilley (34615 152) Front: Simon Grant 34615 131, Ashley Grant (34615 133 twin) Jessica Roskilley (34615 153) Daniel Grant (34615 132) Myrin Jenkins (34615 161) Brett Grant (34615 134 twin). *2000: 19 Yorke Road, Haruru Falls, RD1, Paihia. Phone 09 402 7373. 2007 seahawk"att"xtra.co.nz m 3.5.1952 at Auckland to John Frederick STANNERS (18.4.1926 Kerikeri -24.5?.1993 Paihia) Dairy farmer. Stanners Rd just N of Kerikeri was where Jack and his father William Roy bought a farm. 6 children - 3 blondes, 3 redheads - firstly 34615 11 7-Susan Faith STANNERS (25.2.1953 Kawakawa) Radiographer. m 19.5.1974 at Pakaraka to `Tom' Thomas Alan STOTT (6.1.1953 Taumarunui). Were at 19 Yorke Rd, Haruru Falls,Paihia & Diggers Valley, RD1 Kaitaia. * 1994: Switzer Rd, Kaitaia ph 09 408 4032 3 children, firstly 34615 111 8-Aaron Thomas STOTT (11.1.1976 Whangarei) Linesman. In 1996 at 16A Golf View Rd, Kerikeri. In 2001 with his parents. 34615 112 8-Justine Ann STOTT (25.9.1978 Kawakawa) 34615 113 8-Kieran John STOTT (30.7.1982 Kawakawa) 34615 12 7-Richard John STANNERS (10.3.1954 Kawakawa) Worked for MP Neil Austin. Trapper, insurance agent. In the Amway system. Shop assistant, machinist. m 3.10.1980 at Whangarei to Sharron Lesley HOLT (27.6.1958 Warkworth). Shop assistant. 2 children. Divorced 1991. * 1994: 18 Elizabeth Street, Kensington, Whangarei ph 09 437 3015 34615 121 8-Angela Yvette STANNERS (25.8.1980 Kawakawa) m at Whangarei on 17 Jun 2000 to Graeme William Peter WOLLER (17.3.77 Hawera) Graeme is doing a course to qualify to construct Web pages. *2001: 6 Sprinkbank St. Bryndwr, Christchurch. 34615 122 8-Tracey Alison STANNERS (1.6.1982 Kawakawa) 34615 13 7-Jacqueline 'Jackie' Ruth STANNERS (6.4.1955 Kawakawa) m 9.7.1977 at Kerikeri to Peter Michael Paul GRANT (5.7.1951 Auckland). In-flight Service Director for Air New Zealand. * 1995: 7 Sunnynook Road, Forest Hill, Auckland. Phone 09 410 4240. 4 children, firstly 34615 131 8-Simon Michael GRANT (27.2.1983 Takapuna) 34615 132 8-Daniel 'Boon' Charles GRANT (17.11.1984 Torbay,Auckland) Almost born in the toilet! 34615 132 8-Ashleigh Laura GRANT (9.3.1989 Auckland) Twin 34615 134 8-Brett 'Yetti' William GRANT (9.3.1989 Auckland) Twin 34615 14 7-Garry 'Baldy' Thomas STANNERS (21.3.1956 Kawakawa) Was at Puketona, RD2, Kaikohei. Farmer. *1995-2001: Oromahoe Rd, Kawakawa 09 404 0695 m 24.9.1994 to Lisa Maree RUSS. 34615 141 8-Steven Birtie STANNERS (24.9.1990) From Lisa's previous marriage. 34615 142 8-Aimee Evelyn STANNERS (22.6.1995 Kawakawa) 34615 143 8-William Roy STANNERS (14.9.1996) 34615 15 7-Lesley 'Dolly' Jean STANNERS (14.7.1958 Kaikohe) *2001: 7 Harvey Court Albury NSW Australia 2640 Ph 00616 0414009 m1 21.4.1984 to Peter Alan ROSKILLEY (1953 Darfield, S of Christchurch) Divorced 1994. * 10 Leanne Street, Marsden, Brisbane, Australia. 3 children. 34615 151 8-Allison Michelle ROSKILLEY (14.3.1984 Brisbane) *2006: amroskilley"att"austarnet.com.au Rockhampton Queensland Australia 34615 1511 9-Tara Michelle LEABEATER (04.11.2003) Rockhampton, Queensland 34615 152 8-Rebecca 'Gecko' Holly ROSKILLEY (4.8.1985 Brisbane) 34615 153 8-Jessica-Rae ROSKILLEY (23.1.1988 Brisbane) [34615 15 7-Lesley 'Dolly' Jean STANNERS (14.7.1958 Kaikohe)] m2 1994 to Derek ARNOLD (England). Welder at Brisbane. 34615 16 7-Kerry 'Hoppy' Lyn STANNERS (19.5.1963 Kawakawa) Bank officer. m 7.7.1984 to Russell Arthur JENKINS (11.10.1963 Kawakawa) Butcher. 2 children. They were at 32 Manapouri Street, Tikipunga,Whangarei. 1994: 150 Broadway, Kaikohe. * 1996-2001: Oromahoe Rd, R.D.2. Kaikohe ph 09 404 0795 (was ph 09 401 0033) 34615 161 8-Myrin Robert JENKINS (25.10.1991 Whangarei) 34615 162 8-Louren Michelle JENKINS (12.9.1993 Whangarei). 34615 2 6-George Royden 'Derek' JOHNSTONE (18.2.1926 Christchurch) Served in WW2 (No.814980) as a private in NZ Medical Corps in Italy. He has the sword of 326's husband. All papers connected to the family that were with Royden (34615 ) are now held by Derek. They include a bible of Alisa WHITSON (WHO WAS SHE?) & a book of Lizzie WHITSON (Lay of the last minstrel) with the address WHITSON Downs, Mahurangi.Here is the sword!m 6.3.1948 to Shirley Margaret BINNS (11.11.1925 Auckland). They were at 110 Woodlands Rd, Glen Eden. 2 children. * 1995: 11 Roberts Road, Tyndalls Bay, Whangaparoa ph 09 424 1294 34615 21 7-Kevin Derek JOHNSTONE (11.6.1953 Glen Eden) Company manager. m 22.4.1989 at Whangaparoa to Ingrid Johanna BAKKER (2.9.1960 Auckland) Accounts clerk. * 1995: 19 Roberts Rd, Whangaparoa ph 09 424 0496 34615 211 8-Leah Shirley JOHNSTONE (15.2.1991 Takapuna Auckland) 34615 212 8-Royden Vincent Derek JOHNSTONE (18.6.1994 Takapuna Auckland) 34615 22 7-Janice Shirley JOHNSTONE (2.11.1955 Glen Eden) Motelier. m 30.1.1987 at Waiatarua, near Auckland to Gary Lance BLAKE (25.1.1939 Auckland) Cabinet-maker, motelier. They were at 426 Scenic Drive, Titirangi. 1995: Waiatarua; Box 21 316 Henderson Phone 09 814 9713. * 1996: 18-20 Quarry Rd, Mosgiel, Dunedin p 03 489 2415 34616 5-Jessie Graham Constance JOHNSTONE (2.7.1900 Gisborne-9.1.1989 Gisborne) With her husband in uniform. m 29.2.1924 at Gisborne sp-John Wallace CAMERON (1887 Devonport,Tasmania, Australia-29.3.1978 Gisborne). Gardener. His fr's family came to Tasmania with 6 chn. His mr d when the chn were 3 mos - 14. John came to NZ before WW1. His fr & a br were killed in Gallipoli. A book is coming out 2004 on this family. (Contact Malcolm CAMERON for details.) WW2: 10/1893 1st NZEF private Wellington Regt. 5 children, firstly 34616 1 6-'Tock' Colin Urquart George CAMERON (4.12.1924 Gisborne-12.11.1989 Auckland) Teacher. Tock with his wife and children. * 1995: 26 Exminster Street, Blockhouse Bay, Auckland. Phone 09 626 3644. m 23.1.1960 at Opotiki to Emma Katherine Louisa WILSON (16.6.1935 Auckland -.11.1989 Auckland). 3 children, firstly 34616 11 7-Deidre CAMERON (5.5.1962 Auckland) Registered nurse. * 1996: 19 Admiral Beatty Av, Mt Roskill, Auckland. 34616 12 7-Eugene CAMERON (16.3.1964 Auckland-26.12.1985 Tauranga, buried at Auckland) 34616 13 7-Dion CAMERON (7.1.1967 Auckland) Car painter. * 1995: * 26 Exminster Street, Blockhouse Bay, Auckland. Phone 09 626 3644. 34616 2 6-'Max' Maxwell Donald CAMERON (3.12.1926 Gisborne) Drycleaner. m 29.5.1953 at Gisborne to Shirley May WILSON (29.1.1931 Hastings). Artist. * 1994-2007: 18 Atkinson Street, Gisborne. Phone 06 868 5856. Their 4 children: Ross -3, Vickie -2, Lyn -1 with daughter Aimee -11 on her knee. 34616 21 7-Lynette Shirley CAMERON (12.7.1954 Gisborne) Nurse. A photo of her and baby. m 3.2.1977 at Gisborne to James David MILNE (24.1.1956 Auckland) Electrician. 2 children. Were at 450 Nelson Road, Gisborne. * 1996: Evara, Back Ormond Rd, RD1 Gisborne Box 2165 ph 06 862 5691 34616 211 8-Aimee Marie MILNE (19.12.1975 Gisborne) * 1996: 4/496 Ferguson St, Palmerston North 34616 212 8-Carly Michelle MILNE (22.2.1980 Gisborne) 34616 22 7-Karen Leslie CAMERON (28.6.1956 Gisborne) In nursing uniform. df Dennis LUOBIKIS * Eden, Australia. 2 children firstly 34616 221 8-Rachael Shirley LUOBIKIS (9.5.1980 Eden,Australia) 34616 222 8-Harley Dennis LUOBIKIS (10.2.1986 Eden, Australia) # harls_17"att"hotmail.com 1st contact 4.4.2006. On facebook 2007. 34616 23 7-Ross Donald CAMERON (12.5.1959 Gisborne) Drycleaner, support worker. m 10.10.1981 at Gisborne to Wendy Louise ELLIOTT (8.11.1958 Gisborne) Clerk. Were at 363 Clifford Street, Gisborne. 1994: 16 Grundy St, Gisborne *2007: 335 Valley Rd Gisborne 06 867 5788. 2 children, firstly 34616 231 8-Casey CAMERON (9.7.1983 Gisborne) 34616 232 8-Asha CAMERON (28.8.1986 Gisborne) 34616 24 7-Vickie Marie CAMERON (1.8.1965 Gisborne) Nurse, pharmacy technician. * 1996: 118 Sheehan St, Gisborne ph 06 867 5288 34616 3 6-Malcolm Robert CAMERON (20.1.1929 Gisborne) Was Company Secretary for Watties then Chief Executive Officer of Vella Industries (breeder of race 22rses) in Hamilton for 5 years. He sold his condo in Hawaii to buy a share in a marlin fishing boat there. Retired. 1995: 12 Salisbury Rd, Gisborne. 2009: he now spends May-Sept in his home in Maui, still bodysurfing! A photo of him taken at the Gisborne reunion with Sara FYSON 34612 11. *2004-07: 194B Ballance St, Gisborne. Phone 06 867 8180. 34616 4 6-`Yuk' Alan Wallace CAMERON (2.10.1932 Gisborne) Seaman. * 1996: 57 Beresford St, Auckland 34616 5 6-Allison Audrey CAMERON (7.5.1953 Gisborne) Machinist, cleaner. m 7.7.1972 at Gisborne to Roger Henry LLOYD (13.11.1951 Gisborne) Storeman, sales representative. 2 children. * 1994: 12 Root Street, Gisborne ph 06 867 4180 34616 51 7-Jake Henry LLOYD (16.1.1973 Gisborne) 34616 52 7-Angela Rosemund LLOYD (16.8.1976 Gisborne) Seamstress. * 1996: 6 Justin St, Gisborne 34617 5-Ronald Greene `Keith' JOHNSTONE (12.10.1901 Gisborne-27.12.1980 Gisborne) Building contractor. A photo (identify: 2 men, teenager, boy, baby. And one of Keith and Freda looking very smart! m 20.12.1922 at Napier to `Freda' Frederica Hermena PISTOR (22.11.1900 Dunedin -22.6.1984 Gisborne) 2 children. 34617 1 6-`Bunny' John Cyril Keith JOHNSTONE (19.6.1923 Napier-1.5.1976 Awakino,buried at Taruheru,Gisborne) Served in WW2 army (No.451790) as a driver, & in the airforce (No.431983) as a Leading Aircraftsman. Stationmaster at Stratford. With Kay and their 1st 2 boys aged c6. m 13.4.1945 at Auckland to `Kay' Rona Kathleen CHITTY (31.3.1921 Auckland) * 1995: 119a St Heliers Bay Road, St Heliers, Auckland ph 09 575 7704. 3 children, firstly 34617 11 7-Geoffrey Robert Keith JOHNSTONE (2.2.1946 Gisborne) Carpenter. m1 14.5.1966 Woodville to Diane Gay SOLOMAN (1947 Napier) Shop assistant. 2 children. m2 1971 at Wellington to Mere Hira ERIHA (29.11.1941 Porangahau) 2 children. *1995: P.O. Box 495, Waipukarau. Phone 06 858 9959. 34617 111 8-Delwyn Kay JOHNSTONE (26.8.1966 Woodville) m 1986 to Lance Earl LOVEJOY (6.1.1960 Palmerston North) Auto wrecker. * 1996: 2 Dixons Line, Bunnythorpe ph 06 329 2436. 2 children 34617 1111 9-Jason Earl LOVEJOY (1.6.1983 Palmerston North) 34617 1112 9-Amey LOVEJOY (29.7.1987 Palmerston North) 34617 112 8-Brian Neil JOHNSTONE (1968 Woodville) Deputy registrar. * 1996: 4 Hill St, Eltham, Taranaki m Karla Erin Louise. Receptionist. * 1995: Hawera. 34617 113 8-Cheryl Maxine Marie JOHNSTONE (1969 Taumarunui) Meat handler. * 1996: 16 Mackie St, Waipukarau ph 06 858 7973. 1 child. 34617 1131 9-Fairlane Velvet Waru JOHNSTONE (1989 Waipukarau) 34617 114 8-"Richard" Erekana Derek JOHNSTONE ERIHA (23.10.1971 Taumarunui) 1989: 14a Caledonia St, Hawera * 1996: Takapau Rd, Waipukarau 34617 12 7-Ian Arthur JOHNSTONE (4.8.1948 Hamilton) Timber machinist. * 1995: 21 Windsor Drive, Tairua ph 07 864 7275 m1 1970 at Kaikohe to Noeline Grace POA (20.7.1950 Ruawai-26.11.1983 Maramarua, buried at Pakotai). They were at Pauanui,Tairua. 2 children firstly m2? M 34617 121 8-John Cyril Keith JOHNSTONE (4.3.1977 Papakura) 34617 122 8-James Alexander JOHNSTONE (10.10.1978 Papakura) 34617 13 7-Jacqueline Dawn JOHNSTONE (15.2.1960 Featherston) Bank clerk. m 8.12.1979 at Auckland to Mark Steven CROSS (17.2.1959 Auckland) * 1995: 70 Alabaster Drive, Papatoetoe. ph 09 278 2640 2 children, firstly 34617 131 8-Shaun David CROSS (31.12.1980 Auckland) 34617 132 8-Michelle Dawn CROSS (7.9.1983 Auckland) 34617 2 6-Warwick David `Brian' JOHNSTONE (2.11.1937 Gisborne) He was a senior bank manager for ANZ in Christchurch & Wellington for many years, & is now manager of U.D.C. Finance Co., PO Box 1616, Wellington. He plans to retire in 1995. They will probably return to Christchurch. Photos with their children. m 5.9.1959 at Gisborne to Janice Violet HALLIWELL (7.12.1937 Palmerston North) Family historian, she uses the genealogy program "Reunion". * 1995: 48 Peterhouse Cr, Redwood, Tawa, Wellington ph 04 232 4288 2 children, firstly 34617 21 7-Shelley Ann JOHNSTONE (23.12.1963 Gisborne) She was a bank officer in Christchurch. Since 1992 she has been doing critical care nursing in Honolulu. * 1995: 666 Prospect St, Apt 409, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. Ph 001 808 536 8357 34617 22 7-Paul David JOHNSTONE (23.11.1966 Wellington) Bank officer with ANZ. Manages a night desk in Treasury dealing in US$. * 1995: 90 Curtis St, Northland, Wellington ph 04 475 8330 He plans to m 6.1.1996 Fay DAWKINS nee CURRAN (Deal, Kent).3462 4-`Lizzie' Elizabeth JOHNSTONE (23.1.1867 Stirling,Scotland-24.2.1956Otonga) She owned Te Pahi Station, Waimatau Valley before Otonga. She supported prohibition. Her photo album is now owned by 34628 2. (Most photos have been copied by Paulette, wife of 32695 2.) A photo of her c18. A beneficiary of the 1910 will of her aunt Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; she & her husband were then of Waimatau Valley, Gisborne. m 6.3.1891 at Makaraka to Captain John TOMBLESON (6.3.1866 England-19.8.1938 Auckland,buried at Otonga). He came to Hawkes Bay from England aged 16 in charge of some rams on the IONIC. He bought OTONGA in the Waimate Valley, near Gisborne, which he took over from bush in 1887. He bought NEWSTEAD FARM at Makaraka in 1898. The original homestead OTONGA was built in 1889 with pitsawn timber from the place, with additions in 1890. (His family tree is available from John CANTON, Littlemead, Lower Hampton Road, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex, TW16-5PR England). 9 children, firstly 34621 5-Henry John Francis `Frank' TOMBLESON (16.1.1892 Gisborne-5.8.1960 Gisborne) For a description of his farm, Otoka Station, Otoko, see p. 82 of Farms & Stations of NZ, Volume 1, Cranwell Public., Auckland (1957). Their home Otoka. His obituary: " ... Waikouhu County lost one of its most respected residents and one who for the past 35 years had been almost constantly its leading representative on local authorities of the district. Mt T was born at Newstead,Makaraka ... was for long periods a member of county and district bodies. Educated privately, Mr T helped to run the family property Otanga at Waimata before taking up a station between Otoko and Takauroa in 1912. ... He served on the Waikohu County Council for 25 years, & as a country rep. on the Cook Hospital Board he sat from 1926 until the time of his death, being deputy-chair for a number of years. He was also a member of the PB Electric Power Board, the Gisborne Harbour Board & the PB Catchment Board for lengthy periods. .. was chairman of the Gisborne branch exec. of the National Party for some years. ..." At their wedding. Who can you identify? At Land's End. m 28.12.1914 at Otonga to Edith `Winifred' WADDINGHAM (27.6.1891 Lincolnshire, England-7.12.1976 Gisborne). 10 children, firstly 34621 1 6-Mary Elizabeth TOMBLESON (1.1.1916 Otonga,Waimate Valley,Gisborn -c2005) As children she and her siblings had to ride 5 miles on horseback to school and ford 2 rivers. Mary visited Stirling and Annandale in 1977 and investigated the JOHNSTONE's. On her return from Scotland she broke her hip showing her grandchildren how to do the Highland Fling! Lived at 11 Wellington Street, Gisborne for a long time. 1995: Flat 2, 447 Palmerston Rd, Gisborne. 2000: Riverview Retirement Home, 505 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne 867 0470. m 30.8.1939 at Otoko to Francis Rowe CLARK (17.2.1913 Matawai-12.12.1963 Gisborne) Farmer of cows and stud sheep. 1 child, 34621 11 7-`Bill' William Frances CLARK (20.8.1948 Auckland) Paper-hanger and painter. With his wife and Stuart and Aaron as a baby. m 4.11.1972 at Gisborne to Lynette Margaret KELLY (6.9.1953 Gisborne). Bank officer. 3 children. * 1995: 8a Mangapapa Road, Gisborne ph 06 867 6525 34621 111 8-Stuart William CLARK (4.10.1973 Gisborne) Painter. * 1996: 18A Mangapapa Rd, Gisborne 34621 112 8-Aaron Richard CLARK (13.7.1975 Gisborne) * 1996: 398 Childers Rd, Gisborne 34621 113 8-Tracy Maree CLARK (7.5.1980 Gisborne) 34621 2 6-`Tom' Thomas William John TOMBLESON (21.5.1917 Otoko) Served in WW2 (No.24813) as a gunner; awarded the Military Medal for gallantry - the first awarded in WW2 to a Kiwi. He was also awarded the Greek Medal,the Italy Star, the 39-46 Star, the 39-45 Defence Medal, the NZ Defence Medal Fort Dorset 39-40. He fought in Greece, Crete, Egypt and Italy. Farmed Burnage Station, RD Rakauroa, Tahora Rd, Matawai, near Gisborne ph 06 862 4547 With Governor General Kath TIZZARD at his wife's investiture at Government House. "The Esmae and Tom TOMBLESON Charitable Trust". m 22.2.1951 at Sydney, Australia to Esme Irene LAWSON (4.8.1917 Sydney). Ballet dancer, National Party Member of Parliament for Gisborne 1962-74, President of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Honours include the Commander of the British Empire 1992, the British Empire Golden Bow, Queen's Service Order 1977, US Medal of Honour & World Decoration of Excellence from the American Biographical Institute, NZ Suffrage Centennial Medal 1993, NZ Commemoration Medal 1990, NZ Suffrage Centennial Medal 1993. For details see for example "Who's who in NZ", "Dictionary of International Biography", "Honoured by the Queen". No children. * 1995-2007: 61 Harris St, Gisborne. ph 06 867-6815 34621 3 6-John Francis Waddingham TOMBLESON (19.1.1919 Gisborne) Served in WW2 (No.16528) as a gunner. Went to Australia in 1961, where he managed 8500 acres for a U.S. millionaire. * 'Cowella', Box 78, Gingin, Western Australia 6503. m1 18.2.1947 at Gisborne to Olive Catherine HANSON (25.1.1925 Gisborne -19.4.1985 Australia). 5 children. m2 20.11.1988 Margaret WHITE 34621 31 7-Robert John TOMBLESON (6.3.1948 Te Kuiti) Insurance agent. Past 18 years had own LP Gas Sale & Service business in Narrogin (200 kms South East of Perth) m .5.1970 at Gisborne to Patricia J MACFARLANE (30.6.1951 Christchurch). Theatre Nursing at Narrogin Hospital last 10 years. * 1996: 50 Hansard St, Narrogin, WA 6312 ph 098 81 2005 3 children, firstly 34621 311 8-John Lawrence TOMBLESON (17.10.1970 Australia) *1996: Kataming (300Km South of Narrogin) TRY JL, 45 Dunstan St, Bunbury, South Western, WA 6230 ph 097 91 5447 mobile 018 948 676 34611 312 8-Brian Francis TOMBLESON (25.1.1972 Australia) Works with computers. *1996: 69 Manchester St, Victoria Park, Perth WA 6100 ph 09 470 9050 34611 313 8-Jennifer Ann TOMBLESON (28.12.1974 Australia) Final year at Perth University studying Occupational Therapy. *1995 Perth. 34621 32 7-Janet Olive TOMBLESON (10.7.1949 Gisborne) Nurse. * 1994: Unit 8, 59 Dalkeith Rd, Wedton, Western Australia. * 1995 Nedlands, Western Australia. m to Dr. Brian Robert WILLIAMS (29.6.1949) of Perth. Divorced. * Gingin, Western Australia 6503. 4 children, firstly 34621 321 8-Catherine Jean WILLIAMS (26.8.1969 Australia) m 1992 to Jim ? *1995 Perth. 34621 322 8-David Stuart WILLIAMS (12.2.1971 Australia) Works for Dept. of Agriculture in Moora (150 Kms North of Perth). *1996: TRY 7 Banksia Crs Wongan Hills,Gingin WA 6603 ph 096 71 1560 34621 323 8-Michael WILLIAMS (7.1.1977 Australia) 1st yr. at Uni. studying Commerce. *1995 Uni. Campus. 34621 324 8-Bronwyn WILLIAMS (18.8.1978 Australia) Final year at school. * 1995 at home with mother. 34621 33 7-Rachel Emily TOMBLESON (3.10.1950 Gisborne) *1995 Brisbane. m1 in Australia to Alan STEWART (27.9.1945). Divorced. 2 children. m2 to Bob DRAPIER. *1996: No DRAPIER in Qld directory m3 Wayne WAGNER 34621 331 8-Michelle Leanne STEWART (26.6.1973) 34621 332 8-Paul Anthony STEWART (4.5.1974 Australia-5.9.1975 Australia) 34621 34 7-Kelvin Frances TOMBLESON (9.9.1952) Farming in Western Australia. Prison officer. m to Janice Isobell EMERY (9.12.1956). 2 children, firstly * Geraldton, Western Australia. 34621 341 8-Catherine Lynette TOMBLESON (26.10.1976 Waiau) 34621 342 8-Christopher TOMBLESON (2.7.1978) Apprentice green-keeper. 34621 35 7-Derek Murray TOMBLESON (6.7.1954 Gisborne) Farm real estate salesman. * 1995: c/PO Redmond, Western Australia 6327. m 23. .1984 to Colleen SOBEY. (She has 2 children by her previous husband.) Colleen runs a coffee shop in Albany. 2 children. 34621 351 8-Sarah TOMBLESON 34621 352 8-Kelvin John TOMBLESON 34621 353 8-Ashly Murray TOMBLESON 34621 354 8-Rachel TOMBLESON 34621 4 6-James `Brian' TOMBLESON (13.3.1920 Otoko-22.7.1971 Auckland) Served in WW2 (No.3872) in the NZD navy, and (as No.43564) in the airforce; worked for the Post Office. m 16.1.1945 at Tolaga Bay to June Hope HARRIES (4.7.1924 Tolaga Bay). Schoolteacher. * 8 Mervan Street, Mangere East. Phone 09 275 6920. 3 children, firstly 34621 41 7-Ian Francis TOMBLESON (15.5.1946 Tolaga Bay) Finance Director for Cerebos Greggs Ltd. m 18.1.1986 at Auckland to Dulcie Carole WILSON (13.11.1945 Shoreham by the Sea,Sussex,England) Admin. manager. * 1995: 39b The Parade, Bucklands Beach. Phone 09 534 1055. 34621 42 7-Roger Ernest TOMBLESON (10.1.1948 Thames) Company director. m 3.3.1970 at Auckland to Jennifer Ann EARWAKER (1948 Auckland) Company director. * 1996: Parapara-Toatoa RD3, Parapara, Kaitaia ph 09 406 0506 2 children, firstly 34621 421 8-Sarah Jane TOMBLESON (2.9.1972 Takapuna) 34621 422 8-James Roger TOMBLESON (30.6.1976 Takapuna) Cellarhand. * 1996: Parapara-Toatoa RD3, Parapara, Kaitaia ph 09 406 0506 34621 43 7-Max Brian TOMBLESON (7.11.1951 Thames) Salesman for Revertex Ind. m 20.5.1978 at Auckland to Conny Yvonne REYNDERS (9.11.1954 at Putaruru). Were at 34 Himalaya Drive, Bucklands Beach. Phone 534-3876. * 1995: 5 William Bryan Drive, Bucklands Beach. Phone 09 534 3876. 3 children, firstly 34621 431 8-Tracy Odette TOMBLESON (2.2.1981 Howick) 34621 432 8-Kelly Ann TOMBLESON (17.10.1983 Howick) 34621 433 8-Mark Phillip TOMBLESON (30.7.1986 Howick) 34621 5 6-Winifred `Betty' Christina TOMBLESON (27.10.1922 Gisborne) m 29.12.1943 at Gisborne to Wallace Norman INGHAM (27.4.1922 Christchurch). Served in WW2 (No.131637) as a corporal in the airforce. Aviation engineer * 1995: 11 Vause Street, Ellerslie, Auckland. Phone 09 579 5472. 3 children, firstly 34621 51 7-Christopher David John INGHAM (20.1.1946 Gisborne) m1 21.10.1973 at Auckland to Pamela Jessie LAURIE (25.7.1945 Auckland). They were at 7 Maynard Place, Mangere Bridge. 3 children. * 1994: 166B Hillside Rd, Papatoetoe ph 09 279 4632 m2 Cheryl Anne 34621 511 8-Patricia Helen INGHAM (30.4.1975 Auckland) Student * 1996: 3/9 Rawhiti Rd, Auckland 34621 512 8-Michelle Pamela INGHAM (3.1.1977 Auckland) 34621 513 8-Katherine Christina INGHAM (24.9.1978 Auckland) 34621 52 7-Suzanne Margaret INGHAM (12.9.1949 Christchurch) Nurse. * 1995: 11a Vause Street, Ellerslie, Auckland. Phone 09 579 4559. m 6.3.1971 at Auckland to Robin David FUREY. Separated. 2 children, firstly 34621 521 8-Elizabeth Ann FUREY (8.1.1972 Auckland) Baker, receptionist * 1996: 622 Whangaparoa Rd, Whangaparoa 34621 522 8-Laura-Lee FUREY (19.2.1977 Auckland) Receptionist * 1996: 13A Ason Place, Tamaki 34621 53 7-Winifred `Helen' INGHAM (1.9.1953 Christchurch) m 6.10.1973 at Auckland to Glen Stanley SHARP (1951 Auckland). Hairdresser. They were at 6 Pauline Place, Bucklands Beach. * 1995: 1/1 Sandgate Ave, Howick ph 09 534 3212 4 children, firstly 34621 531 8-Jonathon SHARP (11.9.1974 Auckland) * 1996: 22 Glenside Av, Pakuranga 34621 532 8-Joanna SHARP (14.7.1976 Auckland) Postwoman. * 1996: 97A Hutchinson Rd, Pakuranga ph 09 537 6156 34621 533 8-Peter SHARP (3.7.1979 Auckland) 34621 534 8-Rebekah SHARP (21.2.1982 Auckland) 34621 6 6-James `Hugh' TOMBLESON (18.7.1924 Gisborne-26.9.1982 Otoko) Farmed OTOKO STATION. His ashes are scattered there. m 20.2.1954 at Matawai to Helen Elizabeth MORTLEMAN (28.4.1931 Gisborne) Coordinator. 1995: 35 Haronga Road, Gisborne. Phone 06 867 1390 4 children, firstly 34621 61 7-David Hugh TOMBLESON (18.12.1954 Gisborne) Fencing contractor. Was 35 Haronga Road, Gisborne. m 6.5.1989 at Gisborne to Julie Kathleen POLLARD (4.5.1968 Gisborne) 2 children * 1995: 10 Totara St, Gisborne ph 06 867 5388 34621 611 8-Christopher Hugh TOMBLESON (12.3.1990 Gisborne) 34621 612 8-Scott Michael TOMBLESON (8.3.1991 Gisborne) 34621 62 7-William `Stuart' TOMBLESON (7.12.1957 Gisborne) Systems analyst for BNZ. * 1995: 3 Mitchell St, Epuni, Lower Hutt ph 04 577 0247 34621 63 7-Winifred Helen TOMBLESON (11.3.1960 Gisborne) * 1996: 37 Hinewa Rd, Tauranga ph 07 544 3082 m 6.2.1982 at Gisborne to Gary CROKER (27.6.1960 Gisborne). Separated. * Australia. 2 children, firstly 34621 631 8-Geoffrey James CROKER (12.9.1983 Palmerston North) 34621 632 8-Daniel John CROKER (19.3.1986 Waipukarau) 34621 64 7-(Jonathan) Paul TOMBLESON (16.5.1963 Gisborne) Accountant, consultant. m 17.5.1986 at New Plymouth to Denise Claire DENHAM (19.1.1965 New Plymouth). School teacher. They were at 2/6a Milton Street, Tauranga. Phone 07 576 7624 1995: Sydney, Australia * 1996: 63 Prospect Terrace, Epsom, Auckland 34621 7 6-Frances `Frank' Brunyate TOMBLESON (9.3.1927 Gisborne) 1973 Farmer of the Year. Managed Paihia Farm for the H & W Williams Trust. m 14.10.1950 at Gisborne to Margaret Jean KEITH (09.12.1925 Wanganui). They were at RD2, Otane. * 1995: 11 Mt View Place, Waipukarau ph 06 858 9706. 1 child, 34621 71 7-Peter Francis Keith TOMBLESON (4.6.1963 Napier) * Australia. 34621 8 6-`Peggy' Hilda Margaret TOMBLESON (23.6.1928 Gisborne) Solicitor. A photo with John. * 1996: 36 Onewa R, North Shore, Auckland m1 17.2.1951 at Gisborne to Raymond Bruce ASHBY (30.12.1927 Auckland) Divorced 1972. 3 children. m2 30.3.1977 at Auckland to John James WILSON (30.10.1916 Napier). 34621 81 7- Name withheld on request. 34621 82 7-Pamela Diane ASHBY (5.7.1953 Auckland) Nurse. m 21.9.1979 at Bournemouth, England to Robert Leslie THOMSON (24.7.1950 Saffron, Waldon, Essex, England). They were at 29 Garelta Road, Henderson, Auckland. Phone 09 836 2778. * 1995: TRY Unit 2, 8 James Walter Place, Mt Wellington, Auckland 09 527 1965 2 children, firstly 34621 821 8-Anthony James THOMSON (1.2.1981 Auckland) 34621 822 8-Alaster Graham THOMSON (10.7.1982 Auckland) --> 34621 83 7-Stephen Brett ASHBY (15.9.1955 Auckland) Studied law. Baker. * 1996: 29 Garelja Rd, Henderson, Auckland ph 09 836 2778 m1 18.4.1975 at Auckland to Catherine Muriel STACEY (21.1.1959 Te Awamutu). Divorced 1978. m2 on 13.12.1986 at Auckland to Margot Elaine MALONEY (31.8.1940 Pukekohe). * 1996: 79 Victoria Rd, Manukau. 1 child, 34621 831 8-Matthew Paul ASHBY (21.10.1980 Auckland) 34621 9 6-George William `Richard' TOMBLESON (8.12.1931 Gisborne) Farmer, JP. m 4.4.1959 at Christchurch to Helen Ann LE-PINE (26.7.1933 Christchurch). In 1994 they were at Braefield Station, State Highway 2, RD2, Otoko, Te Karaka, near Gisborne. By 2004 they have moved into Gisborne. 4 children, firstly *2007: 26 Marian Dr, Gisborne ph 06 867 2420. (Why under RJP?) 34621 91 7-Susan Diane TOMBLESON (16.8.1960 Waipukarau) m 23.2.1980 at Gisborne to Philip Henry Marsden TOBIN (8.4.1959). 2 children. * 51 Seabrook Street, Elanova, Queensland 4221, Australia. 34621 911 8-Kate Samantha TOBIN (22.10.1990 Australia) 34621 912 8-James Matthew TOBIN (5.3.1993) 34621 92 7-Michael Richard TOMBLESON (31.10.1961 Gisborne). He was delivered by his father on the way to hospital! * 125 Park Road, Wooloowin, Brisbane 4030, Australia. 34621 93 7-`Tony' Antony John TOMBLESON (21.3.1965 Gisborne) Bank clerk, financier. * 1996: 74A Panorama Rd, Royal Oak, Auckland ph 04 624 1712 34621 94 7-Mark William TOMBLESON (25.9.1967 Gisborne) Shepherd, farmer. 1996-2007: State Highway 2 Otoko, Te Karaka, Ph 06 862 3400. (Braefield Station, State Highway 2, RD2, near Gisborne) m sp-Helen 34621 941 8-William TOMBLESON 34621 942 8-Amy TOMBLESON 34621 (10) 6-Helen `Lavinia' TOMBLESON (18.11.1934 Otoko) m 6.7.1957 at Gisborne to Arthur William 'Peter' MORTLEMAN (25.12.1933 Gisborne). 3 children. They were at PARETAI STATION, Main Road, Matawai,near Gisborne. PO Box 53, Matawai. 1994: Paerata Ridge, RD2, Opotiki ph 07 315 7572 (Makaraka Cemetery has El. Ann d5.4.1914 at 47 m Arthur MORTLEMAN. Related?) 34621 (10)1 7-Lynette Kay MORTLEMAN (25.6.1958 Gisborne) Technician. * 1995: 36 Rosalind Street, Deanwell, Hamilton. ph 07 843 4765 34621 (10)2 7-(Winifred) Diane MORTLEMAN (28.11.1959 Gisborne) Reg. nurse. * 1996: 8 Asquith St, Gisborne ph 06 868 5621 m 3. 1983 at Gisborne to Stephen James WALKER (19.5.1961 Gisborne). Glazier. 4 children. They were at 51 Sheehan Street, Gisborne. * 1995: 7 Asquith St, Gisborne ph 06 868 5621 34621 (10)21 8-Melissa Ann WALKER (18.9.1984 Gisborne) 34621 (10)22 8-Rochelle Jacquita L WALKER (21.6.1986 Gisborne) 34621 (10)23 8-Monique Renee WALKER (25.8.1988 Gisborne) 34621 (10)24 8-Joshua James WALKER (6.3.1990 Gisborne) 34621 (10)3 7-William Francis MORTLEMAN (30.9.1962 Gisborne) Contractor. m 29.4.1989 at Ormond to Shona Joy STEWART. 1 child. * 1996: State Highway 2, Matawai, Gisborne ph 06 862 4821 34621 (10)31 8-Rory Shane MORTLEMAN (12.12.1988 Gisborne) 34622 5-`Jock' Percy Douglas TOMBLESON (19.4.1893 Gisborne-22.2.1974 Gisborne) Served in WW1 at Gallipoli, Egypt and Syria (No.17360), Lance-Corporal and in WW2 (Homeguard) Lieutenant. Lived at Greengate Station, Waimate valley then at Gisborne. Turned blind. Killed by a car. Lived at Ormond Rd, Gisborne when he died.His obituary.A photo - Lost! m 18.1.1916 at Gisborne to `May' Mary Elizabeth Campbell DODS (15.2.1896 Gisborne-3.4.1971 Gisborne). 3 children, firstly 34622 1 6-Peter Angus Douglas TOMBLESON (4.12.1916 Gisborne-5.3.1981 Gisborne) Farmed at Reripi Station, Pakowhai Road, Muriwai. m 5.7.1945 at Tolaga Bay to `Peg' Margaret Yvonne FRASER (13.10.1922 Gisborne) * 1995-2007: 13 Seddon Crescent, Gisborne. Phone 06 867 4436. 3 children, firstly 34622 11 7-Barry Dennis TOMBLESON (12.5.1946 Gisborne-29.8.1947 Tolaga Bay) 34622 12 7-Warwick John TOMBLESON (2.4.1950 Tolaga Bay) Farmer. * 1995: Aerial Station, Otoko, RD2, Te Karaka, near Gisborne. ph 06 867 8452 m 24.9.1982 at Manutuke to Janet Margaret BENNETT (5.3.1961 Gisborne). #2007: RD2, Te Karaka near Gisborne. Phone/Fax 06 867 8452. Cottage 06-867-1942 2 children, firstly 34622 121 8-Rose Emily TOMBLESON (1.12.1985 Gisborne) 34622 122 8-Lucy Margaret TOMBLESON (25.8.1988 Gisborne) 34622 13 7-Geoffrey Douglas TOMBLESON (28.2.1953 Tolaga Bay) Farms at Reripi Station, Pakowhai Rd, Muriwai, near Gisborne. m 28.11.1980 at Manutuke to Robyn Jocelyn MURPHY (7.11.1952 Gisborne). * 995-2007: `Reripi', 258 Pakowai Rd, RD 2, Muriwai, Ph 06 862 8621. 2 children, firstly 34622 131 8-Caroline Robyn TOMBLESON (19.4.1982 Gisborne) 34622 132 8-Jenny Anne TOMBLESON (12.12.1983 Gisborne) 34622 2 6-Michael John TOMBLESON (26.8.1921 Gisborne-22.8.1971 Morrinsville) Served in WW2 in Egypt and Italy (No.122311) as a driver. Farmed at Morrinsville. m 8.6.1946 at Gisborne to Olive `Sheila' GRAY (23.7.1923 Ekatahuna) A great-great-granddaughter of the missionary Rev. William WILLIAMS. 3 children. Sheila remarried on 12.12.1986 to Frank P SHERRIFF. * 1995: 103 Shepherd Road, Taupo ph 07 378 6096 34622 21 7-Carol Mary TOMBLESON (1.10.1947 Gisborne) Teacher. Was 9 Old Taupiri Road,Ngaruawahia. Phone 07 824 7224. * 2006: Ngaruawahia ph 07? 824 7224 m 13.1.1968 at Morrinsville to Lester Albert SHERRARD (24.10.1942 Pongaroa -24.2.1982 Taupiri) 2 children, firstly 34622 211 8-Amanda Lee SHERRARD (2.10.1970 Huntly) Region admin. supervisor. 1994: 26 Eureka St, Newstead, near Hamilton ph 07 824 1877 * 1996: 24 Strathmore St, Morrinsville ph 889 6295 34622 212 8-Karn Michael SHERRARD (3.9.1972 Huntly) * 1995: 9 Old Taupiri Rd, Ngaruawahia 34622 22 7-Guy Leonard TOMBLESON (25.10.1949 Gisborne-before 2000 of leukaemia) On the local cricket team in Redmire. m 27.8.1983 at Redmire, England to Ruth PEACOCK (Redmire,N Yorks.) Daughter of Tom PEACOCK and Annie nee STANGER. 2 children. She studied fashion and worked in London for a number of years. They had an antique shop at 9 Market Place, Leyburn, North Yorks. *1990: Stratsmoor, St Mathews Terrace, Leyburn (5m from Redmire). She now has a share in a small business selling garments made from Wensleydale: wool.http://www.yorkshiredales.net/business/wscrafts/wdale.htm *2000: Priory House, (her old family home), Redmire, N Yorks. DL8 4ED Phone 019 6962 3386 34622 221 8-Annie Louise TOMBLESON (8.2.1986 London,England) 34622 222 8-Sophie TOMBLESON (10.12.1988 England) 34622 23 7-Anne Juliet TOMBLESON (1.1.1956 Gisborne) m 12.3.1988 at Albany, Western Australia to Wilfred PINCHEN (13.2.1944 West Hartlepool,England). * 1 Sherrat Street, Albany 6330, West Australia. 34622 3 6-Kenneth Deans TOMBLESON (6.4.1923 Gisborne-2.5.1986 Gisborne) m 29.7.1948 at Christchurch to Joan Walcott NEIL (1920) Divorced. 1 child, 34622 31 7-Christopher Walcott TOMBLESON (18.7.1949 Whakatane) m1 .11.1970 at Gisborne to 'Pelly' Perella June McMILLAN (1952 Gisborne). Divorced. 2 children. m2 df Sharyn HARTFIELD (18.1.1961 Maitland, South Australia). * 1995: RD2, Tuakau Bridge, Onewhero Rd, Onewhero ph 09 232 8413. 3 children: 34622 311 8-Ben Ray TOMBLESON (25.12.1972 Gisborne) 34622 312 8-Tania May TOMBLESON (31.8.1975 Gisborne) 34622 313 8-Dane Trevor TOMBLESON (23.7.1988 Otahuhu) 34623 5-`Ted' Cecil Edward TOMBLESON (6.6.1895 Gisborne-4.4.1941 at Gisborne,buried at Otonga Station) Farmed at Ahititi Station, Waimate Valley. Served in WW1 (No.11/1375) as a corporal. Wounded at Gallipoli. Also served in Egypt. Obituary: " ... Settler at Waimata, Desert War Veteran ... a well-known settler ... At the outset of the last war he volunteered as a mounted man and went to Egypt with the Wellington Mounted Regiment in which he served 3 and 1/2 years. He was one of the under-aged soldiers who were held back in Egypt when the NZ troops took part in the Gallipoli campaign; but he saw a great deal of service in the desert war in the Sinai and in Palestine. He suffered wounds on 3 occasions ... a keen member of the Wn Mounted Regt Vets Assocn and recently he had expended a great deal of energy and interest on the formation of a mounted Home Guard unit at Waimata, of which he was the commanding officer. ... funeral will take place tomorrow at Otonga, Waimata .." m 28.1.1921 at Gisborne sp-Nora Leslie HUGHES (5.4.1885 Pahiatua-31.3.1972 Gisborne). Served in WW1 (No.22/160A) as a sister. 3 children, firstly 34623 1 6-Nora Cecil TOMBLESON (9.11.1921 Gisborne) Had polio in June 1954, which paralysed one side. To get back movement she started shearing and during the 1970s was running her 7500 acre farm virtually singlehanded. (See article on her in Rotorua Daily Post c1956). Her children rode horseback to school, 5 miles. Farmed at RD 8, Donelly's Crossing, Dargaville. 1994: Pongakawa Valley Rd, Pongakawa Valley, near Waimana, near Gisborne * 1996: Herepura Rd, Matata ph 07 326 2005 m 1946 at Tokomaru Bay to Charlie Emil HINDRUP (1893 Waipukarau-15.7.1970 Opotiki, buried at Ngongotaha). (He had six children by his first marriage.) Farmer. 9 children. 34623 11 7-Helen Nora HINDRUP (4.4.1945 Waipiro Bay) Farmer. m 28.10.1967 at Ngongotaha to Steven Albert BEAUFILL (2.4.1936 Rotorua) Farmer. * 1995: Dudley Road, Kaharoa, Private bag, Ngongotaha. Phone 07 332 3502 2 children, firstly 34623 111 8-Julie Helen BEAUFILL (24.7.1969 Rotorua) Marketing director, conservation officer. * 1996: 3/6 Stanley St, Hamilton 34623 112 8-Graham Stephen BEAUFILL (13.6.1971 Rotorua) Farm worker. m 1993 to Tracy Bernadette. Farmer * 1996: Tauranga Direct Rd, Kaharoa ph 07 332 2585 34623 12 7-Cecily `Emily' HINDRUP (10.7.1946 Waipiro Bay) Studied farm management. Dairy farmer. * 1996: Awaiti N Rd, Edgecumbe ph 304 8432 m 17.6.1967 at Rotorua to John Frances STEINER (15.9.1939 Te Aroha). Dairy farmer. 4 children. * Ourowhero Rd, RD4, Otorohanga. 34623 121 8-Gerard Magelland STEINER (12.4.1968 Hamilton-17.4.1968 Hamilton) 34623 122 8-Margaret Louise STEINER (3.4.1970 Rotorua) Share milker. Was at Irvine Rd, Otewa (8km S of Otorohanga) m .5.1994 to Peter Adrian VAN ROOYEN Share milker * 1996: Hamurana Rdm Hamurana. 1 child 34623 1221 9-Jared VAN ROOYEN (1994) 34623 123 8-Philip John STEINER (11.11.1971 Rotorua) Farm worker * 1996: Awaiti North Rd, Edgecumbe 34623 124 8-Anne Frances STEINER (4.3.1975 Rotorua) Sharemilker * 1996: Dansey Rd, Mamaku 34623 13 7-Ruth Gale HINDRUP (19.8.1948 Rotorua) Teacher, farmer. m 3.5.1974 at Waimana to (Ian) Mark COLEMAN (4.9.1953 Tamaranui). Farmer. * Kaharoa Rd, RD2, Ngongotaha. Phone 07 332 3568. 3 children, firstly 34623 131 8-Bob Keith COLEMAN (8.4.1975 Rotorua) Computer operator. * 1996: Kaharoa Rd, Ngogataha 34623 132 8-Joanne Gale COLEMAN (7.11.1976 Rotorua) Clerk. * 1996: Kaharoa Rd, Ngogataha 34623 133 8-Ted Ian COLEMAN (25.5.1979 Rotorua) 34623 14 7-Raymond Charles HINDRUP (13.2.1950 Rotorua) Farmer. Was RD1, Tangitoria, Dargaville. m1 1.5.1971 at Ngongotaha to Christine Lesley SLADE (1952 Whakatane) 3 children m2 Elizabeth Margaret ROMNEY nee THOMAS (19.11.1943 Lower Hutt) Farmer. 2 children. * 1996: Mountain View Rd, Hikurangi, Dargaville ph 09 433 8041 34623 141 8-Nicola Jane HINDRUP (12.1.1972 Rotorua) Farm manager. 1990: Pakaru Rd, near Kawakawa ph 09 433 8041 * 1996: Carter Rd, Hikurangi ph 09 433 8041 34623 142 8-Samuel Paul HINDRUP (5.3.1974 Whakatane) * 1996: 24 Rangatira St, Palmerston North 34623 143 8-David Charles HINDRUP (1978 Rotorua) 34623 144 8-Phillip James HINDRUP (1983 Whangarei) 34623 145 8-Elizabeth Rae HINDRUP (17.2.1987 Whangarei) 34623 15 7-Jennifer Linnie HINDRUP (19.3.1951 Rotorua) Teacher. Farmer. m 9.5.1970 at Ngongotaha to James Maxwell DOUGLAS (22.11.1930 Rotorua) Farmer. * 1995: Te Waerangaro Road, Kaharoa. PO Box 93, Ngongotaha. Ph 07 332 3369 3 children, firstly 34623 151 8-Maxwell Raymond DOUGLAS (19.12.1970 Rotorua) Programmer. * 1996: Te Waeranga Rd, Kaharoa. 34623 152 8-`Tom' Thomas James DOUGLAS (6.2.1972 Rotorua) Mechanic. * 1996: 14A Charles Rd, Kaharoa 34623 153 8-Edward Charles DOUGLAS (1.3.1974 Rotorua) Student. * 1996: Te Waeranga Rd, Rotorua 34623 16 7-Leonie Patricia HINDRUP (23.10.1953 Rotorua) Teacher. m1 9.11.1973 at Rotorua to Michael Raymond HEAPPY/HEAPPEY. 2 children. Divorced. They were at Tokoroa. m2 1986 to Kenneth Raymond HORTON * 1994: 21 Rawene St, Hamilton ph 07 847 0737 34623 161 8-Darryn Michael HEAPPEY (5.8.1976 Whakatane) [m/df] sp-Raewyn HISHON 34623 1611 9-Tequila Donna Faith HISHON b30.01.2000 [34623 161 8-Darryn Michael HEAPPEY (5.8.1976 Whakatane)] m sp-Lee Tania FLAY 34623 1612 9-Jazmin Lee HEAPPEY b 19.02.2003 34623 162 8-Rebecca Leonie HORTON (b 27.11.1987 Kawerau) [m/df] sp-Carl STOREY 34623 1621 9-Connah Joseph HORTON (b 27.11.2004) 34623 17 7-John Leslie HINDRUP (23.5.1955 Rotorua) Studied farm management; pig farmer, deer stalker, rebuilds vehicles. m 2.11.1973 at Mamaku to Wendy Leigh SHARLAND (29.10.1957 Mamaku). * 1995: Arahiwi Road, Mamaku,Bay of Plenty. Ph 07 332 5802. 4 children. 34623 171 8-Fiona Grace HINDRUP (9.7.1973 Dargaville) Student. * 1996: Arahiwi Rd, Mamaku 34623 173 8-Scott Lewis HINDRUP (9.11.1979) 34623 174 8-Sharelle HINDRUP (21.8.1984 Rotorua) 34623 18 7-Mary Louise HINDRUP (27.5.1957 Rotorua) Commercial possum hunter 1975-76. * 1990: State Highway 2, PO Box 11, Waimana, Bay of Plenty. ph 07 312 3243 m df Robert Lawrence FLEMING (1955 Whakatane) Helicopter pilot. 2 children. 34623 181 8-Wade Lawrence HINDRUP (7.12.1978 Whakatane) 34623 182 8-Royce Duncan HINDRUP (24.12.1980 Whakatane) 34623 19 7-Penelope Margaret HINDRUP (5.11.1958 at Rotorua) Studied farm management, commercial possum hunter 1975-76. Company manager. m 29.10.1977 at Opotiki to Steven John CROSSWELL (30.5.1954 Opotiki). He was lost for 9 days in midwinter in the Urewera's in 1976, and lived on dried trout that he tickled from a stream. Farm worker. Herd manager. Was Paerata Ridge, Opotiki. 3 children. * 1995: Bells Rd, Waimana, Bay of Plenty ph 07 312 3313. * 1996: Grace Rd, Taneatua, RD1 Whakatane ph 07 312 9030 34623 191 8-Dawn Lee CROSSWELL (13.6.1979 Hamilton) 34623 192 8-Marilyn Ann CROSSWELL (16.5.1981 Opotiki) 34623 193 8-Brenda Lyn CROSSWELL (7.2.1983 Opotiki) 34623 2 6-John TOMBLESON (19.1.1923 Gisborne) Farmer. m 7.4.1947 at Hastings to Alice Monica PRICE (2.4.1921 Hastings). Teacher *1995-2007: Ahititi, Private Bag, Waimata Valley Road, Gisborne. Ph 06 867 8331 Townhouse: 1019 Aberdeen Rd, Gisborne ph 06 867 5528 in 2007 3 children, firstly 34623 21 7-Keryn Dawn TOMBLESON (12.2.1950 Gisborne) Was at Wainui Beach, Gisborne. * 1996: 3 Tenterden Av, Epsom, Auckland m 7.4.1969 at Gisborne to Roderick Christopher MEAD (7.4.1946 Morrinsville). 4 children. Divorced. 34623 211 8-Anne Elizabeth MEAD (18.8.1971 Gisborne) 34623 212 8-Simon Charles MEAD (19.1.1972 Gisborne) Shepherd. * 1996: Cricklewood Rd, Wairoa 34623 213 8-Jane Louise MEAD (22.9.1975 Gisborne) 34623 214 8-Matthew John MEAD (20.1.1977 Gisborne) 34623 22 7-Ian Lister TOMBLESON (8.10.1951 Waipawa) Worked as a shepherd at Lochinvar Station, Taupo. Stock manager. m1 11.1.1974 at Waerengi-a-Hika to Susan Fay POTAKA (1954 Gisborne) Lab. assistant. Divorced. m2 20.10.1979 at Gisborne to Dawn Emily NICKELSON (12.6.1961 Gisborne). * 1995: Ahititi, Waimate Valley Road, Gisborne ph 06 867 8321 4 children, firstly 34623 221 8-Adele Dawn TOMBLESON (12.8.1982 Gisborne) 34623 222 8-Karl Ian TOMBLESON (2.7.1984 Gisborne) 34623 223 8-Katrina Margaret TOMBLESON (12.5.1988 Gisborne) 34623 224 8-Sandra Anna TOMBLESON (23.3.1991 Gisborne) 34623 23 7-Rodney John TOMBLESON (9.7.1958 Wellington) Joiner. m 15.8.1981 at Mangaweka to Diane Margaret REEVES (2.5.1958 Palmerston North). 2 children. 1995: 50 Acacia Street, Palmerston North *2003: Harrison Hill Rd, RD 1, Palmerston North ph 06 354 2327 34623 231 8-Christopher John TOMBLESON (4.9.1984 Gisborne) 34623 232 8-Andrew David TOMBLESON (23.6.1989 Palmerston North) 34623 3 6-Linnie `Lin' Bryant TOMBLESON (11.1.1925 Gisborne) She and her husband went to PNG in 1954 as medical missionaries for the Congregational and Presbyterian churches. Trained in Auckland, worked in Wellington, did postgraduate study of tropical medicine at Sydney. Awarded M.B.E. in 1978 by the Queen for service to medicine in PNG; has written medical and training manuals for PNG medical training schools. Author of "Let the Fire burn- revival in PNG" (1985) - (copies available from her son Ted for $5, or from Scripture Union). In 2004 New Years Honours - IJ - details please! * 1995: Kapuna Hospital, Baimuru, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea. m 15.12.1951 at Pahiatua to Peter Frederick CALVERT (12.12.1923 Dunedin -21.7.1982 Kapuna, the Gulf, Papua New Guinea). (His sister Nora CALVERT is ph 03 474 1608 Dunedin.) 4 children, firstly 34623 31 7-Dr Valerie Heather CALVERT (18.10.1952 Wellington) Doctor at Port Moresby and at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland. * 1995 work: Girven Rd Medical Centre, 83 Girven Rd, Tauranga ph 07 575 5099 m 8.5.1976 at Port Moresby, PNG to Bryan Walter ARCHER (11.12.1947 Devonport) Builder, accountant, writer of several books on theology. He stood for National for Mangere against David Lange. 4 children. They were PO Box 4213, Mt Maunganui. * 1995: 316 Waitoa Rd, RD5, Tauranga ph 07 544 3646 34623 311 8-Melita Joy ARCHER (28.9.1978 Papua New Guinea) 34623 312 8-Caleb Nathanael ARCHER (8.7.1980 Papua New Guinea) 34623 313 8-Destinee Ruth ARCHER (15.12.1984 Tauranga) 34623 314 8-Peter Calvert ARCHER (21.7.1986 Tauranga) 34623 32 7-`Ted' Edward Charles CALVERT (29.7.1954 Sydney, Australia) Civil Engineer, National Projects Manager for N.Z. Rail Ltd. m 21.6.1980 at Fielding to Christine Mary BAXTER (2.11.1958 Fielding) Nurse at Eye Ward, Wellington Public Hospital. *1996: 15 Liardet Street, Vogeltown, Wellington. Phone 04 389 9443. 3 children, firstly 34623 321 8-Sarah Jenay CALVERT (24.12.1982 Wellington) 34623 322 8-Nathan Edward CALVERT (5.10.1984 Wellington) 34623 323 8-Matthew Barry CALVERT (10.6.1987 Wellington) 34623 33 7-Alan Sydney CALVERT (13.2.1956 Kapuna, Papua New Guinea) Mechanical Engineer, he put in the airconditioning and gas for Wellington Hospital. Designs robots for NZ Palletisers, Auckland. m1 6.12.1981 at Raumati South to Susan Marilou MCINTOSH (30.8.1961 Takapuna) Trainee teacher. Lived in Hutt Valley. 1 child. Divorced. m2 15.3.1986 at Ruakaka, Northland to Geraldene `Dene' May CARTER (31.10.1958 Henderson, Auckland). Teacher. Raises calves and daffodils on their farmlet. 2 children. * 1995: Valley Road, RD1, Waimuku (near Auckland) ph 09 411 8842 34623 331 8-Jamin Peter CALVERT (13.10.1982 Wellington) 34623 332 8-Adin Colin CALVERT (28.5.1987 Helensville) 34623 333 8-Bethel Lin CALVERT (1989 Auckland) 34623 34 7-Colin James CALVERT (23.10.1958 Kapuna, Papua New Guinea) Infrastructure Manager for building, transport, food, etc. m 22.8.1981 at Balclutha to Barbara Janette DOVEY (3.3.1959 Balclutha). She runs a school at the hospital. * 1995: Kapuna Hospital, Baimura Province, Papua New Guinea. 3 children, firstly 34623 341 8-Amy Lavara CALVERT (30.1.1984 Balclutha) 34623 342 8-Janai Melanie CALVERT (25.1.1986 PNG) 34623 343 8-Jadin CALVERT (10.10.1988 PNG) 34624 5-`Rell' Walter Mackrill TOMBLESON (23.4.1897 Otonga-4.11.1991 Gisborne) Served in WW1 (No.50786) as a trooper. Sheep farmer at Te Au Station, Opoutama. Broke his back when he fell from a horse in 1952. m 26.12.1924 at Gisborne sp-Jessie Ethel GRAHAM (23.11.1901 Gisborne). * 1995: 161 Clifford Street, Gisborne. Phone 06 868 9177. 3 children, firstly 34624 1 6-`Ted' John Edward TOMBLESON (3.1.1926 Gisborne) Airforce pilot, bulldozing contractor & farmer at Ngakuru. Sheep, cattle & deer. m 19.4.1952 at Gisborne to `Marie' Marjory Spencer WALKER (11.4.1929 Gisborne). Were at RD1, Ngakuru, Rotorua. Phone NR 705. * 1995: 19 Gillan Crescent, Rotorua ph 07 349 3632 4 children, firstly 34624 11 7-Susan Margaret TOMBLESON (1.11.1953 Gisborne) Company secretary. m 30.8.1974 at Rotorua to William Patrick WITHEY (13.3.1949 Wellington). They were at 30 Ngaio Street, Titirangi, Auckland. They own a concrete cutting business. He has 2 children by his first marriage: -1 Aaron (1971 Waikato Hospital, Hamilton) 62a Norton Rd, Hamilton 07 846 1971 -2 Blair (1969 Waitakere Hospital,Auckland) Banker. * 1995: 338 Titirangi Rd, Titirangi,Auckland ph 09 817 7081. 2 children. 34624 111 8-Bridget Marie WITHEY (12.12.1978 Auckland) 34624 112 8-Callan Patrick WITHEY (27.7.1983 Auckland) 34624 12 7-Jennifer Marie TOMBLESON (25.1.1955 Gisborne) School dental nurse. m 12.2.1977 at Rotorua to Wayne David HAWES (11.1.1956 Ontario, Canada). *2006: 25 Wonga Street, Morley, Perth 6062, Western Australia. ph 09 9375 9169 2 children, firstly 34624 121 8-Rachel Anne HAWES (17.2.1986 Perth, W. Australia) 34624 122 8-Robert John HAWES (5.8.1988 Perth, W. Australia) 34624 13 7-Ross Philip TOMBLESON (21.3.1959 Rotorua) Sheep-dipping contractor. He was a cattle and sheep farmer at Ngakuru adjoining his father's farm. He contracts to Bill & Sue (34624 11 above). Was at 94 Triangle Road, Massey, Auckland. ph 09 832 4088 * 1995: West Harbour, Auckland TRY 09 416 3056 or 09 537 1202 m1 sp-Natilie Sheryle BOMFORD. Separated. 1 child. m2 df sp-Rachel . 2 children. * 1996: 169 Hobsonville Rd, Hobsonville, Auckland ph 09 416 3056 34624 131 8-Amanda Lee TOMBLESON (14.12.1978 Rotorua) * 1995: Tokoroa 34624 132 8-Jay Danielle TOMBLESON (1990 Auckland) Born at Waitakere Hospital. 34624 133 8-Vaughn TOMBLESON (1992 Auckland) Born at Waitakere Hospital. 34624 14 7-Elizabeth Jane TOMBLESON (10.4.1964 Rotorua) Plans to marry Xmas 1995 to Alan SHEARER. * 1995:Near Melbourne. 34624 2 6-Walter Graham TOMBLESON (10.4.1928 Gisborne) Farmer and orchardist. His paintings have been exhibited at the Kelliher Exhibition. m 14.2.1953 at Morere to Elaine `Jill' STEWART (11.3.1931 Gisborne). * 1995: James Road, Te Puna, Tauranga ph 07 552 5763 2 children, firstly 34624 21 7-Carolyn Gay TOMBLESON (12.1.1959 Gisborne) B.Sc. Teacher. m 12.12.1982 at Tauranga to Hugh LEERSNYDER. *1995: 40 Opal Avenue, Pakuranga, Auckland ph 09 576 8834. 3 children, firstly 34624 211 8-Mark Graham LEERSNYDER (12.8.1985 Howick) 34624 212 8-Brent Peter LEERSNYDER (25.8.1987 Hamilton) 34624 213 8-Scott Andrew LEERSNYDER (9.1.1990 Howick) 34624 22 7-John Stewart TOMBLESON (3.8.1962 Wairoa) Has BMS, A.C.A. Accountant. Was in Hamilton. * 1994-6: 17 Shellgate Rd, London S11, UK 34624 3 6-Donald Richard TOMBLESON (30.1.1932 Gisborne) Game farming. m 30.9.1953 at Wairoa to Florence Maud CRANE (28.7.1931 Wairoa). Were at Kapukapu Road, RD2 Kaharoa, Ngongotaha. * 1995: 1 Walford Drive, Lynmore, Rotorua ph 07 345 7406 5 children, firstly 34624 31 7-Jeffrey Donald TOMBLESON (12.9.1954 Gisborne) Scientific technician, researcher. m 2.10.1976 at Morrinsville to Catherine Mary GARDINER (9.4.1955 Morrinsville) Registered nurse. They were at 20 Martin Street, Rotorua. * 1995: 21 Sophia St, Box 57 Rotorua ph 07 348 0836 2 children, firstly 34624 311 8-Chris Jeffrey TOMBLESON (21.10.1981 Rotorua) 34624 312 8-Emma Marjory TOMBLESON (24.9.1986 Rotorua) 34624 32 7-Diana Doreen TOMBLESON (11.11.1955 Rotorua) Nurse. m 8.2.1985 at Rotorua to Francis Edmond WOODS (13.4.1957 Rotorua) Builder. Were at 55 Simpson Road, Papamoa, RD7, Te Puke. Phone 420-886. * 1995: 30 Motiti Rd, Papamoa, Te Puke ph 07 542 2198 1 child, 34624 321 8-Nicola Jane WOODS (9.5.1985 Tauranga) 34624 33 7-Quentin Rell Edward TOMBLESON (23.3.1957 Rotorua) Bushman, logging contractor. m 18.2.1984 Rotorua to Vicky Diane JOLLEY (23.1.1961 Tokoroa). Were at 23 Larcy Road, Lynmore, Rotorua. Phone 55-216. * 1995: 7 Thelma Place, Lynmore, Rotorua ph 07 345 5216 2 children, firstly 34624 331 8-Lauren Maree TOMBLESON (3.2.1986 Rotorua-31.10.1989 Rotorua) 34624 332 8-Justin Mackrill TOMBLESON (31.10.1987 Rotorua) 34624 34 7-Leigh Julian TOMBLESON (11.7.1959 Rotorua) Bushman, logger. m 20.10.1979 at Rotorua to Jennifer May DARROCH (25.9.1959 Lower Hutt). Manager, coordinator. Were at 1 Cedar Place, Owhata, Rotorua. 1995: 110 Lake Road, Rotorua ph 07 349 0947 * 1996: 131B Lake Clayton, Rotorua 2 children, firstly 34624 341 8-Nicholas Leigh TOMBLESON (19.5.1983 Rotorua) 34624 342 8- Daniel Ray TOMBLESON (9.5.1984 Rotorua) 34624 35 7-Timothy Nicholas TOMBLESON (21.6.1965 Rotorua) Bushman. Was at Kapukapu Road, RD2, Kaharoa, Ngongotaha. * 1995: 345 Clayton Rd, Rotorua ph 07 349 4134 34625 5-(A daughter)(9.2.1899 Otonga-9.2.1899 Otonga) 34626 5-Thomas Waddingham `Grahame' TOMBLESON (11.10.1901 Newstead-3.6.1967 Gisborne) Farmed at Rakaipaaka Station, Nuhaka then Ormond (just N of Gisborne) m1 .2.1923 at Gisborne sp-Mary `Dorothy' MANDER (25.4.1899 Gisborne-23.8.1963 Gisborne). Daughter of MB & Stella MANDER. 4 children. m2 20.9.1965 at Nuhaka to `Peg' Margaret Moore JOHNSTONE (14.10.1905 Feilding -3.8.1987 Gisborne). 34626 1 6-Martin Grahame TOMBLESON (3.12.1923 Gisborne-23.9.2006 Tauranga) Served in WW2 (No. 619808) in the Pacific as a Lance-corporal in the RNZAF. Farmed grapes and citrus at Newstead, Makaraka. Obit. 25.9.2006 Auckland: TOMBLESON Martin Grahame. On 23 September 2006, peacefully in Tauranga Hospital aged 82 years. Loved father and fatherinlaw of 1 Jacqueline and Garth, 2 Claire and Timm, 3 Phillipa and Craig, 4 Grahame and Kerri, 5 Roger and Jenny. Adored Pa of 11 Kirsty, 12 Andrew, 13 Stephanie, 14 Rob, 21 Ben, 31 Eliza, 33? Renee, 34?? Stuart, 32 Laura, 41 Emma, 42 Anya, 51 Adam, 52 Joshua, 53? Isaac and 54? Leah. A service to celebrate Martins life, will be held at 5 Westridge Drive, Bethlehem Tauranga on Saturday 30 September at 1pm, followed by private cremation. Gregory Brownless Woodhill Funeral Home FDANZ Article taken from nzObits - http://www.nzobits.co.nz/obits URL to article: http://www.nzobits.co.nz/obits/?p=793 * 1995: Main North Road, PO Makaraka, Gisborne ph 06 867 1105. m 23.5.1953 at Waerenga-A-Hika to Edith `Ruth' WATSON (6.7.1933 Gisborne). Divorced 1978. 5 children, firstly 34626 11 7-Jacqueline Mary TOMBLESON (12.4.1954 Gisborne) School teacher, President of the Waikato Playcentre Association. m1 20.12.1975 at Makaraka to John Kenneth SLAVICH (19.7.1953 Paeroa) Chartered accountant. * 1995: 59 Berkley Avenue, Hamilton. Ph 07 856 6875. Sentenced 21.11.2006 to two years, three months imprisonment, for several counts of dishonesty, fraud, forgery and unlawfully making a false document. 3 children, firstly 34626 111 8-Kirsty Alice SLAVICH (25.2.1980 Hinton, Canada) 34626 112 8-Andrew John SLAVICH (27.9.1982 Edmonton, Canada) 34626 113 8-Stephanie Mary SLAVICH (26.6.1987 Hamilton) [34626 11 7-Jacqueline Mary TOMBLESON (12.4.1954 Gisborne) School teacher] m2 by 2006 Garth ? 34626 12 7-Natalie `Claire' TOMBLESON (18.8.1955 Gisborne) Policewoman, computer operator. m1 18.2.1978 at Newstead to Bruce St. Clair PETERSON (25.12.1953 Wellington). Lived at 9 Walford Drive, Rotorua. Divorced. m2 sp-Timothy Tane HARPER Research officer. 1 child. * 1995: 4 Greenwood Place, Palmerston North ph 06 354 9751 * 1997: 6 Rata Street, Wanaka email t.t.harper"att"xtra.co.nz 2008 tim"att"szhelp.co.nz 34626 121 8-Benjamin HARPER (12.8.1994 Palmerston North) 34626 122 8-Robert Mitchell HARPER (10.9.1996 Palmerston North) 34626 13 7-Elizabeth `Philippa' TOMBLESON (23.1.1957 Gisborne) m1 3.5.1986 at Hornsby, NSW, Australia to Neil Edward DRYSDALE (16.7.1954 Balmain East, NSW, Australia). They were at Barenjoey Road, Ettealong, NSW. * 1994: 214 Trafalgar Av, Umina, NSW 2257, Australia. 2 children, firstly 34626 131 8-Eliza Claire DRYSDALE (8.5.1987 Camperdown, NSW, Australia) 34626 132 8-Laura Ruth DRYSDALE (11.8.1988 Gosford, NSW, Australia) [34626 13 7-Elizabeth `Philippa' TOMBLESON (23.1.1957 Gisborne)] m2 by 2006 Craig 34626 14 7-Robert `Grahame' TOMBLESON (28.8.1958 Gisborne) Citrus farming. Vinyard manager. m 24.1.1981 at Taradale to Kerri May JEFFARES (12.1.1962 Napier). * 1995: PO Box, Newstead Lane, Makaraka, near Gisborne. Phone 06 867 6466. 2 children, firstly 34626 141 8-Emma Rachael TOMBLESON (10.3.1986 Gisborne) 34626 142 8-Anya Marie TOMBLESON (2.8.1988 Gisborne) 34626 15 7-John `Roger' TOMBLESON (23.12.1959 Gisborne) Soldier. m at Feilding to Jennifer Anne DYKE (10.8.1959 Feilding). c1987 at 7 Hudson Rd, Upper Hutt. 1995: 14 Woodland St, Linton, Palmerston North *2003: 36 Weston Ave, Palmerston North ph 06 359 2211 rtombleson"att"hotmail.com 2 children, firstly 34626 151 8-Adam John TOMBLESON (16.10.1983 Feilding) 34626 152 8-Joshua Ryan TOMBLESON (14.3.1986 Feilding) ?34626 153 8-Isaac TOMBLESON ?34626 154 8-Leah TOMBLESON 34626 2 6-`Beth' Elizabeth Grahame TOMBLESON (21.5.1926 Gisborne -.3.1994 Whakatane) m on 26.6.1946 at Nuhaka to Ian Alfred WYLDS (5.12.1913 Hawera) Served in WW2 (No. 20775) as a gunner. Bank clerk, dairy farmer. Played tennis and golf. Were at 146 Harbour Road, Ohope. Phone 24-303. * 1995: 71 Goulstone St, Whakatane ph 07 308 9197 4 children, firstly 34626 21 7-Joan Margaret WYLDS (1.6.1947 Whakatane) Orchardist. m 1.2.1969 at Whakatane to David Alexander JULIAN (21.4.1948 Whakatane). They are on p96 of `The Julian Jigsaw' - copy in Turnbull Library, Wellington. * Shaw Road, Whakatane. Phone 07 308 4502. 3 children, firstly 34626 211 8-Paul Stewart JULIAN (24.10.1971 Whakatane) 34626 212 8-Scott Robert JULIAN (1.11.1973 Whakatane) Student. * 1996: Shaw Rd, Whakatane 34626 213 8-Craig Ian JULIAN (2.5.1975 Whakatane) Student. * 1996: Shaw Rd, Whakatane 34626 22 7-Colin Grahame WYLDS (12.12.1948 Whakatane) Was at Powdrell Road, RD3, Whakatane. Phone 84-995. * 1995: Paradise Valley Rd, Rotorua ph 07 348 8195 34626 23 7-Pauline Elizabeth WYLDS (15.9.1950 Whakatane) Bank clerk. m 14.12.1974 at Whakatane to Melvyn William FISHER (14.1.1948 St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands). Upholsterer * 1995: 18 Cameron Road, Te Puke. Phone 07 573 9351. 3 children, firstly 34626 231 8-Wendy Christine FISHER (10.7.1979 Te Puke) 34626 232 8-Steven Colin FISHER (18.11.1980 Te Puke) 34626 233 8-Michael Charles FISHER (8.7.1983 Te Puke) 34626 24 7-Pamela Dorothy WYLDS (23.11.1959 Whakatane) m 19.6.1982 to `Tony' Anthony Lewis RUSS (1957 Nelson) Farmer. Were at Gordon Road, RD Te Aroha then Tauranga. 1995: 7 Rawhiti Avenue, Matamata ph 07 888 7282. 2 children, firstly * 1996: McPhail Rd, Tauranga ph 07 544 3319 34626 241 8-Elizabeth Dawn RUSS (13.3.1985 Hamilton) 34626 242 8-Matthew Anthony RUSS (5.6.1987 Te Aroha) 34626 3 6-Howard Grahame TOMBLESON (22.3.1927 Gisborne) Sheepfarmer. m 17.9.1953 at Gisborne to Dorothy Ensor SIBLEY (25.9.1933 Gisborne). Farmer. * 1995: Tapuwae Road, (Mangapehi, RD7), Benneydale, Te Kuiti ph 07 878 4837 4 children, firstly 34626 31 7-Angela Howard TOMBLESON (25.10.1954 Gisborne) BA. m 16.1.1988 at Bolton, Manchester, England to Nigel John GOURLEY (23.11.1961 England). Videotape editor for BBC TV. 1 child. * 1995: England 34626 311 Timothy Simon GOURLEY (12.1.1990 Newcastle, England) 34626 32 7-Clifton Howard TOMBLESON (29.9.1955 Gisborne) Farmer. m 12.2.1983 at Te Kuiti to Leanne Joy HOWELL (28.7.1961 Te Kuiti). Were living in South Shields, Tyne & Wear, England. * 1995: Ngakonui-Ongarue Rd, Ongarue via Taumarunui. Phone 07 849 6060 2 children, firstly 34626 321 8-Rachael Beth TOMBLESON (27.1.1986 Te Kuiti) 34626 322 8-Andrea Claire TOMBLESON (15.9.1987 Te Kuiti) 34626 33 7-Judy Howard TOMBLESON (23.2.1961 Wairoa) m 11.4.1987 at Waitomo to Alexander FINDLAY (22.8.1967 Australia) Manager. 2 children. * 1996: 90 Normanby Rd, Papakura, Auckland ph 09 299 9134 34626 331 8-Matthew Alexander FINDLAY (17.3.1988 Auckland) 34626 332 8-Olivia Catherine FINDLAY (3.7.1990 Auckland) 34626 34 7-Paul Howard TOMBLESON (27.12.1962 Wairoa) Farmer. * 1996: Tapuwae Rd, Bennydale ph 878 4899 34626 4 6-Anne Grahame TOMBLESON (1.2.1932 Wairoa) m 6.6.1953 at Nuhaka to Russell Harold WILSON (1.6.1924 Hamilton). Sheep and beef farmer. Polo player. They were at 74 Wallace Street, Raglan. * 1996: Clark Rd, Ngaruawahia 07 824 7974 4 children, firstly 34626 41 7-Michael Grahame WILSON (6.4.1954 Ngaruawahia) Landscape gardener. m 8.1.1977 at Naike to Barbara Lucille CRAIG (1955 Pukekohe). Principal of Paerata School. * 1995: Buckville Road, Pukekohe ph 09 238 8861 3 children, firstly 34626 411 8-Craig Russell WILSON (22.10.1983 Auckland) 34626 412 8-Hamish Michael WILSON (11.1.1986 Pukekohe) 34626 413 8-Cameron Ian WILSON (6.7.1987 Pukekohe) 34626 42 7-John Russell WILSON (14.12.1955 Hamilton) Farming `Otonga' and rural subdivision, Raglan. m 16.2.1985 at Tauranga to Heather Jean Stuart MENZIES (14.2.1959 Pietermaritzburg, Republic of South Africa). Farmer. Were at `Otonga' RD1, Raglan. Phone 255-803. * 1995: TRY 8 Alcoha St, Kamo 1 child, 34626 421 8-Victoria Ann WILSON (4.8.1987 Hamilton) 34626 43 7-Howard David WILSON (11.10.1957 Hamilton) Retailer. m 9.9.1978 at Naike to Maree Lilian PAULSEN (4.9.1958 Pukekohe). Professional weavers. Were at RD2 Huntly. Phone 254-896. * 1995: 1 Morphy St, Rangiriri, Waikato ph 07 826 3927 2 children, firstly 34626 431 8-David Edward WILSON (28.10.1980 Hamilton) 34626 432 8-Michael James WILSON (7.12.1982 Hamilton) 34626 44 7-Simon WILSON (6.4.1967 Hamilton) Carpenter, builder. Was c/o 74 Wallis Street, Raglan. * 1995: 11 Moncrieff Av, Hamilton 34627 5-`Madge' Margaret Louisa WHITSON TOMBLESON (20.10.1905 Otonga -10.10.1940 at Te Pahi, buried at Otonga) Killed by a branch falling off a tree at Waimata. Obituary. m 7.5.1935 at Otonga to `Paddy' James Harry RUTHERFORD (27.12.1911 Scotland-22.4.1977 Gisborne). He served in WW2 (No. 38706) as a gunner. 1 child. 34627 1 6-Rob RUTHERFORD (19.12.1936 Te Pahi-26.12.1936 Te Pahi) Buried at Otonga. 34628 5-`Jack' Robert Chapman Arthur TOMBLESON (30.8.1907 Otonga-17.6.1983 Gisborne) Farmed Te Pahi Station then Otonga Station. His daffodils won many prizes. Rob with his eldest daughter Sally. m 25.2.1941 at Gisborne to Evelyn `Alice' GILLINGHAM (25.9.1909 Gisborne -15.7.1976 Gisborne). 2 children, firstly 34628 1 6-Sally TOMBLESON (2.11.1942 Gisborne-19.9.1952 Gisborne) Died of polio. 34628 2 6-Evelyn Ann TOMBLESON (29.7.1950 Gisborne) A great artist. m 30.10.1971 at Gisborne to Patrick Grant Hearn WATSON (17.3.1941 Auckland). Farmer. Owns Glenora Station, Waimata Valley. With their 3 children - to confirm! 1995: `Otonga' Waimate Valley, Private Bag, Gisborne. Phone 06 867 0336. *2007: 8 Otonga Cott, Gisborne 0-6-867 0326 3 children, firstly 34628 21 7-Katie Jane WATSON (4.5.1973 Gisborne) Travel consultant. * 1996: 301 Upper Harbour Drive, Glenfield 34628 22 7-Prudence Louise WATSON (8.5.1975 Gisborne) Student. * 1996: 34 Clyde St, Dunedin. 34628 23 7-Benjamin Grant WATSON (15.11.1980 Gisborne) 34629 5-Kenneth John TOMBLESON (13.2.1910 Otonga-1.1.1912 Otonga)3463 4-Jessie Grahame JOHNSTONE (13.4.1868 Logie,Perth,Scotland-23.9.1959Gisborne) Obit. " After living for 90 years in Gisborne and the surrounding district Mrs Jessie TODD died on Wed aged 91. Born at Stirling, Scotland .. of a family of 9 .. her early education in the district (Gisborne before attending Auckland Grammar School. In 1903 she married .. the couple lived in the Waimata Valley where Mr T was engaged in farming until 1942 when he retired and they came to live in Gisborne .." m 29.9.1903 at Newstead Farm sp-Alexander Aiton TODD (12.8.1871 Lanark, Glasgow, Scotland-1.10.1966 Gisborne). They farmed at `Strathendick', Waimate Valley from 1891 to 1942. Then at Matawai. 3 children. Sid JORDAN has a2 articles by his brother Thomas re-published in the Gisborne Herald in 1946 on 22s trip to Dunedin by sailing ship. 34631 5-Jessie Whitson TODD (27.5.1905 Gisborne-30.7.1994 Gisborne) Governess for the children of Percy TOMBLESON (34622 ). Teacher at Owhena, East Cape. Private nurse. Served in WW2 (No. 817028) as a WAAC corporal in Egypt and Rome. Was in Bari, Italy, when 17 ships were sunk. Was in Lady Freyburg's Welfare Club. Saw thousands treated for burns when they should have been treated for mustard gas. Matron at the King George V Children's Health Camp in Gisborne from 1949 to 1953. Australia for 3 months. Matron at Ayton House (a girls hostel in Gisborne), St Stephens, Epsom Girls Grammar, School for the Deaf (Kelston, Auckland), Whitford Girls High. Returned to Ayton for 8 years. Died at Dunblane Home, Gisborne. Jessie (on L?), Alexander, and Elsie. 34632 5-`Elsie' Elizabeth Marion TODD (14.6.1906 Gisborne-18.7.1988 Gisborne) Looked after her family and helped on the farm. Artist. National rose judge, national floral art judge, certificate from National Rose Society. 34633 5-Alexander TODD (15.9.1907 Gisborne) Served in WW2 (No. 46111) as a corporal in the tank battalion, wounded in the groin at Casino. A shepherd, he farmed at Matawa (Matawai?) 5 years then at Miranda for 17 years. * 1995: 124 Parawai Road, Thames. Phone 07 868 6918. m 6.6.1942 at Wellington to Florence Amelia NEWMAN (10.3.1907 Feilding). * 1996: Unit 4, Waiokaraka Vlg, Campbell St, Thames ph 07 868 5232 1 child, 34633 1 6-Sandra Elizabeth TODD (23.11.1948 Palmerston North) m 7.6.1969 at Hamilton to Dudley York EDWARDS, inspector of drains (18.3.1924 Thames). * 1996: 109B Parawai Road, Thames. Phone 07 868 6918. 1 child, 34633 11 7-Theresa EDWARDS (16.4.1971 Thames) Shop assistant. * 1996: 30 Darlington St, Ngatea3464 4-Robert Whitson JOHNSTONE (12.9.1869 Auckland-4.11.1934 Wairoa)Buried at Opoutama. Served in the Boer War (No. 3000) in the 2nd Contingent. Farmed at Tiaria Valley for 10 years, then at Weka Downs, Tarewa Valley. Wharfinger, went to Opautama c. 1919 buying the store. Became a JP and sawdoctor. He and Ted TOMBLESON (33463) used to fence together and would play chess (mentally) as they worked. They would play about 5 or 6 games in a day. Sometimes they had to draw a board in the dust to work out the state of play or they would have to wait until they got home and get out the chess board to decide who was the winner. Obit. " of Opoutama. A military funeral will leave his late residence at 130pm tomorrow .." 2nd obit. "An Opoutama Settler: Vets of the S African War will hear with deep regret .. A well known store keeper and settler at Opoutama, and almost as well known in Gisborne as in the Wairoa County thru his previous residence in the district and his family connections here .. When the Boer War broke out he was in the prime of life & with 2 brothers saw service on the veldt with NZ contingents .. A military funeral will be accorded the late Mr J by members of the SA Vets Assn .. at Opoutama." 2nd obit: " .. was wharfinger at te port of Waikokopu .. storekeeping .. at Optama with Mr AITON . A good business man and popular with all .. " 3rd obit. (Herald) "Nuhaka News .. exceptionally large assembly of both pakehas and Maris who had journeyed some from very long distances .. casket covered with the Union Jack .. the Last Post was sounded by Mr T HAPI. .. During the service the Maoris sang that beautiful Maori lament "Apakura" .." His wife Matty.Those who served in New Zealand units in the Boer War can be checked athttp://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/SAW/Database.htm He is not listed there. Beneficiary of the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html Let me know if you download the following file on him from http://archway.archives.govt.nz JOHNSTONE, Robert WHITSON SA3000 1899 1902 NZ Defence Force, Personnel Archives Wgtn m 28.1.1906 at Waimate Valley to `Matty' Marion Aiton TODD (18.12.1878 Scotland-30.12.1954 Auckland). Sister to Alexander Aiton TODD (see 3463). Obit. " at Hunua,Papakura .. creamation .." 6 children, firstly 34641 5-`Marie' Marion Aiton JOHNSTONE (5.4.1907 Gisborne-30.8.1990 Auckland) m 27.8.1937 at Gisborne to `Aussie' Arthur Noel JORDAN (21.7.1913 Rangiora -19.1.1991 Auckland). He served in WW2 (No. 20852) as a T/Sergeant. Carpenter. Was c/ T Henshaw, Hunua Rd, RD3. 4 children. With their 4 children. 34641 1 6-Marion Margaret JORDAN (25.4.1938 Hastings) m 26.10.1957 at Ellerslie, Auckland to Murray Thomas CROWTHER (4.8.1937 National Park). Butcher, JP. They were at 49 Grange Road. 1995: 51c Grange Road, Mt. Eden, Auckland. Phone 09 630 0535. * 1996: 1118 Whangaparaoa Rd, Whangapraoa ph 09 424 1026 7 children, firstly 34641 11 7-Mark James A CROWTHER (20.8.1958 Waiouru) Real estate salesman. m 19.1.1980 at Auckland to Debra Marie CORCORAN (18.9.1958 Auckland). * 1995: 34 Henley Road, Mt Eden, Auckland ph 09 630 7295 3 children, firstly 34641 111 8-Emma Jayne CROWTHER (2.5.1984 Auckland) 34641 112 8-Amy Marie CROWTHER (1.3.1986 Auckland) 34641 113 8-Alice Louise CROWTHER (4.10.1990 Auckland) 34641 12 7-Therese Marion CROWTHER (9.3.1960 Waiouru) m 12.1.1980 at Auckland to Christopher Colin GRAY (3.10.1958 Auckland) Bricklayer. 1995: 17 Mamie Street, Remuera, Auckland ph 09 520 0785 * 1996: 2/193 Garton Rd, Karapiro 3 children, firstly 34641 121 8-Rebecca Marion GRAY (22.3.1984 London, England) 34641 122 8-Kate Honoria GRAY (4.8.1985 Auckland) 34641 123 8-Sophie Anne GRAY (7.12.1989 Auckland) 34641 13 7-Anne Charlotte CROWTHER (11.4.1961 Waiouru) Company secretary. m 25.4.1981 at Auckland to Edward Paul VALK (14.3.1959 New Plymouth). Company director. They were at 5 Wembly Street, Balmoral, Auckland. 3 children * 1995: 51 Grange Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland ph 09 630 2693 34641 131 8-Laura Anne VALK (10.12.1984 Auckland) 34641 132 8-Olivia Eve VALK (2.4.1986-29.4.1986 Auckland) 34641 133 8-Janea Grave VALK (12.8.1988 Auckland) 34641 134 8-Anthony Shaun VALK (4.11.1991 Auckland) 34641 135 8-Johnathan Andrew VALK (8.2.1995 Auckland) 34641 14 7-Trevor Noel CROWTHER (29.3.1962 Waiouru) Salesman m 4.10.1982 at Auckland to Megan Anne HALL (2.8.1962 Auckland) Homestay coordinator. * 1995: 40 Henley Road, Mt. Eden, Auckland ph 09 630 6921. 2 children, firstly 34641 141 8-Joshua Kane CROWTHER (24.10.1984 Auckland) 34641 142 8-Elyse Marie CROWTHER (7.8.1987 Auckland) 34641 15 7-Paul Bernard CROWTHER (22.8.1963 Waiouru) Manager m 4.3.1990 at Auckland to Fiona Maxine RENNIE (1967 Auckland) * 1995: 38 Halesowen Avenue, Mt Albert ph 09 629 2694 34641 16 7-Andrew Thomas CROWTHER (16.9.1966 Taihape-23.6.1970 Auckland) 34641 17 7-Joy Maree CROWTHER (30.3.1972 Auckland) m 15.10.1994 at Auckland to Dean THOMPSON (UK) *1995 6/85 Grange Road Mt. Eden Auckland * 1996: 23 Netherton St, New Lynn, Auckland ph 09 626 6861 34641 2 6-Sidney Robert JORDAN (18.10.1939 Hastings) Founded Elsid Engineering Ltd in 1970, specialising in the automotive jig manufacture and design. In 1994 began Media Graphics, desktop printing and pad-printing onto pens, golfballs, novelties, etc At their daughter Tracey's wedding: L to R are Sid, Elsa, Philip, Tracey, ... *1995: work 29 Ben Lomond Crescent, Pakuranga ph 09 576 9200 fax 09 576 9200 *2001: 14 Coleraine Place, Howick, Auckland tel. 09-274-1300 email Elsid"att"xtra.co.nz For the 1995 WHITSON Reunion, Sid JORDAN published 50 copies of "'The Family of THOMAS WHITSON and AGNES HOGG', with many photos. On page 3 are photos of the silver trowel & mallet used to lay the foundation stone of St Andrews Church [tower], Symonds Street, Auckland by Robert WHITSON on 24.5.1882. Donated to Auckland Museum Library by Alice AINSLIE." m 5.1.1963 at Awanui to Elsa Emma BIGG-WITHER (17.10.1943 Kaitaia). Nurse. Elsa was part owner of a plant nursery supplying pot plants to garden centres. She has now returned to nursing, at Howick Hospital. In 2002 she is doing a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) at MIT. 1996: 14 Ellesmere Crescent, Pakuranga, Auckland *2000: 14 Coleraine Place, Dannemora Howick Auckland Phone: 09-274-1300 4 children, firstly 34641 21 7-Tracey Lee JORDAN (26.7.1964 Auckland) Photolithographer Tracey, Philip, and 2 sons when Lewis was a baby. m 3.12.1988 at Auckland to Philip Andrew MONAGHAN (28.5.1965 Harare, Zimbabwe). *1996: 44 Andrews Road, Howick, Auckland. Phone 09 535 7609. 2 children, 34641 211 8-Sam Lovelace MONAGHAN (11.8.1992 Ealing, London, England) 34641 212 8-Lewis Glanton MONAGHAN (26.10.1994 Howick) 34641 22 7-Shane Frederick JORDAN (19.8.1965 Auckland) Spends his winters skiing in Switzerland, or wherever there is good skiing. 1994 started training as a 'Chef'. Topped his class at AIT. Continuing 1995. In 2001 enjoying the the good life in the Maldives before moving to the Seychelles and the Med for the rest of the Northern Summer. 34641 23 7-Craig William JORDAN (3.10.1968 Auckland) Regular Force Soldier. Parachute trained. Saw service with NZ Peace keepers in Bosnia 1994-95. Looking sharp in uniform. In 2001 in East Timor for a second time. *1999: 3 Puttick Rd, Linton Camp, Palmerston North 34641 24 7-Carla Ann JORDAN (18.8.1970 Auckland) Receptionist, graphic artist. m 12.2.1994 at Auckland to Mark Thomas HART (21.10.1967 Keswick, Lake District, England). * 1994: 68 Andrews Road, Howick, Auckland. Phone 09 534 7614. 34641 3 6-Thomas Noel JORDAN (1.7.1942 Hastings) Manager m 24.10.1964 at Helensville to Anthea Joy LEONARD (16.9.1944 Helensville). * 1995: 109 Beechdale Crescent, Pakuranga, Auckland ph 09 576 9670. 3 children, firstly 34641 31 7-Michael Wallace JORDAN (15.4.1967 Auckland) Teacher m 20.2.1993 at Panmure Auckland to Antoinette Louise WHITE (24.8.1969 Auckland) * 1995: 22 Freyburg Avenue Papatoetoe, Auckland. ph 09-278-8870. 34641 32 7-Katrina Marie JORDAN (8.1.1969 Auckland) Computer operator. m 19.2.1994 at Remuera Auckland to Andrew Kenneth SADDINGTON (26.2.1969 Grey Lynn, Auckland) Aluminium joiner. *1995 2/41 Maughan Drive, Bucklands Beach, Auckland. ph 09-537-5420 * 1996: 49 Hobart Cr, Manurewa, Auckland ph 09 266 2060 34641 33 7-Donnelle Joy JORDAN (9.6.1974 Auckland) Deli assistant. * 1996: 109 Beachdale Cr, Pakuranga, Auckland 34641 4 6-Bobbie Mary JORDAN (15.3.1948 Hastings) Works with IH adults. m 19.3.1966 at Ellerslie,Auckland to Anthony Eric HENSHAW (20.6.1943 England). Butcher. * 1995: 1001 Hunua Road, RD3, Papakura ph 09 292 4687; work 09 292 4865 5 children, firstly 34641 41 7-Paula Marie HENSHAW (22.1.1967 Taihape) Secretary. * 1994: Great South Rd, Drury ph 09 294 7375 m 6.1.1990 at Papakura to John Michael DEMPSEY Planner. 1 child, * 1996: 68A Arimu Rd, Papakura ph 09 296 2066 34641 411 8-Samantha Aiton DEMPSEY (27.2.1991 Papakura) 34641 42 7-Wendy Anne HENSHAW (22.1.1968 Waiouru) Community worker. m 4.6.1988 at Auckland to Vaughan SMITH (1962) Printer. 3 children, firstly * 1996: 27 Rembrandt Place, Papakura ph 09 299 9133 34641 421 8-Jodie Anne SMITH (6.11.1986 Auckland) 34641 422 8-Jarred Eric SMITH (26.7.1990 Auckland) Twin. 34641 423 8-Amber Marion SMITH (26.7.1990 Auckland) Twin. 34641 43 7-Diana Toni HENSHAW (3.5.1969 Waiouru) 34641 44 7-Julie Claire Jean HENSHAW (11.5.1973 Auckland) 34641 45 7-Wayne Eric HENSHAW (20.8.1975 Gisborne) 34642 5-`Leeca' Elizabeth Whitson JOHNSTONE (13.7.1908 Gisborne-12.8.1933 Napier) Teacher at Gisborne Central for 1 year, attended Canterbury Teachers College for 2 years, at Nelson Park, Napier, Kotemaori and Woodville schools during 1931, then at Ngaroto school. Fell off a horse at Puketapu on 10.8.1933 and died at Napier Hospital from injuries. Buried at Opautama. "Lady Teacher's Death - fall from horse .. a good horsewoman .. did not appear to be seriously hurt and returned to school but wa taken ill .." "A FATAL FALL .. inquest into Puketapu accident .. haemorrhage at the base of the brain .." HB Tribune 14.8.1933. "FATAL FALL FROM HORSE Ngaroto School-Mistress' Death 2 days after accident .. .. having ridden since she was 4 .. being accustomed to riding even bareback.." 34643 5-`Mollie' Mary Isabella JOHNSTONE (1.1.1912 Gisborne-2.11.1971 Otahuhu) Buried at Papakura. Served in WW2 (No. 72115) as a corporal in WAAC, (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps), Nurse Aid. In WW2 uniform. m 30.10.1943 in Egypt to Lawrence James BATES (16.9.1911 Papakura-1995). Served in WW2 (No. 23635) as a sergeant. Dairy farmer. 3 children. He remarried on 20.1.1973 at Hunua to Marjorie TRENOUTH. * 1996: Hunua Rd, Hunua, Papakura ph 09 298 1599 34643 1 6-Leeca Jeanette BATES (9.9.1945 Ngaruawahia) Teacher, librarian, sales manager, hair salon. * 1996: 1A Selwyn St, Hamilton ph 07 839 3436 m 18.11.1967 at Remuera, Auckland to Euan Wyles MACKINTOSH (30.1.1944 Auckland) Teacher. They were at 901 Heaphy Terrace, Claudelands, Hamilton. 3 children. * 1995: 88a Marshall St, Hamilton 34643 11 7-Judith Mary MACKINTOSH (16.10.1971 Whakatane) m .12.1994 to Johny * 1996: Switzerland 34643 12 7-Helen Joy MACKINTOSH (15.12.1973 Whakatane) * 1995: Dunedin * 1996: Switzerland 34643 13 7-Stuart Craig MACKINTOSH (12.2.1975 Whakatane) Retailer * 1995: 901 Heaphy Terrace, Claudelands, Hamilton. * 1996: 91 Melville St, Dunedin 34643 2 6-Mary Lawrence BATES (31.12.1947 Ngaruawahia) Nurse. Midwife at Tauranga Hospital. m 11.6.1977 at Papakura to Michael John Amesbury MANNING (3.8.1947 Auckland). Domestic director. * 1995: 217 Ohauiti Road, Tauranga. Phone 07 544 2632. 3 children, firstly 34643 21 7-Sarah Ruth MANNING (28.4.1978 Tauranga) Attended Tauranga Girls College. Fast food employee. * 1996: 217 Ohauiti Rd, Tauranga 34643 22 7-Fiona Jane MANNING (17.1.1980 Tauranga) Attended Tauranga Girls College. 34643 23 7-David John MANNING (5.2.1983 Opotiki) 34643 3 6-Anne Carolyn BATES (11.3.1952 Epsom-16.3.1952 Epsom) Buried at Papakura. 34644 5-`Hori' George Todd JOHNSTONE b 5.9.1915 735 Aberdeen Rd., Gisborne d 11.10.1983 Panmure, Auckland. Served in WW2 (No. 33793) as a sapper in Egypt and Italy. Carpenter, mechanic, fitter & turner. With Mavis. Sorry about the quality! m 11.1.1947 at Hastings to Mavis (Noeline) HARWOOD (29.11.1927 Waipawa). Shop assistant. 5 children. 1997: 10 Galway Court, Eagleby Queensland 4207 2010 Traralgon, Vic. Mavis remarried on 19.3.1988 at Auckland to Kenneth Adner KING (28.11.1918-22.8.2005 Auckland) Divorced 2003 Brisbane. 34644 1 6-Alan Robert JOHNSTONE (25.9.1947 Hastings) Computer programmer. m1 9.12.1967 at Christchurch to `Libby' Elizabeth Ann DENDLE (.11.1948 Christchurch). 2 children. Divorced 1977. 34644 11 7-Robert Alan JOHNSTONE (9.6.1968 Christchurch) * 2 Embling Street, Wanniassa, A.C.T., Australia. 34644 12 7-Andrew James JOHNSTONE (9.2.1971 Porirua, Wellington) * 1997: Canberra, Australia [34644 1 6-Alan Robert JOHNSTONE (25.9.1947 Hastings)] m2 22.7.1978 at St Johns Church, Willis St, Wellington to Susan Mary BAKER (5.10.1946 Christchurch). * 1997: 2864 Ziegle Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45208, USA. ph 001 513 871 0422 Email alan"att"johnstone.net m3 16.4.1999 Roselawn Lutheran Church, Cincinatti, Ohio, USA to Mary Louise ROESNER b 23.7.1941 Cincinatti, Ohio. 34644 2 6-Ian Richard JOHNSTONE (1.12.1948 Hastings) Storeman, driver, stamp dealer, amateur photographer, family historian, brewery historian. Published JOHNSTONE family tree in 1989 while living in Porirua. 1994 Dunedin. Author of `Breweries of Gisborne' (1995) $12 from Ian. He has also published "A history of NZ brewing". His WHITSON bios for at the Northern Cemetery, Dunedin are on their website http://www.southernheritage.org.nz/northerncemetery/home.html *2010: 12 Ward Street, P. O. Box 300 32 Momona, Dunedin 9073 Tel 03 486 1335 ianrichard"att"hotmail.co.nz m1 10.4.1971 at Tauranga to Linda Maureen BARLOW (23.5.1950 Tauranga). Divorced 1977. 1 child. She remarried Paul LAWRENCE, now in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, putting in telecommunications for NZ embassies. They have 3 children. * 1997: 7 Bodman Terrace, Plimmerton, Porirua. Phone 04 233 1091. m2 23.2.1985 at Hastings to Jocelyn Kay ROBINSON (30.3.1956 Napier). Separated. 34644 3 6-Murray (Bruce) JOHNSTONE (13.12.1952 Hastings) Sawdoctor, power station operator. Family historian. Belongs to a Model Railway club. m 22.4.1975 Waikato Diocesan School Chapel, Hamilton to Carol (Rowena) STRINGER (25.6.1955 Thames). 2 children. * 1997: 4 Daniel Court, Traralgon, Victoria 3844, Australia ph 0061 3 5174 8445. * 2005-07: muzzabj"att"hotmail.com * 2009 carolj"att"exemail.com.au 34644 31 7-Helen (Carol) JOHNSTONE (14.1.1981 Traralgon, Australia) At 16 a very good badminton player. m 31.7.2010 Tinamba, Vic. to 'Tim' Timothy James O'BRIEN b 17.2.1981 Mercy Hospital, Melbourne, Vic. 34644 311 8-Ari Drew O'BRIEN b 22.8.2013 Traralgon, Vic. 3844 34644 32 7-Rhys (William) JOHNSTONE (27.3.1986 Traralgon, Australia) *2001: rhysj"att"hotmail.com ? m Tina Angeline GIFFORD b 16.9.1985 Central Gipsland Hospital, Traralgon, Vic. 34644 321 8-Matilda Grace Elfriede JOHNSTONE b 18.2.2008 Latrobe Regional Hospital, Traralgon, Vic. 34644 4 6-`Lyn' Lyndsey Kaye JOHNSTONE (10.2.1956 Hastings) 7 children. In 1978 lived at 122 Haitai Rd, Wellington. * 1997: Ph. 07 3807 2875 df Denis PANTHER b c1970 Tokoroa. 1 child. m1 10.8.1973 at Christchurch to `Fred' Kevin Frederick STEINER (19.10.1954 Putaruru) Divorced 4.1.1993. 2 children. df Robin HARRIS (?1955) of Tokoroa. 1 child. m2 `Pat' Patrick Bourke CALVEY (3.9.1947 Brisbane) Driver/Plant Operator. 4 children. * 1994: 8 Albert St, Eagleby, Queensland 4207 ph 0061 73 807 2875 34644 41 7-Todd Jason JOHNSTONE (2.2.1971 Auckland) Adopted at birth by Kevin & Sylvia LOCKE and registered as Craig Alan LOCKE. Chef. (Craig has an adopted sister, Wendy.) m .11.1995 to Erin Nicola HALDANE Dental assistant. 1 child * 1997: 12 Belmont Ave., Tikipunga, Whangarei Ph 09 437 0469 34644 411 8-Liam Todd LOCKE (11.3.1996 Whangarei) 34644 42 7-Jason Charles George STEINER (7.12.1973 Christchurch) Night Fill Manager. m to Narelle Leanne CHETHAM b 2.5.1972 Brisbane, Qld. 2 children 34644 421 8-Emily Page Stephanie STEINER (11.6.1993 Brisbane) 34644 422 8-Cameron Charles STEINER (16.2.1996 Brisbane) 34644 43 7-Kevin Frederick STEINER (27.7.1975 Tokoroa) df Katie Sharon McKENZIE (16.3.1977 Paiatua) 3 children. * 1996: 111 Fryer Rd, Eagleby, Queensland, Australia 34644 431 8-Benjamin Kevin McKENZIE-STEINER (29.4.1994 Palmerston N) 34644 432 8-James Grant McKENZIE-STEINER (29.9.1996 Brisbane) 34644 433 8-Nicholas Cage STEINER b 18.3.2001 Brisbane, Qld. 34644 44 7-John James CALVEY (26.1.1978 Wellington) df Tracey Ellen BRIGHOUSE b 16.6.1981 Pukekohe, N.Z. 1 child. 34644 441 8-Breanna Rain CALVEY b: 26 Sep 2003 in Brisbane, Qld., Aust. 34644 45 7-Michael Donald CALVEY (17.12.1987 Auckland) m Aleshia GILL 2 chn. 34644 451 8-Corben Patrick Ashton CALVEY b 29.12.2007 N.Z. d 3.2.2009 Paeroa, N.Z. 34644 452 8-Jack CALVEY b c14.1.2010 Australia 34644 46 7-Duane Patrick CALVEY (19.12.1989 Brisbane) * 1994: 58 Chapman Drive, Beenleigh, Queensland 4207 ph 0063 7 287 3558 34644 47 7-Shannene Colleen Jan CALVEY (5.8.1991 Brisbane) 34644 5 6-Gloria Jean JOHNSTONE (16.5.1957 Hastings) m 5.11.1980 at Hamarana, 29 Princes Street, Auckland (the original family homestead of 222 George JOHNSTONE and Elizabeth WHITSON) to Bruce Colin HARVIE (20.10.1950 Papakura). Changed name by deedpoll to Antony "Tony" HALL. * 1997: 58 Chapman Drive, Beenleigh, Queensland 4207 Ph/fax 0061 73807 2569 Email tonyhall"att"cars-net.com 4 children, firstly 34644 51 7-Kimberley Rose HALL (26.2.1986 Sydney, Australia) m Mathew HARRISON 34644 52 7-Tella Ann HALL (18.5.1987 Sydney, Australia) 34644 53 7-Angela Jean HALL (25.6.1989 Sydney, Australia) 34644 54 7-Ashley James HALL (25.9.1990 Brisbane) 34645 5-Jean Whitson JOHNSTONE (26.10.1919 Gisborne-5.3.1974 Wairoa) Managed Oslers Bakery in Wairoa, also worked in a laundry and bookshop. Died of cancer. Buried at Kopua Cemetery, Wairoa. 34646 5-`Binkie' `Bob' Robert Alexander JOHNSTONE (28.11.1920 Gisborne -2.8.1944 out of Casino, Italy) Orchard labourer. Served in WW2 (No. 290567) as a private in the 2nd NZEF 25th Battalion in Egypt and Italy. Died of wounds. Buried at Lake Bolsena, British Empire Cemetery. Memorial stone at Hastings cemetery. 3465 4-James Gray JOHNSTONE (1.1.1871 Emily Place,Auckland-8.12.1942 Auckland) (Emily Place runs from the junction of Fort St, Beach Rd & Customs St East up to Shortland St.) Buried at Waikaraka cemetery. Miner, farmer. James Gray JOHNSTONE.Beneficiary of the will at*1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html m1 21.2.1900 at Coromandel to Bridget Hannah LYNCH (1871 Coromandel-14.9.1900 Coromandel) Domestic. Died of Brights disease. m2 14.1.1903 at Auckland to Catherine Josephine O'BRIAN (1870 Tapu-5.4.1947 Auckland). 3466 4-Catherine JOHNSTONE (12.4.1872 Auckland-29.9.1872 Auckland) Buried in the WHITSON family plot, in Symonds Street, Auckland.3467 4-Grahame JOHNSTONE (10.3.1874 Auckland-6.9.1938 Gisborne)Served in the Boer War (No. 809) in the 3rd contingent, where he got rheumatic fever. This affected him badly later in life. Farmed at Te Karaka. Ruined by flood in 1910. Also farmed at Te Puke, North Wairoa, Whitford (Auckland), and Te Atatu. Had to walk off in the slump. Obituary: "S African War Veteran .. a vet. of the S African War. Mr J left NZ with the 3rd Contingent, the members of which became widely known as the `rough riders'. Born in Auckland Mr J came to Gisborne as a young man & following the S African War he married Miss Minna Ebeling in Gisborne. Moving to the Henderson district Mr J was engaged in farming there until 15 years ago when he returned to Gisborne. He found employment as a tally cleark on the waterfront where he became a well known identity ... a keen supporter of the SA War Vets Assn .." Grahame JOHNSTONE 1874-1938. Those who served in New Zealand units in the Boer War can be checked at http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/SAW/Database.htm This gives for him Reg No: 809 Contingent: third Unit: No 6 company Ship: KNIGHT TEMPAR 17 February 1900 Rank: private Occupation: farmer Next of Kin: JOHNSTONE Mr G J A Relationship to Soldier: Next of Kin Address: Durham Street Gisborne County/City: cook m 5.8.1907 at Gisborne to `Rose' Minna EBELING (2.6.1874 London, England -21.5.1968 Gisborne). Dressmaker. 1 child, 34671 5-Juliet Grahame JOHNSTONE (26.8.1907 Gisborne-28.12.1989 Gisborne) m 28.12.1937 at Gisborne to Roy Southby LEGGETT (13.11.1906 Gisborne). Shepherd, farm manager at Matawai, Motu, Rere and Kanakanaia. Still bowling, playing snooker & doing his veg garden. * 1995: 121 Ballance Street, Gisborne. Phone 06 867 3592. 2 children, firstly 34671 1 6-Charles `Grahame' Roy LEGGETT (7.6.1939 Gisborne) Farmer. Making hay with a tractor he hit a turkey; putting it out of its misery he lost half a foot - 1994. m 1.4.1961 at Gisborne to Raewyn Joan McMURRAY (12.7.1939 Gisborne) School secretary. * 1995: Main Road, RD2 Matawai, Gisborne. Phone 06 862 4871. 2 children, firstly 34671 11 7-Tony Charles LEGGETT (15.1.1962 Gisborne) Draughtsman. m 16.3.1985 Gisborne to Jennifer Elizabeth MUIR (7.5.1963 Gisborne) Legal secretary, bank officer. * 1995: 7 Kingsley St, Gisborne ph 06 867 6718 34671 111 8-Ashleigh Hope LEGGETT (.11.1991 Gisborne) 34671 12 7-Robyn Julie LEGGETT (10.9.1965 Gisborne) Packhouse worker, clerk. * 1995: 181 Crawford Rd, Gisborne. 34671 2 6-Janet Frances LEGGETT (5.4.1942 Gisborne) m 13.4.1963 Gisborne to Barry James EDWARDS (17.9.1939 Lower Hutt). Salesman. * 1995: 11 Magnolia Grove,Maungaraki, Lower Hutt ph 589 7120. 3 children, firstly 34671 21 7-Neil James EDWARDS (28.5.1965 Lower Hutt) Mechanic. * 1995: 31 Todds Rd, Rangiora, Christchurch ph 03 313 7587; moving soon * 1996: State Highway 7, Totara Flat, West Coast ph 03 34671 22 7-Glen Roy EDWARDS (30.12.1966 Lower Hutt) Engineer. m 27.2.1993 at Trentham to Lynette HUGHSON (28.7.1966 Trentham) * 1995: 210 Dowse Drive, Maungaraki ph 04 587 0230 34671 221 8-Cameron Mark EDWARDS (4.8.1994 Lower Hutt) 34671 23 7-Brenda Jan EDWARDS (20.7.1970 Lower Hutt) Secretary, asst. manager. m 27.3.1993 at Lower Hutt to Paul Darrin SCOBLE (1.8.1969 Lower Hutt) Chauffeur, salesman. * 1995: 4 Maple Grove, Maungaraki ph 04 589 0520 3468 4-Kate FENDER JOHNSTONE (27.3.1876 Auckland-3.5.1899 Makaraka) Died after an injury from a horse. With sister Adeline, ID 346(10).3469 4-Gordon Carrick JOHNSTONE (28.1.1878 Auckland-11.3.1957 Te Puke)Served in Boer War (No. 810) in the 3rd contingent. Carrier, photographer, worked for a grocery in Te Puke. Gordon Carrick JOHNSTONE 1878-1957. http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/SAW/Database.htm gives for him: Reg No: 810, Surname: JOHNSTONE, GivenNames: Gordon, Contingent: third Unit: No 6 company, Ship: Knight Tempar 17 February1900, Rank: private Occupation: farmer, Next of Kin: JOHNSTONE Mr G J A, Relationship to Soldier: Next of Kin Address: Durham Street Gisborne, County/City: cook Beneficiary of the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html m 2.12.1908 at Suva sp-Lucy EBELING (7.7.1878 Turangi-21.8.1956 Te Puke). Sister of Rose, wife of 3467. A painter. 6 children firstly 34691 5-`Ham' Gordon Carrick Carlisle JOHNSTONE (30.8.1909 Gisborne -21.1.1990 Tauranga) Golfer (with a 7 handicap). Worked on the TOMBLESON farm at Gisborne, then to Papamoa in 1949, with MOW at Mangakino, then to Te Mahoe about 1959. m 26.12.1936 at Te Puke to Cathrine Rachel VOLTZ (6.12.1915 Inglewood -12.3.1986 Tauranga). Were at 46 Matavia Street, Mt. Maunganui. 5 children. 34691 1 6-`Carl' Louis Carlisle JOHNSTONE (30.10.1938 Te Puke) Carpenter, dog ranger, tally clerk, orchard worker. 6'4''. m 1.4.1961 at Mangakino to Desiree Peace HARVEY (3.12.1941 Te Kuiti). * Was 46 Matavia Street, Mt. Maunganui. * 1996: Cuff Rd, Patamahoe ph 09 236 3952. 5 children. 34691 11 8-Alan Carl JOHNSTONE (9.10.1961 Tokoroa) 2007 alan"att"johnstone.net m 18.9.1982 at Mt. Maunganui to Robyn Myfonwy JONES (13.6.1956 Tauranga). Were at Lyngrove Avenue, Papamoa. 2 children. * 1995: TRY Ngongatahah ph 07 332 2076. 34691 111 8-Michael Carl Thomas JOHNSTONE (18.2.1982 Tauranga) 34691 112 8-Ashlegh Rhiannon Gloria JOHNSTONE (7.7.1986 Tauranga) 34691 12 7-Wayne Michael JOHNSTONE (12.11.1962 Mangakino) Roof tiler. m 14.8.1985 at Tauranga to Lesley Kim MARSHALL (1.1.1966 Tauranga). Separated. 2 children, firstly 34691 121 8-Joshua Paul JOHNSTONE (10.4.1985 Hamilton) 34691 122 8-Troy William JOHNSTONE (20.1.1986 Tauranga) 34691 13 7-Annette Peace JOHNSTONE (4.12.1963 Taupo or Matamata) Orchardist. m 28.7.1984 at Mt. Maunganui to Neil Raymond THOMSON (20.9.1953 Hamilton) Farm manager. They were at Omanawa Road, RD1, Tauranga. * 1996: Cuff Rd, Patamahoe ph 09 236 3474. Child 34691 131 8- THOMSON 34691 14 7-Paul Philip JOHNSTONE (21.6.1966 Matamata-20.10.1966 Matamata) 34691 15 7-Gary Lee JOHNSTONE (28.7.1967 Matamata) Electrical * 1996: Cuff Rd, Patamahoe ph 09 236 3474 34691 2 6-Phillip Arnold JOHNSTONE (19.9.1940 Te Puke-23.5.1965 Tokanui) Died of a grand mal (epileptic) seizure. Brilliant student, 2 years at Hamilton Teachers College where his stuffed animals are on display. 34691 3 6-`Joni' Berenice Eleanor JOHNSTONE (2.5.1942 Te Puke) Her father explained her first name to her by saying a Chinese saw her as a baby and said `Mmm! Bery nice!'. Ardmore Teachers College. m 13.9.1963 at Rotorua to Barry James BURGESS (26.10.1933 Melbourne, Australia) Manager. * 1996: 2/3 Elizabeth St, Rotorua ph 07 348 5245. 2 children, firstly 34691 31 7-Steven Barry BURGESS (30.4.1964 Melbourne, Australia) 34691 32 7-Kylie Janie BURGESS (6.6.1966 Tauranga) Receptionist. 1 child. m df Mike BENGE * 1995: 45 Kawaha Point Rd, Rotorua 34691 321 8-Tabitha Jane BENGE (21.11.1988 Wellington) 34691 4 6-Deborah Elaine JOHNSTONE (26.3.1947 Te Puke) * 1995: Australia m 25.9.1965 at Rotorua to Bernard PAYNE (c1928 Hawera) Farmer. Separated. 3 children, firstly 34691 41 7-Rachel Celeste PAYNE (1966 Rotorua) m 1986 to Ernest Peter WARD (1961 Tauranga) 2 children. 34691 411 8-Jaqueline Marie WARD (1988 Rotorua) 34691 412 8-Deborah Allison WARD (1988 Rotorua) 34691 42 7-Michelle Elaine PAYNE (1968/69 Rotorua) 34691 43 7-Gordon Albert PAYNE (1970/71 Rotorua) 34691 5 6-Priscilla `Janice' JOHNSTONE (9.1.1949 Te Puke) m 20.12.1970 at Rotorua to Gary T. McLEISH (7.1.1949 Huntly) Fitter and turner for Caxton Paper Mill. * 1995: 28 Fenton Street, Kawerau ph 07 323 6117. 2 children, firstly 34691 51 7-Tanya McLEISH (18.1.1971 Meremere) 34691 52 7-Tony McLEISH (26.10.1973 Tokoroa) Naval rating. * 1996: 44 Wakakura Cr, North Shore, Auckland 34692 5-Desray Lucien Carrick JOHNSTONE (5.6.1911 Gisborne-30.3.1988 Wellington) Buried at Te Puke. Had a welding business. Golfer, hunting and fishing. Had open heart surgery. m 1939 at Auckland to Dora Valerie RUSSELL (1913 Hastings-13.8.1961 Te Puke). 34693 5-Bernard Carrick JOHNSTONE (24.2.1914 Te Puke-1993 Rotorua) He had a hairdressing salon in Te Puke. Cartoonist, artist. Served in WW2 (No. 62433) in Fiji. Last address: c/o RSA, Rotorua. 34694 5-Betty Carrick JOHNSTONE `Sister Lisa' (14.11.1915 Te Puke-30.8.1988 Cavanagh House, Melbourne, Australia) Taught art, made Icons. Anglican nun in Australia. 34695 5-`Bunty' Quentin Carrick JOHNSTONE (21.11.1916 Te Puke-12.5.1984 Te Puke) Worked for Rabbit Board. Bowler. m 11.6.1941 at Te Puke to Mavis Adelaide YEOMAN (22.5.1920 Te Puke). * 1995: 14 Lee Street, Te Puke. Phone 07 573 9334. 6 children, firstly 34695 1 6-Graeme Douglas Carrick JOHNSTONE (4.6.1942 Te Puke) Amateur magician. National director for World Vision. Photojournalist. m 8.2.1969 at Auckland to Alison Joy HUNGERFORD (20.12.1943 Auckland) Shop manager, sales person. * 1995: 1A Rarawa Street, Mt. Eden, Auckland 3 ph 09 631 5807. 2 children, firstly 34695 11 7-Carlton Graeme JOHNSTONE (1.1.1971 Auckland) Landscaper, bank officer. * 1996: 1A Rarawa St, Mt Eden, Auckland 3 34695 12 7-Jillian Joy JOHNSTONE (23.8.1975 Auckland) Student. * 1996: 1A Rarawa St, Mt Eden, Auckland 3 34695 2 6-Raymond Neil Carrick JOHNSTONE (5.4.1944 Te Puke) Senior Traffic Sergeant for Ministry of Transport. Senior Sergeant for Ministry of Police, at Tauranga. m 3.9.1966 at Nelson to Paulette Margaret Ann KING (19.9.1946 Dunedin). Photographer, computer operator. Family Historians. * 1995: 25 Wells Avenue, Mt. Maunganui. Ph 07 575 6469. 2 children, firstly 34695 21 8-Heath Raymond Edward JOHNSTONE (26.9.1967 Auckland) 1993: computer tutor at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, Tauranga. In 1993 he broke his back in 3 places. But this did not stop him trying mountaineering and potholing! Managed Netway, Auckland. 1995: Sydney * 1996: 180 Mt Albert Rd, Auckland ph 09 626 5616 34695 22 7-Brendon Paul Lance JOHNSTONE (12.10.1969 Auckland) Works for Chubb Alarm Installation Services. For 1995: * 1995: Henderson Bible College, Auckland. * 1996: 25 Wells Avenue, Mt. Maunganui. Ph 07 575 6469 34695 3 6-Ian Carrick JOHNSTONE (12.2.1947 Te Puke) Ian went to England in 1977 and joined an Oil Co. *1978: 28 Randalls Drive, Hutton, Essex CM 131 NW, England. m1 27.7.1968 at Tokoroa to Gaylene Leslie McLEISH (6.12.1949 Huntly). 3 children. Divorced 1977. She remarried. * Whangarei m2 1979 to Sandra Frances Cowell LIPSCOME (9.4.1948). 34695 31 7-Tracey Lee JOHNSTONE (3.12.1969 Auckland) 34695 32 7-Darren William JOHNSTONE (12.5.1972 Auckland) 34695 33 7-Ian Brett JOHNSTONE (.7.1973 Auckland) 34695 4 6-Lauraine `Sueanne' JOHNSTONE (24.11.1948 Te Puke) Te Puke High, nursing in Wellington. Sue is a marine radio operator since 1990. She has a Boat Masters Ticket and will go for her Pilots Ticket. She also has a mobile first aid ticket to work and operate a St Johns ambulance. * 1994: 14 Lee Street, Te Puke. Phone 07 573 9334 work 07 572 2122 Medical First Aid Room. * 1996: 64A Hartford Av, Papamoa ph 07 5739 334 m1 c1965 at Wellington to John GORDON (- .9.1969). Killed in an accident. 2 children. m2 John Clifford SIMS (19.4.1934 Taumarunui) Separated 1994. 34695 41 7-Mitchell GORDON (12.5.1966 Wellington) * 1995: Te Aroha m 1986 at Katikati to Theresa BROADMORE. Separated. 2 children, firstly 34695 411 8-Seth GORDON ( .10.1987) 34695 412 8-Danielle GORDON (2.1.1989) 34695 42 7-Tania Dionne GORDON (2.2.1970 Te Puke) m Ed RACHUBINSKI (21.7.1963 Newcastle, Australia) * 1995: Australia 34695 421 8-Bianca RACHUBINSKI (16.12.1994 Newcastle, Australia) 34695 5 6-Brenda May JOHNSTONE (31.3.1952 Te Puke) Works for Radio 91 ZM, Lower Hutt ?? m1 23.10.1971 at Te Puke to Ian Hamilton HUNTER (1947 Manurewa) Divorced. 2 children. m2 16.5.1983 at Christchurch to Ross Thurston EBBORN (11.8.1947 Lyttelton). Sales rep. 1 child. Separated. * 1995: Christchurch. m3 df Neville Stuart BURNS * 1995: 18 Raukawa St, Stokes Valley, Lower Hutt. Ph 04 565 3135 * 1996: 33 Oxford Tce, Lower Hutt ph 04 569 8944 34695 51 7-Cushla May Joyce HUNTER-EBBORN (22.9.1973 Te Puke) Personal assistant. * 1996: 6 Lincoln Grove, Wainuiomata 34695 52 7-Cameron Hamilton HUNTERR-EBBORN (7.3.1977 Te Puke) Clerical worker * 1996: 33 Oxford Tce, Lower Hutt ph 04 569 8944 34695 53 7-Renee Kathleen EBBORN (29.3.1983 Burwood) * 1995: Christchurch. 34695 6 6-Peter Carrick JOHNSTONE (21.7.1960 Te Puke) Te Puke High ?, launchmaster, takes fishing trips to the reef and Mayor Island on the Manutere. * 1995: 14 Lee Street, Te Puke ph 07 573 9334 34696 5-John Carrick JOHNSTONE (23.7.1919 Te Puke-23.7.1919 Te Puke) 346(10) 4-Adeline Mary JOHNSTONE (20.4.1881 Auckland-9.8.1956 Gisborne) m 1.1.1916 at Gisborne to Gordon WITTY (12.9.1885 Gisborne-28.1.1969 Gisborne). Served in WW1 (No. 25/474) as a corporal. No children. Beneficiary of the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html 347 3-Mary Anne WHITSON bp 13 OCT 1842 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland ex C195047 1829-1844. "3rd Daughter". Witnesses at the baptism were James WATSON and Patrick McGILLIAN. [OR was this for 324 - CHECK!) Twin with Jessie ID 348 below. 1851 with parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. Mary Anne WHITSON bp 1842. Her children were beneficiaries of the will of her sister Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below. Her children were beneficiaries of the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348 of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html m 5.2.1870 at George St., East Melbourne sp-George (Watson) TELFORD (1.12.1840 Kildonan, Scotland) 3rd son of Robert TELFORD, who came to Australia in 1846 and owned Yarrawonga Station, an outstation near Lake Rowan of Peechalba Station. Robert's wife Elizabeth, of Kildonan, Scotland (daughter of James RUTHERFORD) had a brother James who owned Ulupna Station, and a sister married to George R MACPHERSON, owner of Peechalba Station, famous as the place where in 1865 the notorious bushranger MORGAN was shot by a station hand named QUINLAN. MORGAN had held up the station and made the ladies including George's sister Margaret (later Mrs. Adam ARMSTRONG) amuse him by playing the piano and singing songs through the night. In the morning he made Mrs. MACPHERSON and Mrs Robert TELFORD escort him towards the stockyards where he intended to select a good horse. QUINLAN was secreted behind a building and watched for his opportunity, fired, and wounded the outlaw fatally. He died shortly afterwards. it is said that when dying he complained that he had been shot without a chance. Presumably George TELFORD was also present. See the book `Morgan the Bushranger' by Mary CARNEGIE, and `Some of the Murray Pioneers' by C. ROSS, Victoria Historical Magazine (1912). 6 children, firstly 3471 4-Margaret Armstrong TELFORD d 14.7.1876 aged 10 months. Buried at the WHITSON plot in Auckland with Robert . Who are these 2 women? 3472 4-Elizabeth Rutherford TELFORD (1872 Young, NSW -20.12.1944 Melbourne) Elizabeth Rutherford TELFORD 1872-1944. A beneficiary of the 1910 will of Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; she & her husband were then of "Whitson Dene", Leonard St, Melbourne. m 27.11.1901 at `Ainslie',East Melbourne at home of 2244? to Sir Stephen Joseph MORELL (15.8.1869 Carlton-6.7.1944), son of Esteban MORELL and Ada Hannah SCOTT. Lord Mayor of Melbourne in the 1930's. In 1916 living at WHITSON Dene, Leonard St., Melbourne. Their home at 48 Punt Road, South Yarra, Melbourne is now the German consulate. His father Esteban was born in Vila-seca, a village in the province of Tarragona (Spain). "He was the brother of my great- grandfather. Today in Vila-Seca you'll find a street called Sir Stephen MORELL Scott Street" -Ana MORELL, ch. du Bret 12, 1350 Orbe, Switzerland ana"att"romandie.com 2005. Sir Stephen MORELL. 4 children, firstly 34721 5-Stephen WHITSON MORELL (6.10.1902-15.9.1979 Surat) Single. Lived at `Glenearn Station', Surat, Queensland 4417 (bought for him by his father). 34722 5-Sheila Scott MORELL (13.6.1907- 13.8.1977 Brisbane) m 28.9.1938 at St. Martins in the field, London to Geoffrey ARMSTRONG (of Sydney-12.10.1968 London) 2 children, firstly 34722 1 6-`Jimmy' Geoffrey James Morell ARMSTRONG (14.6.1939-24.7.1989 Nagambie,Victoria) Single, lived with 34722 2. 34722 2 6-Elizabeth Gay Morell ARMSTRONG (29.5.1941) Lives at a horse stud farm bought by her father. Single. * Islay Vale, Tabilk, Victoria 3607. Townhouse at Domain Road, South Yarra, Melbourne. 34723 5-Rodney Telford MORELL (5.10.1910) Ll.B. from Melbourne University but did not practise. Lieutenant in the artillery in WW2 at Greece, Crete, Syria, Egypt, Israel. Director of Victoria Insurance Co., Carlton United Breweries, Melbourne and the Board of Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. Amateur ornithologist. (See also `Who's Who in Australia', 1965). Rodney Telford MORELL in WW2 uniform. m1 25.2.1936 at Melbourne to `Peggy' Honor Mary Ward STRUTT (Tongala,Victoria). 2 children. m2 Naomi GREEN (23.9.1919 Sydney) No issue. *1995: 231 Domain Road, South Yarra, Victoria. ph 03 9866 1133 34723 1 6-(Patricia) Gail MORELL (20.10.1937) m at Melbourne to `Frank' Francis Alfred BILLSON, professor of ophthalmology at Sydney University. *1996: 73 Ocean Road, Woollahra, Sydney, NSW 2025. Ph 02 9363 3708 or 02 9326 1694 or 02 9326 2116 (June KITCHEN june.kitchen"att"virgin.net 2001 is researching BILLSON.) 2 children, firstly 34723 11 7-Mark BILLSON (Melbourne) 34723 12 7-Susanna BILLSON (Melbourne) 34723 2 6-Carolyn Margaret MORELL (7.7.1939) m at Melbourne to John KEATLEY. *1978: Melbourne Lodge, Melbourne, Hertfordshire, England. 2 children, firstly 34723 21 7-James KEATLEY (Cambridge) 34723 22 7-Arabella KEATLEY 34724 5-Donald Rutherford MORELL (5.10.1910-25.1.1985 Melbourne) Twin. He was a grazier at Kynuna, central Queensland. He lived at what was his parents summer home: 39 MORELL St., Mornington, Melbourne. m to Cynthia Mary KEON-COHEN (-19.2.1970) Killed in a car crash (maybe with their son 34724 3). 3 children, firstly 34724 1 6-Deidre Cynthia MORELL (30.8.1940) m at Melbourne to Anthony GRAGE. Works for Thompson,Kelly & Lewis. 3 children. * 1996: 11 Munro Street, Armadale, Melbourne, Vic. 3143 ph 03 9822 7784 34724 11 7-Paul GRAGE (27.9.1966) *1996: TRY P & PM 13 Dudley Gr,Edithvale Melbourne Vic 3196 ph 03 9772 4222 34724 12 7-Nicholas GRAGE (30.8.1969) Competed in the Ironman competition in Auckland 1995. 34724 13 7-Anna GRAGE (13.11.1973) 34724 2 6-Stephen Donald Hal MORELL (4.10.1947 Mornington,Melbourne) He worked for McColl & partners, agricultural consultants. m 3.3.1970 at Norwich, England to Collen Anne SEARS. *1978: 39 Morell Street, Mornington, Melbourne. Phone 059-752230. *1996: TRY 24 Fern Av, Prahran, Melbourne,Vic 3181 ph 03 9529 3895 2 children, firstly 34724 21 7-Georgina MORELL 34724 22 7-Sophie MORELL 34724 3 6-Robert Rutherford MORELL (3.11.1950 Mornington,Melbourne-19.3.1970 Mornington) Died from car crash injuries. Single. 3473 4-Kitty TELFORD Twin to 3472, died young of TB. 3474 4-Robert Whitson TELFORD Served in WW1. Doctor, no issue. Photo lost. A beneficiary of the 1910 will of Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; he was then of Archibald Place, Edinborough. m sp-Elizabeth HUGHS, of South Africa. 3475 4-George Watson TELFORD (30.6.1875 Auckland-10.7.1953 Redcliffe, Queensland Brisbane) Buried at Goondiwind, Queensland. Grazier at the family station at Goondiwind, Queensland. A beneficiary of the 1910 will of Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below; he was then of Melbourne. Named in the codicil to the will at *1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, ID 348, codicil, of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html (She lent him 500P.) m 12.9.1906 at Melbourne to Vera Laura BAILEY (26.1.1885 Brighton, Victoria - 30.11.1937 Goondiwindi, Queensland) Daughter of Charles BAILEY (b. 6.12.1849 Middlesex, England d. 1906 Melborne) and Emma Laura JENNINGS (b. 28.5.1862 England d. 1943 Melbourne)- Buried at Goondiwindi aged 52.) 2 children, firstly 34751 5-`Archie' Archibald WHITSON TELFORD (b 4.10.1907 Melbourne,Victoria d 3.12.1981 Goondiwindi, Queensland) Grazier, owned a property "Ulupna" (near Moonie, Queensland). Early pioneer of the district. Paralysed 1968 for a while by a virus or insecticide (never confirmed), but recovered enough to walk using a walking stick and still drove the tractor and truck on the property. Retired to Goondiwindi on the McIntyre River in 1977. *He lived at 17 McIntyre Street, Goondiwindi, Queensland 4390 #Thanks to grdr Rhonda NORTH for updating this branch 2005 & for photos! m 7.5.1935 at Surat, Queensland to Phyllis Margaret WHITE of Surat (6.3.1911 Toowoomba, Queensland - 3.9.1999 Goondiwindi) Oldest child of Herbert Arthur WHITE (aka Arthur) (b. 14.1.1886 Mt. Gambier, South Australia d. 20.12.1951 Redcliffe, Queensland) and Margaret Winifred DEIGNAN (b. 6.1.1887 Bourke, Queensland d.9.7.1976 Redcliffe, Queensland). 3 children. *Lived at 17 McIntyre Street, Goondiwindi, Queensland 4390. This photo of Arch & Phyllis at their son Kenneth's wedding 17 April 1970. Phyllis with her three sons. Standing at back - Bob (-1). Front (left to right) Rod (-3), Phyllis, Ken (-2). Taken 25 December 1998 in Goondiwindi. - Thanks to Rhonda. 34751 1 6-`Bob' Robert WHITSON TELFORD (30.10.1940 St. George,Queensland -27 June 1999, Goondiwindi) Ran the family family with his father. Grew wheat, wool, cattle. Moved to Goondiwindi in December 1987 when the family property was sold. Worked as a wool classer in the Goondiwindi district. Grew wheat, wool, cattle. They lived at the family station, * Ulupna, Goondiwindi, Queensland 4390. m 28.12.1963 at Toowoomba, Queensland to Gloria Mary HARPUR (b. 3.9.1940 Brisbane, Queensland). Only child of Noman Matthew HARPUR (b. 8.5.1907 Tamworth, New South Wales d. 4.6.1964 Toowoomba, Queensland) and Bertha HAMILL (b. 29.10.1898 Upper Pilton, Toowoomba, Queensland d. 21.10.1987 Toowoomba, Queensland) 3 children. This photo taken June 1999, the weekend before Bob died shows as follows (dropping the prefix 34751 1 from IDs) Back Row (left to right) Thomas NORTH (sp of -1), Micheal TREHY(sp of -3) holding his son Thomas TREHY (-31), Gloria , Bob. Front (left to right) Anthony (Tony) TELFORD (-2 holding his nephew Matthew NORTH -11), Karen TELFORD (sp of -2) holding her daughter Hannah TELFORD (-21), Rhonda NORTH (-1) holding her son Logan (-12) and Kylie TREHY (-3) holding her daughter Molly (-32). 34751 11 7-Rhonda Maree TELFORD (13.1.1966 Toowoomba, Queensland) Secondary school Teacher. m 24 June 1989 in Goondiwindi, Queensland to Thomas George William NORTH (b. 6.10.1963 Melbourne, Victoria) Farmer/truck driver/woolclasser. Only son of Thomas William NORTH (b. 26.8.1914 Cohuna, Victoria d. 15.4.1997 Cohuna, Victora) and Coral Ruth MEYER (27.6.1928 Port Vincent, South Australia d. 19.11.1989 Cohuna, Victoria). A 2005 photo of their 3 children (L to R) Rachel, Matthew and Logan. - Thanks to Rhonda. *1997-2005: 43 Callandoon St, Goondiwindi, Queensland 4390 - but are to move. *2005 PO Box 882, GOONDIWINDI Qld 4390. 3 children, 34751 111 8-Matthew Robert NORTH (b. 26.10.1996 Goondiwindi, Queensland) 34751 112 8-Logan Thomas NORTH (b. 13.01.1999 Goondiwndi, Queensland) 34751 113 8-Rachel Ruth NORTH (b.03.08.2000 Goondiwindi, Queensland) 34751 12 7-Anthony Robert WHITSON TELFORD (aka Tony) (8.3.1967 Toowoomba, Queensland). Civil Engineer. Worked as shire engineer at McKinlay Shire, Julia Creek, Northern Queensland, then moved to the Bundaberg office of Cardno and Davies. A posting to Port Hedland, Western Australia followed and then to the Maroochydore office in Queensland. . m. 15,2,1997 to Karen Gai IRWIN (b. 9.11.1970 Tamworth, New South Wales). Daughter of Ian William IRWIN and Narelle Edith ZELL of Tamworth. Karen is an audiologist. 4 children: 34751 121 8-Hannah Grace TELFORD (b. 26 April 1998, Mt Isa, Queensland) 34751 122 8-Lauren Rebekah TELFORD (b. 24 March 2000, Bundaberg, Queensland) 34751 123 8-Samuel WHITSON TELFORD (b. 14 June 2002, Port Hedland, Western Australia) 34751 124 8-James Anthony TELFORD (b. 3 March 2004, Buderim, Queensland) 34751 13 7-Kylie Louise TELFORD (23.2.1970 Toowoomba, Queensland). Primary school teacher / receptionist. m. 4.1.1991 at Goondiwindi to Michael John TREHY (b. 19.9.1969 Sydney, New South Wales). Michael is an accountant. Second son of John Thomas TREHY (b. 4.6.1931 Limerick, Ireland) and Barbara Ann BUCKLEY (b. 13.4.1944 Young, New South Wales).) Kylie and Michael are divorced. 2 children, 1stly 34751 131 8-Thomas Jacob TREHY (b. 25.2.1997 Armidale, New South Wales) 34751 132 8-Molly Mae TREHY (b. 27 Jan 1999, Armidale, New South Wales) 34751 2 6-Kenneth WHITSON TELFORD (b. 21.9.1946 Goondiwindi, Queensland) Was branch manager for `Primaries McTaggarts', Dirranbundi, Queensland. Worked as a wool classer, then with the Primac Wool firm. In 1995 joined Ray White Toowoomba selling rural real estate. m 17.4.1970 at Goondiwindi to Gillian Rae ST CLAIR (10.12.1946 Mosman, New South Wales) Daughter of John Wilton Douglas ST CLAIR and Judith Rae GREEN. 2 children, firstly 34751 21 7-Douglas WHITSON TELFORD (b. 18.7.1971 Goondiwindi, Queensland). Manual Arts teacher. m. 11 April 1998 Toowoomba, Queensland to Debra Ellen WEBSTER (b. 18 April 1971 Toowoomba, Queensland) Daughter of Malcolm James Earnest WEBSTER and Joan Margaret THOMSON. 2 children 34751 211 8-Hayden Douglas TELFORD (b. 22 Sept 2001 in Cairns, Queensland) 34751 212 8-Max Douglas TELFORD (b. 20 December 2002 in Cairns, Queensland) 34751 22 7-Alison Rae TELFORD (b. 7.11.1973 Goondiwindi, Queensland) Teacher of Languages Other Than English (major - Japanese). m. 17 April 2001 Brisbane, Queensland to Jason LAW (b. 7 Sept 1968 in Sydney, New South Wales) Son of Ian Robert LAW and Lena Montha SENG. 2 children 34751 221 8- Mackenzie Rae LAW (b. 11 Feb 2002 in Hervey Bay, Queensland) 34751 222 8- Archer Troy LAW (b. 1 Jan 2005 in Nambour, Queensland) 34751 3 6-Arthur Rodney TELFORD (aka Rod) (b. 17.5.1948 Surat,Queensland) Worked as a wool classer around Blackall and Goondiwindi, then lectured in Sheep and Wool at Longreach Pastoral College, Ithaca TAFE in Brisbane and Warwick TAFE. 1991 - 1993 worked on Apprenticeship Board, Brisbane. Now retired. m on 10.8.1966 at Blackball, Queensland to Gloria Isobel BENSON. (b. 29.1.1949 Blackall, Queensland) Daughter of Reginald Oscar GRAHAM and Alice May BENSON. 4 children, firstly 34751 31 7- Michael John TELFORD (b. 28.2.1967 Blackall, Queensland) m. 4.11.1990 at Brisbane to Debra COLLINS 34751 32 7-Cassandra Maree TELFORD (b.13.1.1969 Blackall, Queensland) Hairdresser. m 3 October 1998 at Blackall, Queensland to Julian FRENEY-MILLS. 1 child 34751 321 8-Alice Isobel FRENEY-MILLS (b. 15 Mar 2004 in Melbourne, Victoria) 34751 33 7-Sharon Margaret TELFORD (b. 31.10.1970 Goondiwindi, Queensland) Hairdresser. m. at Brisbane, Queensland 28.9.1996 to John Wayne CLARK. 2 children 34751 331 8- Darcy John CLARK (b. 19 Jan 2000 in Brisbane, Queensland) 34751 332 8-Archie Graham CLARK (b. 18 Mar 2004 in Brisbane, Queensland) 34751 34 7-Sean Rodney TELFORD (b. 31.8.1974 Longreach, Queensland) 1 child 34751 341 8-Jacob Rodney TELFORD (b. 9 Feb 2004 in Brisbane, Queensland) 34752 5- Charles Rutherford TELFORD (aka George)(b. 11.6.1910 Melbourne, Victoria- d 22 May 2000 Tara, Queensland. Buried Moonie Cemetery, Queensland) Was a grazier at "Warrowa", Moonie and an early pioneer of the district. *1998: Warrowa Station, Moonie (was M-S 893), Dalby, Queensland 4406. m 15.11.1946 at Brisbane to Mary WARBURTON (b. 1913 in Penshurst, Victoria d. 26 Feb 19721973 Brisbane, Queensland) Daughter of Thomas Allan WARBURTON and Lucy Maud PEARSON. Ashes spread on "Warrowa", Moonie. No issue. 3476 4-`Kitty' Catherine TELFORD (c1879 Melbourne?- 1895? Melbourne?) Died of consumption. 348 3-Jessie WHITSON bp 13 OCT 1842 South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland ex C195047 1829-1844. d 3.12.1907. Buried with her parents at Symonds St/Grafton. Twin with Mary 347. 1851 with parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. Living at her father's house, Hobson Bridge on 26.11.1868, in Symonds St., 1894-1903. Single. Her will excluded sympathisers with the Prohibition Party. Wise's PO Directory 1892-1907: Symonds St, Auckland. The NOTES under 32 give her as 6th daughter of her parents! You can download her will from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON Jessie - Auckland - Spinster 1908.A transcription by me of her 1912 will & codicil, is at*1907 NZ Jessie WHITSON 1842-1907, near the end of 1. of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/wills.html349 3-Thomas WHITSON (8.7.1844 Leith?,Scotland-8.1.1881 Auckland)FS: bp 22.8.1844 South Leith, Midlothian C195046. Buried with his parents aged 36! 1851 with parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. On 3.1.1871 their daughter Dora 3492 was born at Selwyn Terrace (now Augustus Terrace - the 1st street on left going up Parnell Rise) Parnell. This photo is from https://www.artmountandframingmatters.co.nz/copy-of-template-1?lightbox=dataItem-j75h2f6q Looking south west from Selwyn Terrace (now Augustus Terrace) in Parnell, showing houses in Jermyn St (now Anzac Avenue) and the Auckland Institute and Museum in Princes Street: - Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, 1-W129. The Auckland Electoral Roll for 1874-75 lists him at Selwyn Terrace, Parnell, 25 years old (!) having 1. freehold Albert Brewery, Queen St, 2. household Waterloo Quadrant (dwelling), 3. leasehold Royal George Hotel, Newmarket [kept in 1880's by BC Roberts who had a daughter Lulu), 4. leasehold Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Symonds St. The following notice appeared in 1875 in the newspaper: "Thursday Dec 2 1875. By order of the Auckland Improvement Commissioners. Grant & Morton have been favoured with instructions to lease by public auction at their Mart on the above date at 12 o'clock noon, 99 years leases of magnificent residence sites, Albert Barrack Reserve. (Descriptions of Sections 1 to 6). The Auctioneers would call special attention to this sale which affords the only opportunity to commercial men of securing sites for villa residences within 5 minutes walk of their places of business. All the streets have been thoroughly well formed, metalled, chanelled, sewered, and lit with gas. ... unsurpassed and uninterrupted view of the harbour, North Shore, Hauraki Gulf, Domain, Mt Eden, ..." He and his brother-in-law George JOHNSTONE bought adjacent sites. (For a photo of the Albert Barracks in the 1860's see the reference under 3493 4 below.) In 1877 he had built his home at 27 Princes St. next to that of his sister 222 Elizabeth and her husband George JOHNSTONE in 1877, and later owned by Auckland University. (Their Music Dept ?) Government House in foreground (now party of the university) and 3 houses on Princes St. The one on the left is Number 27, home of 349 Thomas and Lisa WHITSON. The one in the centre is Number 29, home of 222 Elizabeth and George JOHNSTONE. Sketches of it on placemats were available about 1978 as "25 Princes St". Their stables at the rear were converted about 1978 to 2 storey apartments. The NZ Herald 14.8.1878? F article "Alternative Arts' Case Advocated": `The old stables in Princes St should become a venue for alternative arts groups because Auckland has not facilities for experimental artists, the director of the A City Art Gallery, Dr Rodney Wilson, said yesterday .. at a meeting of the art gallery board of management..." In a letter to the editor headed "Stables Future" he advocates the gallery getting control of them rather than the Civic Trust. The Auckland Star or NZ Herald Nov 1980 in its article "Unique Stairway" states "There are no doubt still a few graceful and inviting staircases in many private homes. But one of the finest, at 25A Princes St, was demolished only last year." Wise's Post Office Directory for 1878 lists him in Princes St. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume IX, Issue 2691, 3 December 1878 & New Zealand Herald, Volume XV, Issue 5320, 4 December 1878. LICENSING COURT. .. the following licenses were transfered: .. Thomas Whitson, Crown Hotel, Grey-street, to Isaac Duane. I have a copy of his copperplate will of 19.7.1880: 1) .. to my wife Fanny all the household furniture plate linen china glass books .. also 50P .. 2) to each of my daughters who shall attain the age of 21 or marry under that age 1000P 3) .. my dwelling house on allotments 7 & 18 of subsection 1 of section 13 .. on trust to permit my said wife so long as she shall continue my widow to occupy the same .. 5) .. all the real estate .. and the residue of the personal estate .. to John MACOBRAY & WC WALKER .. upon trust .. 6) .. an annuity of 400 P to my said wife until my youngest child shall attain the age of 21 .. 7) (then) 200P for her life .. 9) (and) for .. my sons .. in equal shares .. 12) I authorise & empress my trustees to continue the business of a brewer carried on by me (up to at most when) my youngest son (is) 21 .. witnessed by RICHMOND solicitor & WR BLOOMFIELD clerk. paperspast - Thames Advertiser, Volume XIV, Issue 3801, 29 January 1881 DEATHS. WHITSON-On January 8, at Princes Street, - Auckland, Mr Thomaa Whitson, of the firm of Whitson and Sons, brewers The Weekly News 15.1.1881 p13: A feeling of sincere regret was experienced in the city on Sat. forenoon when it became known that Mr Thomas WHITSON had died at his residence Princes St that morning. Mr WHITSON was a son of Mr Robert WHITSON and a member of the well known brewing firm of WHITSON & Sons. He was well known & respected in his business relations & by a large circle of personal friends. About 4 months ago the deceased gentleman showed signs of failing health & instructed by his medical advisor to try a change of air, he proceeded to San Francisco where he remained about a month. During his residence in that city he consulted several leading medical gentlemen & then returned home. It was at first thought that his health was improved, but .. he gradually declined in strength & during the last fortnight has been confined to bed. Deceased was formerly an active member of the Licensed Victuallers Assn & that society attended his funeral at 3 o'clock on Monday in a body. He was 35 years of age at the time of his death & leaves a wife & 4 children (2 sons & 2 daughters) to mourn the death of a kind indulgent husband & father. The immediate cause of death was lung & throat disease. Buried with Robert (22), John (221), Louisa (226), .. in the Symonds Street Cemetery. My ancestor Thomas WHITSON in masonic regalia of St Andrew's Masonic Lodge; courtesy of the lodge. A fuller copy of the same photo. Brett S told me that Thomas' + symbol shows he was a warden of the lodge. The Auckland Electoral Roll for 1881 at http:// 0-www.aucklandcity.govt.nz.www.elgar.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/electoral/electoral.html give for WHITSON Thomas: Property Type freehold, Electorate Manukau Residence Auckland, Occupation brewer Notes Manukau Hotel and Buildings; October 1881 John MANSON [3494 11] has his silver Queen's Military Medal. "Thomas WHITSON had been in the Auckland Militia at the right time, and some other website confirmed that [he] had been given the medal. So I assume that it was passed to Robert WHITSON, and eventually down to me. He found this info from 2 sites, 1 being freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ourstuff/MedalRollAN-Z.htm but this does not work for me. However http://shadowgwen.freeyellow.com/nzwarsf.html lists volunteers & militia men in the NZ WARS 1860-1870 who received the New Zealand Medal having been either under fire or attached to Her Majesty's Imperial Forces during the War, including WHITSON Thomas Private Auckland Volunteers. This Thomas has a record at http://archway.archives.govt.nz Maori War Series files [record group] WHITSON, Thomas Army Department [record group] Wgtn. (The only WITHERS there is WITHERS Thos. Sub Inspector Armed Constabulary.) m 11pm, 26.11.1868 at Hobson Bridge, Newmarket, Auckland sp-Fanny (Frances) DEACON (b 24.10.1838 Portsmouth d 21.7.1910 Auckland)."Hobson's Bridge" was the intersection of Khyber Pass Road & Parnell Roadnear the Olympic Swimming Pool: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newmarket,_New_Zealand Fanny arrived Auckland 9.2.1867 on the ENGLAND under Capt FOX, a trip of 112 days from Gravesend, 35km ESE of London having left on 20.10.1866. An 1866 diary by NT MAUNDER of the trip is held by the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington Micro-MS-0367.Here is his diary + later diaries by him. .06 gb. CHECK FOR PERMISSION!Here are a few excerpts.This was one of 6 trips to NZ that the ENGLAND made under charter to Shaw Savill Co. the most famous being 1871-2 to Wellington, half sick amid gales & iceburgs in the S Ocean: 16 passengers died & passengers were quarantined on Somes Island, 2 with smallpox; a Commission of Inquiry was held re the ship's doctor. This ship had previously belonged to the East India Co. & carried convicts to Oz.Fanny has ID (10)522 in DEACON OF PORTSMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE (1796-1838) athttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/deacon/deacon.html [ex www.aucklandlibrary.co.nz to Genealogy to shipping to Ak Passenger arrivals -1886.] St Andrew's Presbyterian Church C1' record (Book 4 No 22): Thomas WHITSON, (brewer) married Fannie DEACON 26.11.1868 at dwelling house of Mr Robert WHITSON,Hobson Bridge, Newmarket. Married by David BRUCE; witnessed by R Jordan MACDONALD, accountant, Auckland & Jessie WHITSON, Hobson Bridge, Auckland. The wedding was recorded in the Auckland Weekly News p8. (Hobson Bridge was near Davis Crescent in Newmarket - John MANSON.) This photo of Fanny WHITSON nee DEACON is in a 2 inch enamel frame - reproduced on p13, Auckland & Waikato Historical Journal, April 1991, No. 58 in the article on her sister Muriel by DA RAE. The photo belonged to Dad then Mum. Who has it now? Their large bible given to them as a wedding present passed to Dad, then Mum & in 2010 to Manu WITHERS: "Presented to Thomas WHITSON Esq as a marriage present from his affectionate friend & well wisher - Auckland 7.11.1868 John Stevenson CURRIE": "The Holy Bible according to the authorised version with the marginal readings & similar rep's printed at length \ and the \ Commentaries of Henry & Scott \ condolence? by the Rev John M Farline, LL D London\ & a \ Compact bibliographical Dictionary by the Rev John Edie DD LLD with a scripture Ftbs? & a set? of Illustrations of [for?] the \Lover of the Bible \ in Chromo-lithography from photo's taken expressly for this work. [ one follows labelled Jerusalem from Scopus] Glasgow,\ William Collins, Queen Printer?". Next? page: "The Pictorial Family Bible ... MDCCCLXIV  ..." There is no Apocrypha. In the centre between Testaments there is a "Family Register" with entries on b,d,m to 1941. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume V, Issue 134, 5 June 1874 & Auckland Star, Volume V, Issue 1353, 11 June 1874 WANTED, a General Servant. - Apply to Mrs Whitson, Grafton Koad. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume V, Issue 1421, 1 September 1874 Wanted, a General Servant for Mrs Thomas Whitson, Waterloo Quadrant. Apply to Mrs Johnstone, Allen Road. paperpast - WANTED, a Nurse Girl, also a General Servant. - Apply to Mrs. Thomas Whitson, Waterloo Quadrant. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume X, Issue 2724, 15 January 1879 WANTED, a Housemaid; references required. Mrs. Whitson, Waterloo Quadrant. WANTED, a Nursemaid; references required.Mrs. T. Whitson, Princes street. paperpast - Auckland Star, Volume x, Issue 2781, 2 April 1879 WANTED, a Nursemaid. - Apply to Mrs Thomas Whitson, Princes-street. NZ Wise's Post Office Directory for 1883/84 lists her in Princes St., then from 1885 to 1888 at The Dene, Onehunga (Whitsondene?), then from 1890 to 1905 at Manukau Road (now Parnell Road), Newmarket or Parnell. paperspast -Evening Post, Volume XXXV, Issue 30, 7 February 1888 & Oamaru Mail, Volume X, Issue 4027, 7 February 1888: ROBBERIES IN AUCKLAND. Auckland, February 6. A numerous succession of robberies has occurred during the past seven or eight days, the work of the thieves being performed in a manner that leaves little doubt that it is the result of efforts of an organised gang. The residences of .., Mrs Whitson (Manukau Road), .. paperspast has this 1910 obituary for her - (click on Text top left to copy & paste): Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 172, 22 July 1910. PERSONAL. Another whose identity with Auckland dates back into the pioneer days, passed away at her late residence, Parnell, yesterday, in the person of Mrs. Fanny Whitson, widow of the late Mr. Thomas Whitson. The deceased lady, who enjoyed good health almost to within 24 hours of her death, the immediate cause being a severe attack of pneumonia, followed by heart failure, was 'born at Portsmouth, England, 64 years ago, and arrived in Auckland 41 years some by the ship "Queen." She married Mr. Thomas Whitson, second son of the late Mr. Robert Whitson, of Auckland, and has resided in this town during the whole period of her residence in New Zealand, first in Princes' street, and later at Parnell. Mrs. Whitson was well known and greatly esteemed for her charitable works, having ever been an active supporter of all benevolent movements, while her personal qualities generally were such as to make her beloved by a wide circle of friends. She is survived by five children, two sons and three daughters - Messrs. Robert 3494 and Harry Whitson 3495 , both of Auckland; Mrs. Fred. Murray 3492, of Parnell; Mrs. E. S. Withers 3493, of Auckland; and Miss Muriel Whitson 3496, at present in London. - Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 172, 22 July 1910. - thanks to Holy Trinity Archivist Sarah PADEY's search at https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers using the words Whitson Parnell. Sarah informed me 6.4.18 that Parnell Borough Council ratebooks show WHITSON 1873-1900. In 1893 she owned 2 properties in Manukau Rd. Street numbers only start 1908. One can look up the properties on an aerial map. AC archives give the owner & occupier. "The other place you may like to contact is the Auckland Council Archives who hold valuation and rating records for Parnell. The link below is to some of the records but they hold more which have not been indexed as yet. http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/CityArchives/FamilyHistory/PRN008/searchparnellratebooks.htm The link below will take you to information about how to contact or visit the archives https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/arts-culture-heritage/heritage/archives/Pages/visit-archives-office.aspx They may be able to provide current street addresses to enable you to physically locate the properties or to view aerial photographs of them via the Council GIS viewer which you can search using street addresses https://geomapspublic.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/viewer/index.html" - Sarah. The Electoral Roll for 1896 lists her residing in Manukau Rd with her daughters Dora & Lisa. She wrote "Mrs James WHITSON (224w) was Governess in my family for many years. I considered her quite capable for all the branches she undertook - Mrs Thomas WHITSON, `Aoora', Parnell." Now in the possession of Jim WRIGHT (2241 4)? Her death certificate records that she died at Cowie Rd, Parnell in 1910 aged 67 of Morbus Jordis of 7 years, & pneumonia (lobar) of 24 hours; medical attendant Wm KINDAR, 43 years in NZ (so she arrived 1866-67), married aged 26, ages of issue living: M 36 33, F 39 37 29. Dora (3492) and Lisa (3493) inherited a house of Fanny's in Tottenham Court Road, London according to spouse of 34935. paperpast - New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIX, Issue 11998, 21 June 1902 PRESENTATION TO BISHOP COWIE. .. Mrs. Whitson, £1. .. As of 2013, Fanny WHITSON nee DEACON is the only WHITSON buried at Purewa Cemetery. Buried in July 1910 (Section 51, Block E issued to M WHITSON). www.purewa.co.nz gives: WHITSON Fanny Age 67, Date of Death 21 Jul 1910 Serial No 4374, Date of Service 22 Jul 1910 Funeral Director Winks & Hall, Chanary Street, City Location Block E 51 Plot 078, Purewa Cemetery. Will 23.11.1908 proved 12.8.1910: she held shares in 9 & 10 Tottenham Court Rd, London. Her dau'rs Dora MURRAY & Elizabeth WITHERS were her executrices. The will was sent me by our cousin Jean HENNAH Jeanhennah"att"aol.com 2002: she is 64271 11 on our DEACON tree above. It may also be downloaded from http://archway.archives.govt.nz 6 children. Fanny WHITSON nee DEACON holding 3494 Robert WHITSON 1874-1946 as a baby c1875 ex John MANSON. 3491 4-Robert WHITSON b 9.9.1869 d 18.1.1870 bur with his father & grfather. 3492 4-Dora (Isobel) WHITSON (3.1.1871 Selwyn Terrace, Auckland) Her birth is at Auckland Star, Volume II, Issue 310, 6 January 1871 - paperspast. 5.12.1901 godmother to Edward Trevor Stroude WITHERS, 1st son of her sister Lisa 3493. 1902 living in Manukau Road (later called Parnell Road). She used the serving spoons of the WHITSON silver for gardening! She also inherited Jesse WHITSON's 5 piece silver hairbrush/mirror/clothes-brush set, a rimu chest of drawers and a walnut writing desk brought out by her father Robert from UK - all now owned by her son Gordon. paperspast - Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XIII, Issue 4666, 20 August 1886 The SS Manapouri (Capt. Logan) arrived from Auckland at 1 p.m. to-day with the following passengers: Misses Whitson, [but 3492 looks too young.] 5.12.1900 a witness at the wedding of her sister Elizabeth `Lisa' WHITSON. m 8.3.1905 at Auckland to Frederick (Steel Miller) MURRAY (20.8.1874-5.8.1952). paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXVI, Issue 76, 30 March 1905 An interesting marriage was celebrated this morning at St. Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, the contracting parties being Miss Dora Whitson and Mr. Fred. Murray. As both the bride and bridegroom are well known a large congregation collected. Miss Whitson is the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Whitson, a grand-daughter of the late Mr. Robert Whitson, who was one of the pioneers of Auckland. Mr. Fred. Murray is probably the best-known man in athletic circles in Auckland. The Rev. Canon MacMurray performed the ceremony, the bride being given away by her brother, Mr. Robert Whitson. Miss Muriel Whitson was bridesmaidj and Mr. J. C. Irans acted as groomsman. After the ceremony the guests assembled at the residence of the bride's mother. Mrs. T. Whitson, where the usual toasts were honoured,, the Rev. Canon MaeMurray, in a very happy speech, proposing the toast of the bride and bridegroom. The presents numbered over 200. A similar article is in NZ Herald, Volume XLII, Issue 12829, 31 March 1905. Fred was a front-row forward/hooker for the NZ Reps (later called the All Blacks) touring Australia in 1893 and 1897. In 1905 he was selected for the All Blacks and was nicknamed "Butcher". (His nephew Jack MURRAY -a dentist and graduate of Otago- was picked for the 1938 All Blacks but due to an injury was unable to play. Jack's son is Phillip MURRAY phillip"att"snookums.co.nz 3.8.2007.) He was a chemist in Parnell, and was invited to stand for Parliament. Earlier he opened the first chemist shop in Rotorua where he pulled teeth and mended broken arms. (His father John Mitchell MURRAY (1838-1910) was MP for Matakana: the Maori put a boom across the bay to stop his entry; he was headmaster c1860 at Hamilton East which he opened; they used to hide when Hone Heke walked thru their property at Matakana; the local Maori wanted to kidnap him as a boy for his fair hair.) (His father's father jumped ship from UK and bought a schooner he used to trade between Russell and Australia.) They lived at Cowie Ave., Parnell, Auckland near the Institute for the Blind. They owned a house at the fare end of Rocky Bay, Waiheke. Lisa WITHERS nee WHITSON and her 5 sons often used to holiday there with the MURRAYs: that is how Wynn WITHERS met his wife who was staying there with her friend Rosie SIMICH. Harry WITHERS brought Governor-General HARDY-BOYS there. GOLDIE the painter was a family friend and his sons used to holiday there also. Gordon's photo-albums have many photos of the WITHERS family, and members of these other families there. The GOLDIEs had a palatial house near Rocky Bay. Gordon built a cottage next to his parents' house there. Access to the beach was down the cliff face. 1 child, 34921 5-Gordon Frederick MURRAY (27.6.1908 Auckland-9.4.2000 Auckland) Attended Parnell School then Auckland Grammar and New Plymouth Boys High. Played cricket and football. In the 1918 flu epidemic he was sent to Jack FRANCIS's at Te Kuiti and given a rifle to killthe rabbits. He was stock & Station Manager for Dalgety's. He adored  Lisa WITHERS nee WHITSON (Aunt Peggy) who treated him as a 6th son. m 28.10.1937 to Rosa (Lockwood) HOOD (7.11.1914 Toowoomba, Queensland). She inherited half of the 3000 acre farm at Darling Downs out of Toowoomba, now owned by her brother and his son. Her father had shoes made for his sheepdogs to keep the bindy-eyes (a prickle) out. * 200 Parker Road, Oratia, Titirangi, Auckland. Phone 09 818 3888. 2 children, firstly 34921 1 6-Scott (Lockwood) MURRAY (15.1.1941 Auckland) Metals Trader. GOLDIE's son "Uncle Tup" was his godfather. He inherited his parents' albums. 2014: 03 572 5089 Blenheim m 20.12.1967 at Auckland to Margaret (Mary) SHANKS (6.12.1935). * 46 Parr Terrace, Castor Bay, Auckland. Phone 09 410 7237. 2 children, firstly 34921 11 7-Hamish Andrew Drummond MURRAY (20.5.1971 Auckland) Westlake Boys High School. IT Consultant. 34921 12 7-Georgina Lockwood MURRAY (27.10.1973 Auckland) Midwife. 34921 2 6-Renton (Filmer) MURRAY (23.8.1944 Auckland) Potter. His pots and fountains sell throughout NZ. His home includes chimney tops he brought back from demolition work in London. 2014 retired from teaching at Auckland Studio Pottery. m 4.7.1975 at Auckland to `Rosie' Rosemary Margaret EWEN (31.3.1947) *2001: 202 Parker Road, RD Oratia, Auckland. Phone 09 818 8483. 2 children. email@example.com 34921 21 7-William Reuben MURRAY (8.3.1977) 34921 22 7-Grizelda Roslyn MURRAY (2.8.1981 St Helen's, Mt Albert) She is a qualified nanny. * 1999: 23A Kensington St, Te Aro, Wellington. 3493 4-Elizabeth (`Lisa' or `Peggy') WHITSON b 27.8.1872 Auckland d 26.4.1936 Auckland at her home at 21-23 Takutai St, Parnell. A hand-coloured photo of Lisa a few years before her death - now held by me.This photo LOST! is of Anna and Ngahuia at her graduation."A Fairy Tale" was written for her 1883, probably by Rev. R McKINNEY, vicar at Mahurangi: Once upon a time there was an old old man & an old old woman - & they lived in a country very very far away east of the sun & south of the earth. And they were very poor as perhaps has to be expected - for the old man made his living by standing up in a great box periodically & telling people their faults. Now as the people paid him for this, or rather paid him for pretending to tell them their faults, it did not on the whole fare very well with him. He sometimes poor silly old man -.. - told them these faults too plainly -especially when he thought they were hypocrites - & the result of it all was that he was poor. One day .. he told his wife `I had better go up to the big city & buy clothes & meal & other things for ourselves & the children.' And the old woman said `Do go for the meal is all done & the children's clothes are getting threadbare & ragged.' Now there was in the country in which these old people lived - which was called the .. of Antipodes - a great big city called the Land of Auck, & to this city the old man went. And he journeyed to it over the sea, & he travelled in a great big ship, which was driven forward by a friendly monster, which as it drove the ship, hissed & roared & snarled & belched forth from its burning lungs huge volumes of thick black smoke. And the souls of the people travelling were terrified, & some of them sickened nigh unto death, went to the .. of the great ship & brought up from their innermost parts the food that they had partaken of, & cast it forth into the yawning deep. But the old man was not sick. At last however the ship arived at the Land of Auck, & the old man went ashore, & he wondered at the great big houses he saw there & at the multitude of people he saw walking as it appeared to him idly about. For in the country he came from nobody walked about. In the mi.. all were busy the live long day, some in ploughing up the land, some in felling the old forest, some in burning & uprooting the stumps of the old trees which had grown on the land for centuries. And the old man envied the lives of the people of the Land of Auck, whose lives, so it seemed to him, were free from care; yet he wondered how they lived. The old man however, went to the town, & as he walked through it he saw many old friends, several of whom instead of greeting him as they used to stared strangely at him. And he wondered what this could mean, & he at first fancied that it was because he was poor; but at last he remembered the true reason. It was because his beard had grown long & grizzly that the poeple knew him not. At length the old man came to a street called the street of the Princes & it was filled with grand palaces as befitted its name. And the old man went up to one of the most beautiful of these palaces, & he rang a bell, & a young maiden, all wreathed in smiles & beautiful to look upon opened the door to him, & ushered him into the presence of the charming princess, who owned the palace. And the princess welcomed him as heartily as though he were the richest man that ever was in all the world, & the little children of the princess .. upon him .. him, & said how glad they were to see him, & asked him why he had not brought with him some of his children. And the poor old man after all his travels & the perils of the deep, felt at home & happy. So he lived in the grand palace for many days, & was feasted on the best, & he went out into the markets, & the great shops, & he bought the clothes for his wife & his children, & he laid in a large store of meal & other things to keep his children from want when the cold winter came. And he spent all his money & more; for some of the things he bought in the grand shops he bought on tick, & he had no money left to buy trinkets for his poor old wife & his dear little children. And he was sorry for this, for they lovved the trinkets well. And he went to bed sad & sorrowful & he .. there are now no fairies & no wishing caps. And it was the beautiful .. of his stay in the Land of Auck. But in the night he fancied he heard the pattering of little feet, & he dreamed that perhaps the days of the fairies had come back again. And in the morning he awoke & found that what he dreamt was no dream. The fairies had been there, & their little feet had pattered, & their little hands had come, laden with the choicest gifts. The room of the palace in which the old man slept was strewed with them. There were silken scarfs for his old wife & for his little children all sorts of the most valued & charming presents. And the old man rose up, & gazed at them, & his heart was glad. And he left the palace that was in the street of the Princes, & he bade farewell to the Princess herself, & her little children, & he returned home, & as soon as he arrived he opened out his fairy treasures. And his old wife & his little children thought they never saw anything so beautiful, & they blessed the fairies & they rejoiced greatly. And there was joy from that day to this in the house of the old man, & it was remarked that when he sood up to speak to the people, in his big lap the hard lines of his old face were loosened, since he spoke softer things than he had been wont to speak for many a day afterwards. ------------------------------------------ This fairytale is mentioned along with "beer baron" Thomas WHITSON on p143,144 of "The past today - historic places in NZ" , editor John WILSON, NZ Historic Places Trust, Pacific Publishers, 1987. Page 141 has a photo of the soldiers at the Albert Barracks in the 1860s. Also known as "The little mater". CHECK - I think this is on the grave of Fanny WHITSON! In the Great Depression, Lisa gave her wedding ring to her son John to sell for food. Their home was always full of visitors. The 5 boys strolling into St Mary's Cathedral on Sundays behind their mother must have created quite an impression. In 1935 she lived at 21 Takutai St, Parnell, Auckland. Obituaries. 30?.4.1936 NZ Herald: WITHERS on April 26 at her residence, 21-23 Takutai St off St Stephens Ave, Parnell. Lisa, widow of the late Edward Stroude WITHERS & dearly loved mother of Trevor, Harry, Maurice, John & Wynn WITHERS. A short service will be held today (Monday) in St Mary's Cathedral Parnell at 11am, following which the funeral will leave the Cathedral for the Crematorium at Waikumete. 28.4.1936 Auckland Star: WITHERS on 26.4.1936 at her residence, 21-23 Takutai St off St Stephens Ave, Parnell. Lisa, widow of the late Edward Stroude WITHERS & dearly loved mother of Trevor, Harry, Maurice, John & Wynn WITHERS. Cremated yesterday (Monday) at Waikumete. [This is at 4128 Great North Rd, Glen Eden 0602; ph 09-818 5615. The main gates are on Great North Rd.] Funeral Director W M MORRISON. Her ashes were in Columbarium niche wall, old row H, Plot 11. But this no longer exists. They are now in the Ash Vault down the path from the Chapel of Faith. There is a plaque on the ground but no names- 19.11.2013 firstname.lastname@example.org on 09 818 5615. http://waitakere.govt.nz/cnlser/cm/cemeterysearch See the maps at http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/cnlser/cm/pdf/cem-page1.pdf http://www.waitakere.govt.nz/cnlser/cm/pdf/cem-page2.pdf tel (09) 818 5615 email@example.com www.waitakere.govt.nz Open 7.30am to 6.00pm/8.00pm (winter/summers. 30.4.1936 Auckland Star: Mrs Lisa WITHERS. The death occurred in Auckland of Mrs Lisa WITHERS who had for many years been widely known in Auckland for her kindly & generous nature. She had for some weeks been convalescing from a serious illness, her death following a sudden & unexpected relapse. Mrs WITHERS was the widow of the late Mr Edward Stroude WITHERS who died in 1922, & is survived by 5 sons, Messrs Trevor, Harry, Maurice, John & Wynn, all of whom reside in Auckland. The funeral was preceded by a service in St Mary's Cathedral Parnell, which was attended by a very large congregation. The 1910 will of her aunt Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) left her P500: "to my neice called "Lesia" [ID 3493] the wife of Edward S WITHERS, formerly a clerk in the Deeds Office, Auckland, & whose present address is Domain Drive, Parnell, Auckland, during her life; & from & after her decease to divide the said sum of P500 sterling, together with all accumulations of income (if any) in equal shares among all her children then living;" so each of her 5 sons would have received at least P100 when Lisa died in 1936. Another Peggy WHITSON has spent more time in space than any other US astronaut. She is now in charge of NASA's International Space Station. - Dom Post B4 12.4.2017. m 5.12.1900 St Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, Auckland to Edward (Stroude) WITHERS b 11.11.1871 Bath, England d 29.11.1922 Auckland.The L of their marriage certificate held by St Mary's archives:The R of their marriage certificate held by St Mary's archives:Edward Stroude WITHERS, civil servant, 29 & Elizabeth WHITSON, 28; witnesses PC GOULD clerk, Awatapu & Dora I WHITSON, Parnell [her sister ID 3492]; by George MACMURRAY. Here is their wedding photo. paperspast - New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11548, 6 December 1900 A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, yesterday afternoon, the contracting parties being Mr. E. Stroude WITHERS, eldest son of Mr. E. WITHERS, of Wanganui, and Miss "Lisa" WHITSON, second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas WHITSON (Auckland) and granddaughter of the late Mr. Robert WHITSON. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. George MacMurray, and the bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Robert Whitson, was attired in a handsome gown of white lace over satin, with a veil of old Limerick lace, and bore in her hand a choice spray bouquet of waterlilies, with streamers of white satin ribbon attached. Misses Dora and Muriel Whitson, sisters of the bride, were the bridesmaids, and wore white liberty silk dresses, trimmed with chiffon, and surmounted by delicate chiffon hats. Mr. P. C. Gould acted as best man. A large amount of interest was centred in the wedding, the church being filled with guests and others, while to the surprise and delight of the contracting parties, it was found that the interior of the building had been most tastefully decorated with white flowers, a large marriage bell of white blooms being suspended from the artistically-arranged archway; the decorations being a tribute of respect to the bride by her many lady friends. The ceremony over the bridal party returned to the residence of the bride's mother, and here a large number of guests were entertained. The presents were both costly and numerous, and included a handsome combination case of silver fruit and fish knives, the gift of the Misses Whitson, sisters of the late Mr. Thomas Whitson. At a later stage the newly-wedded couple left by steamer for their honeymoon trip. Death certificate: Edward Stroude WITHERS deeds searcher died 29.11.1922 at Queen St,Auckland from 5 Takutai St,Parnell of myocardial degeneration c3 months & heart failure 2 hours, seen same day by medical attendant RJ INGLIS; son of Edward WITHERS flourmiller and Agnes Mary nee NEWTON; buried 30.11.1922 at Purewa by P JAMES Anglican; born in Bath,England; 38 years in NZ; married in Auckland aged 29 to Elizabeth nee WHITSON now 50; leaves issue M aged 21 18 16 12 8; JN WINKS? undertaker Auckland. He attended a school for young gentlemen in Bath. He came to NZ with his parents & 5 sibs in 1884 on the ship "the RUAPEHU". He was a deed searcher and lawyer, frequently visiting the Maori Land Court in Thames, receiving greenstone, clubs, spears and sacks of kumara as payment. He spoke Maori fluently & knew Princess Te Puea. A good artist. He had a token collection. He lived with his family at 5 Takutai St, Parnell, Auckland. (1902-12 Domain Drive, Parnell; 1917 44 Gladstone Rd, Parnell.) Office at 154 Queen St. 1917-22. 1922 at 2 (21?) Takutai St, Parnell. Their marriage is in the Weekly News Supplement for 14.12.1900 p9.He has ID 38428 152 in the NZ branch of our WITHERS tree athttp://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/withersnz/withersnz.html SEE THERE FOR THEIR 5 CHILDREN 38428 1525(1-5) AND DESCENDANTS (including myself.) 3494 4-Robert WHITSON b 3.5.1874 Auckland d 20.3.1946 at 71, cremated 21.3 & bur Waikumete cem, Auckland, of 17 Norana Rd, Remuera, engineer. 1891 15 P?enham Rd, Blackheath, Lee, London with his mother's brother: William L DEACON Head M 44 1847 Portsmouth, Hants Govnt Clerk Somerset House Jane E DEACON Wife M 40 1851 Lee, Kent Edith J DEACON Daur S 17 1874 Lee, Kent ID (10)5271 of deacon.html Henry B DEACON Son 5 1886 Lee, Kent ID (10)5273 of deacon.html Robert WHITSON Neph S 16 1875 Auckland, New Zealand Articled pupil to engineer ID (10)5225 of deacon.html = 3494 of whitson.html Kate HOWARD Servt 29 The above IDs are for my site http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/deacon/deacon.html The Electoral Roll for 1896 lists him as an engineer in Parnell. Wise's Post Office Directory gives: 1900 an engineer at Manukau Road; 1902 at One Tree Hill; 1903-7 (Ryan & Co. Ltd) Manukau Rd; 1908 engineer residence Gladstone Rd Parnell; 1912 WHITSON & Co., Robt., engineers and machinery merchants,286 Cumberland St, Dunedin; 1917 consulting engineer, 14 Oban St, Roslyn,Dunedin; 1922 manager Riley & Co., 6 Lmstr Rd,Fendalton,Christchurch; 1923 Christchurch; 1924 Wellington; 1927,1935,1940 as engineer at 13 Norana Av, Remuera,Auckland. He joined St. Andrews Masonic Lodge, 5.9.1904. Manager at Christchurch in 1922, when he bought a property at Waitoa Rd, Wellington with a mortage from his brother 3495 & his wife; (Wellington Land Registry record). According to 34935 he & his brother Harry formed an engineering company that was destroyed by fire without insurance; in 1921-25 he lived in St Stephen's Avenue, opposite Parnell Road (on upper R corner of the street below Takutai St); he and his daughter Doris moved to Christchurch then back to Auckland where he managed A & T Burt Ltd. Lands Registry volume 41 (Wills-Woolven): 1922 T148571 Pt L10 DP 1621 Wellington 242/175. Robert WHITSON 1874-1946 as a baby c1875 with his mother Fanny ex John MANSON. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 230, 26 September 1907 MOTOR V. TRAM. .. sued the Auckland .. for £39 17/9, amount of repairs to his motor car, and £100 as depreciation on the-value of "the car as the result of being run down by a tram car on the Parnell Rise .. Continuing his evidence, Robert WHITSON expressed the opinion that, under any circumstances, be would bave held to the proper side of the road .. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume LXXI, Issue 283, 28 November 1940 ANSWER THE CALL! AUCKLAND'S HOME GUARD, FORTHCOMING PUBLIC MEETINGS In furtherance of the organisation of Auckland's Home Guard, Public Meetings will be held .. REMUERA LIBRARY .. Chairman: Mr. Robert Whitson. Let me know if you download these records from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON Robert - Auckland - Engineer 1946 his will WHITSON Margaret Mary - Auckland - Widow 1948 his wife's will Originating Summonses John William LEECE, deceased, Ngaheia Bay of Islands - his estate; Plaintiff: Edwin LEECE, Auckland, Engineer; Defendants: Margaret LEECE, Auckland; Annie HAYWARD, wife of Arthur Kenrick, Opotiki; May WHITSON wife of Robert, Auckland; Maude Jane RAWSON, wife of William Bright H, Auckland 1903 m 4.2.1901 at St. Mary's Cathedral, Auckland sp-"May" Margaret Mary LEECE b 1874 d 3.9.1948 at 74, crem 4.9 & buried Waikumete cem, Auckland; of 100 Patteson Ave, Mission Bay, Auckland, Home Duties. Daughter of Mrs John W LEECE (newspaper cutting of the wedding). paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXII, Issue 29, 4 February 1901 A quiet but very pretty wedding- was celebrated this morning- (Monday) at St. Mary's, Parnell, the contracting parties being- Mr Robert Whitson and Miss May Leece, both of Parnell. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr Young. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Maxid Leece, and was given away by her brother, while Mr J. Z. Bail acted as best man. After the ceremony the guests assembled at Mrs Leece's, Balfour Road, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. After the usual toasts the bride and bridegroom departed for Rotorua where they will spend their honeymoon. The presents were both numerous and costly. paperspast - New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 11569, 5 February 1901 WEDDINGS. A QUIET but very pretty wedding was celebrated yesterday morning (Monday), at St. Mary's," Parnell, the contracting parties being Mr. Robert Whitson and Miss May Leece, both of Parnell. The ceremony was performed bv the Rev. T. 0. Young. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Maud Xeece, and was given away by her brother, Mr. E. lieece, while .Mr. J. T. Hall acted us best man. After the ceremony the quests assembled at Mrs. Leece s, Balfour Road, where the wedding breakfast was par- | taken of, and the health of the bride and bridegroom, proposed by Mr. J. Mowbray, was drunk. The presents, which were both numerous and costly, were much admired. At Cambridge West on Tuesday last (writes our correspondent). New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 11585, 25 February 1901 ex paperspast record their marriage by Rev FW Young: Robert, eldest son of the late Thomas Whitson of Auckland to May 2nd d'r of the late John William Leece, late of Hothersak Manor, Lancashire. Her family is from Liverpool & near Ribchester in Lancashire. 1 child. 11.1.2014 Tony WARD tonyward"att"bigpond.net.au writes: May's father, John William, brought his family to New Zealand in the early 1880s. John William's older sister, Elizabeth Jane LEECE, was my great great grandmother. I have a lot of details on the LEECE family in my family tree on Ancestry.com (under Ward_Tony). May & Robert were witnesses to the wedding of Maud LEECE to William Harold BRIGHT RAWSON at St Mary's Cathedral on 7.7.1902 -Lesley. After Robert died May lived with Doris & Jack in Meadowbank, Auckland. This magasine cutting shows photos of Robert & May - thanks to John MANSON. May & Robert with Doris (in her christening gown??) - thanks to John MANSON. Another of them in their Oldsmobile, perhaps one of the first half-dozen cars in Auckland. - Thanks to John MANSON. This appears to be the 1903 model. An advt for the Oldsmobile - thanks to John MANSON. Robert was working at Ryan and Co (the sole agents for Oldsmobiles in NZ, according to the advert) from 1903 -1907. May's brother George LEECE in army uniform is from John MANSON. George died in the Boer War. The Boer War site http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/SAW/Database.htm gives Reg No: 2331 Surname: LEECE GivenNames: G Contingent: fifth Unit: no 11 company (Auckland section) Ship: MAORI 31 March 1900 Rank: corporal Occupation: surveyor Next of Kin: LEECE Mr E Relationship to Soldier: Next of Kin Address: same County/City: Auckland paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 173, 23 July 1900 SEVERE FIGHTING IN TRANSVAAL. NEW ZEALANDERS IN A CORNER. MANY MISSING. DE WET'S FOKCES BEATEN NEAR LINDLEY. LONDON, July 21. General Pok-Carew fought a stiff action at Rietvlei, 20 miles southeast of Johannesburg. The Boers had Creusot guns and pom-poms, & outflanked a party of New Zealanders on the right, capturing .. WHITSON, .. .. the following casualties among mounted infantry at Reitvlei on July 16: .. H.T. WHITSON (Hawke's Bay), .. Trooper H. T. WHITSON, who enrolled as a member of the Third Contingent, at Hawke's Bay. is an Auckland lad, son of the late Thomas WHITSON. His mother resides in Parnell. He was a runholder in the Hawke's Bay district prior to joining the contingent. .. A similar article is BATTLE AT RIETVLEI. New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11431, 23 July 1900. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 217, 12 September 1900 RETURNING INVALIDS. TROOPER WHITSON RELEASED. Mrs Whitson of Parnell has received a cable from her son Trooper H Whitson of the NZ Regiment with General Carrington stating that he has been released by the Boers & is in good health. Trooper Whitson was captured some little time back. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 126, 29 May 1901 RETURNED TROOPERS. WELCOME TO CORPORAL WHITSON Last evening a conversazione was held in St Mary's Parish Hall, Parnell as a 'welcome home' to Corp'l Whitson who recently returned from the war in South Africa. The Vicar (the Rev Geo. MacMurray) presided & there was a large attendance of parishioners of St Mary's & their friends. Mr MacMurray warmly welcomed Corp'l Whitson back on behalf of the parishioners of St Mary's. He spoke of the part played by NZers in the SA War & said that the members of the congregation were proud of the fact that one of their number had served in the campaign, & were very pleased to have him in their midst again. ... an excellent musical programme was provided by Mesdames Coates, Fleming, Babe, Bennett, Goss, Sealy & Parkes. Misses May White, Youge & WITHERS & Messrs Fleming, F Lloyd & others. 34941 5-Doris May WHITSON (4.4.1902 Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand-1971) paperspast -New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIX, Issue 11931, 4 April 1902 On March 25 at "Oak Cottage " Wellington Rd, Epsom, the wife of Robert Whitson of a daughter. Doris aged about 3 with her father Robert - from John MANSON. Doris aged 20-25 on the porch. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume LVIII, Issue 181, 3 August 1927 THE SOCIAL ROUND Miss Doris Whitson, of Auckland, is visiting Wellington. m1 1931 sp-Nigel Ernest WILLIAMS d 1933 m2 1835 Auckland sp-Jack MANSON (- 1972) 1 child, His 2nd wife was Rena BRODIE b1914; 2008 alive in Remuera, Auckland - ex LA. For a huge number (2 mgbytes) of MANSON of Caithness, Scotland see http://www.cursiter.com/Manson.txt 34941 1 6-John MANSON (13.12.1938 Auckland d .3.2009 Scotland) He came over to the UK in 1962 then read Animal Physiology at Oriel College, Oxford. Completed a doctorate in neurophysiology in 1967. Held research and teaching posts in Sweden and Edinburgh. Divorced in 1991. "A long period of illness interrupted, and eventually terminated my academic career. What was effectively an early retirement was enlivened and enriched by some years of teaching the children at home so that their musical talents could be properly developed at International Cello Centre in the Scottish Borders; I live in Greenlaw in the Borders with a large white dog [Jess], on the banks of the River Blackadder." John & dog Jess taken c2003. m 1964 Oxford sp-Damaris BARRATT 34941 11 7-Catherine Ruth MANSON (1969 Edinburgh) Professional violinist. Catherine has a solo concert career and is well known as a chamber musician both in UK and in the US. She leads the London Haydn Quartet, and is the violinist of the London Beethoven Trio. She now leads the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra -2007. m 1996 sp-Ralf EHLERS, a viola player They live in Hertfordshire. 34941 12 7-Jonathan Niall MANSON (1972 Edinburgh) Professional cellist/viol player. He is the principal cellist of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, and a founder member of the viol consort Phantasm, who have had some considerable concert and recording success in recent years. 2013 j.manson"att"mac.com m sp-Frances She grew up in Pangbourne near where they live in 2013. 3495 4-`Harry' (Henry Thomas) WHITSON b 22.5.1877 Auckland d 4.7.1954 at 76; crem & bur 6.7 Waikumete cem., Auckland; marine engineer of 10 Alexander St, Devonport. Served in the Boer War in 1901: I  had his medal with bars for serving in battles at Diamond Hill, Johannesburg, Orange Free State, & Cape Colony - stolen & reported to the police. 29.1.1904 godfather to Harry Stroude WITHERS, 2nd son of his sister Lisa WITHERS . Wise's PO Directories: 1903-4 farmer at Mauku; 1912 WHITSON & Co, HT (late AW Ryan & Co) machinery importers, motor & mechanical engineers etc, 50 Custom St West,Auckland. Cable & telegraphic address: Veronica, Auckland; codes Western Union & ABC, 5th edition; 1912 electrical engineer at Bell Rd, Remuera; 1922 engineer at 10 Rata Rd, Devonport. The Electoral Roll for 1896 lists him. Lands Registry volume 41 (Wills-Woolven): 1922 M141549(5) Pt L10 DP 1621 Wellington 242/175; 1925 A18704 M141549 242/175 In 1916 he was an engineer living at St. Georges Bay Road, Auckland. The Boer War site http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/Gallery/SAW/Database.htm gives Reg No: 857 Surname: WHITSON GivenNames: H T Contingent: third Unit: No 6 company Ship: KNIGHT TEMPAR 17 February 1900 Rank: private Occupation: shepherd Next of Kin: WHITSON Mrs Mary Relationship to Soldier: mother Next of Kin Address: Parnell Auckland County/City: Hawkes Bay. Archives NZ, www.archway.archives.govt.nz gives: 857 Corporal WHITSON, Harry Thomas; 3rd Contingent, 6 Company; shepherd; Hawkes Bay; next of kin Mary WHITSON, mother, Parnell, Auckland; d 4.7.1954; Waikumete Cem. cremated. Death cert. 2594; Joh:DH:CC:OFS:SAO1; prisoner of war Rietvlei 16.7.1900. His South Africa number is 857. His WW1 number is 91999. Rough Riders at War, by R STOWERS 2011 gives similar info as well as this: married Lilian Mary, 8 Rata Road, Devonport. Auckland Museum Cenotaph Database. The Onward Project of 4 volumes & 25,000 photos of PJ BEATTIE & MJ POMERY give his photo on p453. This info is courtesy of Kylie & Shane ABERCROMBIE, Trade in Military Ltd at 553 Mt Albert Rd, Royal Oak 027 622 0923, Facebook Tradein Military, Trade Me tradeinmilitary, firstname.lastname@example.org I heartily recommend a visit to their fascinating shop. It may be possible to buy a copy (but not reproduce it) at https://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/6294191 or at https://ww100.govt.nz/onward-portraits-of-the-new-zealand-expeditionary-force A beneficiary of the will of his aunt Louisa WHITSON, ID 34(10) below. Harry & c18 of the 3rd contingent were captured 16.7.1900 at Rietvlei. Taken to Pretoria in August until Pretoria was capture a month later. - Thanks to Phil BEATTY nzmr"att"slingshot.co.nz paperspast - Manawatu Standard, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 6755, 23 July 1900 MISSING NEW ZEALANDERS. .. H. T. Whitson, third contingent, Parnell, Auckland.The Online Cenotaph at Auckland Museum gives this link to Harry Thomas WHITSON Service number 857/91999.http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C127271?n=harry%20whitson&ordinal=0&from=%2Fwar-memorial%2Fonline-cenotaph%2Fsearch But no photo. I'm pretty sure Harry did not fight in WW1 so won't be in this WW1 photo of Kiwis from Mum's collection: LHS RHS Let me know if you download the following files on him from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON, Harry Thomas - SA857, WWI 91999 Army 1899 1918 NZ Defence Force, Personnel Archives Wgtn Army: WHITING, N - WHITSON [use copy MICRO 9884]1899-1946 NZ Defence Force, Personnel Archives Wgtn Army: WHITSON, T - WHITTINGHAM [use copy MICRO 9885]1899-1946 NZ Defence Force WHITSON Harry Thomas - Auckland - Engineer 1954 (his will) m 27.12.1905 at Auckland sp-Lillian Mary ROBERTS d 21.12.1941 at 63; crem & bur 22.12 Waikumete cem., Auckland; of 10 Alexander St, Devonport; Domestic Duties. 1 child, 34951 5-Eric Guy WHITSON b 28.7.1912 Auckland d 2.11.1950 at 37 crem. 4.11 bur Waikumete cem, Auckland; of 10 Alexander St, Devonport; railway employee. m at Auckland sp-? d by 1950. No issue. 3496 4-Muriel WHITSON (7.5.1881,Auckland-15.2.1969 Auckland) Born 4 months after her father Thomas died. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXI, Issue 309, 19 December 1890 MISSES ROGERS SCHOOL. Pianoforte solos were contributed by Misses .. Whitson. paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 262, 14 November 1901 & New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 11813, 16 November 1901 ST. MARY'S FOREST FAIR. THE Forest Fair in Parish Hall, Parnell, was continued yesterday, and was largely attended, splendid business being reported at the various stalls and side shows. .. The personnel of wax figures was as follows: .. Miss Muriel Whitson (the giant's wife)... paperspast - Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 284, 10&11 December 1901: Miss gerly Campion will sing a coon song 'Ma Honey Lub' written & composed by Miss Muriel Whitson of Parnell. The song is highly thought of by all who have heard it. Muriel did the `Grand Tour' of Europe. She played the piano at the silent movies. Mum has her photo album from c1900. Here is a poem of hers: GOD KNOWS And I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year:- "Give me a light that I may safely tread into the unknown." And he replied "Go out into the darkness & put your hand into the Hand of God. That shal be to you better than light & safer than a known way." So I went forth, & finding the hand of God, trod gladly into the night. And He led me toward the hills & into the breaking of the day in the east. So heart be still, What need our little life Our human life to know If God hath comprehension? In all the dizzy strife Of things both high & low God hideth His intention. God knows. His will Is best. The stretch of years Which wind ahead, so dim To our imperfect vision Are clear to God. Our fears Are premature. In Him All time hath full provision. Then rest: until God moves to lift the veil from our impatient eyes When, as the sweeter features Of Life's stern face we hail, Far beyond all surmise God's thought around His creatures Our mind shall fill. The following is extracted from the article on her in the Auckland Waikato Historical Journal, No. 58 April 1991, p12-16 . "Muriel COLLINS nee WHITSON 1881 to 1869" by DA RAE. `Robert WHITSON, the founder of the brewing business that bore his name, had arrived in NZ in 1857 & after farming near Warkworth for 4 years, came to Auckland to resume his previous occupation as a brewer at Hobson's Bridge, Newmarket. ... The ... subject of this memoir is the marriage of Robert's son Thomas (by then also in the family business) to Fannie DEACON in 1868 & the marriage of Robert's daughter Elizabeth to George JOHNSTONE in 1865. Both of these families were to build houses in Princes St next to each other - the Thomas WHITSONs at no 27 & the George JOHNSTONEs at no 29. The house at no 29, well maintained, still stands as "Hamurana" & is leased by the Civic Trust. Less fortunate, no 27 was in 1934 moved sideways & forward to a few feet from the Princes St footpath to become no 25a, shorn of its verandahs, to make way for the present no 27. Unhappily as no 25a the house was demolished ... In building in Princes St both Thomas WHITSON & George JOHNSTONE (also now in the family brewing business) were taking their place among the most prominent and wealthy citizens of Auckland & all must have seemed set fair for an even more prosperous future. But tragedy seemed to stalk the WHITSON family. Old Robert lived to see 2 of his sons die prematurely - John had died of pneumonia at 37 in 1875, while Thomas had only 4 years in his Princes St mansion & died in Jan. 1881 at the age of 35. After Robert himself died in 1883, his son-in-law George JOHNSTONE, having earlier left the business & left Auckland, died in Gisborne in 1886, apparently by his own hand, at the age of 47. 30 years later, the strong prohibitionist lobby within the Presbyterian Church would have seen all this as divine retribution - the nemesis due to the "booze barons". But social attitudes hadn't reached that point during the lifetime of Robert WHITSON, who remained a respected elder of St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Symonds St & a valued personal friend of its minister. One of his last acts was to lay the foundation stone for the ornate church tower & spire in 1882. (See under 34161 1 concerning the engraved silver trowel and mallet he used for this. The portico and tower were designed by Matthew HENDERSON and the stone nave - built in 1847 - by Walter ROBERTSON.) At his funeral from St Andrew's in 1883 - "the procession of carriages extended nearly half a mile & showed the esteem & respect in which the deceased was held." The brewing business was sold in 1885 to Louis EHRENFRIED & the WHITSON name disppeared from the Auckland commerical scene, surviving only now in Whitson Terrace, off Howe Street in Newton. At the time of Thomas WHITSON's death, his widow was left with 4 children & was pregnant again. 4 months after Thomas' death Muriel WHITSON was born in the Princes St house. This posthumous child, in her late years, became our weekend neighbour when my wife & I moved into our first home in Goodall St, Hillsborough in 1946 & contributed greatly to the interest & entertainment of our family in the years that followed. I think that she was drawn to Hillsborough by the recollection of children's parties she had attended at the COLEMAN country estate - later so unsuitably used as the Hillsborough cemetery. The COLEMANs - William & his wife Rika (nee MYERS) had their townhouse "Lynton Villa" in Princes St but did a good deal of their entertaining in Hilsborough. The WHITSON & COLEMAN households would have been well known to each other & Muriel had many visits to the (then) country house even though the COLEMAN's daughter, Ruby Ehrenfriend COLEMAN was 10 years younger than she was. In our time at Hillsborough she was renting a small cottage across the street from us & would arrive there most weekend from "Rockwood" in Mountain Road, Epsom, where she spent the rest of the week. (Rockwood later became Epsom Girls Grammar hostel.) Her story, as she related it, was that she had been brought up in the expectation of wealth - an expectation that had been amply fulfilled up to the time that she was a young woman. The Princes St house had been sold in 1884 & Fannie WHITSON & her children moved to Parnell, so that Muriel spent most of her young life there. By the time that she became the only unmarried member of the family left at home, Muriel & her mother did a good deal of travelling .... On one of these trips they were staying at the Wentworth Hotel in Sydney at the same time as Sir Ernest SHACKLETON with whom she had a mild flirtation - (a wonderfully handsome man from her account). To evade the mother's chaperonage, the only way that they could be alone was in the left, in which they went blissfully up & down while Mrs WHITSON was frantically running up & down the stairs saying - "Has anyone seen Muriel!" She was in London in 1914 where she allegedly attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She had many tales of her contemporaries in London such as Elizabeth ASQUITH & Lady Diana MANNERS. The outbreak of WW1 put an end to her aspirations as an actress. I don't know how much time (if any) that she spent on the stage, but I can vouch for the fact that she never stopped acting off it! She saw the war out as a driver in England - Winston CHURCHILL being one of those she drove during that period. Back in NZ after the war at the age of 37, she found the family fortune dissipated & was faced with the need to earn her own living for the first time in her life. She had some talent as a pianist, but it was not marketable as it stood, so she took lessons from Maurice GUTTERIDGE, then the musical director for the Regent Theatre. (Those who remember the days of the days of the silent films will know that the main Queen St theatres had full theatre orchestras.) GUTTERIDGE took her in hand & she had here lessons actually in the theatre in the mornings when the cleaners were in. He told her that, the day that he ould feel that she had "got rhythm", he would vault over the brass rail behind the piano & dance up the theatre aisle with one of the charwomen. To her astonishment this is exactly what happened as she was playing away one morning at the Regent - & from then on she was launched as a pianist in suburban theatres to accompany the silent films. She had a great fund of anecdotes about those days - about how much sheet music she had to buy to keep up with the lates "hits" & how easy it was to heve her attention stray, & even to nod off during these great playing marathons. She related to me how one of her colleagues playing during a Cecil B. de Mille epic had such a lapse. The film was to include an episode of Christ walking on the water, but as no actual representation of Jesus Christ was permitted on the screen, all tha appeared were the 2 feet alone on a long wave breaking on the shore. The tired pianist whose attention had been drifting, suddenly became aware that a change was indicated - looked up at the screen to see a wave breaking & burst out into "A life on the ocean wave, a home on the rolling deep!" Possibly through this theatrical connection Muriel met & married a dance band leader called "Tux" COLLINS - presumably quite a bit younger than herself. Dance bands & domesticity don't often mix & she would sometimes find notes in his pockets from girl fans along the lines of "Why did you marry that old hag when you could have had me!" From all accounts the marriage had a fairly rocky road, "Tux" tending to alcoholism among many other problems. Muriel had visited an old school friend in Moutain Rd from time to time & when "Tux" was drying out in the Mater Hospital at one time, she took advantage of her friend's hospitality to stay near him. This friend was Mrs Donald MacCORMICK who as Margaret RICHMOND had been a fellow pupil with Muriel at the Misses BEWS' Mt Eden Collegiate School - the forerunner of the present St Cuthbert's College. She was now living in the old RICHMOND home "Rockwood" with her sister Miss Beryl RICHMOND. (Historic "Rockwood" in Mountain Rd was built by William AITKEN & figures prominently in Alfred SHARPE's early water colour "The environs of Auckland" in the Auckland City Art Gallery. William AITKEN left the property to his brother's widow whose daughtter Jeannie married John RICHMOND in 1878. Miss Beryl RICHMOND, as the oldest daughter of John & Jeannie RICHMOND, inherited the home on her parents' deaths.) When "Tux" eventually left Muriel, the timing would have roughly coincided with the advent of talking pictures & the consequent redundancy of the big theatre orchestras as well as the humble solo pianists in the suburbs. She must have had a real financial problem & Mrs MacCORMICK came to her rescue saying "You might as well come here where you will at least have a roof over your head." This arrangement, intended to be temporary, turned out to be permanent & Muriel spent the rest of her life at "Rockwood" up to the time she went into Selwyn Village for her last years. "Tux" was packed off to England to her own family to see if they could do anything for him, but he committed suicide on the ship on the way to the UK - according to Muriel's account. Muriel, now a widow, settled into the rambling old house with the sisters & commuted to the rented cottage at Hillsborough on weekends where I got to know her. My first recollection of her was seeing her walking down the steep hill clutching a large parcel of meat to give to a red setter dog whose owners, she considered, were not feeding it properly yet looking so thin herself that one felt that she, and not the dog, should eat the meat. At the time she was living in the house at "Rockwood", but later moved into a room in the old stbles. This stable bloack is now no 1 Rockwood Place, the road that wa formed when the land was subdivided & the old house moved to its present position & reduced in size. The room that Muriel lived lived in is exactly as she left it & the main stable block has had minimal alteration to make it habitable by Mrs MacCORMICK's daughter, Mrs Jean CHEAL & her husband who live there now. A case should be made for its isting by the Historic Places Trust before someone restores it out of all recognition! Before the land ws subdivided, the grounds had become considerably overgrown & Muriel tol me that she was coming home in a taxi, entering the long lower drive opposite the Grammar School main building when a rabbit jumped out into the car headlights. "Look a bunny!" she called out. To this the taxi driver replied - "I wouldn't be surprised to see lions & tigers in this bloody jungle!" I find it hard to convey the delight we had in her company & the way that she dramatised everything that happened to her - never letting the facts get in the way of a good story. A couple of examples may just give a hint of her entertainent value for our young family. On one Sunday morning when she was staying in the Hillsborough cottage she was standing on a stool to adjust a light fitting clad only in her petticoat. Ther was a knock at the door & thinking that it was just a woman friend from down the road she called out "Come in." - The door opened to reveal 2 soberly dressed men on the doorstep, patently Jehovah's Witnesses or of some similar fringe religion. One look at the lightly clothed figure & the older man sent the younger away before he could be contaminated & started to present his message. Muriel, believing that attack to be the best form of defence, said "But I want to tell you about my religion too! - I am a Calithumpian & a URINEitarian & nudism is an important part of our religious observance. As a matter of fact, I was just about to strip off when you knocked!" Precipitate departure of the caller! Again, reverting to her time in London, she spoke of the cosmetic surgeon who was reputed at that time to have said - "I am sorry, Lady Mary, but this must definitely be the last face lift. your breasts are now exactly under your armpits." But it really impossible to convey on paper the full flavour of her spokenwords. The rented cottage at Hillsborough had eventually to be vacated as the owners wanted to pull it down & build on the site. The loss of this weekend retreat hastened her decsion to move into Selwyn Village where full care would be available if needed in her last years. I find it hard to believe that she really regretted the move though she said to me "We might as well be out in the middle of the Sahara for getting visitors to come out here!" Visitors or no, the large population of the Selwyn complex must have been a bonus for her with so many new people to try out her old stories on & to be entertained with her fluent piano playing of the "hit" songs of their younger days. My last recollection of Muriel was when I went as accompanist to a choral group giving a concert in the large converted room with its beautiful outlook on the top floor of the Lichfield Building at Selwyn Village. There was a big turnout of the villagers & after the performance Muriel took me round to her many friends saying to each "This is Don RAE - I gave him his first bath!" Seeing that I was an adult in my late 20's before I even set eyes on Muriel that bath must have been very badly needed! That remark alas must also cast a good deal of doubt on the exact accuracy of many of her other anecdotes. Never mind - we all enjoyed the flow of stories is while they lasted & we know that she kept her wits about her up to the time of her death on 15.2.1969 at the age of 87. Her sharp wit never deserted her & the memory of it remains as fresh as ever with those who shared it.' m at Auckland? sp-"Tux" Tucker COLLINS. Separated. No children. 34(10) 3-Louisa Janet McNair WHITSON bp 24.7.1846 South Leith, Midlothian d 19.3.1916 Auckland. Buried with her parents. "Youngest daughter". 1851 with parents. 1857 to NZ with parents. 1912 at Manukau Road (now Parnell Road). Single. 22215 has her will. Her niece Sarah 3214 was furious with her Aunt Lou who `enjoyed ill health' and let Jessie (224) wait on her hand and foot. When her devoted nurse died, Lou got up from her bed and went for a trip around the world taking Robert TELFORD (2234) with her as a private doctor. Her will is available at http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON, Louisa 1916 Wellington High Court WgtnFor a transcription by me of her 1912 will & codicil,see *1912 NZ Louisa WHITSON 1846-1916, near the end of 1. of http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/ wills.html 35 2-Anne WHITSON b 22.1.1808 bp 28.1.1808 Athelstaneford, East Lothian to Thomas WHITSON & Mary SHEARS ex CNN, MS, FS. ?m 05 OCT 1845 Haddington, East Lothian M117099 sp-William WILSON 351 3-William WILSON bp 13 MAR 1858 Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian C116851 1855-62. (1871 London has a WW 1858 Edinburgh Apprentice bootbinder - not ours as with gr'mother Margaret HENDERSON 56; he appears 1881-91 London as a Bookbinder & possibly 1901 in Edinburgh as a Printer. 1861 has a WW 1858 Edinburgh son of Wm & Janet. 1871 has a WW 1858 Edinburgh. 1881 has a WW 1855 Leith; a WW 1858 Edinburgh shopman in Edinburgh. 1901 has a WW 1862 Edinburgh with wife & family; 1891-1901 have a WW 1858 Leith with wife Charlotte; 1891 has a WW 1858 Edinburgh joiner. 1891-1901 has a WW 1858 Edinburgh with wife Christina.) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 1-Elspeth WHITSON b 24.2 bp 26.2.1764 Whitekirk, East Lothian)Elspath WHITESON born to Thomas WHITESON and Agnes HOGG. Recorded as Euphemia WHITSON on d cert of daughter Jane. # Info on the branch is partly from descendant AB below. AB gives her as Elizabeth/Euphemia bp Whitekirk/Tynningame. KS gives b16.1.1803, Haddington, East Lothian. m 6 DEC 1783 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland sp-Robert HOGG How is he related to Agnes HOGG wife of 0 Thomas WHITSON? Perhaps a cousin marriage. 41 2-Agnes HOGG b 31.7.1785 42 2-Margaret HOGG b 13.5.1787 43 2-Robert HOGG b 7.9.1788 44 2-Thomas HOGG 45 2-Jean HOGG b 15.3.1795 46 2-Jane HOGG (9.10.1796 Haddington-8.12.1877 Haddington) D aged 81. m 6.4.1823 Haddington sp-Thomas PRITCHARD 1793 Ancrum, Roxburgh-1859 1851 Haddington, East Lothian: ID Thomas Pritchard Head M 58 1793 Ancrum, Roxburgh Flour Mill Engine Keeper Jean Pritchard Wife M 56 1795 Haddington 46 Agnes Pritchard Daughter 15 1836 Haddington 466 461 3-Elspeth PREACHER bp 07 JAN 1821 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Thomas PREACHER & Jean HOGG ex C117099 1820-1854 462 3-Thomas PRITCHARD b 6.4.1823 Haddington Where is he in 1841? 1851 Vill Of Water Of Leith, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian with family of Duncan MCLENNAN b Dingwal: Thomas PRITCHARD Lodger 25 1826 Haddington Skinner Journ[eyman] m 1851-57 sp-Janet 1832 Dirleton, Haddington, East Lothian (Cf 465 3-Janet PRITCHARD b 1831 Haddington d 14.1.1899 Haddington below.) 1861 Wilsons Close, Dalkeith, East Dalkeith, Midlothian: ID Thomas PRITCHARD Head M 36 1825 Dirleton, Haddington Skinner Journeyman 462 Janet Pritchard Wife M 29 1832 Dirleton, Haddington Janet F Pritchard Daur 4 1857 Edinr, Dalkeith 4621 Jane H Pritchard Daur 2 1859 Edinr, Dalkeith 4622 David Hunter Boarder 28 1833 Renfrewshire Gardener Journeyman Arthur Mowat Boarder 27 1834 Shetland Grocer Journeyman 1871 Old Candle Shark Close, Dalkeith, Midlothian: ID Mrs. Pritchard 39 1832 Dirleton, East Lothian W of 462 Jane Pritchard Daur 11 1860 Dalkeith, Midlothian Scholar 4622 Thomas Pritchard Son 9 1862 Dalkeith, Midlothian Scholar 4623 George Pritchard Son 4 1867 Dalkeith, Midlothian Scholar 4624 1881 No 11 Darie St, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian: Janet Pritchard Head 49 1832 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Shop Keeper (Grocer) Jane Pritchard Daur 21 1860 Edinr, Dalkeith General Servant 4622 Thomas PRITCHARD Son 19 1862 Edinr, Dalkeith Tailor 4623 George Pritchard Son 14 1867 Edinr, Dalkeith Carver & Gilder Apr 4624 1891 77 Rose St, Edinburgh St George, Midlothian: Janet Pritchard Head 59 1832 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire George Pritchard Son 34 1857 Dalkeith, Haddingtonshire Hairdresser 4624 4621 4-Janet F PRITCHARD 1857 Edinr, Dalkeith 1861 with parents. 1871 Eskbank Stonefield, Dalkeith, Midlothian with BLAIR family: Janet PRITCHARD Servant 14 1857 Haddington, East Lothian General Servt Domestic 4622 4-Jane H PRITCHARD 1859 Edinr, Dalkeith 1861 with parents. 1871-81 with mother. 4623 4-Thomas PRITCHARD 1862 Dalkeith, Midlothian 1871-81 with mother. m sp-Agnes E 1870 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs 1891 36 St Leonard's St, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian: Thomas PRITCHARD Head M 29 1862 Dalkeith, Edinburghs Tailor 4623 Agnes E Pritchard Wife M 21 1870 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs Thomas Pritchard Son 3 1888 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs 46231 Samuel H Pritchard Son 1 1890 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs 46232 1901 62 St Leonards Hill, Edinburgh St Leonards, Midlothian: Thomas PRITCHARD Head M 38 1863 Dalkeith, Midlothian Tailor 4623 Agnes H Pritchard Wife M 35 1866 Edinburgh, Midlothian Grocer Thomas Pritchard Son 13 1888 Edinburgh, Midlothian Scholar 46231 Samuel H Pritchard Son 12 1889 Edinburgh, Midlothian Scholar 46232 James Pritchard Son 9 1892 Edinburgh, Midlothian Scholar 46233 Agnes Pritchard Daur 7 1894 Edinburgh, Midlothian Scholar 46234 Janet Pritchard Daur 5 1896 Edinburgh, Midlothian Scholar 46235 Georgina Pritchard Daur 4 1897 Edinburgh, Midlothian 46236 George Pritchard Son 7 mo 1900 Edinburgh, Midlothian 46237 46231 5-Thomas PRITCHARD 1888 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs 1891-1901 with parents 46232 5-Samuel H PRITCHARD 1890 St Cuthberts, Edinburghs 1891-1901 with parents. 46233 5-James PRITCHARD 1892 Edinburgh, Midlothian 1901 with parents. 46234 5-Agnes PRITCHARD 1894 Edinburgh, Midlothian 1901 with parents. 46235 5-Janet PRITCHARD 1896 Edinburgh, Midlothian 1901 with parents. 46236 5-Georgina PRITCHARD 1897 Edinburgh, Midlothian 1901 with parents. 46237 5-George PRITCHARD 1900 Edinburgh, Midlothian 1901 with parents. 4624 4-George PRITCHARD 1867 Dalkeith, Midlothian 1871-91 with mother. m 1891-1900 sp-Margaret 1865 Crieff, Perthshire 1901 83 Market St, Haddington, East Lothian: George Pritchard 34 1867 Dalkeith, Haddintonshire Hairdresser With Faney Goods Margaret Pritchard Wife M 36 1865 Crieff, Perthshire Margaret D Pritchard Daur 3 1898 Edinburgh, Edinburghshire 46241 Thomas Pritchard Son 1 1900 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46242 William Pritchard Son 1 1900 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46243 46241 5-Margaret D PRITCHARD 1898 Edinburgh, Edinburghshire 1901 with parents 46242 5-Thomas PRITCHARD 1900 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1901 with parents 46243 5-William PRITCHARD 1900 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1901 with parents 463 3-Jean PREACHER bp 01 MAY 1825 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Thomas PREACHER & Jane HOGG ex C117099 1820-1854 464 3-Janet PREACHER 15 JUL 1827 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Thomas PREACHER & Jane HOGG ex C117099 1820-1854 465 3-Janet PRITCHARD b 1831 Haddington d 14.1.1899 Haddington (Cf wife of 462 above!) m 5.1.1851 Haddington sp-John JOHNSTONE b 1831 Dunbar d 20.12.1899 Haddington 1851 Monkriggs House Mains??, Haddington, East Lothian: John JOHNSTONE Head 20 1831 Dunbar, East Lothian Gardener Janet JOHNSTONE Wife 22 1829 Haddington, East Lothian ? 1861 Brown St, Haddington, East Lothian: John JOHNSTONE Head 39 1822 Haddington, Haddingtonsh Joiner (jobbing For Self) Janet JOHNSTONE Wife 41 1820 Yester, Haddingtonsh James JOHNSTONE Son 5 1856 Haddington, Haddingtonsh ? Thomas JOHNSTONE Son 2 1859 Haddington, Haddingtonsh 4652? ?? 1881 Bagend Cottage On Westmains Farm, Whittingham, East Lothian: John JOHNSTONE Head 56 1825 Haddn Shire, Haddn Joiner (Master) Janet JOHNSTONE Wife 60 1821 Haddn Shire, Gifford Jessie JOHNSTONE Daur 15 1866 Haddn Shire, Haddn Domtc Servt (General) Joseph BEATTIE Visitor 60 1821 Haddn Shire, North Berwick Groom ?? 1891 Bridge Street, Cowdenbeath, Beath, Fife: James JOHNSTONE Head 38 1853 P[reston] Pans, Haddingtonshire Coal Miner Agnes N JOHNSTONE Wife 31 1850 Dunbar, Haddingtonshire Coal Miner Francis JOHNSTONE 14 Peterina JOHNSTONE 11 Susan JOHNSTONE 8 William JOHNSTONE 4 Janet JOHNSTONE 2 John JOHNSTONE 2 months Janet JOHNSTONE Mother in law 68 1823 Dunbar, Haddingtonshire Peter JOHNSTONE Boarder 30 1861 Prestonpans, Haddingtonshire Coal Miner 4651 4-Jane JOHNSTONE bp 7 AUG 1853 Haddington, East Lothian dr of John JOHNSTONE & Janet PRITCHARD ex C117099 1820-1854 d 16.7.1924 Haddington (1861 has another JJ b 1853 Salton, Haddington to Wm & Alison.) m 1877 Haddington sp-William WILSON 11.2.1849 Kinross-15.8.1924 Haddington 1881 Tyneside Smith's Land, Haddington, East Lothian: William WILSON Head 30 1851 Kinross, Kinross Shire Baker (Journeyman) Jane Wilson Wife 27 1854 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 4651 Susan Wilson Daur 3 1878 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46511 Elizabeth Wilson Daur 2 1879 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46512 Jessie Wilson Daur 1 Mo 1881 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46513 1891 Waterside Nungate, Haddington, East Lothian: William WILSON Head 41 1850 Kinross, Kinrossshire Baker Jane Wilson Wife 38 1853 Haddn, Haddingtonshire 4651 Susan WILSON Daur 13 1878 Haddington, Haddingtonsh Bakers Shop Assistant 46511 Lizzie Wilson Daur 11 1880 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 46512 Jessie Wilson Daur 10 1881 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 46513 William J J Wilson Son 2 1889 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 46514 46511 5-Susan WILSON 1878 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1881-91 with parents. 46512 5-Elizabeth WILSON bc1880 Roodlands Hospital, Haddington d 11 MAR 1954 1881-91 with parents. m sp-Archibald STORIE b 7 SEP 1875 Haddington d 18 DEC 1951 son of John STORIE & Marion SCOTT 1891 41 Hardgate St, Haddington, East Lothian: John Storie Head 58 1833 Dunbar, Haddre Jobbing Gardener Elizabeth Storie Daur 21 1870 Haddington, Haddre Shop Keeper (Shoemr) William Storie Son 19 1872 Haddington, Haddre Printer (Compositor) Archibald Storie Son 15 1876 Haddington, Haddre Message Boy Ironmonger XXX Jane Storie Daur 13 1878 Haddington, Haddre Scholar 46513 5-Jessie WILSON .2.1881 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 1881-91 with parents 46514 5-William J WILSON b 1888 Haddington d 13.11.1949 Haddington 1891 with parents. m 1915 Edinburgh sp-Annie Katchen FRASER b 1886 Prestonkirk d 24.7.1963 Edinburgh 46514 1 6-name withheld WILSON b 29.12.1919 Haddington d 4.3.2004 Edinburgh m 24.7.1954 Haddington sp-Ewhen BOJKO b 13.11.1921 Woscesinki d 25.5.1996 Edinburgh 46514 11 7-Anne-Maria BOJKO - "AB" here. *2005 abojko"att"btinternet.com 46514 2 6-James A WILSON b Haddington 4652 4-Thomas JOHNSTONE bp 26.6.1853 Haddington, East Lothian ex C117091 1855-1875. 1861 with parents. ?1881 9. Whites Close W., Dalkeith, Midlothian with YOUNG family: Thomas JOHNSTONE Lodger 25 1856 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Gardener ?1891 Cockles, Haddington, East Lothian: Thomas JOHNSTONE Head 32 1859 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Joiner Elizabeth JOHNSTONE Wife 33 1858 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Margaret JOHNSTONE Daur 10 1881 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar John JOHNSTONE Son 8 1883 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar Joan JOHNSTONE Daur 5 1886 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar Jessie JOHNSTONE Daur 3 1888 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Infant JOHNSTONE Daur 3 1/2 Wks 1891 Haddington, Haddingtonshire 466 3-Agnes PREACHER/PRITCHARD bp 29 MAR 1835 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Thomas PREACHER & Jean HOGG ex C117099 1820-1854 1851 with parents. 5 1-Hepburn WHITSON b 2/6.5.1766 bp 11.5.1766 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 6 1-Agnes WHITSON b 11.4.1768 bp 17.4.1768 Prestonkirk, East Lothian before Robert HOGG and William HOGG.7 1-Archibald WHITSON b 31.1.1771 Prestonkirk, East Lothian, ScotlandFarm steward. AB gives b 2.2.1771. m 28.10.1815 at Athelstaneford, East Lothian sp-Mary HARDIE/HARDY, daughter of James HARDIE. Still there in 1851. NOTE: Ralph Alexander WHITSON (20.3.1882-1949) unrelated - [Number 532 on the tree of Alexander WHITSON of Renfrew county near Glasgow who m c1770 Mary SMELLIE] purchased a silver or pewter cup fished up from a wreck of the Armada, inscribed (later) with the arms of WHITSON & HARDIE - so probably once owned by Archibald or by their son Thomas of Athelstaneford - a house occupied in 1980 by CULLEN, a friend of Harold, son of RA WHITSON. 1841 Hengh, North Berwick, Haddington, Haddingtonshire ID: Archibald WHITSON 40 1801 East Lothian, Scotland Ag L 7 Mary WHITSON 40 1801 East Lothian, Scotland James WHITSON 20 1821 East Lothian, Scotland Engineer J 74 Archibald WHITSON 15 1826 75 Richard WHITSON 9 1832 East Lothian 76 Mary WHITSON 7 1834 East Lothian 77 Archibald and Mary had at least 6 children, firstly ..........................................................71 2-Thomas WHITSON (1.5.1816 Athelstaneford, East Lothian,Scotland-11.10.1856 Haddington) Civil engineer. Buried at N Berwick. m 13.7.1842 at Greenock East to Elizabeth Clark MacLEAN (c.1820-31.12.1899, Belfast) Descended from James 2 of Scotland. 5 children. 1851 High Street, Haddington, East Lothian: Thomas WHITSON Head 34 1817 Atholstonford, East Lothian Millwight & Engineer Elizabeth WHITSON Wife 30 1821 Edinburgh, Midlothian Archibald WHITSON Son 7 1844 Greenock, Renfrewshire Scholar 711 Agnes WHITSON Daur 6 1845 (British Sabject), Germany Scholar 712 Thomas WHITSON Son 4 1847 Haddington, East Lothian At home 713 James WHITSON Son 1 1850 Haddington, East Lothian 714 Mary CLARK COUSIN 20 1831 Airith, Stirlingshire Governess Margaret CHISHOLM Servant 20 1831 Haddington, East Lothian General serv 1861 3 Melville St, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian: Elizabeth WHITSON Head 40 1821 Edin, Edinburgh Sh Lodging House Keeper Archibald WHITSON Son 17 1844 Greenock, Renfrewshire Scholar 711 Agnes WHITSON Daur 16 1845 British Subject, Germany Scholar 712 Thomas Wm WHITSON Son 14 1847 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 713 James Andrew WHITSON Son 11 1850 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 714 Foun in [Francis] R WHITSON Son 8 1853 Haddington, Haddingtonshire Scholar 715 Georgina JOHNSTON Servant 20 1841 Edin, Edinburgh Sh Domestic Servant Jessie MACPHERSON Servant 20 1841 Inverness, Invernessshire Domestic Servant 711 3-Archibald WHITSON (15.4.1843 Greenock, Scotland-26.7.1929 Queenstown, South Africa) 1851 with parents. (# Most of this branch is courtesy of GK 7119 21 Geoff KINGMA.) D aged 88 yrs LDS file 1886547 (Queenstown deaths 1927-1933) Emigrated to Queenstown, South Africa in 1859, 6 years after its founding. The d record of his dr Lucretia lists him as a Blacksmith. His d record lists him as a Wagonmaker (retired). -GK www.national.archives.gov.za gave DOC 4/1/96 114 MORTGAGE BOND. ARCHIBALD WHITSON. 1883 1883 DOC 4/1/204 83 MORTGAGE BOND. ARCHIBALD WHITSON. 1887 1887 DOC 4/1/932 3142 MORTGAGE BOND. ARCHIBALD WHITSON. 1903 1903 MOOC 6/9/3576 23457 WHITSON, ARCHIBALD. ESTATE PAPERS. 1929 1929 NOTE there are no WHITSONs listed in the Queenstown ph book in 1995. The white pages address is: http://18.104.22.168 This lists 12 in 2002: 1 7213 21 below 2 B E WHITSON, 19 Northgrve , Durban North/Noord, Durban, 0027 31 563 7618 3 7213 31 below 4 C M WHITSON, 6C Surf Side , Umdloti Beach, Durban, 0027 31 568 2226 5 A R WHITSON, 256 Stanbury Rd , , East Rand / Oos-Rand, 0027 11 917 6927 6 D E E WHITSON, E348 A Scribante Hvn , East Rand / Oos-Rand, 0027 11 917 1539 7 D T WHITSON, 9 Muller St , Parkdene, East Rand, 0027 11 917 8117 8 V WHITSON, 14 Spruyt St , Parkdene, East Rand, 0027 11 917 4355 9 R B WHITSON, 34 4 St , Albertskroon, Johannesburg, 0027 11 673 8632 10 A M J WHITSON, 34 Albert St , Albertsville, Johannesburg, 0027 11 477 8026 Is this 2213 312 below? 11 B T WHITSON, Lynburn Vilge Lynburn Rd , , Pretoria, 0027 12 348 8477 Is this 2219 12 below? 12 H P WHITSON, 33 Wendy St , , Deneysville, 0027 16 371 1394 ...................................................................... White pages 2010 gives B E WHITSON 116 Milnerrd Claremont, Cape Peninsula, Western Cape 0216741912 B T WHITSON Lynburnvilge Lynburnrd, pretoria, Gauteng 0123488477 Cm WHITSON 6 Main Rd , durban , Kwazulu-natal 0315682226 D M WHITSON 9 Roehamptnwy, durban, Kwazulu-natal 0315637965 Gd WHITSON 57 Mitchell St Hermanus, Boland & West Coast, WesternCape 0283131277 Hj WHITSON 256 Stanbury Rd , East Rand , Gauteng 0119176927 Hp WHITSON 77 Wendy Av Deneysville, Vaal Triangle, Gauteng 0163711394 K WHITSON Hurlinghammanr 16 Hurlingham, sandton, Jo'burg, Gauteng 0118867014 R WHITSON 63 Koornhoopst, East Rand, Gauteng 0118963911 R B WHITSON 34 4st Albertskroon, Johannesburg , Gauteng 0116738632 T G WHITSON 105 Plutord Plumstead, Wynberg, Cape Peninsula, Western Cape 0217614330 ...................................................................... You can search the South African National Archives web site at www.national.archives.gov.za eg All Archives Repositories and National Registers of non-public records gave 83 WHITSON. Those not listed below are as follows: SELECT SOURCE VOLUME NO REFERENCE DESCRIPTION BEGIN DATE END DATE ................................................................... Re Thomas Tait WHITSON d1921 m 14.4.1881 Margaret/Maggie THOMPSON d1893 [GK]: DOC 4/1/35 23 WHITSON, Thomas Tait. mortgage bond 1882 DOC 4/1/359 3037 mortgage bond. Thomas Tait WHITSON 1893 MOOC 6/9/1940 693 WHITSON, Thomas Tait. estate papers. 1921 1921 MOOC 13/1/4137 44 WHITSON, Thomas Tait. liquidation and distribution account. first 1921 MSCE 0 14837/1929 MARLEY, Robert Henry. (S/S Margaret WHITSON born THOMPSON). 1929-1931 ................................................................... EI 15 LIB 146/1886 MR. A WHITSON: applies for a grant of land in Natal 1886 Is this Archibald above? ................................................................... DOC 4/1/580 1194 mortgage bond. Georgina NIXON, born WHITSON, formerly SMITH. 1898 1898 MOOC 6/9/4832 52096 NIXON, Georgina nee WHITSON. estate papers 1936 .......................................................................... RSC 1/5/149 43/1895 illiquid case. Hugh ANDERSON, curator bonis of the trust estate of the late Alfred Methley GOULDEN versus John James ANDERSON, Robert WHITSON ANDERSON and Catherine ANDERSON, executors testamentary of the estate of the late John ANDERSON. 1895 1895 MSCE 0 15/218 ANDERSON, Catharine. (born WHITSON). 1903 1903 PVS 180 1516/1912 dipping inspector, WH HOME; East Coast Fever. reports that cattle have died on the Farm WHITSON of Messrs. ANDERSON brothers. 1912 RSC 1/5/286 17/1914 illiquid case. John James ANDERSON in his capacity as executor of the estate of the late Robert WHITSON ANDERSON versus The Southern Life Association. 1913 1914 MSCE 0 49/150 BUCHANAN, Robert Anderson. (S/SP BUCHANAN, Ethel WHITSON, born TURNER). 1913-1926 CNC 206 1915/588 application for the removal of Zikulu MKIZE from Farm "WHITSON". 1915 MSCE 0 50/27 ANDERSON, Robert WHITSON. (unmarried). 1913-1916 NTS 1642 814/271 boundary fence between lot 102 and Farm "WHITSON", Richmond District. 1954-1957 MSCE 2370/1973 LAWSON, Ethel WHITSON. (formerly BUCHANAN, born TURNER). born in South Africa. PR/SP Frederick Klein LAWSON. estate no. 2371/1973. PR/SP Robert Anderson BUCHANON. estate no. 49/150. deceased estate. 1973-1978 MSCE 2371/1973 LAWSON, Frederick Klein. born in England. S/SP Ethel WHITSON LAWSON. (formerly BUCHANAN, born TURNER). since deceased. estate no. 2370/1973. deceased estate. 1973-1975 ..................................... MHG 0 8689 FRATTER, William surviving spouse Jane (born WHITSON).1906 MHG 0 22837 FRATTER, Jane. (born WHITSON) predeceased spouse: William FRATTER 1913 ......................................................................... MOOC 6/9/577 2188 WHITSON, Mary Jane Tudball. death notice 1907 MOOC 13/1/1564 19 WHITSON, Mary Jane Tudball. liquidation and distribution account 1907 ......................................................................... MSCE 0 37/11 HOLYOAK, Mary Jane. (born HURST) (alias Minnie HOLYOAK; alias Mrs. WHITSON) (S/S Alfred Frederick). 1909 1910 ......................................................................... PM 1/1/162 PM65/101/1912 employment. GT WHITSON. 1912 1913 ......................................................................... MOOC 6/9/2770 7432 PIENAAR, Anne WHITSON. nee VAN NIEKERK. estate papers 1925 MOOC 13/1/5528 538 PIENAAR, Anne WHITSON. liquidation and distribution account first 1926 ......................................................................... 1/QTN 10 17/16/9/23 arms and ammunition. commandeering of rifles and exemptions WHITSON, MH. 1940 MHG 0 5167/42 PATERSON, Thomas WHITSON 1942 MOOC 6/9/11638 97861 WHITSON, Francis Gordon Bert. estate papers 1945 MOOC 6/9/14353 5208/47 WHITSON, Margaret Helen. nee RAMILLON estate papers 1947 MSCE 00 1417/1947 LOMBARD, Annie. S/SP LOMBARD, Christopher Johannes PR/SP PATERSON, Thomas WHITSON. 1947 1957 ......................................................................... WLD 0 711/1940 illiquid case divorce Joyce Melvina WHITSON (born STAUNTON) versus Alistair Percival WAKEFIELD 1940 [cf 7112] ......................................................................... 3/CT 4/2/1/3/2298 5656 dilapidated and unsightly fence. 23 Rosmead Avenue, Oranjezicht. HHA WHITSON. 1951; ditto 4/2/1/3/2362 1952 [cf 7112 2] ......................................................................... MSCE 1077/1969 WHITSON, James Jameson. born in Edinburgh, Scotland. divorced. deceased estate. 1969 1970 ......................................................................... WLD 5107/1973 illiquid case. divorce. Carla Dorothy WHITSON (born STERN-STRAETER) versus Richard Benson WHITSON 1973 ......................................................................... MHG 1590/75 WHITSON, Edwin Keith. surviving spouse Magrietha Elizabeth WHITSON (born BOSHOFF) 1975 [cf 7419] .......................................................................... RSC 5A/4406 I1633/82 FILDAY, Alison Ann. born WHITSON. illiquid case. divorce. Brian Desmond FILDAY. No date. R4401/1 Anniversary Songs (WHITSON - FRIEDMAN). No date. m sp-Nancy Mary Bridget ROBINSON b1850 King Williams Town, South Africa d 6.4.1910 aged 59 years, 7 3/4 months, of Apoplexy (ie a stroke). eGSSA gives her age as 61 and 4 months. GK has a copy of her will but it is a generic style. Daughter of James ROBINSON and Ann LEWIS. (Presumably of same family as ROBINSON St, Queenstown. -SA State Archives Queenstown.) Deaths 1909 - 1920 LDS # 1886537. 11 children. www.national.archives.gov.za gave MOOC 6/9/3073 13508 WHITSON, Nancy Mary Bridget. nee ROBINSON. estate papers 1926 MOOC 13/1/5949 1581 WHITSON, Nancy Mary Bridget. liquidation and distribution accounts 1927 7111 4-`Frank' Francis Henry WHITSON (1873 Queenstown-1933) His wife and first child died in childbirth. d 1937 - State Archives (Estate Papers) via GK. www.national.archives.gov.za gave MOOC 6/9/4951 55745 WHITSON, Francis Henry. Estate papers. 1937 m ?? Frank or br 2217 Percy or br 2218 Ben married Mary Jane Tudball MASKINS (1870-5.8.1907 Queenstown age 37) d of TB; "A. WHITSON" was present. LDS file 1886536 (Queenstown deaths 1897-1909) -GK. Another possible wife for these 3 is Maggie WHITSON nee THOMPSON d 1893 - State Archives via GK, but there may be no connection. 7112 4-Richard "Dick" WHITSON (4.11.1875 Queenstown, South Africa-30.4.1940) In 1904 a grocer in Queenstown, S.Africa. www.national.archives.gov.za gave m sp-Gertrude "Girlie" WAKEFIELD. www.national.archives.gov.za gave DOC 4/1/737 3745 mortgage bond. Richard WHITSON. 1900 1900 DOC 4/1/885 6538 mortgage bond. Richard WHITSON. 1902 1902 DOC 4/1/983 7783 mortgage bond. Richard WHITSON. 1903 1903 MOOC 6/9/7555 73413 WHITSON, Richard. estate papers. 1941 1941 Some of these may refer to their son 7112 4 Richard Maurice WHITSON 1904-75 MOOC 6/9/17997 737/51 WHITSON, Gertrude Anne nee WAKEFIELD estate papers 1951 MHG 0 6598/52 WHITSON, Gertrude Annie. Born WAKEFIELD. Predeceased spouse Ritchard WHITSON documents filed in 1952. 5 children? This photo from 2212 41 Maureen shows the WHITSON and EDMEADES family in Queenstown. Left to Right: 2212 5 Keith WHITSON, 2212 Richard WHITSON, 2212 3 Thelma HAY holding baby 2212 32 Donald HAY, Thelma's husband Kenneth HAY, 2212 1 Alistair WHITSON, Richard's wife Gertrude "Girlie", 2212 4 Maurice WHITSON, 2212 2 Hugh "Sonny" WHITSON, twin to Thelma; Seated: Maurice's wife Mildred Charlotte nee EDMEADES, and on the table is 2212 31 Ian HAY. 71121 5-Alistair WHITSON m ? 2 children, firstly 71121 1 6-Allan WHITSON 71121 2 6-`Hedley' WHITSON m ? 2 children. 71122 5-Hugh "Sonny" WHITSON (d by 2001) Twin to 22123. m sp-Marian HART? 1 son, 71122 1 6-Digby WHITSON He had a daughter from his first marriage. 71123 5-(Doris) Thelma WHITSON (d by 2001) Twin to 22122. www.national.archives.gov.za gave CSC 2/1/1/1684 210 illiquid cases. de lunatico inquirendo. Doris Thelma HAY ( born WHITSON) versus Gertrude Anne WHITSON (born WAKEFIELD) [her mother] and curator ad litem 1951 WLD 0 3812/1958 illiquid case. divorce. Hugh Bertram GREEN versus Doris Thelma (formerly HAY, born WHITSON). 1958 m sp-Hugh Bertram HAY. Div. 1958. (I had Kenneth HAY.) * 1978 : 6 Irene Court, Prince Alfred Street, Queenstown, South Africa. 3 sons. One son was a farmer in 1978. 71123 1 6-Ian HAY 71123 2 6-Donald HAY d by 2010 m sp-Anne 2010 at Port Elizabeth, tel (041) 583 3679 71123 3 6-Roy HAY (d by 2001) 71124 5-(Richard) Maurice WHITSON (5.3.1904, Queenstown,S.Africa-25.11.1975) Maureen has his baptism certificate. m 7.3.1931 at Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia sp-Mildred Charlotte EDMEADES (14.7.1900 Oudtshoorn, Cape Province-16.10.1990) 71124 1 6-Maureen Ann WHITSON (15.10.l934 Livingstone,Northern Rhodesia now Zambia) She left Zimbabwe for South Africa in l98l and for NZ 1993. # A source for this branch. #2001: Maureen WILLIAMS mauwill"att"clear.net.nz Auckland with Michelle 2212 412 & family m1 7.7.l956 at Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) sp-Rupert FITT (-21.3.1972) 71124 11 7-Daryl Susan FITT (9.12.l958 Kitwe, Northern Rhodesia now Zambia) m 13.12.1986 at Johannesburg, South Africa sp-Peter John Steven SHOEBRIDGE (Auckland, New Zealand) To NZ 1987. * 2001: fam.shoebridge"att"clear.net.nz Tauranga 71124 111 8-Leigh Amber SHOEBRIDGE (20.5.l989 Invercargill) 71124 112 8-Miles Rupert SHOEBRIDGE (21.11.l990 Queenstown,N.Z.) 71124 113 8-Hannah Laine SHOEBRIDGE (25.12.l992 Queenstown,N.Z.) 71124 12 7-Michelle Ann FITT (4.5.l960 Salisbury,Southern Rhodesia - now Harare,Zimbabwe) m 23.8.1980 at Salisbury,Southern Rhodesia - now Harare,Zimbabwe) sp-John David POTGIETER * 2001: Auckland johnmich"att"clear.net.nz 71124 121 8-Jahne Tarryn POTGIETER (25.4.l988 Pretoria, S.Africa) 71124 122 8-Starajean POTGIETER (l5.11.l990 Cape Town, S.Africa) 71124 13 7-Guy Richard FITT (28.1.l962 Salisbury,Southern Rhodesia - now Harare,Zimbabwe) 2010: guy"att"tru-trac.com Home Jhb. (11) 9746147. m 5.4.199l at Johannesburg, South Africa sp-Mary GOUGH *2001: mary.fitt"att"roche.com South Africa 71124 131 8-Kirstin Clair FITT (17.10.l99l Johannesburg, S.Africa) 71124 132 8-Nikki Sarah FITT (11.2.l993 Johannesburg, S.Africa) 71124 133 8-Christopher Inga FITT (10.02.2002 Johannesburg, S.Africa) 71124 14 7-Alan Bruce FITT (10.12.l965 Salisbury,Southern Rhodesia - now Harare,Zimbabwe) 20010: his cafe is located at Casterbridge shopping complex outside White River. m 28.12.l99l at Johannesburg, South Africa sp-Kim OOSTHUIS *2011: alan"att"livin.co.za 71124 14 1 8-Joshua Rupert FITT b 17.09.2003 Johannesburg, South Africa. [71124 1 6-Maureen Ann WHITSON (15.10.l934 Livingstone,now Zambia)] m2 .9.1975 WILLIAMS Divorced c1981. No children. 71124 2 6-Dorothy "Dot" Jean WHITSON (18.8.l936 Livingstone,now Zambia) m sp-Neville ZIETSMAN 5 grandchildren. * 2001-10: Port Elizabeth on the seaboard of the Eastern Cape, South Africa tel (041) 503 7916 71124 21 7-Beverley ZIETSMAN 71124 22 7-Brian ZIETSMAN 71124 23 7-Cheryl ZIETSMAN 71125 5-Keith WHITSON (d by 2001) m sp-Greta. 2 sons. 71125 1 6-Benson WHITSON 71125 2 6-Keith WHITSON 7113 4-William James WHITSON (2.3.1877 Queenstown) m 9.7.1902 Methodist Church, Queenstown sp-Ethel Nora SCOTT (1.4.1879 -13.8.1967) He was 25 and she was 23. Witnesses were E.B.R. WHITSON and Mabel Annie SCOTT - presumably C.B.R (2218 4). 4 children, firstly 71131 5-Arthur Cyril Ryder WHITSON (8.6.1906-3.7.1906 Queenstown) bp 3.7.1906 (entry 868) Methodist Church, Queenstown; d aged 25 days from Septicaemia; "W.J. WHITSON, Father" was present. - LDS file 1886536 (Queenstown deaths 1897-1909) -GK 71132 5-Kingsley Vernon WHITSON (21.5.1907-27.2.1969) m to Ann De JAEGER (living near Capetown in 1973). 2 children, firstly 71132 1 6-Trevor G WHITSON Teacher at Easthondis. In 1995 the principal of Windsor Primary School, Capetown (c1953,went to Queens College, Queenstown) Married. 2 children. * 1995-2002: 105 Pluto Road, Plumstead 7800, Cape Town, RSA. (Cape Peninsula/Kaapse, Skiereiland tel 021 761 4330) School: Leafmore Rd, Kenwyn 7764 Phone 762 2720 fax 761 4873 71132 11 7- WHITSON A son at university in 1995. 71132 12 7- WHITSON Daughter a ballet dancer in Capetown. 71132 2 6-Clive WHITSON Living at Capetown in 1973. 71133 5-`Mel' (Harold Melville) WHITSON (5.9.1908-1995) President of Queens College Old Boys Association, Queenstown, SA. WHITSON House, Queens College, Berry St, Queenstown is named after him. m .12.1935 to (Mary) Zoe SCHULZE. Served in Italy in 1945 in WW2. Managed S.A. Mutual Life Assurance Society until 1968. *1973: 8 Reservoir Rd., Queenstown, S.A. 3 children, firstly 71133 1 6-Donald (Melville) WHITSON (6.12.1936) Trained as an architect at Capetown University 1955-9, then 1yr. in London. Group Manager of a large business. m sp-Joan KING (1.10.1939). * 1974-2002: 9 Roehampton Way, Durban North, 4001, S.A. ph 0027 31 563 7965 3 children, firstly 71133 11 7-Garry Donald WHITSON (17.4.1960) 2010: whitson"att"yebo.co.za Medic 1 Advanced Home Care Practitioner (St. John) Level 4 Sports Medic (Academy of Emergency Medical Training) Sports Psychology (Intec. College) Level 3 First Aid (Academy of Emergency Medical Training) Level 2 First Aid (St. John) MDP (Business Leadership - UNISA GSBL) Executive Management Dip. (Executive Education) Distributor of Nevana Natural Healing Products tel 072 325 8127 www.11onluyt.com m sp-Julie 71133 12 7-Mark Jonathon WHITSON (12.10.1961 Queenstown) *2010 A project manager for industrial and commercial property developments and work throughout South Africa. "Currently I am the Officer Commanding Durban Light Infantry, a Reserve Force Regiment based in Durban. I am in my 31st year of service and thoroughly enjoy it. Through the Regiment, I visited Pitlochery and met Penny at Lick Farm." mark"att"whitson.co.za m sp-Karin VON GEN HASSEND *2010 Hurlingham Ext 5, Johannesburg. 71133 13 7-`Ann' (Antoinette) WHITSON (1.12.1964) 71133 2 6-`Toni' (Antoinette) WHITSON (19.11.1938) m sp-Peter METCALF Chartered accountant in Queenstown, S.A. NOTE The only Metcalf listed in the ph book in 1995 in Queenstown is WL. The only accountant there is SAHD & Co 8 Grey St ph 0027 451 6551 fax 0027 451 4136. 3 children, firstly 71133 21 7-Andrew METCALF (4.10.1964) 71133 22 7-Simon METCALF (5.7.1966) 71133 23 7-Jane METCALF (20.9.1967) 71133 3 6-`Janny' Janet Celeste WHITSON (23.9.1948) m 1970? sp-Dale (Alan Leslie) ELLIOTT. B.A., Ll.B. He left Capetown in 1973 to join his father's law practice in Queenstown, S.A. A well-known oil painter. Brother to Robert. * TRY Elliott Brothers, 29 Ebden St ph 0027 451 4095. * 1995: at Knysna on SE coast of Cape Province east of George. 71133 31 7-Lindy ELLIOTT (1974) 71133 32 7-Leslie ELLIOTT (1977) 71133 33 7-Mel ELLIOTT (19) 71133 34 7-Jonno ELLIOTT (19) 71133 35 7-Robert ELLIOTT (19) 71134 5-Francis "Gordon" Bert WHITSON (26.5.1917-10.2.1945) Single. bp 1.7.1917 Methodist Church, Queenstown, parents W. J. and Ethel Francis WHITSON -GK. 7114 4-Walter Norman WHITSON (1890 Queenstown-12.3.1899 Queenstown) d aged 10 yrs 3 months of Rheumatic Fever; LDS file 1886536 (Queenstown deaths 1897-1909) -GK 7115 4-Ethel Nora `Nibs' WHITSON (b 1895 Queenstown) M at age 32. m 18.1.1927 Methodist Church, Queenstown sp-Sydney Gordon SHAW M at age 31. d c1954. www.national.archives.gov.za gave MHG 0 5315/54 SHAW, Sidney Gordon surviving spouse Ethel Nora SHAW (born WHITSON) 1954.2 children, firstly 71151 5-Michael SHAW 71152 5-Nancy SHAW Married. 5 children 7116 4-Louis WHITSON (Queenstown) Died aged 15. 7117 4-Percival "Percy" Victor Robert WHITSON (Queenstown-Rhodesia) No issue 7118 4-Cuthbert Benson Ryder "Ben" WHITSON (Queenstown-16.10.1918) Killed in action, Ypres, France in WW1. Ref CWGC. He was a Captain in the 1st Regiment, South African Infantry and was awarded the Military Cross. I have sent a request for his military records from the SADF but don't know if anything will come of it. -GK www.national.archives.gov.za gave AG 1825 15525 WHITSON, CBR. papers re. Gordonia and Queenstown. 1908-1910 AG 1868 19048 WHITSON, CBR. application for leave. Cape Town 1909 MOOC 6/9/1308 5380 WHITSON, Cuthbert Benson Ryder. estate papers 1918 MOOC 13/1/3846 446 WHITSON, Cuthbert Benson Ryder. liquidation and distribution 1920 7119 4-Edwin Thomas WHITSON b 13.11.1879 Queenstown,SA d 2.10.1952 Cape Town. Degrees from Edinburgh University. Civil Engineer. Designed many existing buildings. He was involved with the design and build of the Du Toits Kloof tunnel (about 100km from Cape Town) and N1 road project in the early 1940s. Lived in Capetown. Among other places he lived in Butterworth, E of Queenstown. On his d cert he is a retired Civil Engineer with the City Council. -GK m sp-Ada Annie BASTIN (13.7.1879-15.7.54) Born in the sub-district of Claines (reg district Droitwich), County of Worcester (ref. BXCA 808685) dr of Harry Andrew and Eva Florence, nee GRESHAM. -GK has the cert. Matron of the Groot Schuur Hospital. 3 children.This photo of Ada is thanks to 71192 1 Geoff KINGMA.71191 5-Archibald Bastin WHITSON (11.1.1913-19.10.1969) Carpenter. m sp-Barbara Douglas OLD (5.4.1914) 1972 in Johannesburg. 3 children. www.national.archives.gov.za gave MSCE 3899/1969 WHITSON, Archibald Bastin b Butterworth, Cape Province. S SP WHITSON, Barbara Douglas b Old; deceased estate 1969-1988. 71191 1 6-Graham Berry WHITSON (26.1.1940) He was in Vereeniging, Transvaal S of Jo'burg, where 711921 Geoff KINGMA met him rowing regattas there. In 1995 Personnel Controller for Qantas. * 1995: 17 Pacific Ave., Penshurst, NSW 3462, Australia ph 0061 2 579 5750 m sp-Jean Murray AITKEN (21.4. ). Moved to Australia. In 1972 they were at 51 Lansdown St, Penshurst, NSW 3462. Divorced. * 1995: 21 Romani Ave., Hurstville, NSW 2220, Australia ph 0061 2 570 4861 2 children, firstly 71191 11 7-John Murray WHITSON (27.3.1964) Graduated in medicine 1988. * 1995: 21 Romani Ave., Hurstville, NSW 2220, Australia ph 0061 2 570 4861 71191 12 7-Heather Douglas WHITSON (30.4.1966) Graduated in medicine 1989. 71191 2 6-Bryan Terence WHITSON (9.11.1941) Stockbroker in Johannesburg. www.national.archives.gov.za gives many entries for him 1976-80. NOTE In 1995 Jo'burg ph book has WHITSONs listed with initials AMJ (212 11?), DT, GD, MJ & RD only. m sp-Teresa MURPHY (1.11.1943). 2 children. 71191 21 7-Craig Terence WHITSON (16.7.1970) 71191 22 7-Rosemarie Tracy WHITSON (15.11.1971) 71191 3 6-Patricia Beverley WHITSON 11.7.1945 Johannesburg m sp-Henry BRANFORD (21.4.1940). 3 children. 1960 Vereeniging 50km southwest of Johannesburg. 2017 Seapoint, Capetown. 71191 31 7-Beverley BRANFORD (18.4.1967) 71191 32 7-Gary Sean BRANFORD (31.8.1968) 71191 33 7-Ashley Dale BRANFORD (14.11.1969) 71192 5-Eva Mary Ethel WHITSON (5.7.1914-13.3.1983) m1 sp-Ronald Charles KINGMA (b Robben Island d 11.3.1943). He was a flying instructor in the South African Air Force and was in a Tiger Moth when it got into a spin. The pupil survived but he was killed. 2 children. NOTE In 1995 no KINGMA in Queenstown ph book; some in Jo'burg but no G. m2 sp-William TEMPLEMAN. 1 child. 71192 1 6-Geoffrey Wayne KINGMA b 31.5.1941 Capetown. Mechanical engineer. Emigrated from Capetown to Canada in 1968. Cycled 5000 km Vancouver to Toronto in 2002 & 1000 km in NZ in 2005! *2004 gkingma"att"interlog.com Toronto, Canada. Contact made 18.2.2004. 2017 gkingma"att"gmail.com # A source for this branch. m sp-Ruth Margaret HAMPSON b 24.10.1942 2 sons. 71192 11 7-Graham Robert KINGMA (10.10.1969) 71192 12 7-Neil Charles KINGMA (26.9.1972) 71192 2 6-Jennifer May KINGMA b 1.5.1943 d June 13, 2015 m sp-Stanley STEYN. 1 boy. 1 girl. NOTE A very common surname there. 71192 3 6-Robert TEMPLEMAN b 21.9.1954 d sept. 2008. 71193 5-Sydney (Thomas) WHITSON (9.2.1920-1955) Served in WW2 in Italy in 1945. m sp-Eileen She had 3 children by her first marriage. 1 child, 711931 6-Margaret WHITSON 711(10)? 4-Lucretia Agatha WHITSON (c1892-30.4.1906 Queenstown age 14 yrs) Died from Enteric fever. "Francis H. WHITSON, Brother" [2211 above] was present at time of death. LDS file 1886536 (Queenstown deaths 1897-1909) -GK 711(11) 4-unknown WHITSON ..........................................................712 3-Agnes WHITSON (14.11.1844 Worm, Kingdom of Hanover-1.8.1873 Belfast?)1851 with parents. Died 28.3.1916 in Belfast according to Shean McCONNELL. For years 'the gathering of the clan' was in London when she hired a hotel balcony in London for the Oxford-Cambridge boat race, and treated all the Belfast relatives to a luncheon. She was given her wedding dress of handmade Ayrshire embroidery by an uncle of Robert Louis Stevenson. After her 2nd husband's death she sold the last 3 MCGOWN farmsteads, the last for 600 pounds. m1 sp-Alexander PATTERSON (-1870). He came to Belfast on business c.1870. No issue. m2 1.8.1873 at Edinburgh to Jackson McGOWN (1835-6 at Moira Down-22.8.1902) Born 1834/5 in Kilmore according to Shean MCCONNELL. Son of John McGOWAN (1809 -1884 Belfast) farmer of Kilmore, and Elizabeth nee ELLIOT (1810-1889). Buried in Belfast Cemetery. JP, MC. Linen merchant of Belfast. 8 children, firstly 7121 4-(John) Elliott McGOWN (28.6.1874 Belfast-15.5.1907 Milton, Ontario, Canada) Served in Boer War. Single. Sel-confident and quick to make friends. "The story is that he had come into Toronto from the farm where he had been sent to live in a teetotal religious community (in Canada). The Toronto visit became a drunken one, and requiring more stimulus on the way home, he drank a bottle of cattle medicine and died agonisingly." The 2nd Boer War site http://hometown.aol.co.uk/kevinasplin/home.html gives a MCGOWAN, J. 30576, Private 60th Coy., 17th Bn. I.Y. 7122 4-`Pat'(Thomas Melville WHITSON) McGOWN (22.2.1876 Belfast-15.7.1956) Attended Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh. His brothers also went except for the youngest. He did a B.A. at Cambridge 1897 and was one of the youngest members of the Clare Rugby 15 of which he became captain, and later a Rugby `Blue' in 1896. Played for Ireland 1899 as a member of the Triple Crown team, and again in 1900. A member of the first all British Rugby 15 to tour Australia in 1899 when he visited family of 223. His father fell on hard times in the linen trade & his firm, the Springfield Weaving Factory, became bankrupt. His father died soon after so the burden of maintaining his mother & young brothers & sisters fell on him. He became a partner in a well-known Belfast legal firm Shean, Dickson & McGown, in High St, Belfast. They became the MCCONNELL family solicitors. Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Ireland. WWl: in 1915 he joined the Royal Army Ordnance Corps becoming a major, DAQMG, mentioned in Despatches, served in Salonika. Soon after demobilisation he was found to have tuberculosis. He eventually recovered but was never able to work full-time again. During WW2 1939-46 he was chairman of the Wycombe Rural District Council & took an active part in village affairs - School Manager, Sports Club, Village Hall, evacuees, etc He & Dora were able to live in reasonable style & comfort at Wood Furlong. Began memoirs 1954. Blind 1955. He was governor of Wyccombe Abbey girls school. When blind he had a line round his large garden to guide him. Melville (7127 3) and Shean (7123 11) have copies of his memoirs, including photos. m 12.12.1912 at St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh sp-Dora May THORNTON b 8.5.1888 Edinburgh d 25.2.1984 High Wycombe, Bucks. From a wealthy rubber goods manufacturing family, she inherited a share of the capital of the Thornton sports shop founded by her father at 78 Princes St, Edinburgh with branches in Leeds & Belfast. When Melville's retinas were detached & he became blind she became his eyes. They would solve The Times crossword puzzles with expertise. Even in her 90s she was a devoted rugby fan. 72351 stayed with them in 1946 while she was in the N.Z. Army. They lived at "Wood Furlong", Bledlow Ridge 311, High Wycombe, Bucks., England. They would spend Xmas and holidays with their 2 children at Glen Dhu with their Aunt Lisa MCCONNELL 7123. "For many years she and Pat were faithfully served by Violet VINCE, whose mother had been in service with several titled families. Violet was a person of great character & intelligence. The McGOWNs gave her a house in Bledlow Ridge but found it too lonely & chose not to retire but to spend her last decades cooking for Dora in Wood Furlong. Gradually the traditional distance between `mistress' & `servant' had diminished so that Violet came to eat her meals with the family. About 10 years younger than Dora, both suffered broken hip-bones in their last years in Wood Furlong, looking after each other. After Dora's death she moved back to her own house." Dora's mother's (Elizabeth King GALBRAITH) family emigrated to Tauranga about 1880 shortly before she married George Boyd THORNTON. 5.10.2016 roddy""att"annelenzyoung.plus.com wrote me: Dora May THORNTON was my mother's aunt and I knew her well. Dora May at her home Wood Furlong 1972 - thanks to Roddy.Here are some recollections from her written in 1979.71221 5-`Sis' Elisabeth (Doreen) McGOWN (13.9.1913) Single. Attended Wickham Abbey girls school. Played for Ireland in the Ladies' Lacrosse Team. Served in WW2 in Civil Defence & the ATS. Her published story "50 years on, my war" (1992) tells of her many escapades - all proper ones - in the ATS. She spent many years in social work in Kendal, London & later in High Wycombe. On her mother's death she moved to Monks Risborough. Elisabeth (Doreen) McGOWN 1928 at Wood Furlong - thanks to Roddy. She writes of her visits to her aunt Lisa's 7123: It was exciting for us children to dock at the Belfast docks after the night's crossing & be met by the McCONNELL Lanchester with their crest on the doors, & be drivenup the familiar rhododentron-flanked drive to the front door where we were told by Dear who had actually got up for the occasion we must kiss the 2 little terracotta men crouched on either side of the entrance door. ... What a breakfast, waited on by the butler and maid. Dear organised our programme. The rest of the family & some old friends, as we had lived at 28 Derryvolgie Avenue until 1922, had been alerted & we would be whisked off to one or the other ... We always went to the KINGHANs .. when Rummy, Racing Demon & Newmarket were played & a very luscious supper ... On Saturday the Meet took place. Joe was Master of the County Down Staghounds, & when Parliament was not sitting, he hunted one of his 2 horses, Duke & Nobo? They had to be big & strong to carry him. Pat always hunted too. She had a sporty little horse His Nibs that jumped everything. T rode Mono. We the guests followed in the Lanchester with Dear & a lavish lunch in picnic boxes. Des entertained Frank & me .. We golfed at Craigavad, tried to play squash, went beagling ... On Xmas night we played Murder. The house lent itself well for this as there was a back staircase in the servants' quarters. We had quizzes, charades, dinner debates. We did not sail as the boats were laid up for winter. My father was a very keen sailer & later many of the family were fanatical in this direction, especially T & Des. Sailing took place on Belfast Lough. My father owned a Fairy class boat, Fiend before we went to England which performed great feats under Des after the war. Frank, T & Des were all naval people in the war. 71222 5-Frank (McLaren) McGOWAN (1.9.1915) MD, OBE, FRCP, MRCS, surgeon. Like his father he went to Clare College, Cambridge. He qualified medically at London Hospital & served in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve during WW2, being demobilised as Surgeon Lieutenant-Commander. He was registrar at Ilford Hospital & later a consultant physician at Oldchurch Hospital, Romford. Frank (McLaren) McGOWAN near Elgin in Scotland 1974 - thanks to Roddy. m 21.8.1954 to Dr Pamela WATSON. * Rectory House, Stendon Massey, Brentwood, Essex, England. 4 children, firstly 71222 1 6-Hugh (James) McGOWN (23.6.1955-25.11.1973) 71222 2 6-Donald (Melville) McGOWN (20.5.1957) m 16.5.1987 sp-Lisa COLLIER * 1993: Lisburn 71222 21 7-Patrick James McGOWN (29.9.1990) 71222 22 7-Sophie Helena McGOWN (9.5.1992) 71222 23 7-Angus Wilson McGOWN (25.2.1995) 71222 3 6-Judith (Mary) McGOWN (8.2.1960) m 21.9.1985 sp-David HIBBS * 1993: Stondon Massey 71222 31 7-Stephen Peter HIBBS (7.12.1987) 71222 32 7-Gillian Ruth HIBBS (27.8.1990) 71222 4 6-Dr Anne (Dora) McGOWN (28.2.1966) 7123 4-Elizabeth "Lisa" McGOWN (28.9.1877 Belfast-27.8.1956), Lady McCONNELL. `Dear' to her children, `Granny Dear' to her grandchildren and `Milady' to her servants. The Dowager Lady McCONNELL was her title in latter years. At the time of her marriage she had never been out of Ireland except for her finishing- school, Miss Robinson's of Rouen. Her father's firm's bankruptcy had made her social position uncomfortable. She married when Queen Victoria was due to visit Belfast, of which her father-in-law was mayor. The reception was at her home, Merchiston. The Belfast Newsletter 26.4.1900 describes Lady Jaffe's dress & others. They honeymooned in Paris & Switzerland. She was an elegant woman with style & great presence. "Her eyes changed with light & mood from sea green to blue to violet. Her voice was husky & she had a gurgling contralto laugh. As she grew older any wrinkles in her neck were concealed by the ropes of pearls she wore. She had a monocle attached to a brooch. Just before WW1 she bought a daring evening dress slung all over with loops of pink beads & slashed knee high to reveal her shins & ankles, now in the Ulster Museum. Her great hobby was gardening. The head gardner at the family home Glen Dhu was a crabby old man called MacDONALD who lived in the Gate Lodge. His gardens to the south of the house provided food for the dining tables of several houses. Lisa had a unique aroma, Tate's Irish Violets scent. She smoked from a long holder. Her dressmaking dummies were kept with bowls of drying flowers in a very large summer house in the garden, a bungalow where the children each had a little room. As young adults they would throw parties there. The main house Glen Dhu was always full of exquisitely arranged flower vases & potpourri. Lisa went to bed at 2am. She was a board member of the Royal Maternity Hospital. Her eventual favourite & heir was her 2nd son Des 34633 . At Xmas in the late 1930s at least 24 would sit down to dinner. Her driving was eccentric & she could not reverse. After Glen Dhu was sold she moved to 14 Adelaide Park, Belfast, a large austere house close to the homes of her brothers Jack & Balfour. Her elder grandchildren remember lunches there, being waited on by the staff. By the end of her life the country had changed. The government of CHurchill whom her husband had admired & supported, had been replaced by Labour which taxed her income & her cigarettes. However she retained her own fulltime staff a cook, a parlour maid, & a chauffeur-gardner, to the end. Her grandson Angus 332312 has a tapestry she made. She attended the Coronation of King George 6. With her tiara & regal appearance like Queen Mary, she was as fine a woman as any in the palace of Westminster. Buried with her husband at Magheragall. Their home Glen Dhu was a 3 story red brick building with at least 9 chimneys. It was acquired by the McCONNELLs about 1911. At the rear was a large yard with access to kitchens & horse boxes with living quarters for the grooms. A formal footman in livery would greet visitors. Sometimes Lisa would make a grand descent down the sweeping stairs to greet guests. One of their butlers stole most of the silver ornaments including the large table centres presented to RJ by the City Corporation. Children were not allowed in the kitchen: that was the cook's domain. It was sold to become a children's home & demolished for new housing c1985. One of the monkey puzzle trees is almost the sole survivor. m 25.4.1900 at May St Presbyterian Church, Belfast to Sir Joseph McCONNELL (17.9.1877 Belfast-27.9.1942 Ruthin, Wales) 2nd Baronet,JP, DL for City of Belfast, MP for County Antrim at Westminster (U) May 1929 to Aug 1942. His estate firm managed estates for the great landed Ulster families with whom he hunted. * Quoile Quay, Downpatrick, Co. Down .......................................................................... NOTE 1: For MCCONNELL Genealogies, seethe McCONNELL Genealogy Website on the World Wide Web athttp://www.baynet.net/~tmcconnell/main.htm It gives a few descendants of Sir Robert McCONNELL "of Ballymacash,Co. Antrim". NOTE 2: The first baronet Sir Robert John McCONNELL (6.2.1853-) DL, JP, (son of Joseph McCONNELL (1829-1872) of Clougher co Antrim & Elizabeth McBRIDE) was Lord Mayor of Belfast 1900. Created Baronet 1900. See Burke's Peerage 1967. He lived at Moatlands, named because it had a Norman motte (a wattle and mud fortification). Two of the workers' houses have been remodelled and are now occupied by Angus's twins Victoria 347124 and Emma 347125 below. Debrett's Peerage & Baronetage (1990) p B 558: McCONNELL (UK) 1900 of The Moat, Strandtown, Belfast Arms - per pale azure and gules, to the dexter a ship in full sail proper, to the sinister an arm embowed and ouped at the shoulder argent, the hand grasping a trefoil slipped or, on a chief of the fourth, 3 stags'heads cabossed sable. Crest - A stag's head erased azure attired and charged in the neck with a bee volant or. [0 0-Alfred Edward McCONNELL 2nd son of 1st Bart (1880-1963) m 1919 sp-Emma (Yvonne) DOUGAL d 1957: 1 1-Rt Hon Robert William Brian McCONNELL (b 1922) educated at Sedbergh and Queen's University, Belfast (BA LLB) Bar N Ireland 1948; MP for S Antrim, N Ireland Parliament (Ulster) 1951-68; President of Industrial Court NIreland 1969-88; Privy Councillor N Ireland 1964. # Aughnahough, Lisburn, Co Antrim m 1951 sp-Sylvia Elisabeth Joyce AGNEW da of late Samuel AGNEW of Belfast 11 2-Richard Alfred b 1955 m ? 12 2-Samuel James b 1958 13 2-Helen Elizabeth b 1964 m ..] ............................................................................ 71231 5-Sir Robert Melville `Terence' or `T' McCONNELL (7.2.1902 The Moat, Belfast-3.5.1987) 3rd Baronet, educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond and St Johns College, Cambridge; Lt Commander in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve 3rd Battalion in WW2, VRD, FRICS, Estate agent in Belfast. Enjoyed riding & yachting. He served as a junior executive officer on HMS Caroline from its inauguration as a drill ship in Belfast in 1924 until he was mobilised into the navy in 1939. The Marquis of Dufferein & Ava was the 1st commanding officer with Sir Richard PIM being acting commander from 1929. In 1936 he escorted King George 6 on his visit to HMS Caroline in N Ireland. His sons Shean & Angus dressed in sailor suits were part of a welcoming party for the King & Queen. As Lt-Commander he was appointed to Kirkwall in 1939 for duties intercepting enemy & neutral shipping, & then as Asst Extended Defence Officer at Flota. Gunnery officer in HMS Renown 1940. Trawler training officer to HMS Caroline 1941. Officer in charge MTB base Portland. Invalided out of the Navy after hurting his back. After the war he raced Portavo in the Dragon Class at the Royal N of Ireland Yacht Club, Cultra, often using his wife & sons as crew. The boys had been trained as yachtsmen in Mousme, one of Cultra's Fairy class yachts in the 1930s. The family moved to Glen Dhu. Only 2 huge trees remain from its large estate, now a suburb called Glen Dhu. It had gardeners' cottages, a stable block with horses, a gate lodge and a big wing for inside staff. Later he moved to Glen Amond. The stables of the Moat were converted by Donn 34714 and Daphne to a lovely home with an entrance arch (see photo) next to the home of Rose Haselden (see photo). The Moat is now 6 flats, the billiard room with its beautiful windows (see photo) being part of 3463132 Roslyn's flat. 3463123 Fraser has another of the flats. The house has several ghosts. Flat 1 has a cat ghost and a ghost that throws pictures and boxes around. The younger children see the ghosts. 346313 Moyne has often seen a woman ghost from Roslyn's flat, mostly on the stairs. "She's very scared and hard to communicate with" so Roslyn negotiates with the ghost to stay in another room. "She's a very cold ghost - she'll come up and put a hand on you - feels like someone's opened the freezer... she instils a feeling of terror. She'd say `This is my flat' and I'd say `But it's mine now'." Says Moyne, "She won't move over and let me passed... She's tall - 6 feet - a ruff around the neck, a plainish bodice, a long skirt and frills round the wrists. ... My grandmother lived downstairs ... This house was built by Valentines about 1863 before the McConnell's." Roslyn: "She'll be here every month or 2 then go." The infamous Ulsterman Colin O'NEILL is buried next to the butler's house (photo). King William of Orange's Dutch troops camped behind the twins houses (3323124 Victoria and 3323125 Emma): 3500 died there of typhoid. Shawnberg was King William's general. The crest of Ulster is a right hand. The legend goes that Conn O'NEILL - one of the main chieftains - was racing from Scotland: whoever got there first could claim the land. He cut off his hand with a sword and threw it past the man ahead of him so he could claim it first! Later Montgomery swapped Arch Peninsula from ONEILL. ONEILL is buried in the land belonging to the Moat. m1 4.9.1928 at Derriaghy sp-Rosamund "Rose" Mary Elizabeth READE (-c1990) daughter of James Stewart READE JP of Clonmore, Lisburn, County Antrim. She taught modern maths at prep school. A schoolfriend of Twining of Twining's tea. 4 children. Divorced 1954. She remarried .. HASELDEN. Lived at Rose Cottage, Moatlands, Old Holywood Rd, Belfast 4. m2 1967 sp-Alice Ann Mary GLENDINNING (Alice, Lady McCONNELL) Daughter of the late Robert Graham GLENDINNING of Lennoxvale, Belfast, and formerly wife of - HILLIS. No children. * Pigeon Hill, Island Rd, Killyleagh, County Down 71231 1 6-(Sir Robert) Shean McCONNELL (28.11.1930 Belfast) 4th Baronet, educated Stowe, Queen's College, Cambridge (MA), Polytechnic School of Architecture and University of British Columbia (MSc); ARICS, FRTPI (Fellow of the Royal Town Planning Institute?) he was a lecturer in townplanning at University of Greenwich, London; taking an MSc in Gerontology at Kings, London Visited NZ 1976. He does not use the title. * 1994: 48 Stockwell Park Rd, London SW9 ODA, ph/fax 0171 274 6052 71231 2 6-(James) Angus McCONNELL (18.12.1933 Belfast) Estate agent for Brown and McConnell in Rosemary St, Belfast. (This firm has been in the family for 7 generations.) ed Stowe; FSVA; Captain RARO. An Orangeman like Donn, they walk "the 12th" each July 12. (The orangemen followed King William of Orange, Holland, squashing the English Catholic King James 1 in Northern Ireland.) An animal lover. m 24.9.1957 sp-(Elizabeth) Jillian HARRIS daughter of Derek Edmond HARRIS, of Sydenham, Belfast. 6 children. * 1994: Rory's Glen House, 219 Old Holywood Rd, Holywood, Co. Down BT189Q5 ph 01232 423 762 71231 21 7-Joanne Christina McCONNELL (30.6.1958 Belfast) *1994: 49 Moss Rd, Killeen, Holywood BT18 Co. Down, N Ireland -a converted farmhouse overlooking Glend Armond, Quarry Rd, Strandar built by 33231 for his family; they both overlook the city and harbour; m 30.6.1979 sp-Richard John SHOLDIS 71231 211 8-Robert James SHOLDIS (9.8.1984 Belfast) twin 71231 212 8-Jennifer Elizabeth SHOLDIS (9.8.1984 Belfast) twin 71231 213 8-Rachel (Rosemary) SHOLDIS (3.10.1987 Belfast) 71231 214 8-Christopher (John) SHOLDIS (29.6.1989 Belfast) 71231 22 7-(Terence) Reade McCONNELL (16.11.1959 Belfast) Major Royal Irish Rangers also called the Royal Irish Rifles, now called the Royal Irish Regiment in Belfast, England and overseas. *1994: 6 Rectory Lane, Barham (near Canterbury) Kent CT4 6PE ph 0227 831 497 m 12.9.1987 at Dover,Kent to Lorel Natalie WILLETT (dau. of Peter H WILLETT) 2 children. 71231 221 8-(James) Alexander McCONNELL (29.8.1989 Lisburn) 71231 222 8-Kitty (Sarah) McCONNELL (8.9.1991 Lisburn) 71231 23 7-(Edmund) Fraser McCONNELL (9.9.1961 Belfast) Degree in Biology; works in Estate Agent Office. m sp-Rosie? She has a jackdaw & a ferret as pets. *1994: Flat 2, The Moat, 132 Old Holywood Rd, Co. Down BT189Q5 71231 24 7-Victoria (Wylie) McCONNELL (7.1.1965 Belfast) (twin) degree in Biology and zoology, also works in Estate Agent Office. *1994: 106 Old Holywood Rd, Co. Down BT189Q5 71231 25 7-Emma (-Jane Wylie) McCONNELL (7.1.1965 Belfast) (twin) teaches 3-4 year olds.sp- *1994: 104 Old Holywood Rd, Co. Down BT189Q5 N Ireland ph 761 209 m 23.9.95 Daren ALAN (Newtonards) 71231 26 7-Alison "Ally" (Clare) McCONNELL (6.1.1967 Newtonards, County Down) Primary teacher in Glasgow and Belfast. m 17.6.95 Ballygilbert Presbyterian Church sp-Kerry DUTTON 71231 3 6-(Elisabeth) Moyne McCONNELL (27.4.1935 Belfast) Used to ride and foxhunt until she broke her leg. People oriented. Has done birdwatching in many countries, taken a lot of care of older relatives. She was 1 girl to 9 boys: apart from her 3 brothers, she has 4 HILLIS stepbrothers and 2 HASELDENE stepbrothers. m 16.9.1958 at St Marks, Belfast sp-Robert Henry Cooke RAMSAY Jr. A mechanical engineer, he went to Tripoli, Lebanaon 1959-63 after the Suez crisis in charge of putting back the oil pipeline. Likes sailing - a good yachtie. In 1967 living at The Moat, Old Holywood Rd, Belfast. * 1994: Ardreagh, 40 Farmhill Rd, Marino, Holywood, Co. Down, N Ireland ph/fax 01232 423 054. 3 children, firstly 71231 31 7-Richard (Patrick) James RAMSAY (24.4.1960 Belfast) Good yachtsman. He has a business "Skitube & rodcase" in Strood, Rochester, Kent. * 1994: 6 Kidbrooke Park Road, Blackheath, London SE3 ph 0181 319? 1540 71231 32 7-Roslyn (Moyne) Elizabeth RAMSAY (7.4.1962 Tripoli, Lebanon) Born when her father was putting a pipeline in after the Suez Crisis. Also a good yachtie. Went to Strathearn Grammar, Belfast as did Moyne & her sisters. (The boys went to Fettis College, a public school in Edinburgh.) Studied Higher National Diploma in Hotel Management from Haddisfield. Worked in financial consulting for 5 years in London - an "ex-yuppie"! Then went to Belfast to learn complementary therapy: aroma therapy, reflexology & Jin Shin Jyutsu - an ancient Japanese therapy for harmonising the body - like acapuncture without needles. * 1994: Flat 3?, The Moat, 132 Old Holywood Rd, Co. Down BT189Q5 N Ireland ph 01232 768 3151 m sp-Major I John FLACKETT *2002: IRGR, Tuker Lines, Seria, Brunei BFPO 11, London. Tel 00673 3 333 166 roslynflackett"att"hotmail.com 71231 33 7-Magnus (Robert Neale) RAMSAY (5.2.1967 Belfast) (Named after the viking Magnus Barefoot who came to N Ireland & went up a river. While they celebrated their victory the tide went out & stranded their boats, so the Irish slaughtered them.) Has a BA in business studies & marketing from Portsmouth. Worked in marketing. Very outgoing & friendly. 71231 4 6-(William) Donn McCONNELL (30.6.1938 Belfast) educated at Stowe; a farmer & Lisburn City Councillor since 1993: he is on the planning, crime, water, police liason, & public works committees. He has the John Deer Canadian tractor business. His sons Randal & Neale help with the business. He also fattens bullocks & cross-breeds. He lived at Moatlands c1952-65. m 18.9.1963 sp-Daphne (Elisabeth) SIMMS, only daughter of the late Robert SIMMS, of Grange Cresc., Bangor, Co Down, & his wife Lily nee LOGAN. * 1994: Laurelbrae, 138 Saintfield Rd, Lisburn, Co. Antrim BT27 6YN ph 846 638 214. 3 children, firstly 71231 41 7-Penelope "Penny" Elisabeth McCONNELL (28.6.1964-25.12.1970 of leukemia) 71231 42 7-(Robert) Randal McCONNELL (1.9.1966 The Moat). He works with his father with machinery for golf courses. He has a lawn-mowing business for large lawns. * 1994: 104 Creeby Rd, Lisburn BT27 County Down, Northern Ireland m 9.8.1993 sp-Sarah Annaliese KIRK daughter of Robin KIRK 71231 43 7-(Stewart) Neale McCONNELL (27.2.1972 The Moat) He has a Higher National Diploma in Business Services from Lisbon. * 1994: He lives with his parents. 71232 5-(Josephine) Patricia McCONNELL (29.2.1908 Belfast- .12.1989) m 1930 sp-John Dermot CAMPBELL DL MP (d 23.1.1945) (presumed killed in missing aircraft on mission over Italy). DL=Deputy Lieutenant of the Queen: when the Queen visits he walks after her wearing a red suit with brass buttons. Also represents the Queen on important occasions. Both Moyne's grandfathers were DLs. (There are 3 at any one time - one senior and 2 junior.) He owned the Campbell Thread Company. (His brother left half the estate to start Campbell College, a Public School, in 1894.) The estate was called Netherlea and was many acres. Its lovely gate lodges are still there. 3 children, firstly 71232 1 6-Lisa (Alice Frieda) CAMPBELL (5.10.1931) m 1956 sp-Wing-Commander Peter H. T. LEWIS, MBE, with RAF. He was an attache to British Embassy in Moscow (with MI5?). His wife met him when she was working there. * 22 Castlehill Rd, Belfast 71232 2 6-Godfrey Garrett "Garry" CAMPBELL (28.6.1934) Had Campbell linen thread business for all over the world - for shoes, finishing lines, etc; (it was taken over by the Hanson Trust and later by Eric Barfoot.) m 1966 sp-Margaret Elizabeth READ, daughter of the late Lt-Colonel JD READ,MBE. * England? 71232 21 7-Dermot CAMPBELL Killed in carcrash. m to ? 71232 211 8- CAMPBELL. A daughter. 71232 212 8-Fiona CAMPBELL 71232 3 6-Colin Walter Joseph CAMPBELL ( .5.1939) 71233 5-(Jackson) Desmond McCONNELL (12.6.1912 Belfast-1.5.1986) Lieutenant in WW2. Estate agent. m 16.1.1948 at Craigavad, Co. Down sp-Honor Muriel RAMSAY. Daughter of the late Robert Henry Cooke RAMSAY of Fairholme, Craigdarragh Rd, Helen's Bay, County Down, and widow of Squadron Leader Richard Ashton SHUTTLEWORTH, RAF. *Little Galleons, 52 Craigdarragh Rd, Helen's Bay, Bangor, co Down BT19 1UB 2 children, firstly 71233 1 6-Kathryn Fiona McCONNELL (9.12.1948) m 22.12.1970 sp-Major Anthony RANDALL/RANDEL * Langdon, Langdon Cross, Launceston, Cornwall 71233 11 7-Sophia Honor RANDALL (1971) 71233 2 6-Rory Desmond Ramsay McCONNELL (3.5.1957) Educated at Marlborough. * Ardville, Old Quay Rd, Holywood, County Down. m 19.3.1982 sp-Karen McCLEAN daughter of James McCLEAN of Bangor, County Down, & his wife Elizabeth nee HUNTER. 3 children. 71233 21 7-Jamie Desmond McCONNELL (5.5.1984) 71233 22 7-Hayley Elizabeth McCONNELL (19.1.1987) 71233 23 7-Alexandra Jane McCONNELL (29.7.1991) 7124 4-Jackson McGOWN (10.7.1879 Belfast-13.1.1952) Studied at Cambridge. Solicitor. O.B.E., Military Cross, Linen Merchant. Major in RAOC in WWl. He managed a mill at Dungannon then studied pig breeding in England & with the help of Melville 3462, he ran a pig farm, marketing prime pork, bacon & sausages. When this did not pay he went back to Ireland & ran a motor transport business called QD (Quick Delivery), nationalised in the 1930s as the Ulster Transport Co. He then started the first Ulster milkbar in Belfast. His Ulster Milk Bars were the venue of many during the 1940s & 1950s. Jack was a large bluff man who often disagreed with his sister Lisa. Lived at Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast. m 1904 sp-Katie BOSTOCK (-16.12.1962) Divorced. She returned to London.1 child, 71241 5-Moira McGOWN (24.5.1905-26.3.1989) Single. "She had about 42 cats - the cats had kittens!" She sold her Golders Green, London flat & moved to a house outside Walpole St Andrews near Wisbech where her cats could roam freely. She had large blue eyes & a tall slender figure. One of her conquests was a young funeral director whom she had summoned to her council old person's bungalow to discuss her funeral arrangements. She so liked him that she made him one of her executors "so that if I haven't enough money I'll still have a decent funeral". 7125 4-Marie McGOWN (12.5.1881 Belfast-3.10.1958) The much loved `Mammy'. She became a large plump person with an endearing gentle manner. m 14.4.1904 sp-Samuel (Marcus) KINGHAN (16.7.1880-1.5.1940) Linen manufacturer. Lived in Belfast. 4 children. (Also searching KINGHAN: . Sandy SHORTT sanfrank"att"telusplanet.net 2002 Canada; . Celia O'HAGAN celiaoh"att"aol.com 2004 1 Samuel David KINGHAN 11 Francis George KINGHAN her father 2 Henry KINGHAN from Northern Ireland . Greg WARRICK713 3-Thomas William WHITSON b 27.1.1847 Haddington d 21.4.1922 Dunedin,NZ
0 Joseph KINGHAN c1823. Labourer of Drumbig 1 Kennedy KINGHAN 1858 Wardlow Row, Belfast- 1932 Belfast. Labourer of Drumbig m 1877 sp-Elizabeth Ann TAYLOR 1860 County Armagh, dr of Jonathon TAYLOR. 7 chn 11 Kennedy, 12 Samuel David raised in Toomebridge on the shores of Lough Neagh by Sarah KINGHAN (Dowd). He was knocked down in Belfast and killed... a young man. My ggm raised Hugh, Owen, Patrick, John, Mariah, Sarah, Samuel David (my gf) and Jim and Francis George. - Celia on ancestry. 13 David,14 Alfred, 15 Emily was the fifth child, but the first girl born in 1895. 16 Annie, 17 William ) 71251 5-Nancy (Agnes Cecily Dill) KINGHAN (10.5.1905-9.12.1978 Belfast) O.B.E. Organising secretary for Ulster Gift Fund for War Hospital Supplies, serving forces and prisoners of WW2. Conservative & Unionist Party Organiser 1938-71. Lived at 11 Streatham Park, Belfast BT4 2GN, N. Ireland. Her papers are held by Michael 3225 21. 71252 5-Frank (Gordon) KINGHAN (20.1.1911-before 1995) Major in R.A. in WW2. Catering Industry. O.B.E. for his work for the British Legion, Red Cross and Housing in N. Ireland. m1 5.12.1946 sp-Maureen Constance McWATTERS (-c1976). 1 child. m2 30.1.1977 sp-Yvonne MULLAN nee WILSON 71252 1 6-Michael KINGHAN (29.2.1948) B.A. Hons. from Cambridge and 1st class honours from Oxbridge. m sp-Julia MATTHEW. * 1995: Cross Roads, Back Lane, Whittingdon, Lichfield, Staffs WS 14 9NL * 2000: tel 44 1543 434638. * ISSUE - asked 15.5.95 71253 5-Muriel/Mariel (Lisa Davison) KINGHAN (7.12.1916-25.5.1994) Secretary in Royal Victorian Hospital, Belfast. Lived at Lis-na-dill, 11 Streatham Park, Belfast BT4 2GN. 71254 5-(Samuel John) Derek `Boy' KINGHAN (1.2.1921-8.7.1991) Director of Refrigeration Company. Lieutenant in RASC in WW2. m 7.9.1946 sp-Esme WEBB. 2 children, firstly 71254 1 6-Neil John Alden KINGHAN (20.8.1951) BA Hons. from Oxford & 1st class honours from Oxbridge. A senior civil servant. * England m 25.11.94 sp-Lillian TUNIMTIP? A Thai doctor specialising in child psychiatry. 71254 2 6-Elaine Stella Marie KINGHAN (21.5.1955) m sp-Andrew WATSON ISSUE - ask Shean! * England 7126 4-Frank (Waring) McGOWN (11.4.1883 Belfast-5.12.1914) Died of TB. A popular brother. 7127 4-(James) Balfour McGOWN (25.12.1887 Belfast-30.8.1960) Linen merchant. He was president of Northern Ireland Rugby & Cricket Club, Belfast. He was a buyer for linen agencies. The linen was made from flax. "Everyone was in linen." The market had been England then America & now Japan. At a certain time of year the flax was put into special canals to rot - the "retting" gave off a bad smell. The girls weaving it & walking round in water got many lung problems. He went to Melrose College, Melrose, Scotland. His brothers went to Murchiston Castle School. "A leading linen merchant, he acquired the agency of the Belgian La Societe Anonyme de la Lys on the death of JS Reade in 1934. (See `The Reades of NE Ulster' (1990). JS Reade's daughter married 33231 Sir Robert McCONNELL.) He worked for TE ELIOT & Co in New York 1909-1914 & then as buying manager for Herman Aukhan & Co. until that firm became bankrupt. He was rejected for service in WW1 because of flat feet. In his earlier years he would go to the dockside bars of Belfast to fetch home his sister's father-in- law where RJ would be buying drinks for everyone, as local politicians were expected to behave. Presient of the Reform Club in Belfast c1957. Chairman of the North Rugby Club, his abiding interest for many years. An international rugby referee. m 1922 sp-Blanche RAMSAY (1900-1967). The beautiful sister to Harry & aunt to Honor (wife of 34633 ) and to Rob RAMSAY (who married 346313 Moyne). At 17 she gave her age as 18 so she could enrol as a driver in 1917 in WW1, becoming one of the early woman war drivers. She had also been one of the earliest `girls' to drive in Ulster, taught on her brother's motorbikes. She became war driver to Brigadier General CRITCHLEY & danced in the mess several times with Albert Duke of York, later King George 6. `What did you talk about?' her son used used to ask. `You don't talk when you dance' she retorted, adding `He wasn't very tall.' She had a golfing handicap of 9. 3 children, firstly 71271 5-Valerie Blanche McGOWN (1924-1928) 71272 5-Sonia Elizabeth WHITSON McGOWN (22.8.1928) m 7.6.1952 sp-John Harry SCRUTTON. FRICS. 4 children. * 1994: Hatch Cottage, Godden Green, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 0JR ph 01732 762 197 71272 1 6-Robert John Melville SCRUTTON (2.4.1953) BSc,MA,ACMA,CMA. He works for Zurich Insurance Canada. Single * Canada 71272 2 6-Rosalind Sonia SCRUTTON (26.3.1955) BA Hons, Cert.Ed. (London) m 4.5.1985 sp-Nicholas John Dixon CHARD. A farmer. 5 children. * 1995: Sepham Farm, Otford, near Sevenoaks, Kent. 71272 21 7-Sarah Rosalind Naters CHARD (28.1.1987) 71272 22 7-Elizabeth Annie McGown CHARD (9.1.1988) 71272 23 7-Caroline Margaret Ramsay CHARD (20.6.1990) 71272 24 7-Georgina Sonia WHITSON CHARD (8.4.1992) 71272 25 7-Rebecca Helen Dixon CHARD (8.4.1992) 71272 3 6-Mark James SCRUTTON (14.4.1960) BA, MB, BS, FRCA. m 18.9.1993 sp-Joanna HORNER MCSP *1995: 6 Pratt Walk, London SE11 6AR. 71272 4 6-Caroline Mary SCRUTTON (2.7.1963) m 28.4.1984 sp-Malcolm John Binyon ROBERTS. Stockbroker. 3 children. * 1994: Hillsmead, Godden Green, Sevenoaks, Kent. 71272 41 7-Iona Caroline ROBERTS (27.3.1987) 71272 42 7-Frederick Harry Binyon ROBERTS (1.3.1989) 71272 43 7-Charles Edward Scrutton ROBERTS (3.3.1993) 71273 5-Melville (Ramsay) McGOWN (11.12.1931) He continued his father's linen business. Had a brilliant memory & a gift for mimicry. m 1957 sp-Stephanie MAYNE. 2 children. * 1994: 128 Killynure Rd, Carryduff near Balleygarn near Belfast. ph 812 415 71273 1 6-Dawn Marguerite McGOWN (30.6.1958 Belfast) m 16.9.1994 sp-Brian Charles PAYNE 71273 2 6-Dahny Justine McGOWN (22.3.1965 Belfast) 7128 4-Beatrice Louise McGOWN ( .2.1890 Belfast-5.12.1891) Burned to death when her nightdress caught fire.http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=60547 gives: Thomas William WHITSON b 1847 Haddington near Edinburgh d at 75 21.4.1922 bur 22.4 plot 23 plot 194 Northern cem., Dunedin. A secretary. Resident of 582 George St. 47 years in NZ - so he came out 1875. Also there are [his wife] In loving memory of Isabel Hay, loved wife of TW WHITSON, b 1848 London d 1.7.1905 Dunedin,  Forrestina Muriel, loved wife of Captain JGS DOORLY d Aug 1933,  In loving memory of Lilian MH WHITSON d 18.1.1949. Low 'book' stone. Concrete surround, wood chip cover. 1851 with parents. Business training in Edinburgh and London. Came to Dunedin 1875. 1891-1911 Secretary of Union Steamship Co., which he joined in 1879.http://www.angelfire.com/az/nzgenweb/ussco.htmlClick here for more on the USS Co.A founder and Vice-pres. of the Dunedin Shakespeare Club, whose study he directed. (See the memorial tree and plaque he planted in the Shakespeare Garden, Dun. Bot. Gardens) Had a great library, in his home `Rosebank', 582 George St., Dun., and the first? grand piano in Dunedin. Wrote `A Cruise in the Islands: Tonga Samoa, Fiji,' Dunedin, Wilkie (1895) 39pp - held in Beaglehole Room, Vic. Univ. A photo of their home (& them?) is on p14 of `Dunedin, a pictorial history' (1993) Cant. Univ. Press by David JOHNSON. Wise's PO Directories: 1883-93 (initially as clerk), George St, Dunedin; 1892-3 sec. USS Co of NZ, Water St, Dunedin; 1894-5 same but at Heriot Row; 1900-08 same but at 334 George St; 1912 same but at 582 George St; 1917-22 582 George St. Geraldine says that after he lost his leg his man-servant would wheel him daily to Woodhaugh Gardens, George St to sit in the sun. Died of 3 years diabetes and 3 months gangrene. (He lost his leg earlier). Buried with his wife, daughter Lillian 3232, sons 3231 & 2236 Douglas and granddaughter 2234 1 Geraldine WILSON's ashes in the Northern Cemetery, Opoho, Dunedin: http://www.southernheritage.org.nz/northerncemetery This gives their locations in the cemetery & bios by 34644 2 IJ. Also there is the unrelated Captain John W WHITSON: for his family see 5.1 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kitwithers/whitson/whitsonall.html TWW thanks to Roger WILSON.TWW thanks to Roger WILSON.Another of TWW thanks to Roger WILSON.TWW at Rosebank thanks to Roger WILSON.TWW at Rosebank thanks to Roger WILSON.TWW on a ship thanks to Roger WILSON.TWW with Ina thanks to Roger WILSON.Tombstones of TWW & wife Isabel, and Ina in N Cem., Dunedin thanks to Roger WILSON.m 2.8.1876 at Dunedin sp-Isabella (Hay) GRANT b 1848 London d 1.7.1905 Dunedin at 57, bur 2.7 with husband Lot 23 block 194 Northern cem, Dunedin. Her 1871 shipboard diary is in the Hocken Library, and a copy (typed by me) in Turnbull Library, Wellington. (I was given the diary by Sol, widow of her son Douglas.) Fire destroyed the top floor of their house, and many treasures, including a pen given to him by Robert Louis Stevenson with which he had written `Treasure Island' and much of his work. They stayed with Stevenson at his home Vailima in Apia, Samoa (now the home of the Head of State, Malietoa). Their home was a centre for the arts, and many people from the theatre, stage and musical circles stayed with them including Stevenson and Grace Palotta who in 1946 was the last living member of the once famous `Gaiety Girls'. 6 children. Re GRANT diary contact matthew_c_robinson"att"merck.comThis photo of Isabella GRANT was sent me by 7135 11 Nick MAYLOR 31.8.2008.1907 Grandmother and -father Whitson with Winnie, Ina and Lilian.jpg1895. Gt Grandmother Whitson, Winnie, Grandfather Thomas Whitson, Grandmother Isabella Whitson with Rosaland, Lilian, Gt Grandfather Grant. In front Ina, Douglas, Gt Grandmother Grant.7131 4-Douglas Gordon WHITSON (1877-10.10.1877) A twin. Buried in the Northern Cemetery, Opoho, Dunedin. 7132 4-Lilian (Mary Hay) WHITSON b 1877 d 18.1.1949 Dunedin. Buried with her parents. A twin. Single. papers past - New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVI, Issue 23378, 21 June 1939 Miss Lillian Whitson of Dunedin, who has been spending several weeks with Mrs. Edgar Elliott of Remuera Road, returned to the south by tho limited express last night. papers past - Auckland Star, Volume LXX, Issue 241, 12 October 1939 Miss Lilian Whitson, of Dunedin, is staying with her sister, Mrs. Edgar Elliott of Remuera. She was "eccentric, absent-minded, fiercely independent with a heart as big as she was'. She developed diabetes - but saw no sense in being miserable on her prescribed diet, so it was not unusual to find little caches of forbidden cream cakes hidden about 'Rosebank'". Wise's PO Directories: 1935-40 Mrs Liln, 582 George St, Dunedin; 1946-51 Mrs Lln, 763 George St. Buried as Lillian at the Northern Cemetery, Lovelock Av., Opoho, Dunedin with her parents. 7133 4-Winifred (Isabel) WHITSON (23.7.1880- .4.1974 Dunedin) Went to England at 18 for a degree in music. After he died, she returned to Dunedin living at 83 Stafford St, then Glamis Hospital until she died. Geraldine inherited her grand piano. m sp-Captain John James CAMERON (c1873 Scotland-1948 London) Son of Davina Walker CAMERON. A captain of the NZ Shipping line, he commanded the `REMUERA' for 25 years and hence was known as `Father of Pitcairn Island' of Tin Can Mail fame. They lived in Woodlands Rd, Barnes, London. He roped off part of the deck when he found Lillian talking to his officers! Their only child died at age 2. LOST! This photo of Winnie and "J.J." appeared in the Evening Post 22.10.1938: "Captain J.J. CAMERON, R.N.R., and his wife, photographed on board the RANGITIKI, on which they arrived this week on a holiday visit to the Dominion. Captain Cameron was formerly one of the best known of all the NZ Shipping Company's masters. Mrs. CAMERON is a New Zealander with relatives at Dunedin." - Courtesy of CAMERON relative Ben WALKER of Hoboken, New Jersey bhoytwalker"att"gmail.com 4.9.2010. 71331 5-Isabel Evelyn CAMERON (1918-1920) Choked with croup aged 2 and died. 7134 4-`Ina' (Forrestina Muriel) WHITSON (20.2.1878?-1933 Melbourne) m 18.11.1908 Dunedin sp-Captain (James) Gerald Stokely DOORLY (1880 Port of Spain, Trinidad - 1954 Wellington) Son of a clergyman Canon Wiltshire DOORLY of San Fernando, composer of hymns, & Jane, known for her singing as "the nightingale of the West Indies". Dux of the Thames training ship the Worcester, a mercantile college for the merchant navy. He & Lt ERG EVANS designed the sledge flag erected at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica (now at the Mitchell Library, Sydney) when he rescued SCOTT. Dorothy has a copy. His address was then 26 Lambert Rd, Toorak, Melbourne. Author of `The Voyage of the Morning', `The Handmaiden of the Navy', `In the Wake' as well as `The Songs of the "Morning" ', a steam yacht in which he went to Antarctica to rescue SCOTT. Edited the `Blue Peter'. They moved to Melbourne in 1925, - Queensford at the mouth of the harbour for a year then Williamstown. He was a harbour pilot there. (When Ina died he remarried Bertha - no issue). 2 children, firstly 71341 5-Geraldine (Winifred) DOORLY (b 8.8.1913 Dunedin d 9.5.1997 Dunedin) Attended Melbourne C of E Girls Grammar School for 5 years, then Art School in Melbourne until Ina died. Then she moved to Dunedin to marry. See "Geraldine - a celebration of 80 years 193-1993, a bardic festival for her 80th birthday" 1993,37 pages of songs, photos and tributes by family & friends. * 1995: 1014 George Street, Dunedin ph 03 473 0620. m 8.8.1934 St Peter's C of England, Willis St, Wellington sp-Charles (Grigor) WILSON (25.3.1906 Dunedin-14.9.1983 Dunedin). Solicitor. They lived at 40 Gladstone Rd 1936-50 then 68 North Rd until Captain DOORLEY died then built a house at 1020 George St. 3 children. 71341 1 6-(Charles) Gerald (Stokely) WILSON (30.9.1936 Dunedin) Solicitor. m 24.2.1962 Knox Church, Dunedin sp-Valerie Anne SOUTH (29.9.1934 Dunedin). Activities officer for St Barnabas, a C of E old people's home. * 1995: 68 Passmore Crescent, Maori Hill, Dunedin. Phone 03 464 0781. 3 children, firstly 71341 11 7-Andrew (Gerald) WILSON (5. 6.1968 Dunedin) Carpenter. Worked in Australia. * 1995: 68 Passmore Crescent, Maori Hill, Dunedin. Phone 03 464 0781. m 26.2.2000 St Martin's C of E, Clyde sp-Leah Beverley HOPKINS (Dunedin) *2000: 433 Pinehill Rd, Dunedin. 71341 12 7-Michael (Charles) WILSON (l2.3.1970 Dunedin) Apprentice mechanic. * 1995: 68 Passmore Crescent, Maori Hill, Dunedin. Phone 03 464 0781. 71341 13 7-Philippa (Mary) WILSON (6.11.1972 Dunedin). Nursing in Hamilton. * 1995: 3 New Street, St. Kilda, Dunedin. *2000: Cambridge. 71341 2 6-Elisabeth (Beatrice Mary) WILSON b 24.5.1938 Dunedin d 7.9.2018. She did an M.A. in French then taught German at Otago University and French & German at night class. 1973-76 school Librarian and school orchestra. 1977-90 Librarian at Picton & violinist for Blenheim Orchestra. 1981 she had a stroke then attended 5 counterstroke conferences. N.Z. Penwomen's Club - 4 prizes for short stories, radio plays & poems. She did broadcasts for concert program. Archivist for Picton Union parish. 2017 She is now living at Leslie Groves Hospital, Wakari, Dunedin. m 12.12.1959 Dunedin sp-Ross (Macfarlane) ELLIFFE (b 11.10.1936 Auckland d 1.3.2013 Picton) Maths. teacher and Dept. Head at Waiopehu College, Levin in 1976. Headmaster at Queen Charlotte College 1977. 3 children. 1995: 25a Leicester St., Picton ph 03 573 6776 2011: elliffe1"att"xtra.co.nz 71341 21 7-Douglas (Mark) ELLIFFE (9.6.1961 Dunedin) Ph D in Psychology (Auckland). 2011: Assoc. Professor & Head of Psychology Dept., University of Auckland. His wife is also on the staff there. This is the 27th-ranked Psych Dept in the world & the highest-ranked of all the Science Depts at U of A. For more see http://www.psych.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/douglas-elliffe http://www.psych.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/home/about/our-staff/academic-staffThis photo of Doug is from his website. - NOT FOUND2011: d.elliffe"att"auckland.ac.nz 889 Scenic Dr, Swanson, RD1 Henderson, Auckland m sp-Brenda LOBB nee CORNE (5.2.1950 Whangarei) No children. 2 children by her first marriage. 71341 22 7-Judith (Dorothy) ELLIFFE (11.6.1963 Balclutha) B.A. in Maths & Music at Dunedin. 1984 teachers Training College Dunedin, 1985 taught maths at Taieri High School Dunedin, 1986-87 taught maths at Kelston Girls High School. 'We moved to Wellington, then to Marton. I continued to teach mathematics at Whanganui High School, where I became Deputy Principal. We moved to Dunedin in 2012 to take up appointment as Principal of Bayfield High School. 2017: Ged and I live at 396 High Street, Dunedin Central.' m 1983 Dunedin sp-`Ged' Gerald Francis FORBES (02.8.1958 Dunedin). In Wellington Ged was Contracts Manager with the Fire Service. 1997: "Ged is working in Marton for PEC(NZ)Ltd as a Project Manager leading a development team working on Cardax security systems. I am working for Presbyterian Renewal Ministries as Administrator. The two older kids are attending a little country school with just four classes, and we are thriving on it all! It is wonderful to have more space and to get away from the city hustle and bustle." 1994: 6 Thurleigh Grove, Karori, Wellington * 1997: 27 Pukepapa Road, Marton, ph (06) 347?-4447 2007-11: forbesfamily"att"xtra.co.nz 3 children, firstly 71341 221 8-Christopher James Elliffe FORBES (13.1.1987 Auckland) 2017 Chris and Rosanna are living in San Jose, California where he is working for Google as a graphics driver software writer. m 10.1.2009 Wanganui sp-Rosanna Joy CARTER 2011: She is an early childhood teacher. Their wedding photo. 71341 222 8-Emily Frances Elizabeth FORBES (3.3.1990 Auckland) m 2014 sp-Bevan WILLIAMS. 2017 living at Red Beach, Whangaparoa. Bevan runs a roofing and waterproofing business, and Emily is studying medicine at Auckland University after some years teaching ballet and jazz dance on Auckland's North Shore. 71341 2221 9- Their first child (a son, likely to be named Atticus) is due late 2017. 71341 223 8-Jonathan Timothy Edward FORBES (8.3.1994 Wellington) 2017 living in London. Involved in online publishing of books and music. Has completed post-graduate diploma at UK National Film and Television School. 71341 23 7-Martin (Charles Macfarlane) ELLIFFE (4.5.1965 Balclutha) Worked 1995 at Knutsford, Cheshire as a computer programmer for Barclay's Bank. He received his secondary school education from Queen Charlotte College in Picton, and has since gained Bachelors degrees in Computer Science from Canterbury University and Victoria University of Wellington, and a D.Phil. in 1996 in Computational Neuroscience from the University of Oxford (with a thesis entitled "Neural Networks for Invariant Pattern Recognition") with a small number of academic publications. Martin has inter-mixed academic and commercial pursuits, with his business experience including 6 years with Milburn NZ Ltd in Christchurch (including 4+ years as Data Processing Manager) and independent Information Technology consultancy in both New Zealand and Europe (UK; Germany). He presently works for Alpheus Solutions Ltd (http://www.alpheus.com), a supplier of IT consultancy to predominantly European clients. From December 1999, Martin has lived in Auckland with partner Jennifer HICKS (a British surgeon). They are both outdoor enthusiasts, with considerable experience in many ball sports and "getting away from it all", and a growing passion for water-based pursuits. They continue to travel frequently, both for work and play, and have a keen interest in food and wine. 2000: 1/221 Tamaki Drive, Kohimarama, Auckland 1005. #2015: 18 Rangitukehu St, Ohope (Bay of Plenty) 3121, tel 07 3124321. Martin.Elliffe"att"gmail.com 71341 231 8-James Ross ELLIFFE b 3rd January 2005, Nelson 71341 232 8-Alison Jill ELLIFFE b 9th February 2007, Christchurch 71341 3 6-Roger WILSON (23.10.1946 Dunedin) Attended John McGlashan College, Head Prefect & Dux 1963. MA (Hons) in German (1968) and French (1969) from Otago University. Postgraduate study in German at Universitat Zurich with Swiss National Scholarship, Nordwestdeutsche Musikakademie Detmold & Staatliche Musikhochschule Rheinland, Cologne, Germany. Self-employed concert & opera singer. Private teacher, broadcaster, writer, translator. Polytechnic tutor. Former asst. lecturer at Otago Univ. He has his grandparents' family photos & the grand piano that his mother Geraldine inherited. See Music in New Zealand, Winter 2000, p5 & 44 for 2 photos. m 11.10.1975 Cologne, West Germany sp-Gillian Margaret BIBBY (31.8.1945 Lower Hutt). Otago Girls High, B Mus (Hons) 1969, MA (1st class hons) 1970 from Otago Univ. Rheinische Musikschule, Cologne, Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik und darstellende Kunst, Berlin, Technische Universitat Berlin, Univ. zu Koln, Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik, Cologne, Germany. Self-employed composer, pianist, piano teacher. Polytech tutor, occasional university lecturer, journalist. Mozart Fellow Otago Univ. 1976-77, Past President NZ Composers Assocn, Natl vice-pres. NZ Suzuki Assocn, formerly natl executive Gifted Children's Assoc., Instit. Reg. Music Teachers committee. Churchill Fellow 1992. 2008 General Editor and contributor to Sunrise, a volume of piano music by NZ composers. 2 children.On 31.10.2002 they released "The Songs of the Morning" on CD "Music, stories &poems ... written during the voyage of the SY Morning ... in 1902 ... by Lt Gerald S DOORLY, JD MORRISON & Ernest SHACKLETON" Roger WILSON baritone, GIllian BIBBY piano, with narrators Grant TILLY, Peter VERE-JONES, Charles WILSON & the Morning Glories. Proceeds to historic Antarctic huts. * 1995-2002: 86 Maida Vale Road, Wellington. Ph. 04 970 3451 Their email 2017 is email@example.com 71341 31 7-Miranda Clare WILSON (11.5.1979 Wellington) Roseneath School, Wn. E Girls College. Cellist, singer coprincipal Sanyo Wn. National Youth Orchestra. In 1987 she wrote in to TVNZ Win a Wish competition and got to conduct the Christchurch Youth Orchestra on TV aged about 9! From the flyer for her benefit concert 1.7.99 at St Andrew's on the Terrace: `one of NZ's most outstanding cellists', `a most accomplished player-The Dominion, `A remarkable expressive performance'-City Voice; `took the medal for the highest mark in NZ in Grade 8, was awarded the LTCL diploma, a national finalist in the Westpac Chamber Music Competition, and gave an acclaimed performance of Elgar's Cello Concerto with the Wellington Sinfonia following a win in their concerto competition. At 16 began study at Victoria University winning the Ella Wilson scholarship from the Federation of University Women and the Jerry Wise Schol. of the Recording Industry Assn of NZ. In 1998 she joined the class of celebrated cellists Ivashkin and Pavlutskaya at Canterbury University, was awarded the Harry Ellwood Schol. for the top performance in her year and was a prize-winer in the Christchurch International Chamber Music Festival. In 1999 she purchased a new cello by G Michel of France, was Principal Cello in the National Youth Orchestra and graduated B.Mus from University of Canterbury. 2001 Master of Music with Distinction under Mme PAVLUTSKAYA at the University of London, and in 2002 began doctoral study as a Fulbright Graduate Student with Phyllis Young at the University of Texas. 2003 International Peace Scholarship and a New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women Fellowship. She graduated DMA in 2005. She has performed many times in New Zealand, the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA. She participated in a recording of Sofia Gubaidulina's cello music (Chandos 9958), of which The Strad (February 2002) wrote "It is difficult to imagine performances of such sensitivity to mood and atmosphere not to say bewitching technical mastery being improved upon", and which Gramophone ( 2002) described as a marvel of co-ordination, as well as an astonishingly wide range of instrumental colour. She also has taught a large studio of Suzuki cellists, ages 4-44. -2003.Since 2006 she has been cellist in the Tasman String Quartet which was Graduate String Quartet at the NZ School of Music, then awarded a 2 year residency at the University of Colorado in Boulder under the guidance of the Takács Quartet. The TSQ has toured several for Chamber Music NZ and has won prizes in several American and Australian competitions. They are currently (2009) in residence at the Champaign-Urbana campus of the University of Illinois. 2013: Assistant Professor (Cello and Double-bass) at the University of Idaho. mirandawilson"att"gmail.com m 8.8.2010 sp-Sean Mitchell BUTTERFIELD of Salida, Colorado. They then moved to Moscow, Idaho. 1 daughter b 2011. 71341 32 7-Charles Alfred Lawrence WILSON (12.1.1982 Wellington) Roseneath School, Wn. College. Violinist, concert & opera singer, dedicated cricketer. 1997 - 8 lived in Lezo, near San Sebastián, Spain as an exchange student. Attended University of Auckland 2000 - 2005, graduating B.A. 1st class hons and M.A. in Spanish. Auckland College of Education 2007, appointed teacher of Spanish and English, Rongotai College Wellington 2008 - txarli82"att"gmail.com 71342 5-Dorothy (Whitson) DOORLY (10.2.1919 Dunedin-1.4.2000 Wellington) Dorothy lived in Melbourne from age 5 to 18 where she attended the Church of England Girls Grammar School and Stott's Business College. When Ina died, her father remarried. She lived with Aunt Lilian from age 18 to 20. In 1941 she returned to Dunedin, and in 1950 to Wellington. Separated. Bachelor of Music degree from Victoria. Diploma NZLS, ANZLA. Secretarial & journalism positions 1937-41. Librarian at Wellington Teacher's College, Ministry of Works, Inner London Authority, Govt Depts National Library, reference librarian at Victoria University 1968-85. Wellington Chamber Music Society, CANZ, president of IAML 1983-86, board member NZ National Music Council 1980-89, QE2 Arts Council committee for an NZ music centre 1990, NZ vice-president of Intl Assocn of Music Libraries 1970-73, founded NZ division 1974. Publications include Music for amateur choirs & orchestras in NZ (Wellington National Library Service 1960), Biblio' of NZ Marine Zoology 1769-1899 (DSIR Bulletin 148 1963), Orchestral scores: a finding list of performing editions with parts (NZLA 1978, 1984), Directory of NZ music organisations (Music Cncl of NZ 1983,1986), the songs Kowhai & the Sea Child in `Kowhai' (NZ Music Centre 1994 SOUNZ). Awarded APRA/RNZ prize for NZ song 1958, WCC compositions prize 1958, APRA cert. of honour 1980 for outstanding services in the cause of music, Lilburn Trust grant 1991, Philip Neill memorial prize for composition (Otago U 1959). (Some of this is from The NZ Who's Who Aotearoa (1992) ed. Alister Taylor.) See also p328 of the International "Who's Who in Music" (14th Edition 1992). Ph D Theses in Progress at NZ Universities 1979 (with Barbro McNamara, Wellington 1980). Author of `A grandmother's story' (1994), a 738 page autobiography.Here is Anna's speech for Dorothy's 80th birthday function held 14.2.1999 in the restaurant at the top of the cablecar, Wellington.
And here is a song for the same occasion by Roger WILSON.
And another song by Elisabeth ELLIFFE for Dorothy's 80th birthday function which we also sang at her wake at their home, together with some of the stories about Dorothy which the family recounted at the wake.
Shanti made her a quilt for her 80th each square with the names of a friend. Her children as adults: left to right: Anna, Stephen and Jane. A great shot of Dorothy - this one featured on her funeral program. This article in the Western News 5.6.1998 p3 with photo records her being awarded the MNZM (Member of the NZ Order of Merit - formerly called the MBE). She has been called the 1st significant NZ woman composer. Some references: "Dorothy FREED, Pioneer of music librarianship in NZ" by Jill PALMER p64-68 of "Pontes Artes Musicae 46". (This article was first published in Crescendo No 10 1985 & revised 1998. It includes a full page photo of her by WOOLF after her investiture 1998 as MNZM.) "Travails with my aunt" by Roger WILSON, Music in New Zealand, Winter 2000, p4-6 with 2 photos. * 1995-2000: 48 Standen Street, Karori, Wellington m 19.11.1940 Wellington sp-William lan FREED (Poland-1970 London). 3 children, firstly 71342 1 6-Jane (Alison) FREED (29.5.1941 Wellington) Professional violinist with NZBC; Covent Garden 1972. 1975: Deputy leader of BBC N. Ireland Orchestra, Belfast. 1997: received a 6 months Scholarship Study Award to Mexico, NY, Canada, London and Scotland. With Jennifer. * 1995-2008: 17 Mallam St., Karori, Wellington 6005. Phone: 04 938 8175 janefreed"att"paradise.net.nz By Michael NOURI an American filmstar, 1 child: 71342 11 7-Jennifer (Jane) FREED (24.2.1976 Brighton, England) Karori Normal? then Nelson College. Studied drama at Carrington Poly., Auckland 1995. 2004 played a jealous wife in "Shortland St". *2009: liberata76"att"yahoo.com 71342 2 6-Anna (Maria) FREED (6.11.1943 Dunedin) Studied arts at Wellington Polytech. Lived in Europe 1964-73, Wilderland at Whitianga, 1973 Hokianga 1974. Anna and children: left is Shanti, right is Ngahuia. * 1995: 5 York Street, Opawa, Christchurch Phone 03 635 6224. 1.6.2016 Photo of Anna & article, retiring as head of NZPC. 2 daughters; 1st by `Tott' FRITCH of France; 2nd by Allan GALE, a carver at Long Louis, Waiotemarama P.O., Northland. 71342 21 7-Shanti FREED (23.5.1971 Dolwyllon Mansion, near Carmarthen, Wales). She did a degree in design in London where she does theatre design. She worked at the Cannes Film Festival c1997. 71342 22 7-Ngahuia (Kaimanawa Te Ata) FREED (2.1.1975 Rawene,Hokianga) National Art School 2001-2003 BFA in Photography. 2004 a vet nurse. 2005 vet nursing in India desexing dogs and vaccinating them against rabies. 2006 living in Sydney. *2006: ngahuiafreed"att"yahoo.com71342 3 6-Stephen (Michael) FREED (22.1.1945 Dunedin) 1967-71 Australia. 1971-72 Bangkok. 1974: journalist with NZ Press Association and Reuter correspondent. 1989 with Sydney Morning Herald. *2001: 33/13 Stewart Street, Glebe Point, Sydney, NSW. Phone 00612-692-0637. Box 735, Darlinghurst NSW 2010. 2009 sfreed"att"optusnet.com.au 7135 4-Rosalind (Balfour) WHITSON (27.12.1888 Dunedin- 1970 Auckland) This photo of Rosalind WHITSON was sent me by 7135 11 Nick MAYLOR 2008. m 6.4.1921 Dunedin sp-Edgar ELLIOTT (1888 Belfast - c.1955 Auckland). He served in France and Mesopotamia in WW1. Farmed with brother James at Ohaupo until the Depression. Moved to Auckland. Became a merchant & importer. Major with 4th Field Battery Territorials in the 1930s. Colonel in charge of 22nd Anti-aircraft Regiment, Auckland in WW2. 2 daughters, firstly 71351 5-Margaret (Isabelle) ELLIOTT (12.3.1922 Auckland-15.3.2005)) Had her own business, doing management, staff selection and giving business courses. (A coincidence: in 1946 she was engaged to Peter METCALFE, now spouse to 221332!). Awarded the ONZM (Officer of the NZ Order of Merit - formerly called the OBE) in 1999 for her work for the women's group Altrusa. * work: Margaret Maylor & Associates, 192 Queen St., Box 973, Auckland. Phone 798-126 m 17.7.1948 Auckland sp-Alfred MAYLOR (1.1.1922 Kingswear, England). Marine engineer. 1 child, #2008: 207 Riddell Rd, Glendowie, Auckland. 71351 1 6-Nicholas MAYLOR (18.11.1951 Auckland) m 16.3.1985 sp-Joy Sherrell SMITH Div 2003 # 1995-2008: 7 Frangipanni Court, Montville, Queensland 4560 ph 0061 7 5442 9117 nickmaylor"att"gmail.com This photo of Christopher, Nick & Antony was sent me by Nick MAYLOR 31.8.08. 71351 11 7-Antony Daniel MAYLOR (26.2.1988) #2008 - Chef at Mooloolaba, Qld 71351 12 7-Christopher David MAYLOR (7.3.1992) 71352 5-Jean (Balfour) ELLIOTT (21.2.1926 Auckland) Trained as NZ State Dental Nurse. Later moved to Child Welfare Service, Dept of Education. Awarded the Juliette Low Scholarship to USA. 1st Travelling Trainer in Adult Leadership GGANZ. Currently ITIM Industrial Chaplain to Wattie Frozen Foods & Asahi Prepared Foods. m sp-`Jack' John Stanley ADAMS. B.Com., ACA (Victoria University). Son of Ivy Elsie COLEMAN. NZ Blue in Athletics. Flight Lieutenant with RNZAF in WW2. Prisoner of War in Italy & Germany. Took over management & ownership of Thomas ADAMS, Printers & Booksellers, Gisborne, founded in 1873 by his grandfather Thomas ADAMS. Now retired & the business sold. * 1995: 70 Iranui Rd., Haiti, Gisborne. Ph 06 867 3484. 3 children, firstly 71352 1 6-Jennifer Rosalind ADAMS (6.3.1961 Gisborne) B.Ed., Dip. Teaching (Massey University). Currently teaching art at Western Heights High School, Rotorua. Recently making alterations to her home she purchased recycled kauri timber from an Auckland business & found it came from the Albert Hotel when it was pulled down to make room for the Casino. Keeping it in the family! * 1995: Jackson's Rd, Kaharoa, Rotorua. ph 07 332 2033 m 14.4.1992 Gisborne sp-Murray MCGOVERN Technician at Rotorua Hospital, fixing electronic machines. M.Tech. Services & lifeStyle farmer. 71352 11 7-Josie Jean MCGOVERN (1998) 71352 2 6-Jonathon Elliott ADAMS (11.12.1963 Auckland) Trained as Post & Telegraph technician. Moved to Sydney & worked as a real estate agent. Enjoys scuba diving & travel. * 1995: Sydney 71352 3 6-Jeremy Coleman ADAMS (20.9.1967 Gisborne) Duke of Edinburgh Award 1986. M.Sc. Honours (Waikato University) Geophysicist with Thai Gypsum/Cadabra, Bhangkok. Keen on yachting & mountain biking. Currently (1995) in Auckland. 7136 4-Douglas (McLean) WHITSON b 1885 d 8.4.1951 Dunedin at 66. Crem. & bur 15.5 Northern cem., Dunedin, Lot 23, Block 194. Contracted malaria as Chief (Marine) Engineer on the India run for the U.S. Steamship Company. His father refused him compensation. "He had an endless stream of female admirers in his young days, and a walk along the main street with him was always impeded by a constant succession of greetings, hat-raising and courtly bows to pretty women, but he didn't get caught by one until quite late in life!" A strong swimmer he saved 2 lives, one of Henry PETERS of Brighton in 1924. 1923-7 Wise's PO Directories: engineer 282 George St, Dunedin.1907 Douglas Whitson ex RW.m 23.1.1932 Dunedin? sp-`Sol' (Gwenyth Caroli) HOTOP b 1900 d 17.10.1984 Dunedin Public Hospital at 84, crem. 19.10 ashed scattered Andersons Bay cem., Dunedin. Resident of Leslie groves Home, Dunedin. Otago Daily Times d notice: Sol, widow of Douglas WHITSON. As a widow she lived at 20a Sandringham St,St Clair. No issue.714 3-James Andrew WHITSON (27.5.1849 Haddington,Scotland-29.4.1899 Log Cabin, Canada1851 with parents. 1861 with mother. [Cf 1624 JW 1858 Haddington, East Lothian.] The Klondike,NW Passage, Canada or Alaska) Came to N.Z. Before he came to N.Z. he had run away to sea and served before the mast. See photo of him in Santiago (Chile) which became his pen- name when wooing Marion, whom he called Carina. When 22 died he took over as manager of the Albert/Whitson Brewery in Elliot St, Auckland in 1883, living at the Auckland Club until he married in 1884, the year that the brewery was sold to Mr. Ehrenfried (later to become Campbell and Ehrenfried). (Wise's PO Directory 1883-6: Andrew WHITSON & Co, Albert Brewery, Elliott St, Auckland; 1887-8: James, Wynyard St,Auckland & also JW WHITSON, brewer, Opotiki; 1894-5 James, Park Rd East, Newmarket,Auckland) Lived in Grafton. Owned? the Opotiki Brewery. In 1889 he went to Melbourne?, promised a job with the Carlton Brewery, which ended him up in Hay, N.S.W. in 1890 where Agnes was born. Returned to Auckland and because of his principles decided to find a new occupation. In 1895 went to Victoria, B.C. In 1896 he was an Accountant with British Columbia Cannery at Deas Island,Murray River, north of Vancouver. He then accepted a job as bookkeeper with a mineral exploration company at the Klondike. He died in Alaska of pneumonia? Buried in Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria, on south coast of Vancouver Island, near Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Jim WRIGHT (2241 4) has some of his letters to his wife. James Andrew WHITSON 1849-1899. "Victorians From the North....the party brought down the corpse of A T WHITSON, whose widow and four children live at 7 Clarke st, Spring Ridge, Victoria, British Columbia. Deceased died in the railroad hospital at Log Cabin about a fortnight ago, from a severe attack of pneumonia. He had been in partnership in business with Messrs J T BETHUNE and BAKER, and had spent but a short time in the North. His loss is a severe blow to his family. No other deaths are reported by the Victoria party...; May 10 - The remains of John A WHITSON, whose death occurred at Log Cabin a fortnight ago, were interred at Ross Bay cemetery yesterday. The funeral took place from the family residence, Spring Ridge, and thence to Knox Presbyterian church, where services were conducted by Rev Mr FORSTER, assisted by Rev Dr CAMPBELL and Rev W L CLAY. Pallbearers: W S DEMPSTER, W T HARDAKER, F BROOKS, F MACRAE, John A ANDERSON and R G HOWELL. May 12 - A few friends of Mrs WHITSON, whose husband recently died at Log Cabin, are endeavoring to raise sufficient funds to send her and her children home to New Zealand. Her goods and chattels will be sold by auction this afternoon at 2 at HARDAKER's auction rooms. [Colonist, 1899-05-09] - Paper: Colonist, Pub Date:1899-05-09; Collection: GeneralCollector: Leona Taylor Article Id:62749 16.9.08 via Mike casofilia"att"xtra.co.nz His relative John Andrew ANDERSON (b1842 Glasgow), was one of James' pallbearers & also moved from Scotland to NZ to Canada. Ph 07 322 2064. Mikes says that Log Cabin is believed to have been near Fraser: see http://www.whitepassrailroad.com/bennett/location.html Let me know if you download any of these files on him from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON James Andrew - Victoria, Vancouver - Broker 1899 - his will S A WHITSON, Opotiki - Brewery - has taken over on own account from Mr BATES [Penny's Brewery] - asking for instructions re taking out a licence 1889 S A WHITSON, Opotiki - Bond - returning duly filled and certified copy of manner in which the stamps are cancelled 1889 George Skipper, Opotiki - S A WHITSON has taken over the brewery from him and intends carrying on the business 1889 S Elliott, Postmaster, Opotiki - Stewart Bates, Proprietor of Brewery previously owned by Penny - concerning beer duty stamps not accounted for; Skipper - brewer who took over from WHITSON, who took over from H W Penny 1890 m 11.9.1884 Holy Sepulchre, Auckland sp-Marion Horlock SMITH b 30.6.1868 Parnell, Auckland. d 5.1.1934 at 75, buried St Stephens, Judge's Bay, Auckland with her parents & 7141 Sophia Edith & husband Ernest WRIGHT. Eldest daughter of Thomas Henry SMITH (22.11.1824 Stroud, Gloucestershire-23.9.1907 Auckland), Native Land Court Judge and Dorcas Sophia BAKER (10.4.1824 England-31.7.1875 Auckland), daughter of the N.Z. missionary Charles BAKER, CMS (5.8.1808 Paddington,Leics.-6.2.1875 Auckland) & his wife Hannah who came to NZ 1828. She was Governess for 223 whose testimonial for her is held by the WRIGHT family. (Wise's PO Directory 1883-1908: Mrs James WHITSON, 132 Grafton Rd, Auckland.) The Electoral Roll for 1896 lists her at Park Road East. Thomas's mother Elizabeth came to NZ in 1842 & worked for the MARTIN family in Judge's Bay, Parnell, Auckland for 10 years. A family reunion for the descendants of Rev Charles BAKER's 12 children was held 27/28.9.2003 - Lorna CLAUSEN lornaclausen"att"digicake.com 2003. When her mr d, her fr m2 Elizabeth Koka FULLOON. Her br, James Francis FULLOON, is an ancestor of heather-hawthorne"att"xtra.co.nz 2006. 7141 4-Sophia (Edith) WHITSON b 5.9.1885 Auckland d 8.10.1952 Auckland at 67. She and her husband are buried at St Stephen's Chapel, Judges Bay, Auckland with Marion Horlock WHITSON nee SMITH, wife of  James Andrew WHITSON. See there for more. 'In loving memory of Sophia Edith WRIGHT ... & Ernest WRIGHT d 26.7.1960 aged 79'. m 20.6.1914 Holy Sepulchre,Khyber Pass,Auckland sp-Ernest WRIGHT (1881 Dunedin-27.7.1960 Auckland). (NB Sheree IRVIN utopiahomes"att"bigpond.com 2003 is researching WRIGHT in Auckland.) 4 children, firstly 71411 5-Desmond Thomas Ernest WRIGHT (23.5.1916/15 Dunedin -4.11.1942 El Alamein,Western Desert) Killed in WW2 in a tank battle against Rommel. Single. 71412 5-`Molly' (Mary Isobel) WRIGHT (22.5.1917 Dunedin) Enjoys bridge and gardening. m 6.1.1943 St Aiden's,Remuera,Auckland sp-Phillip Cyril LAERY (25.9.1912 Featherston). Salesman. Retired 1979. They were at 29 Pukeora Ave., Remuera 5. * 1995: 62 Meadowbank Rd, Meadowbank, Auckland ph 09 521 3178. 2 children, firstly 71412 1 6-Desmond (Phillip) LAERY (14.1.1944 Auckland) Accountant. Likes sailing. Belongs to Athletic Club - does long distance running. Was at 44 Kawiti Road, Pt. England, Glen Innes, Auckland 6. Plans to set up his own chartered accountant business. * 1995: 27 Corinth St, Remuera, Auckland ph 09 520 5050 m 31.10.1987 St Marks,Remuera,Auckland sp-`Libby' Gleneth Frances Hamilton RAMSAY (24.1.1954 Guadacanal, Solomon Islands or Auckland) Lived in Masterton 5 years. Radiographer. 3 children, firstly 71412 11 7-Nicholas Ramsay LAERY (1.4.1989 Auckland) 71412 12 7-Georgina Ramsay LAERY (11.3.1992 Auckland) 71412 13 7-William Desmond LAERY (24.12.1993 Auckland) 71412 2 6-`Libby' Elizabeth Chattie LAERY (23.10.1946/45 Auckland) Ran Lizzie's Coffeebar at Karangahape Road, Auckland. Likes home decoratoring and gardening. * Since 1977: 93 Roxburgh St, Stockton,NSW 2295 ph 0061 49 281 321 OR? Henson St, Marrickville, Sydney 2204. 71413 5-Noel (Whitson) WRIGHT (27.12.1920/29.12.1919 Auckland) He was a senior executive of Neil Cropper Ltd. Retired c 1977. Likes music & bowls. m 19.1.1940 St Aiden's, Remuera,Auckland sp-(Olive) Rae McCAULEY (28.7.1918 Kaponga,Taranaki). * 18A Pukeora Ave. Remuera, Auckland 5 ph 09 520 2828. 3 children, firstly 71413 1 6-John (Whitson) WRIGHT (20.8.1949 Auckland) Dental surgeon. * 1995: 795 East Coast Bays Rd, Browns Bay, Auckland ph 09 579 3311 m 24.8.1974 St Michael's,Remuera,Auckland sp-Berta Sui Ching WU (10.9.1948 China). Separated. * Was at 5 Sidmouth St, Mairangi Bay Ph 09 479 2258. 2 daughters, firstly 71413 11 7-Felicity Ann WRIGHT (9.3.1981 London) 71413 12 7-Elizabeth Rae WRIGHT (24.10.1983 London) 71413 2 6-Gaye (Whitson) WRIGHT (29.4.1952 Auckland) Pianist. Keen on dogs. * 1995: 7 Drower Rd, Swanson, Auckland ph 09 832 3416 m 22.12.1979 Auckland sp-Michael NELSON (22.12.1941 Invercargill). Accountant. 71413 21 7-Belinda Jane NELSON (18.7.1983 Auckland) 71413 3 6-Patricia Ann WRIGHT (7.1.1955 Auckland) Professional concert & opera singer. Trained in Melbourne and London. Soprano. Has sung in competitions in London & Europe. Had the lead role in Carmen in Auckland c1992 while 6 months pregnant! m 1989 London sp-Eanna DOYLE (12.4.1957 Dublin) B.Comm. (Dublin) He is a computer aided financial accountant. He has a UNISYS computer business. They were at 154 Elgin Av, Maida Vale, London. * 1995: 39 Kohu Rd, Titirangi, Auckland ph 09 817 2347. 1 child, 2006: eanna"att"doyle.co.nz 71413 31 7-Aisling DOYLE (1993 Auckland) 71414 5-`Jim' (James Duncan) WRIGHT (18.1.1927 Auckland-17.7.1995 Auckland) He was the district manager of South British Insurance Co. Enjoyed wine-making. m 24.2.1950 St Aiden's,Remuera,Auckland sp-Sybil (Audrey) RHODES (30.9.1921 Wellington). * 1995: 657 Remuera Rd., Auckland 5. Ph. 09 524 4349. 3 children, firstly 71414 1 6-Susan CaroIyn WRIGHT (30.12.1951 Auckland) Enjoys tennis & aerobics. * 1995: 2 Beere Place, Meadowbank, Auckland ph 09 528 3304 m1 30.3.1973 St Aiden's,Auckland sp-Ross Geoffrey CARREL (26.2.1952 Auckland). Separated. They were at 657a Remuera Rd, Auckland. 2 children, 71414 11 7-Rochelle Susan CARREL (19.6.1978 Auckland) 71414 12 7-Joanna Robin CARREL (17.9.1981 Auckland) 71414 2 6-Philip James WRIGHT (23.6.1955 Timaru-10.10.1955 Timaru) Died of meningitis. 71414 3 6-Andrew James WRIGHT (12.10.1960 Auckland) Enjoys triathlons. With Air Express International, Mangere. m 29.10.1983 Presbyterian Church, St Heliers, Auckland sp-Miriam AITCHESON (6.9.1953 Auckland) 2 children. * 1995: 169 Glamorgan Drive, Torbay, North Shore, Auckland ph 09 473/403 7886 71414 31 7-Natasha Courtenay WRIGHT (27.9.1987 Auckland) 71414 32 7-Justin James WRIGHT (9.10.1994 Auckland-9.10.1994 Auckland) Died after 10 minutes. 7142 4-`Elsi' (Elizabeth McLean) WHITSON (7.1.1887 Auckland-28.3.1973 Takapuna, Auckland) m 20.11.1912 Khyber Pass,Auckland sp-Colin Sydney Martyn HAMLIN (-2.6.1976 Auckland) Grandson of James HAMLIN who went to the Bay of Islands in 1826. He attended Kings College & worked in the Union Steamship Co. Buried at Purewa Cemetery, Meadowbank, Auckland. The HAMLIN family tree (1986) is titled "1826 onwards - in the life of James and Elizabeth HAMLIN, the family tree of Elizabeth and James HAMLIN" by Job and Rhoda HAMLIN and Joseph and Elizabeth OSBORN and Rosalie-Ann NICHOLSON. A biography of James HAMLIN is "Te Hemara - James HAMLIN 1803-1865, friend of the Maoris" by HJ RYBURN, 15 Cornwall St, Dunedin, published 1979 by the author, distributed by John MCINDOE Ltd. Elsi and Colin had 4 children. 71421 5-(Colin) Deryck (McLean) HAMLIN (11.9.1913 Auckland-21.7.1987 Adelaide) m 28.12.1938 St Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland sp-`Connie' Constance Joan RESPINGER (19.12.1915 Stratford,NZ) daughter of Frank RESPINGER (*2003: tel 06 345 6575 Wanganui.) Of Swiss descent. 3 children. * 1995: 98 Sunnyside Road, Glen Osmond, Adelaide 5064, Australia.Was Ph 79-5977 71421 1 6-Georgina Constance HAMLIN (24.11.1941 Auckland) * Was at 12 Athol Ave, Tranmere 5073 South Australia. Ph 31 3147 m1 1977 Adelaide sp-Anthony John MOGRIDGE. Divorced & remarried. 2 children. * 1996: 87 Turners Av, Hawthorndee, Adelaide SA 5051 ph 08 8278 4407 m2 25.4.1975 Peyneham, Adelaide sp-Ian George HARRY. No children. * 1996: Ridge Rd, Mylor Adelaide SA 5153 Australia ph 08 8388 5591 71421 11 7-Keith Radnor MOGRIDGE (6.11.1959 Adelaide) m? sp-Jennifer *2003: near Adelaide 71421 111 8-Kristy MOGRIDGE (13.6.1984 Adelaide) 71421 12 7-Craig Andrew HARRY (9.11.1961 Adelaide) *2003: working for Santos Oil & Gas Co. m 3.3.1986 Ross Park, Adelaide sp-Julie V PARFITT *1996: 79 Third Ave, Sefton Park,Adelaide SA 5083 ph 08 8269 3607 71421 121 8-Jake Andrew HARRY (29.4.1989 Sefton Park,South Australia) 71421 13 7-Erica Louise MOGRIDGE (4.11.1967 Adelaide) 71421 131 8-Emma Louise MOGRIDGE (2.5.1986 Adelaide) 71421 2 6-Clive (Winston) HAMLIN (4.11.1945 Adelaide) m 22.5.1970 Dulwick, Adelaide sp-Margaret Anne FUSS (4.4.1950 Lameroo, South Australia). They were at12 Astral Avenue, Linden Park, Adelaide 5065. * 74 Dobell St, Indooroopa, Queensland 4068. Ph 378 9653/9663 *1996: 61 Kenmore Rd, Kenmore, Brisbane Qld 4069 ph 07 3378 9653 71421 21 7-Adam Scott HAMLIN (14.8.1971 Rose Park, Adelaide) *1996: TRY AS & KE, 32 Wharf St, Kangaroo Point,Brisbane Qld 4169 ph 07 3217 4520 71421 22 7-Natasha Teresa HAMLIN (12.5.1975 Woodville, Adelaide) m ?? 71421 23 7-Bridget Anne HAMLIN (3.1.1978 Toorak Gardens, Adelaide) 71421 24 7-Cassandra HAMLIN (24.1.1980 Adelaide) 71421 25 7-Michael James HAMLIN (12.2.1982 Adelaide) 71421 3 6-Christine Anne HAMLIN (7.11.1947 Adelaide) *2003: Unit 12,38 Nouman Terrace,Everard Park 5035 South Australia ph 293 3063 m 5.1.1984 at Glen Osmond,Adelaide? to Graeme Rayburn PHILLIPPS 71422 5-(Elizabeth) Merle (McLean) HAMLIN (3.10.1914 Auckland) *2003: retirement home m 21.11.1953 Mt Eden, Auckland sp-Murray Alexander JONES (9.9.1913 New Plymouth-2002 Dargaville). Farmed at Te Maire, Northland. 1995: 36 Colville Rd., Dargaville. 1 child 71422 1 6-Stephen (Lindsay) JONES (25.4.1958 Dargaville) 1987: State Highway 1, Braigh, Waipu, Whangarei. *2003: farm at Waipu Cove. m 4.2.1980? St Mary's, Ruawai? sp-Lynnette Mary MARTINOVICH (2.6.1957 Paparoa) 71422 11 7-Marcus Stephen JONES (9.2.1983 Dargaville) 71422 12 7-Charlotte Lucy JONES (29.8.1984 Dargaville) 71423 5-Cushla (Grace) HAMLIN (3.3.1916 Dargaville) *2003: 4 Palm Green Court, Whangaparoa tel 09 424 3056 m 20.12.1943 Devonport, Auckland sp-Sydney Frank HOVEY (16.2.1912 Plymouth, England-.9.2001 Auckland) 1987: 18B College Rd., St. John's, Auckland. 1995: 38 Tiri Rd, Manly, Auckland (Hibiscus Coast) 4 children, firstly 71423 1 6-(Evelyn) Fay HOVEY (26.11.1936 Auckland) Teacher. m .3.1988 Taupo sp-Michael Henry NEWMAN (c1927 Upper Hutt) He has children from his 1st marriage. * 1995-2003: 7 Clayton Place, Ohope Beach. Phone 07 312 4375 71423 2 6-Peter (Francis) HOVEY (9.12.1938 Auckland) Single. With Farmer's Trading Co. 1987: 536 Beach Road, Rothesay Bay. 1995: 218 Sunnyvale Rd, Glenford. *2003: 34 (or 134) Corinth Gr, Longview, Papamoa tel 07 542 0282 71423 3 6-Colin (Sidney) HOVEY (14.7.1942 Auckland) Engineer in 1987 with Wellington Regional Water Board, in 1989 with Wanganui City Council, PO Box 637, Wanganui. m 31.1.1969 at Trinity Church,Palmerston North sp-Rosemary PRATT (1.12.1946 Palmerston North). * 1995: 51 Hereford St, Wanganui ph 06 344 6197. 4 children. Firstly 71423 31 7-Richard (Sidney) HOVEY (26.11.1972 Lower Hutt) Industrial designer *2003: rich"att"oblong.co.nz m .2.2002 near Masterton sp-Bronwyn THOMSON 71423 32 7-David (Anderson Alexander) HOVEY (2/3.3.1975 Lower Hutt) m 7.7.2002 Wanganui sp-Amanda BLYTHE *2003: Mitchell St, Wanganui tel 06 343 9117 71423 32 8-Khalya Alice HOVEY (26.11.2003 Wanganui) 71423 33 7-Thomas (Russell Goodwell) HOVEY (25.1.1977 Lower Hutt) Director of Boost New Media. *2003: tom"att"boost.co.nz 2004 71423 34 7-Andrew Colin HOVEY (5.12.1983 Wanganui) 71423 4 6-Victor John HOVEY (14.4.1944 Auckland) m 18.3.1967 Baptist Church, Mt Albert, Auckland sp-Sharon MILLER (23.9.1947 Invercargill). With P.O. 1987: 28 Dolbear Street, Green Bay, Titirangi, Auckland. 2 children. *2003: 28 Monyash Rd, Manly, Whangaparoa ph 09 428 5550 shavic"att"? 71423 41 7-Deborah Rochelle HOVEY (16.2.1971 Auckland) m c1995 sp-David *2003: Melbourne 71423 42 7-Angela Claire HOVEY (19.11.1973 Auckland) *2003: Auckland 71424 5-(Agnes Winifred) `Winnie' HAMLIN (23.12.1917 Dargaville-.8.2002 Tauranga) 1995: 3/23 Matai Road, Greenlane, Auckland m 20.11.1942 Holy Trinity, Devonport, Auckland sp-`Jack' (John Carrick) PRESTON (27.9.1917 Tapanui). Separated. 1995: 37a Ascot Avenue, Remuera, Auckland then Katikati. *2003: with 2242 42 Graham below. 3 children, firstly 71424 1 6-Marie (Elizabeth) PRESTON (8.1.1946 Dannevirke) She taught obstetrics at Wellington Polytech. Plunket tutor 1985-88, then taught health and care of infants at Teachers Training College. * 1995: 3a Oldham Way, Chartwell, Wellington ph 04 479 5446 m 26.8.1967/66 St Aiden's, Remuera, Auckland sp-John (William Kitchener) ADAMS (13.3.1942 Otorahanga). Separated. He is with MOW, now MOT. * 1995: 30 Handyside St., Linden, Wellington. Phone 04 232 7875. 3 children, firstly 71424 11 7-Robert Michael John ADAMS (30.10.1968 Auckland) Computer operator for a bank. m 22.4.1995 Wellington sp-Felicity 71424 12 7-Phillip James ADAMS (19.1.1971 Auckland) An electrian. 71424 13 7-Peter Noel ADAMS (9.1.1975 Wellington) 71424 2 6-Graham Carrick PRESTON (27.7.1947 Dannevirke) Teacher. Principal then CEO of Bethlehem (Christian) school, near Tauranga. m 11.5.1967/68 Belmont, Auckland sp-Victoria MITCHELL (7.3.1949 Cambridge, UK) They were at 7 Epsom Road, Mt Maunganui. * 1995: 192 Levers Rd, Mt Maunganui ph 07 576 7393. 2 children. 71424 21 7-Catherine/Cathryn Lorna PRESTON (20.10.1968 Thames/East Coast Bays) m 18.5.1991 Mt Maunganui sp-Craig BELL. 71424 22 7-Jonathon Carrick PRESTON (22.8.1970 Thames/Hobsonville) 71424 3 6-Dennis (John) PRESTON (8.2.1952 Auckland) Technician. m 12/22.12.1974 Hamilton sp-Heather Joy GRIMMER. They were at 21 Clark Street, Papakura. * 1995: 6 Gigi Place, Takanini ph 09 298 5522. 2 children. 71424 31 7-Anita Leigh PRESTON (18/20.9.1977/76 Hamilton/New Plymouth) 71424 32 7-Jolie Kay PRESTON (5.11.1979 Hamilton) 7143 4-`Aggie' (Agnes May Marion) WHITSON (2.3.1890 Hay, N.S.W.-29.5.1974 Epsom,Auckland) m 17.1.1923 St Aiden's, Remuera, Auckland sp-Charles Henry CATO (23.8.1874 London-15.4.1948 Auckland). Lived at 43 St. Mary's Rd. Ponsonby. 2 children. NOTE "Vicki Cooper"The Online Cenotaph at Auckland Museum gives this link to Harry.
2001 seeks descendants of Thomas Anson CATO (father believed to be William CATO) m Gertrude Josephine HUTCHISON in Glasgow march 1879 emigrated to NZ or Australia. 7 children all born NZ: Euphemia Isabelle b1880; Anson Hutchison b1881; James Henry b1882; Gertrude Marion b1888; Jean b? Andrew Charles Leonard (her gf) b23/10/1896 m Catherine Ada BLAIR Napier 8/7/1921. 71431 5-Raymond (Thomas) CATO (23.7.1925 Auckland) Retired Chartered Accountant. * Rotorua. m 10.1949 All Saints, Ponsonby, Auckland sp-Emma Ann Patricia `Pat' CATRAN (15.7.1929 Warkworth). * 12A Russell Street, Whakatane. Phone 88713. 2 children. 71431 1 6-Charles (Bentley) CATO (5.9.1950 Auckland/Kaitaia) Rhodes Scholar in law 1974. Senior Scholar in Law at Auckland University, Butterworth Prize, Worchester College at Oxford, BCL (1st class Honours) barrister in Auckland in Commercial Law, Shortland Chambers, Barclay House, Auckland. * 1995: 10E McFarland Street, Meadowbank, Auckland. Phone 09 524 1623. m 19.5.1979 St. Lukes, Mt. Albert, Auckland sp-Mary Elizabeth JAMIESON. Divorced. 1 child. 71431 11 7-Sarah Victoria Emma CATO (28.9.1982 Auckland) * 1343 Victoria Street, Hamilton. 71431 2 6-Muriel Ann WHITSON CATO (26.9.1954 Wellsford) 71432 5-Bruce Hillier CATO (24.1 1929 Ponsonby,Auckland) Civil Engineer. 12 years in Malaya. Lectured at School of Engineering, Auckland University. Retired 1992. Was at Donga Road, Papakura. Ph Pak 86-031. * 1995: 7/4 Curran St, Herne Bay, Auckland ph 09 360 0215 m1 13.7.1957 All Saints, Ponsonby, Auckland sp-Rosemary SHORTLAND (29.1.1931 Bangladore,India). She is a potter. 4 children. Divorced and remarried. Was at 67 Queens Drive, Oneroa, Waiheke Island, Auckland. ph 7339. m2 6.8.1967 University Chapel, Auckland sp-Gillian Sarah LAWRIE (21.6.1982 Remuera,Auckland) 71432 1 6-Paul (Hillier) CATO (13.9.1958 Kuala Lumpur,Malaya) m 7.3.1987 at Hamilton to Helen Louise RITCHIE (22.10.1960 Hamilton) *1996: Sunnyside Rd, Coatesville (Albany?), Auckland ph 09 415 7771 71432 11 7-Simon Hillier CATO (11.10.1988 Auckland) 71432 12 7-William James CATO (23.2.1991 Auckland) 71432 13 7-Olivia Jane CATO (1.10.1993 Auckland) 71432 2 6-John Raymond CATO (1.3.1961 Kuala Lumpur,Malaya) m 3.2.1985 Papakura sp-Karina Anne BRODERICK (22.6.1961 Papakura) *1996: 4 Magnolia Ave., Papakura ph 09 299 7554 71432 21 7-Semanie Ursula CATO (15.2.1979 Papakura) 71432 3 6-James Bruce CATO (9.5.1962 Kuala Lumpur,Malaya) m 22.11.1986? Brunei sp-`Joy' Jyotsna DHADHA (15.1.1962 India) *1996: 29 Cliff Rd, Torbay, Auckland ph 09 473 6710 71432 31 7-Natasha CATO (21.3.1992 Auckland) 71432 32 7-Allana Dhira CATO (12.10.1994 Auckland) 71432 4 6-Adam (Charles) CATO (24/27.10.1964 Auckland) Dux of Rosehill College 1982. m 14.1.1993 Auckland sp-Julie Elizabeth GARRICK. *1996: 35 Anglesea St, Ponsonby, Auckland ph 09 378 0736 71432 41 7-Daniel John CATO (1.7.1994 Auckland) 7144 4-Thomas Henry WHITSON (5.3.1893 Auckland/Dunedin- 8.6.1915 at Quinns Post, Dardanelles, Turkey) Killed in action in the Gallipoli Campaign, WW1 (Private 12/1830, Auckland Regiment, NZ Expeditionary Forces). His death is recorded on the war memorial at Auckland Grammar. Index No. MR6, Grave Reference 73, Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli. Single. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission's Information Sheet - see website before contents - notes: "In the 9 months of this bitterly fought campaign more than 36,000 Commonwealth servicemen died... Lone Pine Memorial names 709 NZ soldiers who have no known grave." 1167 other New Zealanders are buried at the Lone Pine Cemetery, 632 at Chunuk Bair Cemetery and 852 named at the Chunuk Bair Memorial. paperspast - Evening Post, Volume XC, Issue 1, 1 July 1915 EIGHT MEN KILLED IN ACTION .. Whitson, Thomas Henry, 12/1830, Pte. (Agnes May Whitson, 45 Carlton Gore Road, Auckland, sister), .. Auckland Star, Volume XLVI, Issue 155, 1 July 1915. HEROES OF THE DARDANELLES THOMAS HENRY WHITSON, June 8 - Agnes May Whitson, 45, Carlton Gore Road, Auckland (mater) paperspast - Wairarapa Age, Volume XXXV, Issue 10713, 2 July 1915 (Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2503, 2 July 1915 & issue 11429, 2 July 1915 are similar.) THE ROLL OF HONOUR. EIGHT MEN KILLED IN ACTION. SIX ALSO REPORTED MISSING. The 96th casualty list of New Zealand Expeditionary Force, .. AUCKLAND BATTALION. .. 8th June. .. WHITSON, Thomas Henry, Pte. (Agnes May WHITSON, Auckland, sister). Let me know if you download these files on him from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON, Thomas - WW1 9/985 - Army 1914-18 NZ Defence Force WHITSON, Thomas Henry WW1 12/1830 1914-15 NZ Defence Force Pers' Archives Wgtn WHITSON, Thomas Army Department [record group] Wgtnhttp://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C16823?n=Thomas%20Henry%20WHITSON&ordinal=0&from=%2Fwar-memorial%2Fonline-cenotaph%2Fsearch I wonder if Thomas is in this WW1 photo of Kiwis from Mum's collection: LHS RHS 715 3-`Frank' (Francis Richard) WHITSON (14.11.1852 Haddington-1.3.1924 Belfast) 1861 with parents. Master of the tea clipper Wendur, built in Glasgow in 1884. Master of the British steamer Mount Lebanon which was said to have made the fastest crossing of the Atlantic from Baltimore at that time. Its insurance underwriters presented Captain WHITSON with a silver platter inscribed 1882 and a silver tea service. However when full of tea the silver cups were too hot to hold. In possession of 3467. Single. 22432 has his medal and war letters. 72 2-Margaret WHITSON (21.3.1824 North Berwick, East Lothian) 73 2-Archibald WHITSON (11.6.1826 North Berwick, East Lothian) 74 2-James WHITSON 1821 East Lothian, Scotland 1841 with parents. He & his wife are probably the first couple in the old photo album of 7421 11, who also has his signet ring for stamping wax seals showing a mailed arm with a clenched fist holding a broken spear, and his poem "TEETOTAL AGGRESSION" printed in Haddington, 1851,TEETOTAL AGGRESSION (ANDREW MUIRHEAD, 29 NICOLSON STREET,HADDINGTON: ADAM NEILL - TO BE HAD OF ALL BOOKSELLERS Printed by J. Taylor. 21 George street, Edinburgh)James m sp-Elizabeth FAWTHROP. Elizabeth FAWTHROP. 2 children, firstly 741 3-James WHITSON (-1920, buried at Barnes, London) After losing Clara to his brother 212, he went to Madras, where he was a successful merchant. Single. On his rare visits to N.Z., when 212 was in Petone, he took 2121 to dinner at the Royal Oak Hotel, Wellington, dressed in full evening dress. Most other patrons were extremely casually dressed. The next night he again took his nephew there for dinner - and to signify to the patrons his opinion of their abode - this time he dressed in his sloppiest clothes. A photo. 742 3-(Archibald) Stansfield WHITSON (1848/9 Haddington-New Zealand) Came to Wellington N.Z. 31.12.1878 on the ship Pleione (Ref: Petone Settlers Museum) or Pleiades, leaving London 13.12.1877. (See Cyclopedia of N.Z., 1, pt 1, p349; Passenger Index for Wellington 1856-87, NZ Gen. Soc., Wellington p307 N?; NZ Times 3.1.1879 p307N? ) When he first married he was a clerk at Imgram? St., Wellington. 1884 Station Master at Wellington. 1885-93 station and postmaster, Petone. 1900-08 same at Makotuku. Wise's PO Directories: 1885-95 Alf. W. (!) WHITSON, stationmaster, Petone; 1887-8 Arch. S. WHITSON, station & postmaster, Petone; 1894-5 same but Arthur (!) S.; 1901-8 A.S. station & postmaster, Makotuku. A photo of this station (and perhaps one of his first wife's grave) is in the photoalbum of the webpage of the Ormondville Rail Preservation Group athttp://www.geocities.com/ormondvillerail/WHERE DID THAT PAGE GO? A write-up of him and the other Makotuku stationmasters there is athttp://www.geocities.com/ormondvillerail/staffmakutmata.htmlWHERE DID THAT PAGE GO? Lands Registry volume 41 (Wills-Woolven): 1946 T293416Lot 22 DP13344 248/49 A photo of him. Let me know if you download his record from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON Archibald James Stanfield 1986 Dept for Courts, Auckland High Court. m1 13.1.1883 St. Paul's., Wellington sp-Clara PARKINSON b 23.1.1854 Manchester d 20.6.1900 Ormondsville. Buried 22.6 Ormondville Cem., Hawkes Bay. 'Sacred to the memory of Clara wife of AS WHITSON, late of Manchester b 23.1.1854 d 20.6.1900'. B/R: Clara WHITSON, Makotuku, wife of AS WHITSON, Stationmaster. 1 son. Wise's PO Directories 1902-3: Clara WHITSON, farmer. Let me know if you download her will from http://archway.archives.govt.nz WHITSON, Clara 1900 Napier High Court Wgtn m2 sp-Gertrude Hisling FRIEBURG, who nursed him and his brother in London, where he is buried at Barnes. She remarried twice. No issue by him. She was the daughter of Bror Eric FRIBERG, whose property was at Makotuku, and who organised the migration of Norwegians to the Norsewood district. He died in 1878, but his wife and and adult daughter where still living there sometime later. - Val Burr, (Palm. Nth.), Publicity Officer, Ormondville Rail Preservation Group. val.burr"att"xtra.co.nz The 1905-6 Waipawa Electoral Roll lists A.S. & G.H. WHITSON at Makotuku, and also A.S. & Clara's only child, Archibald WHITSON, then a railway clerk at Dannevirke. The Dannevirke Advocate of 21/1/1908 records that WHITSON had resumed his duties as stationmaster after a holiday. 7421 4-Archibald WHITSON (14.2.1884 Wellington-1949 Te Uri) Wise's PO Directories: 1908 farmer at Mangapuaka, 1912 Te Uri, 1917-24 farmer at Whetukura , -1927 farmer at Whetukura, Ormondsville. m 1914 Kent Terrace Anglican Church, Wellington sp-Isobel BROWN (-.3.1974). One child, 74211 5-`Bill' (Archibald James Stansfield) WHITSON b 9.9.1916 Dannevirke d 1986 Auckland, bur Takapuna cem, Auckland. RSA Clubrooms Roll of Honour. Served in WW2 at Egypt and Italy; Quartermaster Sergeant. Farmed at Dannevirke. Later at RD1, Aokautere, Palmerston North. Bill WHITSON 1916-1986. m 13.5.1940 Wellington sp-Joyce Carrington AHEARN (10.10.1916 Wellington) *1996-2007: 8/32 Wairau Road, Avondale, Auckland. Phone 09 828 1292. 3 children, firstly 74211 1 6-Robin WHITSON (19.3.1941 Wellington) Took over Bill's farm c.1973. 1975 farmed at `Beech Hill', Forrest Hill Road, RD1, Aokautere, Palmerston North. He sold the farm 1992 to become manager of the Large Animal Teaching Unit Farm at Massey University. He has the WHITSON signet ring & the original of the 1851 poem "Teetoal Aggression" by 21 above. He has a pair of cufflinks with the WHITSON crest made for him as a 21st present. He is also an RSPCA inspector from 2001. A photo. This photo taken on Gen's 21st, Feb 2001 in Wellington, shows L to R: Pen, Gloria, Gen, Robin & Nic. 1996: 458 College St,PN. Then Southern Access Rd,PN. *2003: Albany Drive, RD4, Old West Rd,Palmerston North. Work ph 06 356 9099 m c1968 Palmerston North sp-Gloria (Margaret) HILL (Palmerston North) 3 children. Divorced 1994. 1996: 37 Te Aweawe Street, Palmerston North *2003: Wellington. 74211 11 7-`Nick' Nicholas (Stansfield) WHITSON (6.5.1975 Dannevirke) Did a BA in English & Chinese at Waikato & Massey Universities. *2003: London. 74211 12 7-`Penny' Penelope (Margaret) WHITSON (12.3.1978 Palmerston North) Palmerston Girls then BA in Classics at Cantabury University. *2003: Melbourne. 2007 Works for Penguin in Auckland. 74211 13 7-Genevieve Elizabeth WHITSON (9.5.1980 Palmerston North) 1994 at Queen Margaret's College, Wellington. 1995 at Palmerston Girls. BA in Religious Studies & Fine Arts from Otago University. *2003: Wellington, working for WINZ. 2007: Wellington Mountain bike competion. 74211 2 6-Jane (Carrington) WHITSON (17.12.1946 Palmerston North) Was at 26 Truro Road, Sandringham, Auckland. Has reverted to her maiden name. * 1994: 18/32 Wairau Rd., Avondale 2007 ph 09 828 1728, ph 09 828 1292. With Baycorp. m Wellington sp-Max S. PHILLIP. Divorced. 6 children, firstly 74211 21 7-Felicity PHILIP (25.2.1969 Palmerston North) 2007 in Auckland - expecting a baby 2007. 74211 211 8-Chloe PHILIP (1993 Auckland) 74211 22 7-Lee PHILIP (30.3.1970 Palmerston North) 74211 23 7-Petra PHILLIP (10.10.1973 Auckland) 74211 24 7-Guy PHILLIP (3.4.1982 Auckland) A triplet. 2007 with Ihug. 74211 25 7-Richard PHILLIP (3.4.1982 Auckland) A triplet. 2007 with Opal Warehouse, Auckland. 74211 26 7-Stephanie PHILLIP (3.4.1982 Auckland) A triplet. 74211 3 6-Sally (Carrington) WHITSON (5.8.1949 Palmerston North) To Oz 1988. 1994: 9 Kurrajong St, Surrey Downs, SA 5126, Australia. 2003 until Feb 2004: 31 Rellum Rd, Greenacres, South Australia 5086 She had an insurance business and is now doing property rentals and developments full time. m 1967 Lower Hutt sp-Ross James? COUPER Died 25.11.1987. They lived in New Brighton, Christchurch. 4 children, firstly 74211 31 7-Gideon COUPER (14.2.1970 Christchurch) He has written a children's book. He stood for parliament for National in Waimakariri and almost got in - the year that there was a huge swing to Labour. His was one of the only 2 seats in the country that had a swing TO National. *2003: 68 Rowse Rd., Rangiora, NZ. 74211 32 7-Ayeisha COUPER (29.2.1976 Christchurch) m 15.2.2003 Christchurch sp-Blair MASTERS *2003: 7 Wilding St., St Martins, Christchurch. 74211 33 7-James COUPER (c1979) 74211 34 7-Truly-Belle COUPER (22.12.1985) 75 2-Archibald WHITSON 1826 East Lothian, Scotland 1841 with parents. 76 2-Richard WHITSON (28.1.1832 North Berwick, East Lothian) 1841 with parents. 1871 Brandsmill, Dunbar, East Lothian - alone: Richard WHITSON Head 39 1832 North Berwick, Haddington Agricultural Labourer 1881 Cot-House, Dunbar, East Lothian - alone: Richard WHITSON Head 49 1832 North Berwick, Haddingtonsh General Lab' 1891 High St, Dunbar, East Lothian - alone: Richard WHITSON Head 59 1832 No Berwick, Haddington Farm Labourer 77 2-Mary WHITSON (15.6.1834 North Berwick, East Lothian) 1841 with parents. 8 1-Jean WHITSON 6.12.1775 Whittingehame, East Lothian ex CNN tree on A.2. WHITSON CLUES2.0 Pops JACKSON popsjackson"att"yahoo.com 2002 is the administrator of the group SCOTTISH-WHITSON To subscribe, email SCOTTISH-WHITSON-D-request"att"rootsweb.com (for digest form else use L for D for list form). To post a message there, email SCOTTISH-WHITSON-L-"att"rootsweb.com To communicate with Pops re the list email SCOTTISH-WHITSON-admin"att"Rootsweb.com 2.1Searching under say WHITSON at Rootsweb list finder https://mailinglists.rootsweb.com/listindexes/will allow you to search the WHITSON archives, browse the WHITSON threaded archives, or subscribe to WHITSON-L-request"att"rootsweb.com *USA In the US Chuck GERDAU & Jim KUETHE: cgerdau"att"tusc.net cgerdau"att"uronramp.net and other WHITSON descendants have formed aWHITSON CLUBon the World Wide Web at homepages.rootsweb.com/~whitson * For other WHITSON trees I hold for families OUTSIDE USA especially Scotland seewhitsonall.html*1861 For some WHITSONs in the 1861 & other censuses in Scotland etc seehttp://freecen.rootsweb.comI have stored downloads at whitson/censuses.txt *1881 For some WHITSONs in the 1881 census in Scotland seewhitson_census.txtIGI Searches: * WHITSON Haddington, East Lothian M117092 1619-1622, M117098 1622-1820, C117096 1684-1749, C117097 1749-1785, C117098 1785-1819, C117099 1820-1854, M117099 1820-1854, C117091 1855-1875, M117091 1855-1875 gave the following families: 1619 0 Samuell WHITSUN m 19 SEP 1619 Haddington, East Lothian Christian STEILL 1733-4 0 John WHITSON m Margaret MANNERS 1 Isobell WHITSON bp: 17 APR 1733 Haddington 2 Elizabeth WHITTSON bp: 20 OCT 1734 Haddington 1751-62 0 Thomas WHITSON m 08 NOV 1751 Haddington, East Lothian Ann KIRKWOOD 1 Marion WHITSOM (sic) bp: 24 NOV 1754 Haddington 2 Bettey WHITSON bp: 14 NOV 1762 Haddington 1762 0 Elspath WHITSON m 20 JUN 1762 Haddington, East Lothian John KINGHORN 1776 1841 Inngate, Haddington, East Lothian: Robert WHITSON 65 1776 Scotland Gardener Marion WHITSON 65 1776 East Lothian, Scotland 1791 0 Elizabeth WHITSON m 03 JUN 1791 Haddington, East Lothian James SKIRVING 1803 0 James WHITSON [our 3] m Catherine FOULER 1 Elspeth WHITSON bp: 16 JAN 1803 Haddington [our 34] 1804 0 Janet WHITSON m 28 OCT 1804 Haddington, East Lothian Richard WILKISON 1811 1841 Crosscauseway, Edinburgh St Cuthberts, Midlothian: Robert WHITSON 30 1811 Scotland Victual Deal Harriet WHITSON 35 1806 Midlothian, Scotland 1845 0 Anne WHITSON m 05 OCT 1845 Haddington, East Lothian Wm WILSON 1846 0 Richard WHITSON m 29 MAR 1846 Haddington, East Lothian Mary SIMPSON 1847 0 Robina WHITSON m 18 JUL 1847 Haddington, East Lothian Wm BATHGATE 1851 Haddington, Scotland 1881 7 Robin Hood St, Elizabeth WHITSON Head W 56 1825 Birmingham, Warwickshire Householder Harriett WHITSON Sister 46 1836 Swinton, Lancashire Dressmaker James WHITSON Son 30 1851 Haddington, Scotland Clerk (East India Merchant) 1856-9 0 Andrew WHITSON m Jane BATHGATE 1 Christina WHITSON b: 20 DEC 1856 Haddington 2 Susannah WHITSON b: 27 SEP 1859 Haddington 1860 0 David WHITSON & Agnes CHOSEWOOD 1 David WHITSON b: 16 NOV 1860 Haddington 1864 0 Margaret WHITSON m 16 JAN 1864 Haddington, East Lothian Robert BURNSIDE 1871 0 Robert WHITSON m 17 NOV 1871 Haddington, East Lothian Helen BAIN C195181 1660-1674 1685-1773 gave 0 C195182 1620-1819 gave 0 (East United Presbyterian Church) C190242 1851-1885 gave 0 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- * ex Joy PORRITT JoyPorritt"att"bdb-law.co.uk 2006: 0 0-Richard WHITSON m sp-Mary WATT 1 1-Richard WHITSON b1814-1821 Atholesford Haddington; d 1881 m 1846 sp-Mary SIMPSON b 1824 Aberlady Haddington d 1888 1881 Labourers Cottage, Dunbar, East Lothian: ID Richard WHITSON Head 60 1821 Atholestonford, Haddingtonshire Farm Servant 1 Mary WHITSON Wife 57 1824 Aberlady, Haddingtonshire Margaret WHITSON Daur 28 1853 Whitekirk, Haddingtonshire 11 Eliza WHITSON Daur 20 1861 North Berwick, Haddingtonshire 14 Richard WHITSON Son 18 1863 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Labourer General 15 Rachel WHITSON Daur 16 1865 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Farm Servant 16 William WHITSON Son 11 1870 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Scholar 17 John WHITSON Son 6 1875 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Scholar Thomas WHITSON Grandson 3 1878 Edinbro, Edinburghshire 112 11 2-Margaret WHITSON b1853 Whitekirk, Haddington d1931 Dunbar 1881 with parents. m sp-John BALLOCK 111 3-John Taylor WHITSON b: 21 DEC 1874 Haddington illegitimate 112 3-Thomas Taylor WHITSON b 1877 Edinburgh illegitimate 1881 with mother & grandparents. 12 2-Jane WHITSON 16.7.1855 Prestonkirk,East Lothian IGI 13 2-Isabella WHITSON 21.5.1858 North Berwick,East Lothian IGI d1939 Argyll? m 1882 sp-John CAMPBELL 14 2-Elizabeth WHITSON 28.8.1860 North Berwick,East Lothian d1882 Haddington 1881 with parents. 15 2-Richard WHITSON 6.3.1862 Dirleton,East Lothian d 1924 1881 with parents. m 1882 sp-Margret COWE 151 3-Richard WHITSON b 1884 152 3-John WHITSON b 1886 m 1909 sp-Marion Scott PRYDE 153 3-William Cowe WHITSON b 1893 16 2-Rachel WHITSON 20.10.1864 Dirleton,East Lothian d 1931 Dunbar 1881 with parents. m S Africa sp-Arthur MOORE They emigrated to NZ with Ella. 161 3-Rachel WHITSON b 1889 Edinburgh - illegitimate m 1921 sp-Alexander SMITH 162 3-Ella WHITSON b 1889/1893 m1 1913 NZ sp-Sidney TREACY m2 NZ sp-William WALDOCK 1621 4-Ruth, 522 4-Beryl, 523 4-Joyce m James COOK, 524 4-Lillian, 525 4-Wilma 17 2-William WHITSON 25.10.1869 Dirleton,East Lothian --------------------------------------------------------------------------- * Ed WHITSON whitsoed"att"otn.net 2001 0 0-Thomas WHITSON m sp-Elizabeth HOGG 1 1-David WHITSON born 22.12.1835 Lauder, Berwick, Scotland (This birth is too late for Thomas to be 0 of 1. above.) ?2 1-David WHITSON b 4.1.1836 Hind NewBiggen? to TW & Agnes HOGG - ex WH d 15.11.1907 widower aged 71 at Threepwood, disease of the heart; William Miller HUME signed the d cert; d reg Blainslie. m 28 May 1858 Stow sp-Jane MURDOCH 1834. She is 24 from Magazine cottage, Parish of Cranston, (Edinburgh). David was from Threep Wood, a Farmservant, she was a domestic, his father Thomas was an agri Labourer, deceased. 1861 Threepwood: David WHITSON 25 1836 David was a ploughman. Jane WHITSON 27 1834 Thomas WHITSON son Catherine WHITSON daughter Katherine MORRISSEY 18 Dom servant b Ireland 2.04.1871 Threepwood: David 2 Jane wife Thomas 21 Catherine 22 Betsy 23, James 24, Agnes 25, Mary 26, Josph 27 1881 Threepwood cotts: David 45 Jane 47 wife Agnes 14 Betsy 18 Catherine 20 David 4, joseph 11, Margaret 9 and Mary 6. 1891? Threepwood: David, Jane, wife, Betsy, Jemima, grandaughter, and grandson William HUME. 22 2-Catherine Moffat WHITSON b 31 Oct 1860 Threepwood to David & Jane, reg Melrose. d at 39 12.9.1904 of accute obstruction and jaundice, 2 days father David WHITSON, dec, mother Jane WHITSON dec. present John TELFER farm servant, at Old Graden, parish of Linton. 221 3-William MILLER-HUME WHITSON illeg b 5.11?.1886 to Catherine WHITSON, domestic servant at Threepwood. (The name HUME was used 1901.) Ploughman. m1 sp-Christina LEARMOND 1881 dr of Robert LEARMOND,surfaceman,roadman &Janet; d 1914 age 33, 17 days after b of 2211. Cause of death childbirth, 17 days, phlebitis, W M HUME present. Probably bur Threepwood Langshaws or Blainslie. Who is ms Jardine? 2211 4-David WHITSON b 11 May 1914 Threepwood Langshaws 22111 5-Willie HUME whumescot"att"yahoo.co.uk Informant. [221 3-William MILLER-HUME WHITSON illeg b 5.11?.1886 to Catherine WHITSON] d cert: estate labourer, m1 Christina LEARMOD, m2 Elizabeth DICKMAN; d 16.2.1939 at the Bad Fortune Sanitorium, age 51 his usual residence, The stables Crookston Heriot, David HUME father deceased, Catherine WHITSON deceased, present widow Elizabeth HUME. m2 at 35 28.4.1920 Established Church Manse Lauder sp-Elizabeth GUTHRIE mn DICKMAN aged 29 W, he from Threepwood son of Catherine WHITSON decesed, she from Sourhope? Lauder, dr of Euthemia DICKMAN & Shepherd Andrew DICKMAN; sister? Euphemia DICKMAN witness. The HUME family lived at a farm Jeannifield. 222 3-Jemima WHITSON illeg -WH has her details. d at 39, 1.11.1921 influenza 7 days, and premature labour. Father present Mother Catherine WHITSON deceased. m 21.12.1901 sp-John ELLIOT 26 at Galashiels, shepherd from Crailing Nook?, Crailing son of Walter ELLIOT deceased & Jessie nee NICHOL? Gemima was 20, farm servant, mother, Catherine TELFER nee WHITSON, witnesses Wlliam ELLIOT and Margaret WHITSON her aunt. [22 2-Catherine WHITSON b 31 Oct 1860 Threepwood to David & Jane, reg Melrose] m sp-John TELEFER 1901 St Leonards, Lauder: John TELEFER 32, Catherine, wife, 35 daughter Jane Murdoch TELEFER 1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- * I found 59 entries for Thomas WHITSON on the IGI for UK. Those for East & Mid Lothian are: . Thomas WHITSON Birth: 15 Oct 1864 Gladsmuir, East Lothian, Scotland son of Andrew WHITSON & Jane BATHGATE C117081 1855-1875 . Thomas WHITSON Birth: 14 Nov 1865 Athelstaneford, East Lothian, Scotland son of David WHITSON & Agnes CHOSEWOOD C117031 1855-1875 . Thomas WHITSON Christening: 17 Jan 1808 Cranston, Midlothian, Scotland son of David WHITSON & Janet MILLAR C116802 1682-1820 . Thomas Duff WHITSON Birth: 23 Jan 1873 West Calder, Midlothian, Scotland son of John WHITSON & Barbara JOHNSTONE C117011 1855-1875 . Thomas WHITSON Birth: 22 Mar 1875 Liberton, Midlothian, Scotland son of John WHITSON & Mary DENHOLM Batch 8500054 . Thomas WHITSON Birth: 16 Mar 1903 Liberton, Midlothian, Scotland son of John WHITSON & Julia Ferrier SLIGHT Batch 7912430 . Thomas Burnby WHITSON Birth:10 Mar 1869 Edinburgh Parish,Edinburgh,Midlothian son of Thomas WHITSON & Isobel LOWE C116852 1863-1869 . Thomas WHITSON Birth: 10 May 1815 Prestonpans, East Lothian, Scotland son of William WHITSON & Mary BAIN Film Number 1903931 . Thomas WHITSON m 9 Dec 1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian to Agnes HOG [our 0] M117172 1658-1821 * Trying again 6.11.2002 on Thomas WHITSON,East Lothian gave others: . Thomas WHITSON Birth: About 1794 Of, Prestonpans,East Lothian m Isabel THOMSON About 1798 Of, Prestonpans, East Lothian, Scotland . Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian m Mary SHIERS M117234 1761-1819 [our 3] . Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Aberlady,East Lothian m Mary SHIER M117025 1751-1854 [our 3] . Thomas WHITSON m 21 NOV 1615 North Berwick,East Lothian m Jonet CONGILTON M117132 1604 - 1616, 1653-1721 . Thomas WHITSONE m 14 JUN 1666 North Berwick,East Lothian m Issobell CARGILL M117132 1604-1616, 1653-1721 . Thomas WHITSON m 03 NOV 1816 Athelstaneford,East Lothian m Isobel CAIRNS M117034 1764-1820 . Thomas WHITSON m 08 NOV 1751 Haddington,East Lothian m Ann KIRKWOOD M117098 1622-1820 . Thomas WHITSON m 17 AUG 1817 Haddington,East Lothian m Marion HOWDON M117098 1622-1820 . Thomas WHITSON m 23 AUG 1817 Pencaitland,East Lothian m Marion HOWDEN M117164 1698-1819 . Thomas WHITSON m 22 OCT 1855 Pencaitland, East Lothian m Margaret MCLENAN M117161 1855-1875 Compare Prestonkirk: Baptisms,1658-1820 Marriages, 1658-1821 FHL BRITISH Film [ 1067854 Items 3-4 ] Baptisms, 1820-1855 Marriages, 1820-1855 Burials, 1846-1855 Neglected Birth Entry, 1850 - FHL BRITISH Film [1067855 Item 1 ] Another filming. 1952 - VAULT BRITISH Film [ 103190 ] 2.4 Entering Robert WHITSON British Isles on the IGI at www.familysearch.com gave 57 of them. Those for Edinburgh or East Lothian were: . Robert WHITSON Birth: 10 Apr 1749 Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian son of George W and Margaret ROSS C119804 1748-1750 . Robert WHITSON Birth: 1803 Scotland Film 2034758 . Robert WHITSON m 25 Feb 1813 Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian to Margaret DAVIDSON M195004 1811-1819 . Robert WHITSON m 19 Jan 1823 Saint Cuthberts,Edinburgh,Midlothian to Ann ALEXANDER M119895 1820-1825 . Robert WHITSON m 25 Feb 1825 Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian to Isabella ALEXANDER M195006 1820-1835 . Robert WHITSON m 26 Jun 1798 Yester, East Lothian to Marjory GIBSON M117252 1654-1819 . Robert WHITSON m 17 May 1829 Dunbar, East Lothian [our 22] to Elizabeth FENDER M117067 1820-1854 . Robert WHITSON m 17 Nov 1871 Haddington, East Lothian to Hellen BAIN M117091 1855-1875 [likely to be related] To find if any of the children were born in Dunbar we can replace M by C in M117067, giving 841 baptisms/births there 1820-1854. No WHITSON or HOGG are there. Entering John WHITSON Scotland All Resources there gave for East Lothian . John Taylor WHITSON Birth: 21 Dec 1874 Haddington, East Lothian son of Margaret WHITSON C117091 1855-1875 . John WHITSOM m 21 May 1741 Bolton, East Lothian to Cathren GOODALL M117042 1685-1821 . John WHITSON m 22 Jun 1628 Innerwick, East Lothian to Main_ BAIRNISFATHER M1171121 614-1689 . John WHITSON m 22 Apr 1732 Ormiston, East Lothian to Margaret MANNERS M117152 1637-1649 & 1706-1819 . John WHITSON m 6 Jan 1766 Dirleton, East Lothian to Margaret WINLAY M117052 1664-1819 . John WHITSONE m 25 Apr 1697 North Berwick, East Lothian to Bassy SINCLAR M117132 1604-1616 & 1653-1721 So our John McNair WHITSON (b1838) does not feature. But the last 3 are probably related as the children of 2 were born North Berwick and children of 25 were born at Dirleton. Searching M117067 1820-1854 for WHITSON gave as well as our Rbt, . Catherine WHITSON m 21 May 1854 Dunbar to James FISHER *1901 census for England & Wales at http://www.census.pro.gov.uk Name Age Where Born, Administrative County,Civil Parish Occupation Alexander WHITSON 19 Scotland Kent Gunner Royal Garrn Artillery Alexander WHITSON 49 Scotland London Saddeer George WHITSON 71 Scotland Northumberland Walker Robert WHITSON 31 Scotland Liverpool Corn Broker Thomas WHITSON 42 Scotland Lancashire Great Crosby Salesman William WHITSON 31 Scotland Lancaster Attendant Upon The Insane Alice WHITSON 41 Scotland Lancashire Great Crosby Private Secretary Elizabeth WHITSON 23 Scotland Berks Winkfield Ladymaid Domestic Margaret WHITSON 34 Scotland London Paddington Hospital Nurse Night Superintendent This does not cover people living in Scotland in 1901! From: support"att"censushelpdesk.co.uk The 1901 Census was taken separately in Scotland and Ireland. The Public Record Office is the custodian of the census returns for England and Wales (which include the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). We are digitising those for England and Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The 1901 CENSUS FOR SCOTLAND is now available online at www.origins.net. NO - NOT FROM Aug. 2002!! (That links to searching IGI at http://www.scotsorigins.com/searchbc.aspx that did not work for me.) The General Register Office for Scotland will be making microfilm copies of the 1901 census available at New Register House, Edinburgh EH1 3YT. For the latest news you may wish to visit the GRO Scotland website at www.gro-scotland.gov.uk/grosweb/grosweb.nsf/pages/leaflt11. (THIS SAYS WILL BE AVAILABLE END OF 2003 under name Digros.) Enquiries for Microfilm copies of the Scottish 1901 Census should be made to the GRO Scotland tel. 0131 334 0380 or e-mail records"att"gro-scotland.gov.uk.Info on the British censuses.3. CLUES FOR FENDER, HAY, HOGG, SHIELS, WATTCONTENTS 3.1 Our FENDER family 3.2 FENDER clues 3.3 Our HAY family 3.4 HAY clues 3.5 Our HOGG family 3.6 HOGG clues 3.7 Our SHIELS family 3.8 SHIELS clues 3.9 Our WATT family 3.(10) WATT clues ................................................................................. 3.1 Our FENDER family 1805-13 at Innerwick, East Lothian NOTE There is also an Innerwick in Perth, Scotland. [[WAS 0 Robert FENDER, farmer m Dunbar,East Lothian sp-Elizabeth WILSON IGI M117067 1820-1854. This looks like an error as this batch number does not show this m! 1 Elizabeth FENDER b 8.6.1807 Skateraw, Haddington, East Lothian m 17 May 1829 Dunbar, East Lothian M117067 sp-Robert WHITSON #He has ID 34 above. 1851 census 11 St Anthony St, Leith, Leith South, Midlothian: ID Robert WHITSON Head M 46 1805 Drem, Haddington Drawer [should be Brewer] 34 Elizabeth WHITSON Wife M 43 1808 Skateraw, Haddington Janet FENDER Mother-in-law 74 1777 Stainton, Haddingtonshire - does not match! Chn as above.]] 0 0-Robert FENDER m sp-Janet HAY b 1777 Stainton, Haddingtonshire (ex 1851 census of Robert WHITSON). This should be Stenton, East Lothian, 8m E of Haddington: George HAY, Isabel SHIRVEN (her bp & m not found, nor her sibs) parents of Janet HAY bp 27.8.1771 Stenton, East Lothian C11721-2 Did the FENDER family move to Dunbar 1813-1829 when  m'd there? 1 1-Mary FENDER b 10.2.1805 bp 17.2.1805 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5 familysearch. 2 1-Elizabeth FENDER b 8.6.1807 bp 21.6.1807 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5 familysearch. m 17 May 1829 Dunbar, East Lothian M117067 sp-Robert WHITSON #He has ID 34 above. 1851 census 11 St Anthony St, Leith, Leith South, Midlothian: ID Robert WHITSON Head M 1805 Drem, Haddington Drawer [should be Brewer] 34 - Drem is 4m N of Haddington Elizabeth WHITSON Wife M 1808 Skateraw, Haddington - Skateraw is 2m NE of Innerwick Janet FENDER Mother-in-law 74 1777 Stainton, Haddingtonshire Chn as above. 3 1-Thomas FENDER b 9.7.1809 bp 23.7.1809 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5 familysearch. 4 1-William FENDER b 26.9.1811 bp 6.10.1811 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5 familysearch. 5 1-Robert FENDER b 7.3.1813 bp 14.3.1813 Innerwick, East Lothian to Robert FENDER & Janet HAY batch C11711-5 familysearch. ========================================================================== 3.2 FENDER clues *1615 Innerwick, East Lothian batches C11711-2, C11711-5. (C11711-5 is the batch number for our family in 3.1 above.) James Fender James Fender bp 22.10.1615 Innerwick, East Lothian Georg/George Fender Margaret Fender bp 18.5.1617 Innerwick, East Lothian Georg Fender bp 13.7.1620 Innerwick, East Lothian Issobell Fender bp 9.2.1623 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrik Fender bp 2.7.1626 Innerwick, East Lothian George Fender bp 8.4.1632 Innerwick, East Lothian John Fender Barbara Fender bp 10.6.1617 Innerwick, East Lothian James Fendar Jonet Fendar bp 5.12.1619 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrik Fender Thomas Fender bp 3.7.1621 Innerwick, East Lothian John Fender bp 27.9.1625 Innerwick, East Lothian Thomas Fender Elspethe Fender bp 6.12.1625 Innerwick, East Lothian Margaret Fender bp 2.3.1628 Innerwick, East Lothian George Fender bp 23.9.1632 Innerwick, East Lothian Jonat Fender bp 16.2.1636 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrick Fender bp 3.4.1638 Innerwick, East Lothian John/Johne Fender Robert Fender bp 18.12.1627 Innerwick, East Lothian Marjory Fender bp 2.5.1630 Innerwick, East Lothian George Fender bp 19.3.1632 Innerwick, East Lothian Margaret Fender bp 3.2.1633 Innerwick, East Lothian Margaret Fender bp 8.3.1635 Innerwick, East Lothian James Fender bp 9.9.1638 Innerwick, East Lothian Issobell Fender bp 26.1.1640 Innerwick, East Lothian Georg Fender Mary Fender bp 4.3.1640 Innerwick, East Lothian Jonet Fender bp 23.5.1641 Innerwick, East Lothian Hellein Fender bp 23.4.1643 Innerwick, East Lothian Christian Fender bp 2.3.1634 Innerwick, East Lothian Jonet Fender bp 21.2.1635 Innerwick, East Lothian Elizabeth Fender bp 3.12.1637 Innerwick, East Lothian James Fender bp 13.3.1642 Innerwick, East Lothian Robert Fender, Helen Grieve John Fender bp 8.3.1663 Innerwick, East Lothian Robert Fender bp 27.10.1668 Innerwick, East Lothian George Fender, Helen Tait George Fender bp 5.4.1663 Innerwick, East Lothian George Fender, Jonet Tait Elisabeth Fender bp 19.5.1667 Innerwick, East Lothian Jean Fender bp 1.10.1669 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrick Fender, Magdalen Dudgeon Thomas Fender bp 21.7.1670 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrick Fender bp 25.10.1672 Innerwick, East Lothian Isobell Fender bp 22.10.1675 Innerwick, East Lothian Francis Fender bp 18.5.1678 Innerwick, East Lothian James Fender bp 5.6.1681 Innerwick, East Lothian Patrick Fender, Margaret James George Fender bp 8.8.1671 Innerwick, East Lothian Alisoune Fender bp 14/17.4.1674 Innerwick, East Lothian Alexander Fender bp 15.12.1679 Innerwick, East Lothian 0 Alexander Fender m Alison Gillie 1 John Fender bp 5 July 1741 2 John Fender bp 23 July 1744 3 Agnes Fender bp 22 November 1747 0 John Fender m Giles JACKSON 1 James FENDER bp 17.9.1752 2 Betty FENDER bp 8.8.1759 0 Agnes Fender m William Colvil 1 Clara Colvil bp 6 Apr 1755 0 Margaret Fender m George Redpath 1 Isobel Redpath bp 22 Jan 1760 0 Thomas Fender m Mary Taylor 1 Betty FENDER bp 21.6.1767 2 Alexander Fender bp 15 October 1772 0 Elizabeth FENDER m John Gray 1 Mary GRAY b 27.10.1783 bp 2.11.1783 2 John GRAY b 7.4.1788 bp 13.4.1788 3 Henry Gray bp 23 May 1790 4 Jean Gray b 2.11.1792 bp 11.11.1792 0 Thomas Fender, Mary Hercus/Herkes 1 Helen Fender b 8 July 1787 bp 15 July 1787 2 James Fender b 18 June 1789 bp 21 June 1789 3 Mary Fender b 23 March 1791 bp 27 March 1791 So this lot does not include our Robert. ................................................................. *1614-1857 Innerwick, East Lothian For church records, see https://familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitydetails&subject=3213&subject_disp=Scotland%2C+East+Lothian%2C+Innerwick&columns=*,0,0 How does the batch number above correspond to these 3 films for Parish registers for Innerwick, East Lothian, 1614-1857? These film numbers can be entered in familysearch as an alternative to batch numbers but I've not done this: Baptisms, 1614-1646, 1663-1740; Marriages, 1614-1646, 1663-1714; Burials, 1663-1688, 1716-1718; Church Minutes, 1691-1710 (Includes some Baptisms, Marriages & Burials). (Preferred film for viewing. Use this before ordering the other filming.) FHL BRITISH Film 1067849 Items 5 - 6 Baptisms, 1741-1854; Marriages, 1745-1855; Burials, 1783-1857. (Preferred film for viewing. Use this before ordering the other filming.) FHL BRITISH Film 1067850 Items 1 - 3 Another filming, 1952. VAULT BRITISH Film 103181 - 103182 ................................................................. *1564-1950 batch C11706-2 Dunbar, East Lothian Baptisms George Fender, Margaret Paterson John Fendar bp 31.8.1684 Dunbar, East Lothian Robert Fender bp 7.3.1686 Dunbar, East Lothian Jean Fender bp 1.4.1688 Dunbar, East Lothian Patrick Fender bp 27.10.1695 Dunbar, East Lothian James Fender, Agnas Nicolson Patrick Fender bp 21.9.1712 Dunbar, East Lothian Robert Fender, Ann Richardson Robert Fender bp 19.1.1840 Dunbar, East Lothian So this lot does not include our Robert. ................................................................. *1823-50 FENDER m's for Dunbar, East Lothian M117067 - the batch number for m of Robert WHITSON to Elizabeth FENDER Alison Fender m 10.1.1823 Peter Hay James Fender m 19.2.1823 Ann Nisbett Janet Fender m 30.10.1825 Alexander Purves Mary Fender m 18.6.1826 Thomas Denham Elizabeth Fender m 6.5.1827 George Wilson Elizabeth FENDER m 17.5.1829 Robert WHITSON # our ancestor Mary Fender m 3.12.1831 George Robertson - a dbl wedding Thomas Fender m 3.12.1831 Margaret Watt - a dbl wedding James Fender m 2.12.1838 Elizabeth Little Robert Fender m 26.5.1839 Anna Richardson Mary Fender m 13.8.1844 James Nicolson Ann Heatlie Fender m 8.9.1850 Benjamin Wilkie ................................................................. * IGI gives Mary FENDER bc 1792 Of, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland m 16 Jul 1813 sp-John ALLAN bp 15 Jun 1788 Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland son of John ALLAN & Catherine CRAIK/CRAICK * Searching for our Elizabeth FENDER (b 1807 m 1829) Scotland All Resources gave for East Lothian: . Elizabeth FENDER Birth: 11 Jun 1874 North Berwick, East Lothian dr of Alexander FENDER & Jessie ROBERTSON C117131 1855-1875 . Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 25 Mar 1753 Dunbar, East Lothian dr of Patrick FENDER Elspeth DUNCAN C117064 1688-1767 . Elspeth FENDER Christening: 25 Jul 1686 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Archibald FENDER & Anna THOMSON C117096 1684-1749 . Elisabeth FENDER Christening: 19 May 1667 Innerwick, East Lothian . Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 3 Dec 1637 Innerwick, East Lothian . Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 27 Jan 1706 Innerwick, East Lothian . Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 15 Jul 1730 Oldhamstocks, East Lothian . Betty FENDER Christening: 8 Aug 1759 Innerwick, East Lothian . Betty FENDER Christening: 21 Jun 1767 Innerwick, East Lothian . Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 21 Jun 1807 Innerwick, East Lothian dr of Robert FENDER and Janet HAY C117115 1741-1820 . Elisabeth FENDER Birth: Abt. 1792 , East Lothian no references given . Elizabeth FENDAR Christening: 11 Sep 1670 Tranent, East Lothian So no luck. * Searching IGI for Elizabeth FENDER,East Lothian gave 19: Elizabeth FENDER Birth: 11 JUN 1874 North Berwick, East Lothian dr of Alexander F & Jessie ROBERTSON Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 03 DEC 1637 Innerwick, East Lothian Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 27 JAN 1706 Innerwick, East Lothian Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 15 JUL 1730 Oldhamstocks, East Lothian Elspeth FENDER Christening: 25 JUL 1686 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Archibald FENDER & Anna THOMSON C117096 1684 - 1749 Elizabeth FENDER Christening: 25 MAR 1753 Dunbar, East Lothian, dr of Patrick FENDER & Elspeth DUNCAN C117064 1688 - 1767 Elizabeth FENDAR Christening: 11 SEP 1670 Tranent, East Lothian Elisabeth FENDER Birth: < 1792> offers the following 3 HOGGs: William CADELL. b. ca 1668, SCT; d. 20 May 1728, SCT m. 13 Jul 1701, SCT Anna HOGG b. 5 Jun 1681, SCT; d. 7 May 1743, SCT 8 Children: (Haddington, East Lothian, SCT) 1702-1708 William CADELL arrived in Haddington and soon married Anna, daughter of James HOG, a Burgess of Haddington and his wife Rebecca VEITCH. He worked as a journeyman glazier and became a freeman on 26 June 1704. He was later admitted as Burgess for Haddington by right of his father-in-law, James HOGG. He is buried at the Haddington cemetery. After he died, a monument was erected in the Haddington Abbey Church as a memorial to him. According to his monument in St. Mary's Church, Haddington, he was then 59 years of age. He was the progenitor for the CADELLs of Banff and Cockenzie. William CADELL (10 May 1708), of Haddington and Cockenzie, SCT and youngest son of William and Anna (HOGG) Cadell, was born, raised, probably married and later lived in Haddingtonshire, SCT. He married Christeen, daughter of John and Marion (SCOTT) HOG of Prestonpans, SCT. Marion Scott was the daughter and co-heir of Walter SCOTT, Bailie of Aberlady, SCT. William was the 1st Projector of the Carron Iron Works. John HOG was a shipowner at Prestonpans. Andrew CADDELL (7005,7484, cook) :b. 1590, SCT :d. Before 16620521 m Edinburgh Jonet HOGG b. 1595, SCT :d. May 1628 * June.Powell"att"health.gov.au 2001: 0 Janet Halliday HOGG m George SPIDEN 1 Thomas Hogg SPIDEN (1895 Prestonkirk, East Lothian) 11 her mr, b Haddington.
3.7 Our SHIELS family I am trying to find the family of the wife of Thomas WHITSON [ID 3 above] b 1761 Whitekirk and Tyninghame, who m 19 NOV 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian sp-Mary SHIELS/SHIER/SHIERS/SHEARS/SHEALS IGI:. Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian Mary SHIERS M117234 . Thomas WHITSON m 19 NOV 1791 Aberlady,East Lothian m Mary SHIER M117025 - These could be banns: Thomas is from Whitekirk & I guess Mary from Aberlady. Aberlady is on the coast 10m W of Prestonkirk, East Linton & 6 m NNW of Haddington. Mary is probably ID 2 in this mini-tree: 0 0-Thomas SHIELL m sp-Christian/Christiana HENRY/HENDRY 1 1-George SHIEL b 29.2.1772 bp 8.3.1772 Stenton before Peter HAY & Andrew SHIEL 2 1-Mary SHIELL b 30.4.1774 bp 8.5.1774 Prestonkirk before Andrew SHIELL & Peter HAY 3 1-James SHIELL b 6.3.1776 bp 17.3.1776 Dunbar before Andrew SHIELL and James HENRY father a lab'r, abode Gateside 4 1-May SHIELL b 28.3.1779 bp 1.4.1779 Dunbar before James PATERSON and John HENDRY father a lab'r, abode Westbarns Whitekirk Bridge, Dunbar EH42 1XR, UK 3D is 3m NNE of East Linton, East Lothian. Prestonkirk Parish Church is a Church of Scotland parish church at East Linton, in the parish of Traprain, East Lothian, Scotland, UK, close to Preston Mill. wikipedia: Whitekirk is 4 mi from North Berwick, 8 mi from Dunbar. A place of Christian worship from the earliest times known in Old English: Hwi-t Cirice, having a holy well, now lost, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, and a famous statue, likewise dedicated and known as Our Lady of Haddington. It was on the pilgrim's route from St Andrews to Santiago de Compostela and described as a stopping point in the Iter pro peregrinis ad Compostellam., Book V of the Codex Calixtinus. 2013 gail.tiessen"att"prov.ca & Christina N Fisher Family on Ancestry 0 Patrick (Peter) Reid b East Lothian m Euphan Falconer 1 George Reid b 23 Sep 1711 Gladsmuir, East Lothian m Agnes Fleet b c1720 East Lothian 11 Euphan REID b .12.1743 East Lothian m James SHEIR/Shiear 111 Mary Shiear b 30.11.1770 bp 17.12.1770 Bolton, East Lothian C11704-2 GS Film 1067794 ??m 1791 Whitekirk,East Lothian sp-Thomas WHITSON [ID 3 above] 112 Thomas Shiear b 30.9.1771 bp 1.10.1771 Bolton, East Lothian C11704-2 GS Film 1067794 113 Ann Shiear b 5.3.1775 Bolton, East Lothian 2 Agnes Reid Aug 1713 Gladsmuir, East Lothian 3 Richard Reid b Feb 1718 Gladsmuir, East Lothian Bolton is 3m W of Haddington. Whitekirk Golf Course is 11m NE of Haddington. ============================================================================ 3.8 SHIELS clues 2013 gail.tiessen"att"prov.ca 0 James SHEIR m Alison MEEK 1 Elizabeth SHEIR m Thomas HUNTER *1658 Haddington, East Lothian Entering Mary SHIELS IGI Scotland gave 632! Those in East Lothian were: . Marie SHEILL bp 20 Apr 1658 Haddington, East Lothian dr of James SHEILL & Margaret HENDIRSONE C117092 1619-1659 . Marie SHEILL bp 10 Mar 1672 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Thomas SHEILL & Agnes LOWRIMER C117094 1660-1674 . Mary Somner SHEILL bp 18 Aug 1818 Haddington, East Lothian dr of James SHEILL & Euphan MONTEITH C117098 1785-1819 . Mary SHEEL bp 1 May 1726 Ormiston, East Lothian . Mary SHIELL bp 8 May 1774 Prestonkirk, East Lothian dr of Thomas SHIELL & Christian HENRY C117172 1658-1820 [PROBABLY SP OF OUR 1] . Marie SHEALL bp 16 Jan 1682 Prestonkirk, East Lothian dr of George SHEALL C117172 1658-1820 . Mary SHEEL bp 6 Jul 1669 Saltoun, East Lothian . Mary SHILL Birth: 20 Aug 1751 Stenton, East Lothian . Mary Jane
bp 06 Apr 1884 Free Church, Tranent, East Lothian . Mary Broadwood SHIEL Birth: 17 Sep 1847 Stenton, East Lothian . MARY SHIELL bp 26 Feb 1698 Bolton, East Lothian . Mary Denholm SHEILLS Birth: 10 Jul 1870 Athelstaneford, East Lothian dr of James SHEILLS & Agnes COMB C117031 1855-1875 . Mary SHIELDS Birth: c1753 Newtown, East Lothian . Mary SHIELDS Birth: 19 Mar 1859 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Andrew SHIELDS & Jane RAMAGE C117091 1855-1875 . Mary Lorain SHIELL Birth: 8 Jan 1865 Spott, East Lothian . Mary SHIELL Birth: 5 Oct 1873 Dirleton, East Lothian dr of Robert SHIELL & Catherine VIRTUE C117051 1855-1875 . Mary Ann SHIELLS Birth: 4 Feb 1865 Haddington, East Lothian dr of Archibald SHIELLS & Margaret MALCOLM C117091 1855-1875 . Mary SHEILL m 27 Apr 1694 Haddington, East Lothian m William LANDIE M117098 1622-1820 . Marie SHEILLS m 16 Jun 1668 Tranent, East Lothian . Mary SHIEL m 20 Nov 1685 Pencaitland, East Lothian . Mary SHIEL m 28 Jun 1824 Spott, East Lothian . Mary SHIELL m 4 Jun 1743 Humbie, East Lothian . Mary SHIELLS m 22 Mar 1794 Dunbar, East Lothian m William WILKIE M117066 1737-1820 . Mary SHIELLS m 30 May 1851 Garvald, East Lothian . Mary D. SHIELS m 2 Jun 1870 Saltoun, East Lothian Searching on HENRY & SHIELS at C117172 gave: . Margaret HENDRY bpt: 6 Jul 1817 dr of George HENDRY & Sibbiely JEFFERY . Mary SHIELL bpt: 8 May 1774 Prestonkirk, East Lothian dr of Thomas SHIELL & Christian HENRY [PROBABLY SP OF OUR 1] . The following children of George SHEAL b at Prestonkirk, East Lothian -.Anna SHEAL bpt: 09 Jun 1684 -. Margret SHEAL bpt: 25 Mar 1679 -. Marie SHEALL bpt: 16 Jan 1682 -. Agnes SHEAL bpt: 11 Aug 1685 -. Elisabeth SHEAL bpt: 30 Jun 1688 -. Elisabeth SHEALL bpt: 11 Oct 1675 -. Grissell SHEALL bpt: 07 Jan 1683 Searching there at Personal Ancestral File for Scotland gave for Thomas or Robert WHITSON - a family Liberton, Midlothian to Australia for Thomas SHIELL - nothing *1755 Innerwick, East Lothian, Scotland ex Tiessen-Robinson on ancestry 0 0-Thomas SHIELS b 1755 Innerwick, East Lothian, Scotland Death 11 JUL 1823 in Earlston, Berwickshire m sp-Margaret BROWN 1759 1 1-Alexander SHIELS 12 MAY 1794 in Earlston, Berwickshire, Scotland Death 29 JAN 1854 in Gertrude St, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia m 2.4.1831 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Margaret SINCLAIR 29 MAY 1810 in Old Hamstocks, Haddington, East Lothian Death 16 JAN 1879 in Church St, Richmond, Victoria, Australia 1841 Linton, Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland: Alexander SHIELS Shop keeper 1851 Bridge End, East Linton, East Lothian, Scotland: Alexander SHIELS General Merchant 1853 immigrated arriving Melbourne, Victoria on the sailing vessel "WACOUSTA" See tree for more on chn. 11 2-Thomas Shiels 1832 12 2-William Shiels 1834 13 2-Elizabeth Shiels 1836 14 2-Margaret Shiels 1837 15 2-Alexander Sinclair SHIELS 27 JUN 1840 in Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland Death 03 FEB 1933 in Bowen, Queensland, Australia 16 2-John SHIELS 1843 Prestonkirk, Haddn Death 1920 in Adelaide, South Australia 17 2-Helen SHIELS 1845 Prestonkirk, Haddington 18 2-Isabella SHIELS 1847 Prestonkirk, Haddington 19 2-Mary Ann SHIELS 1849 Leuchars, Fife Death 1931 in Hawthorn, Victoria *1772 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland Searching public trees on ancestry gave Walter D Dods' Family Tree 0 0-John SHIELLS c1772 Garvald, Haddington d 16.8.1859 Nungate, Haddington m 27 May 1797 Whittinghame, Haddington sp-Lillias FOGGO 1769 Duns, Berwick,Scotland d 5 SEP 1859 Nungate, Haddington 1 1-John SHIELLS 16.4.1802 Garvald,Haddington d 20.6.1874 Northig, Morham,Haddington m sp-Isobel NISBET 31.1.1808 Stenton, Haddington d 26.9.1876 East Gate End, Nungate, Haddington. See tree for parents. 11 2-Isabella SHIELLS 30 MAY 1829 Whittinghame, East Lothian 12 2-John SHIELLS 25 APR 1831 in Whittinghame, East Lothian 13 2-Lillias SHIELLS 3 DEC 1833 in Papple, Whittingham, Haddington m sp-Alexander KNOWLES 1835 131 3-John KNOWLES 1863 - 1934. See tree 14 2-Charlotte Taylor SHIELLS 8 DEC 1836 in Whittinghame, East Lothian m sp-William GRIEVE 15 2-Alexander SHIELLS 16 JUL 1839 in Stenton, Haddington 16 2-Francis SHIELLS b26 MAY 1841 Stenton, Haddington d 22 FEB 1905 East Mains, Ormiston, East Lothian m sp-Janet ROBERTSON 161 3-Agnes SHIELLS 1 APR 1866 in Prestonkirk, Haddington 162 3-Isabella SHIELLS 17 SEP 1868 in West Fortune, Athelstaneford d 17 SEP 1938 in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA, USA m sp-William Fraser MACARTHUR 15 AUG 1858 d 23 JUL 1893 in Perth, Scotland 1621 4-Isabella Fraser MACARTHUR 3 OCT 1893 in Perth, Scotland d 9 FEB 1973 in Washington DC, USA m sp-Joseph REEVES 23 MAR 1893 in Albrighton, Shropshire, England. See tree d 8 SEP 1934 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA m sp-private 1621 5-Private 1621 5-William James REEVES 14 JAN 1929 in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA, USA d 18 SEP 2004 in County Meadows, Plant City, Florida, USA 163 3-Janet SHIELLS 11 FEB 1871 in Myreston Rigg, Stenton, Haddington d 31 JAN 1952 m sp-John HOGG 164 3-Lillias SHIELLS 21 AUG 1873 in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland Death 7 FEB 1956 m sp-Alexander ANDERSON 17 JUN 1870 in Stenton, East Lothian d 1954 in Balgone, East Lothian. See tree for issue 165 3-John Francis Shiells u10 JUL 1875 in Spott, Haddington, Scotland Death 31 DEC 1929 2 1-Christian SHIELLS 6 SEP 1807 in Whitelaw, Haddington, Scotland 3 1-Francis SHIELLS 10 DEC 1809 in Whitelaw, Haddington, Scotland Death 14 APR 1871 in Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, Scotland m sp-Helen LAMB 31 2-John SHIELLS 18 MAY 1845 d 13 MAY 1871 32 2-Francis SHIELLS 31 MAR 1847 d 30 JUN 1929 33 2-Lillias Denholm SHIELLS 16 APR 1847 d 28 JUN 1936 34 2-James SHIELLS 6 OCT 1850 d 18 AUG 1941 35 2-William SHIELLS b 5 JUN 1852 in Longniddrey, East Lothian, Scotland Death 30 OCT 1922 in Fillimore, California, USA 36 2-Margaret SHIELLS 7 APR 1854 d 10 JAN 1866 3 1-Lilly SHIELLS 20 OCT 1813 in Whitelaw, Haddington, Scotland m sp-Tom ANDERSON *c1900? crystal shiell-loomis 1999 writes: My ggfr came from Monserrat in the Caribbean. According to my grandmother, the Irish settled there and that's where the name SHIELL came from. There is a book which I have not managed to get my hands on called "From Monserrat to Melbourne: the story of the SHIELL family" by Dorothy ANDERSON and Richard SHIELL. We are the only family of SHIELL's in Bermuda. *1680-89 Prestonkirk: George SHIELS was minister 1680-89 at Prestonkirk Parish Church, East Linton. Source: http://www.argonet.co.uk/users/ejclark/church/index.htm *1700+ Edinburgh The GRD CD for 2000 contains the following searching SHIELS in Scotland: amcd"att"esi.co.nz 1700+ Edinburgh L James 1120 Renfrew St Vancouver BC V5K 4B9 Canada; 1900+ Edinburgh, 1800+ Northgate Peebleshire I Salzwedel Box 123 or 9 Kaapmuiden TVL 1295 RSA; pre 1890 Barrhill AYR JL Shiels 33 Bank St Brierfield Lanc. BB9 5RJ; pre 1920 AYR K Lawson 16 Craigpark Gdns Galashiels SEL TD1 3HZ Scotland; pre 1800 BER AM Hutton 197 Highsted Rd Christchurch 8005 NZ; 1700+ Eyemouth BEW D Cassidy 411 Queen St South, Kincardine ONT (MOVED!) 1800+ Fifeshire H Stuart Box 310 Launceston Tas 7250 AUS; pre 1857 Fifeshire N Shiels 13 Granya Gve Mt Eliza Vic 3930 AUS; 1838 UK *c1800 Stenton ex david & dona SHIELL 2000: Stenton, East Lothian c1800 (Stenton is adjacent to Prestonkirk!) David George SHIELL m Donaleen (Dona) THIEM *1855 Debbie kanga2"att"iinet.net.au 2004 is tracing William SHIELS m Rose/Roseann BLANEY/BLAMEY. Ist child "John" born???? 1855 Ist known child born in Australia is Daniel, 1860 Adelaide, South Australia. No idea where they came from........... *c1881 ex Helen CROWLEY helen"att"andent.com 2005 William SHIELL b Monserrat, to Oz c1881 -ex book nearly 22 years ago
3.9 Our WATT family ================================================================= 3.(10) WATT clues *1817 Prestonkirk, East Lothian ex Robert FAHEY bobfahey"att"bigpond.net.au 29.11.2008, 2.12.08: 0 0-Richard WATT of Athelstaneford/Prestonkirk d by 1858 Ploughman m sp-Margaret d by 1858 1 1-Marrion WATT b June 22nd 1782 bp June 30th 1782. Andrew & James WATT witnesses. d 10.2.1858 single aged 76 in Haddington. Buried in the Churchyard Athelstaneford. Informant George WHITSON brother in law. 1851 with sp of 2 below. 2 1-Christian WATT b 29/11/1783 bp 7.12.1783 Andrew and James WATT witnesses. m sp-George WHITSON 1789 Dirleton, East Lothian 1841 Haddington George WHITSON W 62 1779 Dirleton, living with his sister-in-law Marion WATT (Marion was the elder sister to Christian & Margaret) 1851 Abbey, Haddington, East Lothian: ID George WHITSON Head W 62 1789 Dirleton, East Lothian Labourer sp-2 Margaret WHITSON Daur U 38 1813 Athelstaneford, East Lothian Farm serv 21 Andrew KERR Son 10 1841 Prestonkirk, East Lothian Scholar 211 Marion WATT Sis'inlaw U 50/56 1801/1795 Athelstaneford, East Lothian Pauper 1 Deaf & dumb 1861 Muckmerry, Gladsmuir, East Lothian: George WHITSON Head 76 1785 Dirleton, East Lothian Ag lab sp-2 Margaret WHITSON Daur 47 1814 Athelstaneford, Haddington 21 Andrew WHITSON GrandSon 20 1841 Prestenkirk, Haddington 211 [A son to 1??: 1861 3 Young St, Edinburgh St Andrew, Midlothian: George WHITSON Head M 49 1812 Dirleton, Haddingtonshire Levery Stable Keeper Margaret G WHITSON Wife M 45 1816 Mid Calder, Edinbroshire Isabella WHITSON Daur 18 1843 St Cuthberts, Edinbroshire George WHITSON Son 16 1845 St Cuthberts, Edinbroshire Helen WHITSON Daur 9 1852 St Cuthberts, Edinbroshire] 21 2-Margaret WHITSON b 10.9.1811 bp 18.9.1811 Athelstaneford, East Lothian witnesses Richd WATT & William WHITSON (father or brother of George?); (bp ex Tim 7.12.08). 1851-61 with father. 211 3-Andrew WHITSON 1841 Prestenkirk, Haddington 1851-61 with mother & grfr. 22 2-Elizabeth WHITSON bp 22.8.1813 Athelstaneford, East Lothian 23 2-Christian WHITSON bp 28.5.1815 Athelstaneford, East Lothian 24 2-May WHITSON bp 28 SEP 1817 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 3 1-Margaret WATT b 14.10.1790 bp 16.2.1793 Andrew and James WATT witnesses. 4 1-Robert WATT "Robert, son to Richard WATT in Markle and Margaret WATT his wife was b February 6th 1793 and bp February 16th, 1793. Witnesses Andrew and James WATT" 5 1-Richard WATT "Richard, son to Richard WATT and Margaret WATT in Markle was b February 11, 1799 and bp February 18th. Witnesses Robert BROWN and Alexander DODDS" Richard WATT, shepherd, married, aged 60, son of Richard WATT (deceased) and Elizabeth (sic) WATT d February 09, 1860 at Abbey Mains, Haddington. m 6.4.1818 Athelstaneford sp-Elizabeth MCKENZIE b 13.12.1799 Prestonkirk d 27.1.1866 Humbie, East Lothian. Daughter of James MCKENZIE and Margaret ANDERSON. 51 2-Richard WATT, b. January 06, 1819, Athelstaneford, Haddington. 52 2-Margaret WATT, b. July 07, 1820, Athelstaneford, Haddington. 3. 53 2-Helen WATT, b. December 28, 1823, Athelstaneford, Haddington. 4. 54 2-Marion WATT, b. June 26, 1824, Athelstaneford, Haddington. 55 2-Andrew WATT, b. August 12, 1826, Athelstaneford, Haddington, Scotland m sp-Margaret BROOMFIELD after banns were posted 15 May 1852. He was then in Prestonkirk & she in Haddington. Cautioners Robert REID and James WATT 16/5/1852. 5. 56 2-Elizabeth WATT, b. February 26, 1829, Athelstaneford. 6. 57 2-James WATT b 28.11.1831 bp 16.11.1831 witnesses Robert WATT and George WHITSON. d 10.6.1916 Haddington. 58 2-William WATT, b. October 22, 1834, Athelstaneford. 59 2-Janet WATT b 30.4.1838 Athelstaneford. d 3.9.1901 buried St Marys Parish Church Haddington Plot I15. m 10.6.1859 Haddington sp-Robert MALCOLM .............................................................................. *1820-1854 Dunbar C117067 has 841 baptisms/births, with 10 WATT bps/births, eg *1834 Dunbar Euphemia WATT Christening: 26 Mar 1834 Dunbar, East Lothian dr of John & Esobell WATT *1844 Dunbar Euphemia WATT Birth: 10 Aug 1844 Dunbar, East Lothian dr of Thomas WATT & Jean DAVIDSON *1846 Dunbar Margaret Mitchel WATT Christening: 22 Nov 1846 Dunbar dr of Matthew WATT & Margaret LITSTER
4. RELATED WEBSITES 4.1 GENEALOGY **NZ: *You can order bmd certificates online at www.bdmrecords.dia.govt.nz * Auckland wills & much more are in the Auckland branch of the National Archives ph 08 270 1100 Mt Wellington 2005 auckland"att"archway.archives.govt.nz * For passenger lists (currently 1855-88 or 1871-1915?) go to http://beta.familysearch.org Select NZ. * VARCOE's New Zealand Marriages Index 1840+ is at http://marvin.otago.ac.nz/marriages/marriages.php It allows one to find spouses - I have not tried it yet. Thanks Ian J! Enter the year of marriage. Look up fiche of NZ bmds at your local library for the Folio no. of the marriage. Enter this at VARCOE's site. etc **SCOTLAND: www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk
* The 1891 CENSUS for Scotland is (still?) available for a fee.
records"att"gro-scotland.gsi.gov.uk 2002: The General Register Office for Scotland GROS: search our records online (including digital images of statutory bmd registers for 1904,1929,1954) at the pay site www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk For help: scotlandspeople"att"scotlandonline.co.uk. eg There were 539 WHITSON in Haddington parish records (1553-1854). To view costs 6P for 30 credits for 24 hrs only. A site for East Lothian: http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/towns/townfirst275.html* PRESTONKIRK, east of Edinburgh, is in the County of East Lothian, previously known as HADDINGTONSHIRE. For information on Prestonkirk Parish Church in the village of East Linton, East Lothian, (3m E of Haddington on the A1) including sketches of its features and the names of the 723 buried there, seehttp://www.ejclark.force9.co.uk/survey/Graves there include CUMMING G298 FENDER B37, H416, K565 HOGG B20, B27, B47, D78, E175, F231, G306, G319, H367, H433, H443, I497, I541, K685, K703 SHIEL I408, K719 SHIELDS C68, G283 SHIELLS I387 WHITSON F214, I391 Other sites on East Linton are: http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/towns/townfirst275.html http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/eastlinton/eastlinton/ This photo of East Linton village was sent by AB 2005. http://www.genuki.org.uk/contents/ELNcontents.shtml does not work. It had a link to Haddington and to St Mary's graveyard there. But this only lists 2 WHITSON: James d 28.9.1885 & Janet (Mrs W.PATERSON) d 10.1.1889. See there St Mary's history: Founded as a Collegiate Church in 1380, and taking over one hundred years to build, the church was largely ruined during the Siege of Haddington 1548-49 after the Rough Wooing by Henry VIII. So where are the oldgraves? I've asked firstname.lastname@example.org What happened to the Lothian Directory at http://www.sportstune.com/elothian/local.html with links to Dunbar, Haddington, Prestonpans and other towns? And https://sites.rootsweb.com/~sctwln2/westlo.htm, a genealogy site for West Lothian? and The Scottish Family History Magazine,Australia and New Zealand http://scotslink.alphalink.com.au ? And http://userdb.rootsweb.com/uki/ SCOTLAND, Dunbar. Burials & Mort Cloths, Dec 1739 to Apr 1851? And http://yard.ccta.gov.uk/cwgc/register.nsf/ ? This gave information on Commonwealth soldiers killed in wars, for example 2244 Thomas (Henry) WHITSON, can be obtained from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.http://www.familysearch.com* For genealogy in general try the very useful LDS FAMILYSEARCH site. Try clicking on the yellow search tab at the top. Particularly useful are entries under "Ancestral File" since clicking on "Pedigree" allows one to scroll through the family. (One can refine the search using the red box on RHS, eg to Southwest Pacific. The bottom entry in the red box, Pedigree Resource File, links to whole family trees.) Of course their accuracy depends on the submitter and sources. For the BATCH NUMBERS for a particular parish go to freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tyeroots/index4.html for SCOTLAND or freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tyeroots/index4.html then scroll down the county list on LHS or for some counties home.clear.net.nz/pages/nzsoghamilton/batchnumbers.htm This link now fails but IGI Batch Numbers for East Lothian,Scotland are available at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hughwallis/IGIBatchNumbers/CountyEast_Lothian.htm EAST LOTHIAN: Aberlady Athelstaneford Bolton *1604 Haddington County: North Berwick C117131-C117139 M117131 - M117139 eg M117132 1604-1616 & 1653-1721; M117137 1820-1855 Dunbar C117061 - C117059 M117061 - M117069 eg C117064 1688-1767; C117067 & M117067 1820-1854 Haddington (the parish not the county) C117091 - C117099 M117091 - M117099 eg C117091 & M117091 1855-1875; C117092 1619-1659; C117094 1660-1674; C117096 1684-1749; C117098 1785-1819; M117098 1622-1820 Prestonkirk C117171 - C117179 M117171 - M117179 eg C117172 & M117172 1658-1820 Prestonpans C117181 - C117189 M117189 - M117189; film 1903931 I HAVE NOT YET HAD TIME TO CHECK THESE OUT except as noted. ........................................................................... *1658 Prestonkirk PRESTONKIRK C&M117172 1658-1821, C&M117174 1820-1855, C&M117171 1855-1875: WHITSON gave as well as those above 0 Helen WHYTSON m 26 JUL 1670 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Robert CHRYSTISONE 0 Alexander WHYTSON 1 Catharin WHITSON bp 10 NOV 1672 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 2 Elisabeth WHITSON bp 09 JAN 1676 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 3 Barbra WHYTSON bp: 12 JAN 1679 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 0 Jennet/Janet WHITSON m 01 DEC 1674 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-David GRIEVE 0 James WHITSON m 08 JUN 1675 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Alison HARDIE 0 Alexander WHYTSON m sp-Marien WATT [presumably Alexander WHITSON m NOV 1717 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Margaret WATT] 1 Elizabeth WHITSON bp 17 APR 1720 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 0 Thomas WHITSON m 9 Dec 1755 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Agnes HOG [our 0] M117172 1658-1821 1 Agnes WHITSON bp 17 APR 1768 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 0 Elspeth WHITSON m 06 DEC 1783 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Robert HOGG [our 4] 0 James WHITSON m 16 NOV 1782 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Katherine FOULER/FOWLER 1 Helen WHITSON bp 17 OCT 1783 Prestonkirk, East Lothian [our 31] 0 Jennet/Janet WHITSON c1785 m 20-12-1811 Peebles, Peebleshire, Scotland sp-Alexander GRIEVE 1 1-Margaret GRIEVE came to Australia as a bounty bride in 1841. 1xx Norm EMBERSON of Melbourne to WHITSON board, ancestry email@example.com 0 James WHITSON m sp-Anna HOPE 1 Anna WHITSON bp 16 JUL 1815 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 0 Marion WHITSON m 13 NOV 1840 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-Charles WATT 0 Richard WHITSON m 28 MAR 1846 Prestonkirk,East Lothian,Scotland sp-Mary SIMPSON 1 Jane WHITSON b 16 JUL 1855 Prestonkirk, East Lothian 0 Catherine WHITSON m 03 JUN 1854 Prestonkirk, East Lothian sp-James FISHER 0 Thomas WHITSON m sp-Elisabeth SIMPSON 1 William WHITSON b 25 NOV 1866 Prestonkirk, East Lothian ....................................................................... *1809 Prestonpans, East Lothian Prestonpans C117181 - C117189 M117189 - M117189; film 1903931: C117182 1596 - 1620 - C117189 1603 - 1680 - C117185 1687 - 1704 - C117186 1704 - 1716 - C117187 1716 - 1738 - C117188 1738 - 1820 0 Wm WHITSON m sp-Mary BAIN/BANE 1 Elisabeth WHITSON bp JAN 1809 Prestonpans, East Lothian 2 Catherine WHITSON bp 18 FEB 1813 Prestonpans, East Lothian C117181 1855 - 1875 - C117183-4 do not exist ....................................................................... *1614 EAST LOTHIAN: Aberlady M117025 1751-1854 Athelstaneford C117031 1855-1875; M117034 1764-1820 Bolton M117042 1685-1821 Dirleton C117051 1855-1875; M117052 1664-1819 Dunbar Gladsmuir C117081 1855-1875 Innerwick M117112 1614-1689; C117115 1741-1820 Ormiston M117152 1637-1649 & 1706-1819 Pencaitland M117161 1855-1875; M117164 1698-1819 Whitekirk M117234 1761-1819 Yester M117252 1654-1819 ....................................................................... *1682 MIDLOTHIAN: Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian M195004 1811-1819; M195006 1820-1835 Cranston, Midlothian C116802 1682-1820 Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian C116852 1863-1869; C119804 1748-1750 Liberton, Midlothian 7912430, 8500054 Saint Cuthberts,Edinburgh,Midlothian M119895 1820-1825 West Calder, Midlothian C117011 1855-1875 ....................................................................... 4.2 MAPS For information on Scottish places try the Gazetteer athttp://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/This will also give you a map of East Lothian, one showing Prestonpans, Haddington, Dunbar and North Berwick, each of which you can click on for more information. It does not appear to acknowledge the existence of the other EL villages listed in Appendix 1 below.APPENDIX 1: INDEX OF WHO LIVES WHERE BY COUNTRY AND TOWNd=dead m=moved w=wife h=husband -=previous prefix For example "3462: 0d 144m -2" stands for "3462d, 34621 44m, 34621 442" . AUSTRALIA -by State State unknown 2221: 423 452 49 -1-2; 3462: 1332d 171; 3464: 411m 412 45 -1; 3469: 14 541 *ACT Wanniassa 3464: 411 412 *NSW Camperdown 34626 131m Eden (at lower right corner) 2221 622 -1-2 Ettealong 34626 13m Gosford 34626 132m Hay 2243m Sydney 34623 32m; 3232 31; 2234 23; Umina 3462: 613 257 -1-2 Young 3232d *QUEENSLAND 34621 92, Beenleigh 3464: 45 -1-2-3 Brisbane 2221: 422 451 515 -1-2-3; 34621 92; 3232 22d; 3235d; Bundaberg 2221 49d Dalby 3235 2 Dirranbundi 3235 12 -1?-2? Eagleby 3464: 44 -1-2-3-4-5 Elanova 3462: 191 Goondiwindi 3235: 0d 1 11 12 13 Indooroopa 2242 12 & family Longreach 3235 13-1-2-3 Montville 3235 11 -1-2 Pialba 2221: 443 Redcliffe 3235 d1953 Surat 3232 1; 3235: 0d 13m Toowoomba 3235sp m1963 Wavell Heights 34163 4 *SOUTH AUSTRALIA ? 2234 Adelaide 3416: 2 21 33; 2242: 1 -1-2 -21-22-23 Broadview 34162 1 Eyres Peninsular 34163 2 Gawler Blocks 3416: 0d 2 Lake Wangary 34163 2 Maitland 34162 2 ?Payneham 34161d Port Lincoln 3416: 0 1d 3 31-1-2-3-4 32-1-2-3-4-5-6 33-1-2 35-1-2 Riverton 3416 Tennyson 34163 3 Willonga 34162 2 *VICTORIA Brighton 3235sp 1885 Heidelburg 3214 2d Melbourne 2221 472; 3462: 414; 3469: 131m 4d; 223; 3232: 0 2 3 4 41 -1-2-3 42 -1-2 43d; 2236; 321 -1 -2 -3 -31d -32d -42d -43d -4? -5d -52d -521 -6 2234d -1m -2m Nagambie 3232 21d Tabilk 3232: 21 22 Traralgon 3464: 43 -1-2 *WESTERN AUSTRALIA 3462: 134 -1-2 Albany 3462: 223 Byford 3215 23 Coolgardie 3215d Geraldton 2221 134 Gingin (N ofPerth) 3462: 13 131 -1-2-3 132 -1-2-3-4; 3464: 0 -1-2 Kalgoolie 3215d Moora 34621 322 Northampton 3215 32d Perth 3462: 412 -1-2; 3215: 0d 1 2d 22 23 3 32d 33; 34621 3* Redmon 2221 135 Wedton 2221 132 BELGIUM Remy Siding 32141d CANADA 2221 1411m; (Ontario) 2221; 346721; Edmonton 34626 112m; Hinton 34626 111m; Lethbridge 2221 4131m; Raymond (Alberta) 2221: 413 -1 Toronto 2221: 111 -1-2-3 Vancouver Island 2221: 111 -3 ENGLAND - by county * ? Bolton 34626 31m ? Brighton 2234211m Ilford 34622 Monks Risborough 34621 Romford 34622 *Buckinghamshire, High Wycombe 3462w *Cambridgeshire?,Cambridge University 3462, 346311, 3464, 3225 21, *Cheshire,Knutsford 2234 123 (1995) *Essex, Brentwood 2221 -1 -2 -3 -4 Hutton 34695 3 *Hampshire Portsmouth 349-sp DEACON family *Hartfordshire 3232 32 *Kent, Sevenoaks 34672 22 224 *London Where was 22's London brewery 1841-57? 2221 21m -1m; 34622 221m; 34624 22; 34641 121m; 3215 31 -1-2; 211?; 34621 m; 32322m; 34921 2m; 3496m WW1; 3214 4md; 3215 21m; 3215 31+; 227+; 611d; 7121 111; 722md; 7223 11; 7223 131; 7224 1d; 7227 22m;7227 23; 723md; 7233md; 7234 132m?; 7234 2md; 7234 21m; 7234 221m; 7241 31+m; 7241 33m; [2233 0 11 131; 2243hd; - these ID nos look wrong] *Middlesex 3235sp 1849 *North Yorkshire, Leyburn, 34622 22 -1 *Oxfordshire, Oxford 3215 31m; 3225 41; 2234 123 *Staffordshire, Lichfield 3225 21 *Sussex 32131d *Tyne & Wear: Newcastle 34626 311m; South Shields 3462: 631 -1 *Yorkshire, Leyburn 3462: 222 -1 FIJI Lautoka /Yalobi,Waya,Yasawa Islands /Suva 34932d FRANCE Correns 2221 21; Ypres 3214 1d; 2218; GERMANY,WEST Cologne 2234 13m; Worms (near Heidelberg) 222m HUNGARY 34163 4m INDIA Bangladore 2243 2w1; Madras 222 IRELAND -see NORTHERN IRELAND ITALY 34632d, 2221 21m, LIBYA Tripoli 34933d 34934d MALAYSIA Brunei 2243 23m Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 2243: 2m -1m -2m -3m MEXICO Londres 2221: 141 -1m-2 NEW GUINEA (Papua Niugini) Baimuru, Gulf Province 3462: 33 3311 3312 333m 334 3341 3342 3343 NEW ZEALAND Ashhurst, near Palmerston North 2221: 112 -1-2-3-4 Atiamuri 2221 453 -1-2 Auckland (see also Drury,Helensville,Pukekohe,Rothesay Bay, Takanini,Waiatarua) 22d; 22wd; 221d; 222d; 222hd; 2221: 221m 2212m 15 15hd 151 444d 4532m 5d 5wm 513 -1-2-3-4 521m 61 -1-2-3 71w -31m -32m 3462: 0d 221m 14d -1-3 15 -11-12-13-2-21-22-3-31 18m 181 1811 1812 182m 183 -1 1882m 193 321 -1-2-3-4 411 -1-2 413 421 -1-2 633m 6331 6411m 3463: 2 -33 -34 3464: 0d 22 111 -1-2 222 -2 223 -1-2-3 224 -1-2 226d 227 12 -11 -2-3-4 13 -1-2-3 1421 144 33m 4w 3225d; 2321d; 3467d; 2228d; 3469: 0d 51 -1-2 521m 522m 531 532 533 322(10)d; 223 -1 224 349 3491 3492: 0 1 11 111 112 12 121 3493: 0 1d 2d 3d 31 311 312 32 321 322 323 347 4d 5 51 511 512 513 514 515 52m 53 531 3494: 0 1 11;3495: 0 1; 3496 321; 3416; 228 2121: 1w -2-21-22-23 2234: 121 -1 1221-1m-2m; 3235: 0 1 11; 224; 2241: 0 1d 2 21 22 -1-2-3 3 31 -1-2 32 33 -1 4 41 42 43 2242: 0 1m 12m 2m 21m 3 32 34 4 2243: 0 1m 11m 2 21 -1-2-3 22 23 24; 2244 -Balmoral 3464: 113 -1-2-3 -Blockhouse Bay 2221: 61 -1 -2d -3 -Bucklands Beach 3462: 141 143 -1-2-3 153 -1-2-3-4; 34641 36 -Ellerslie 3462: 15 152 -1-2 -Forest Hill 2221: 513 -1-2-3-4 -Freemans Bay 2243 24 -1; -Henderson 2221 522; 3462: 181 -1-2 182 -1-2 -Howick 2221 153; 3462: 143 -1m-2m-3m; 3464: 121 -1 124 13 -1-2-3 -Mangere 3462: 14w 151 -1-2-3 -Manukau City 2221: 421 -1-2 -Manurewa 2221 421 -1-2; -Massey 34624 13 -Mt Albert 34641 15 -Mt Eden 3464: 11 111 -1-2 112 -1-2-3 114 -1-2; 3469: 51 -1-2 -Mt Wellington 34644 wm -Otahuhu 34622 313m; 34643 d -Pakuranga (16km SE) 3462: 421 -1-2; 34641 2 13; -Papakura 2221: 411 -1-2 412 414m 7121m 7122m; 3464: 1h 14 3h -3d; 2243 22 -1; -Papatoetoe 2221: 151 713 -1-2; 34641 31 -St Heliers 1222: 71w -31m -32m -Takapuna 34621 42m -Titirangi 3462: 411 -1-2 -Torbay 2243 23 -1-2; -Waiatarua 2221 522 Balclutha 2234 122m 2234 123m Benneydale 34626 3 Burwood (26km SE of Te Anau) 34695 5m Cambridge, near Hamilton 2221 143 Christchurch (See also Darfield.) 2221: 5w 51m 52m 721; 3462: 152m 153m; 3464: 41m -1m 42m 44m -1m; 34671 21; 3469: 55m -1m -2m -3; 2121: 13 -1 -2; 2234 123 22 -1 -2 Coromandel 3225 Dannevirke 2121: 1d -11m Darfield S of Christchurch 2221 515hm Dargaville 3462: 31 314 3171m; 2242: 2 21 211 212 3 4; -Donerlys Crossing 34623 1; -Tangitoria 34623 14; Drury 34641 2 141 142 Dunedin 3464: 42m; 223d -1d -2d -3d; 2234: 0d 1 11 111 112 113 12m 121m 122m 13m 2m 22m 23m 3235md; 2236d; 2244d; East Cape 34631m Featherston 2221 713m Feilding 2221: 3232 472; 3462: 615m 6151m 6152m; 34633 -sp; Frankton, Hamilton 2221 41 Gisborne (see also Makaraka, Matawai, Newstead,Otoko, Te Karaka, WaimateValley) Gisborne's HBWilliams library is at Peal St ph 06 867 6709 info"att"gpl.govt.nz Gisborne's Tairawhiti Museum is at Kelvin Park,Stout St ph 06 867 3832 http://www.tairawhitimuseum.org.nz Gisborne's Taruheru Cemetery records are held by the Gisborne (HB Williams Memorial) library. ph 06 867 6709 info"att"gpl.govt.nz I found the following graves there 2007 - most not related: CAMERON Mary d31.10.1927 m H, Harry d1949 at 80?; WJ 10/1893 1st NZEF 1939-45 private Wellington Regt d29.3.1978 at 98 & (wife) Jessie GC 9.1.1989 [2221 6]. HINDRUP Myrtle 1970 at 69 TODD m Lizzie d19.7.1977 at 84, Bill 9.6.1922 at 5 TOMBLESON Dorothy 1899-1968 dr of MB & Stella MANDER m Grahame 1902-67 May 3.4.1971 at 75 m Percy 22.2.1974 at 80 [34622 ], Joshua Edwin 1976 at 66 m Helen Aube 2003 at 95. 2221: 0d 0wd 1d 1hd 11m 12md 13d 13w 131 -1-2 14m 14h1 141m 142m 1421m 143m 15m 16m 2md 2hmd 3d 4d 41m -1m -2m 42m -4m 4241m 4242m 425m -1m -2m 43d 44m 442m 443m 444d 445m 4451m 446m 452m 453m 454m 46 461 4611 462 -1-2 463m -1 47m 48 481 482 -1 -2-3 483 484m 485 486 49m 5md 6d 61m 62 721 -1-2 722m 723 -1-2 724 63 64 65 -1-2 661 6611 6612 662m 663 6631 6632 664 7hd 711m 72m 721m 8d 81d 82 821 822 823 222d; 222hd; 3463: 1 2d 3d; 3464: 145 2d 3d 4d 5d 6d; 3464: 0d -5m -6m -5m -51m 3467: 0d 1 11 111 112 12m; 3469: 1m 2d; 322(10)d; 3469: 1m 2d; 322(10)d 3235: 2 -1-2-3 Hamilton (See also Frankton) 2221: 1411 143 -1-2 41 4121m 4122 413 414 45 471 712m 3462: 1(10)1 3121d 316 3191m 422 611 -1-2-3 6241m 642m 643m -1m -2m 644m 3464: 31 -1-2-3; 34691 121m 2121 111; 2243 21m; Hastings 2221: 16 161m 162m 163 -1-2-3-4-5-6 164 -1-2-3-4 165 461m -4 3464: 0 1m 11m 12m 13m 14m 41m 42m 42sp1 421m 43m 44m 45m 6d Hawera 2221 7112 Helensville 34623 33m Huntly 3462: 221m -1-2 643m -1-2; 34691 5hm Invercargill 2221 1122 Kaikohe 2221: 511 -1-2-3 515m; 34621 42m; Kaitaia 2221: 511 -1-2-3; 3462: 142 -1-2; 2243 11; Kawakawa 2221: 51m -1m-2m-3m-4m-5m-6m; 34623 141 Kawerau 3469: 15 -1-2 Kerikeri 2221: 5111 514m Lincoln,near Christchurch 2221 13w Lower Hutt 34621 62;3467: 12 121m 122 -1 123;34695 5 -1-2-3;2242: 33m -1m-2m-3m Mahurangi (N of Auckland) 22 118 Makaraka Cemetery is where 222 d1899 is buried. In 2007 I looked for her grave but could not find it. Gisborne (HB Williams Memorial) library holds copies of burial registers for the Makaraka Cemetery (1877 - 1981) ph 06 867 6709 info"att"gpl.govt.nz Graves there include HINDRUP Carl Emil d6.12.1913 at 49 m Emily Mary d1.2.1949 at 69, their son Rifleman Fredk Johan k 26.8.1918 France at 23, their grandson Sgt Frank J RNZAF k20.4.1941 at 23 in air operations . Here are some JUDD graves I found there (none on our branch): Maria C d5.3.1897, Emily d4.7.1926 at 85, Maria d17.9.1976 at 88 Eliz. 25.11.1880 at 28, Rbt 9.12.1880 at 5 wks, Wm m1 Eliz. 25.4.1901 at 54 m2 Catherine 14.10.1941 at 80 222, 22211, 3462, -61 (1995), -611, -614, 2228 Mangakino 3469: 112m Mangapehi (26km SE of Te Kuiti) 3462: 131m 63 -21m -22m Mangapuaka (27km E of Dannevirke) 2121m Matamata (see also Walton) 2221: 47 472m; 34626 24 -1-2; 3469: 113m 114d 115 12d; Matawa 34633 md Matawai (74km NE of Gisborne) 3462: 1(10)m 1(10)3 12; 34671 1 Matawhero (near Makaraka junction; near Gisborne/Wairoa/Opotiki) 2221d For an account of the Ringatu prophet Te kooti's attack on Matawhero in 1868 see Chapter 7 p158 of "The Matriarch" (1986) by Witi IHAEMAERA, Heinemann, Auckland. (This gives "Historical Poverty Bay by JB MACKAY as one source.) p185: 18.2.1889 A public meeting of 500 at Makaraka to protest Te Kooti's return for the opening of the temple Te Rongapai (The Gospel); government asked for 30 arms. 21.2.1889 A public meeting of 800 in Gisborne. Next day The Premier arrived to defuse the situation. Te Kooti was bound over to keep the peace for 6 months for 1500 pounds. Not having that he was put in Mt Eden Gaol. His conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court but upheld by the Court of Appeal. So he never saw this temple. He died 1893 at Wainui, 15 km W of Opotiki. See also p313. Maungaturoto (64km S of Whangarei) 2221 161 -1 -2 Meremere 34691 51m Milton 34644 2 Miranda (33km SW of Thames) 34633 d Morere (near Gisborne) 2221 426 Motueka 2221: 162 -1-2-3-4 Mount Maunganui 3462: 331 -1-2-3-4; 3469: 1 11 52 -1-2; 2242 421; Napier 2221: 34641 64hm 4213m 71d; 34621 71m 18hm; Nelson 2221 1121; 34626 24hm New Plymouth 2221 164hm; 2242 2hm Newstead (8km E of Hamilton at Makaraka junction) 3462: 2211 6d Ngaruawahia 2221: 453m ; 3462: 221 -1-2 641m; 3464: 31m 32m; Ngatapa (near Gisborne?) 2221 463 Ngongataha (See also Rotorua) 3462:0 1 2 311 313 -1-2-3 315 -1-2-3 43m -5m Ohope 34626 2m Onewhero (c18km SW of Pukekohe) -see Tuakau Opotiki 3462: 1(10) 319 -1-2-3; 34643 23m; Opoutama (45km E of Wairoa) 3462: 4; 3464: 0d -1-2-3-4-5-6; Ormondville (20km NE of Dannevirke) 212d Otane (35km SW of Hastings) 34621 7m Otoko (N of Te Karaka going to Opotiki; 56km NW of Gisborne) 3462: 1 12m 14d 16d 17m 1(10)m 4m 5d 7d 74d 8d 9d Otonga in Waimate Valley 3462: 0, 1, 11, 3, 4, 5, 642, 7, 74, 8, 82 (1995), 9 Otorohanga (19km N of Te Kuiti) 3462: 312 -1-2-3-4; 2242 41h; Owhena (East Cape) 34631m Paihia (14km N of Kawakawa) 2221 51 Palmerston North -see also Ashhurst 2221: 11 111m 112 1121 1122 1123 1124 113m 1131m 1132m 14 143m -1m -2m 454 484 -2 3462: 1631m 323 -1-2 712 615 -1-2; 3463: 31m; 3464: 123; 3493: 521m 522m; 2121: 1d 11 11w 111 112 121m 122m 13m Papamoa (9km NE of Te Puke) 3462: 432 -1; 3469: 111 -1-2; Porirua 34644 2m -1 Pukekohe (See also Tuakau) 3462: 641 -1-2-3 Puketapu (14km N of Napier) 34642 d Putaruru 2221: 141hm 423 -1-2-3; 34621 43wm; 34644 4h1m Queenstown 2221 1123 Raglan (50km NE of Kawhia; Waikato) 3462: 64 -2 -21 -4 Rangiriri (16km N of Huntly) 3462: 643 -1-2 Raumati South 34623 33m Rawene, Hokianga 2234 222 Reporoa (S of Waimangu, near Rotorua) 2221 441 Rothesay Bay (10km N of Auckland) 2242 32 Rotorua (See also Mamaku, Ngongataha) 2221: 44 441 -1-2 442 444d 445 -1 446 -1 4531m 4612m 4613m 464 -1 481 3462: 3111 3112 3122 3123 3124 313m 314m -1m -2m 315m 316m 318m 319m 41 413m 414 43 431 -1-2 432m 433 -1-2 434 -1-2 435 712m 722 3469: 13 -1-2 141 142 143 3; 3493 2d; 2243 1; Stratford 2221 71d Taihape 3464: 226m 141 Tairua (37km SE of Whitianga) 2221: 712 -1-2 Takanini near Auckland 2242 43 -1-2 Taumarunui 2221 7111 Taumarunui -Ongarue (24km N of Taumarunui) 2221 511wm; 3462: 632 -1-2 Taupiri (26km NW of Hamilton) 2221: 41m -2m Taupo 34622 2w; 34691 13m; 2242 31; Tauranga (See also Mt Maunganui, Papamoa, Te Puke, Te Puna) 2221 45 3462: 163 -1-2 164 331 -1-2-3-4 42 4321m 3464: 32 -1-2-3 3469: 1d 11 1111m 1112m 112 -1-2 113 132m 521 54m -1m Te Anau -see Burwood Te Aroha (47km NE of Hamilton) 2221 413m; 3462: 624m -1m-2m; 34695 41 Te Awamutu 2221 414w1m Te Karaka (32km NW of Gisborne) 3462: 19 212 -1 Te Kuiti - see Mangapehi Te Pahi 3462: 7d 71d Te Puia (11km N of Tokomaru Bay) 2221: 464m Te Puke (21km SE of Mount Maunganui; see also Papamoa) 3462: 432 -1 623 -1-2-3 3469: 0d 1m 11m 12d 13m 14m 15m 2d 3m 4d 5d 5w 51m 52m 53m 54 541m 55m -1-2 56 6d Te Puna (11 km W of Tauranga) 34624 2 Te Uri (40km SE of Dannevirke) 2121 Thames 34621 42m; 3463: 31 -1; 2242: 42 -1-2; Tokanui 34691 2d Tokoroa 2221: 4122m? 4123m?; 3462: 316m 4131; 3469: 111m 152m Tolaga Bay 3462: 141m 212m 213m Tuakau (9km SE of Pukekohe) 3462: 231 -1-2-3 Upper Hutt 3462: 615 -1-2; Waiatarua near Auckland 2221 522 Waimana (27km SE of Whakatane) 3462: 31 318 Waimate (Waimata) Valley (Gisborne) 3462: 0d 2d 32 321 322 -1-2-3d 323 5d 7d 71d 8 81d 82 821 822 823; 34629; 3463: 0d 1m 2d 3m Waimuku (32km NW of Auckland) 2221 151; 3462: 333 -1-2 Wainuiomata 3469: 55m -1m-2m-3m Waiouru 2221: 484m; 3464: 111m 112m 113m 114m 115m 142m 143m; Waipawa (43km SW of Hastings) 34623 22m Waipiro Bay (16km E of Russell) 2221: 461m 462m 463m; 34623 11m 312m; Waipukarau 2221: 42 424 -1-2-3-4 425 -1-2-3 711 -1-2; 3462: 1632m 17 191m; Wairoa 2221: 131m 2d 2hd 21m; 3462: 422m 633m 634 64m; 3464: 0d 5d; Walton (15km NW of Matamata) 2221 47m; Wanganui 2221: 4841m; 2242: 33 -1-2-3; Wellington (see also Lower Hutt, Porirua, Upper Hutt, Wainuiomata) 2221: 142 -1-2-3 4611m 72 -2 3462: 162m 323m 33m 331m 332 -1-2-3 3331m 615m -1m-2m 3464: 41m -1m-2m; 34692d; 3493: 52 -1-2; 222md; 212md; 2121: 0md 1md 11m 11wm 111m 12m; 2234: 122-1-2-3 13 -1-2 2 -1 -11m; 2242: 41 -1-2; Wellsford 2243 12; Whakatane (See also Waimana) 2221: 422 -1-2-3-4 3462: 231m 3142m 3161m 3172m 62 721 -1-2-3 722m 623m 624m 3464: 31m -1m-2m-3m 412m 2243: 1 Whangaparaoa (48km NE of Auckland) 2221: 52 521 Whangarei 2221: 1d 12d 12w 121m 131wm 15m 15hd 151m 5111m 512 -1-2 516 Winton near Lumsden,Otago 2221 142hm Woodville 2221 711m-1m-2m NORTHERN IRELAND Belfast CHECK222 -1 -2 -3 -31 -32 -33 -4 -5 -52d -6 -7 -8 349 cf ove gives 34631 12 121 123 124 125 126 13 132 133 14 142 143 21 3 32 32253, 34673 31 32 Dungannon 3464 PAPUA NIUGINI 2221: 1m -12m -3m; 3462: 33 334 -1-2-3 SAMOA 34163 3m 34163 32m SCOTLAND * by county ?Dalkeith -grandfather of 222-sp, 2221 14h2m 1924 ?Galashiels - marriage place of grandparents of 222-sp ?Glasgow 3464wmd ?Kildonan 223sp 1840 ?Roxburgh,Melrose father of 222-sp 1789 *EAST LOTHIAN Athelstaneford 2 22 Dirleton 254-256 Dunbar 22 Haddington 22 223 321 21 212 22 224 349 Haddington is both a parish and a town. This could explain the discrepancy in the marriage place of 22 Robert. North Berwick 23 24 25 252 253 26 Preston 12 Prestonkirk 0 to 5 251 Prestonpans 0Here's more info on this town 15 minutes E of Edinburgh, in a friendly email, including the linkTynninghame 33 *MIDLOTHIAN Currie -see parents of 222-sp Edinburgh 222-sp 3462 Leith (port of Edinburgh) 22 before 1857, 222 *PERTHSHIRE (N of Edinburgh) Dunkeld - see grandmother of 222-sp Perth 3463d *RENFREW Greenock (port, NW of Glasgow) 22 221 223 *STIRLING Stirling 222-sp 2221d 3462d 3463d SINGAPORE 2221 454m; 34626 15m -1m -2m; SOUTH AFRICA ? most descendants of 221 Capetown 22132 -2 2219 Durban 221331 -1 -2 -3 Easthondis 221321 Hartswater 2221: 113 -1-2-3 Johannesburg 2221: 223m; 2219: 1d -2 -21 -22; Kempdorp 2221: 13m -1m-2m-3m Queenstown 221; 2211; 2212: 0 3; 2213: 0 3 31m 33 331 332; 221 -4-5-6-7-8-9; TRINIDAD Port of Spain 2234hmd USA 34645236; -Cincinnati, Ohio 34644 1 ZIMBABWE Harare 34641 21hmAPPENDIX 2: INDEX OF FAMILY NAMES SHOWING WHERE THEY FIRST APPEARThose unrelated are indented. Adams 2242 41 Auckland 1942 Agnew 3214 Glasgow c1890 Ahearn 2121 1 Wellington 1940 Ainslie 321 Melbourne 1857 Aitken 2219 11 Queenstown,SA c1960 Alan 3463126 N Ireland 1995 Archer 34623 31 Port Moresby,PNG 1976 Armstrong 3232 2 London 1938 Arnold 3462515 m2 Brisbane 1994 Arrol 2221 421 Ashby 34621 8 Gosbprme 1951 Attwood 2221 411 Papakura 1972 Babbs 34633 Wellington 1942 Bailey 3235 Melbourne 1906 Baker 34644 1 Wellington 1978 Bakker 2221 521 Auckland 1960 Ball 2221 4 Gisborne 1926 Barlow 34644 2 Tauranga 1971 Barron 2221 15 Gisborne 1947 Bastin 2219 Queenstown,SA c1900 Bates 34643 Egypt 1943 Baxter 34623 32 Fielding 1980 Beaufill 34623 11 Ngongotaha 1967 Bell 2242 421 Mt Maunganui 1991 Benge 34691 32 Rotorua 1988 Bennett 34622 12 Manutuke 1982 Benson 3235 13 Queensland 1966 Bibby 2234 13 Wellington 1975 Bigelow 2221 131 Whangarei 1971 Bigg-Wither 34641 2 Awanui 1963 Billson 3232 31 Melbourne c1960 Binns 2221 52 Whangaparoa 1948 Blake 2221 522 Titirangi c1980 Bloxham 2221 42 Gisborne 1953 Bonner 3215 22 Perth 1971 Boomford 34624 13 Auckland 1978 Bostok 3464Belfast 1904 Branford 2219 13 South Africa c1970 Braysher 34162 1 South Australia 1978 Broadmore 34695 41 Katikati 1986 Broderick 2243 22 Papakura 1985 Brown 2121 Wellington 1914 Burgess 34691 3 Rotorua Burns 34695 5 Lower Hutt 1994 Burrows 2221 42h3 Byers 3493 32 Auckland 1963 Calvert 34623 3 Pahiatua 1951 Calvey 34644 4 Auckland 1987 Carter 34623 33 Ruakaka,Northland 1986 Cameron 2221 412 Hamilton 1971; 2221 6 Gisborne 1924; 2233 Dunedin c1900 Campbell 2221 422 Wynnum,Australia 1987; 34632 Belfast 1930 Cato 2243 Auckland 1923 Catran 2243 1 Auckland 1949 Chard 346722 Sevenoaks, Kent 1985 Chitty 2221 71 Auckland 1945 Clark 34621 1 Otoko 1939; 34162 South Australia 1940 Clemons 3215 2 Perth 1930 Clingender 3215 21 Melbourne c1965 Cockburn 31 Scotland 1782 Coleman 34623 13 Waimana 1974 Collier 34622 2 Belfast 1987 Collins 3496 Auckland c1910 Copponi 2221 471 Auckland 1989 Corcoran 34641 11 Auckland 1980 Cornes 2221 16 Gisborne 1948 Couper 2121 13 Lower Hutt 1967 Craig 34626 41 Naike 1977 Crane 34624 3 Wairoa 1953 Croker 34621 63 Gisborne 1982 Cross 2221 713 Auckland 1979 Crosswell 34623 19 Opotiki 1977 Crowther 34641 1 Auckland 1957 Cummins 0 Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland 1720 Curran 2221 722 Wellington/Kent 1996 Darragh 3493 51 Auckland 1981 Darroch 34624 34 Rotorua 1979 Dawkins 2221 722 Wellington 1996 Day 2221 111 England 1965; 3215 31 Perth 1965 Deacon 349 Auckland 1868 Deck 2221 162 Hastings 1970 De Jaeger South Africa c1930 Dempsey 34641 41 Papakura 1990 Dendle 34644 1 Christchurch 1967 Denham 34621 64 New Plymouth 1986 Dever 2221 46 Gisborne 1953 Dew 34621 81 Auckland 1979 Dhadha 2243 23 Brunei/Auckland 1986? Dietary 2221 414 Dods 34622 Gisborne 1916 Donovan 3215 33 Perth 1971 Doorly 234 Dunedin 1908 Douglas 34623 15 Ngongotaha 1971 Dovey 34623 34 Balclutha 1981 Drapier 34621 33 c1990 Drysdale 34626 13 Hornsby,NSW 1986 Duder 3493 31 Auckland 1971 Dutton 3463126 Northern Ireland 1995 Dyke 34626 15 Fielding 1983 Earwaker 34621 42 Auckland 1970 Ebborn 34695 5 Christchurch 1983 Ebeling 3467Gisborne 1907; 3469Suva 1908 Edmeades 2221 141 Palmerston North 1971 Edwards 34633 1 Hamilton 1969; 34671 2 Gisborne 1963 Elliffe 2234 12 Dunedin 1959 Elliott 2221 623 Gisborne 1981; 2213 33 Queenstown,SA 1970 Ellis 2221 481 Gisborne 1988 Emery 34621 34 c1980 Everest 2221 13 Christchurch 1943 Ewen 34921 2 Auckland 1977 Fawthrop 21 Haddington c1850 Fender 22 Dunbar,East Lothian, Scotland 1807 Findlay 34626 33 Waitomo 1987 Fisher 34626 23 Whakatane 1974 Fitt 2212 41 l956 at Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) Fletcher 2221 44 Gisborne 1955 Foote 3493 3 Auckland 1940 Forbes 2234 122 Dunedin 1983 Foster 2221 161 Hastings 1979 Fowler 3 Scotland 1782 Fraser 34622 1 Tolaga Bay 1945 Freed 2234 2 Wellington 1940 Frieburg 212 London c 1930 Fritch 2234 22 France 1970 Furey 34621 52 Auckland 1971 Fuss 2242 12 Adelaide 1970 Fyson 2221 2 Gisborne 1921 Gale 2234 22 Rawene 1975 Gardiner 34624 31 Morrinsville 1976 Gibbs 34161 Adelaide 1951 Gillingham 34628 Gisborne 1941 Glendinning 34631 Belfast 1967 Gordon 34695 4 Wellington c1965 Gourley 34626 31 Manchester,England 1988 Grage 3232 41 Mebourne c1970 Graham 34624 Gisborne 1924 Grant 2221 513 Kerikeri 1977; 223 Dunedin 1876 Gray 34622 2 Gisborne 1946; 34641 12 Auckland 1980 Green 2221 4611 c1984; 3232 3 Melbourne c1970 Greene 2221 Matawhero 1890 Greenless 2221 484 Taihape 1987 Greenwood 3215 Freemantle,WA 1896 Grenville 2221 142 Palmerston North 1970 Grimmer 2242 43 Hamilton 1974 Hall 2221 424 Tolaga Bay 1958; 34641 14 Auckland 1982 Halliwell 2221 72 Gisborne 1959 Hamlin 2242 Auckland? 1912 Hampson 2219 21 South Africa c1970 Hanson 34621 3 Gisborne 1947 Hardie 2221 12 Whangarei 1938; 2 East Lothian,Scotland 1915 Harding 34163 2 Port Lincoln,SA 1959 Harper 34626 12 Palmerston North 1994 Harpur 3235 11 Queensland 1963 Harries 34621 4 Tolaga Bay 1945 Harris 346312 Belfast 1957 Hart 34641 24 Auckland 1994, 2212 2 South Africa Hartfield 34622 31 Tuakau 1972 Harvey 34691 1 Mangakino 1961 Harvie 34644 5 Auckland 1980 Harwood 34644 Hastings 1947 Haselden 223 1 Northern Ireland c1960 Hawes 34624 12 Rotorua 1977 Hay 2212 3 Queenstown,SA c1950 Heappy 34623 16 Rotorua 1973 Heerford 2221 412 Hamilton 1984 Henry 1 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1774 Henshaw 34641 4 Auckland 1966 Hibbs 34622 3 Stondon Massey, England? 1985 Hill 2121 11 Palmerston North 1968 Hindrup 34623 1 Tokomaru Bay 1944 Hogg 0 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1755 Holt 2221 512 Whangarei 1980 Honeycombe 2221 464 Gisborne 1981 Hood 34921 Auckland? 1937 Horne 2221 42 Gisborne? c1950 Horner 346723 Hotop 2236 Dunedin 1932 Hovey 2242 3 Auckland c 1940 Howell 34626 32 Te Kuiti 1983 Hughes 33463Gisborne 1921 Hughs 2234 South Africa c1900 Humphrey 2221 482 Gisborne 1982 Hungerford 34695 1 Auckland 1969 Hunter 34695 5 Te Puke 1972 Inaiter 0 Prestonpans,East Lothian, Scotland c1756 Ingha 34621 5 Gisborne 1943 Inglis 3215 Freemantle,WA 1896 Ings 2221 414 Hamilton 1983 Jamieson 2243 11 Auckland 1979 Jeffares 34626 14 Taradale 1981 Jenkins 2221 516 Whangarei 1984 Johnstone 222 Stirling,Scotland; 1789 Roxburgh,Melrose & Dalkeith,Scotland 1865 34626 Nuhaka 1965; Jolley 34624 33 Rotorua 1984 Jones 34691 11 Mt Maunganui 1982; 2242 2 Auckland 1953 Jordan 34641 Gisborne 1937 Judd 22211 Gisborne 1915 Julian 34626 21 Whakatane 1969 Keatley 3232 32 Melbourne c1960 Keith 34621 7 Gisborne 1950 Kelly 34621 11 Gisborne 1972 Kenney 3493 53 Auckland 1969 King 34695 2 Nelson 1966; 2213 31 Durban,SA 1959 Kinghan 3225 Belfast 1904 Kingma 2219 2 South Africa c1935 Kirk 3463142 Northern Ireland 1993 Knight 2221 441 Rotorua 1983 Keon-Cohen 3232 4 Melbourne c 1939 Kupenga 2221 463 Gisborne 1976 Laery 2241 2 Auckland 1943 Laurie 34621 51 Auckland 1973 Lawson 34621 2 Sydney 1951 Lawton 2221 423 Leece 3494 Auckland 1901 Leersnyder 34624 21 Tauranga 1982 Lee-Steer 3215 32 Perth 1965 Leggett 34671 Gisborne 1937 Leonard 34641 3 Helensville 1964 Le-Pine 34621 9 Christchurch 1959 Lewis 3215 23 Perth 1975; 346321 Belfast 1956 Llipscombe Whangarei 1979 Lloyd 2221 65 Gisborne 1972 Lobb 2234 121 Luobikis 2221 622 Eden,Australia c1980 Lynch 3225 Coromandel 1900 Lyon 2221 422 McCanley 2241 3 Auckland c1948 McClean 34633 2 County Down 1982 McConnell 3463Belfast 1900 McEwan 2221 453 Taupo 1984 MacFarlane 34621 31 Gisborne c1971 McGowan 222 Edinburgh 1873 MacKintosh 2221 483 Gisborne 1985; 34643 1 Auckland 1967; MacLean 22 Greenock 1842 McLeish 34691 5 Rotorua 1970; 34695 3 Tokoroa c1965 McMillan 34622 31 Gisborne 1970 McMurray 34671 1 Gisborne 1961 McVickers 2221 421 McWatters 3225 2 Belfast? 1946 Maloney 34621 83 Auckland 1986 Mander 34626 Gisborne 1923 Manning 34643 2 Papakura 1977 Manson 34941 Auckland 1938 Marshall 34691 12 Tauranga 1985 Mason 2221 426 1991 Gisborne Matthew 3225 21 Lichfield 1995 Maylor 3235 1 Auckland 1948 Mayne 34673 Belfast? 1957 Mead 34623 21 Gisborne 1969 Menzies 34626 42 Tauranga 1985 Metcalf 2213 313 Queenstown,SA 1964 Miller 2242 34 Auckland c 1970 Milne 2221 621 Gisborne 1977 Mitchell 2242 42 Mt Maunganui 1967 Mogridge 2242 11 Adelaide? c1960 Monaghan 34641 21 Auckland 1988 Morrell 3232 Melbourne 1901 Mortleman 34621 6 Matawai 1954; 34621 (10)6 Gisborne 1957 Mudford 2221 47 Matamata 1955 Mullan 3225 2 Belfast 1977 Munts 2221 413 Vernon,BC,Canada 1983 Murphy 34622 13 Manutuke 1980; 2219 12 Johannesburg 1969 Murray 3492Auckland 1905; 3213 Melbourne 1892 Neil 34622 3 Christchurch 1948 Newman 2242 31 Taupo 1988 Nickelson 34623 22 Gisborne 1979 Nixon 34611 43 Wellington 1981 Nouri 3234 21 USA 1975 O'Brian 3225 Auckland 1903, 3493 323 Auckland 1994 Old 2219 1 Johannesburg c1935 Parfitt 2242 112 Adelaide 1986 Parkinson 212 Wellington 1883 Paton 2221 425 Auckland c1950 Patterson 222 Belfast c1870 Paulsen 34626 43 Huntly 1978 Payne 34691 4 Te Puke c1970, 346731 Belfast? 1994 Peacock 34622 22 Redmire,England 1983 Peterson 34626 12 Newstead 1978 Phillip/Philip 2121 12 Wellington 1968 Phillips 2242 13 Adelaide? 1984 Pinchen 34622 23 Albany,WA 1988 Pinching 2221 14 Gisborne 1944 Pistor 22217 Napier 1922 Plummer 34162 1 Adelaide 1969 Poa 2221 712 Kaikohe 1970 Pollard 34621 61 Gisborne 1968 Potaka 34623 22 Werengi-a-Hika 1974 Potgieter 2212 412, 1980 at Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia - now Harare, Zimbabwe Potter 2221 21 Senegal, West Africa 1964 Pratt 2242 33 Palmerston North 1969 Preston 2242 4 Auckland 1942 Price 34623 2 Hastings 1947 Prior 34162 2 Adelaide 1973 Puckridge 34163 Port Lincoln,SA 1935 Quigley 2221 45 Gisborne 1953 Rachubinski 34695 42 & -1 Newcastle,Australia 1995 Rae 3496 Auckland 1991 Ramsay 3463126 Belfast 1958; 34633 Belfast? 1948; 3467Belfast 1922 Randall 34633 1 Cornwall 1970 Read 346322 Belfast 1966 Reade 34631 Northern Ireland 1928 Reedy 2221 461 Gisborne 1976 Reeves 34623 23 Mangaweka 1981 Reid 3493 321 Auckland 1994 Reilly 2221 472 Gisborne 1960 Renwick 2221 423 Howick/Putaruru Respinger 2242 1 Adelaide? c1940 Reynders 34621 43 Auckland 1978 Rhodes 2241 4 Auckland 1951 Rind/Rhind 0 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1756 Risey 34163 4 Queensland c1970 Ritchie 2243 21 Hamilton 1967 Roberts 3495 Auckland 1905 Robinson 34644 2 Hastings 1985 Roskilley 2221 515 Brisbane 1984 Russ 34626 24 Te Aroha 1982 Russell 2221 41 Gisborne 1947; 34692 Auckland 1939; 3493 5 Auckland 1940 Rutherford 34627 Otonga 1935 Saddington 34641 36 Auckland Saint Claire 3235 12 Queensland 1970 Sarre 3416Riverton,South Australia 1902 Schulze 2213 3 Queenstown,SA 1935 Scott 2221 462 Ruatoria c1975; 3232 Melbourne 1901; 2213 Queenstown,SA c1900 Scrutton 34672 Belfast 1952 Searle 2221 112 Palmerston North 1964 Sears 3232 42 Norwich,England 1970 Senior 2221 163 Hastings 1972 Shanks 34921 1 Auckland 1967 Sharland 34623 17 Mamaku 1973 Sharp 34621 53 Auckland 1973 Shaw 2215 Queenstown,SA c1900 Shearer 34624 14 Melbourne 1995 Sherrard 34622 21 Morrinsville 1968 Shiell/Shiels 1 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1774 or 1723 Shoebridge 2212 411, 1986 at Johannesburg, South Africa Sholdis 3463121 Belfast 1979 Shortland 2243 2 Auckland 1957 Sibley 34626 3 Gisborne 1953 Simms 346314 Northern Ireland 1963 Sims 34695 4 c1990 Slade 34623 14 Ngongotaha 1971 Slavich 34626 11 Makaraka 1975 Smith 2221 164 Hastings 1978; 34641 42 Auckland 1988; 224 Auckland 1884 Sobey 34621 35 c1980 Soloman 2221 711 Napier 1947 South 2234 11 Dunedin 1967 Spence 3493 51 Auckland 1979 Stacey 34621 83 Auckland 1975 Stanners 2221 51 Auckland 1952 Stewart 2221 14 Palmerston North 1992; 34621 33 c1970; 34624 2 Morere 1953; Steiner 34623 12 Rotorua 1967; 34644 4 Christchurch 1973 Steyn 2219 22 South Africa 1954 Stott 2221 511 Pakaraka 1974 Street 3493 51 Auckland 1970 Stringer 34644 3 Hamilton 1975 Strudwick 3213 England 1951 Strutt 3232 3 Melbourne 1936 Suckling 2221 121 Whangarei c1960 Telford 223 Melbourne 1870 Templeman 2219 2 South Africa c1940 Thompson 34641 16 Thomson 34621 82 Bournemouth,England 1979; 34691 13 Mt Maunganui 1984 Thornton 3462Edinburgh 1912 Tobin 34621 91 Gisborne 1980 Todd 3463Newstead Farm 1903; 3464Waimate Valley 1906 Tombleson 3462Makaraka 1891 Tunimtip? 3225 41 Turner 2221 5 Christchurch 1924 Valk 34641 13 Auckland 1981 Van Verran 2221 113 Johnnesburg,SA 1972 Voltz 34691 Te Puke 1936 von Blanckensee 3215 3 Perth 1938 Waddingham 34621 Otonga 1914 Wakefield 2212 Queenstown,SA c1900 Walker 122 1(10)2 Gisborne 1983; 34624 1 Gisborne 1952 Warburton 3235 2 Brisbane 1946? Watson 34626 1 Waerenga-A-Hika 1953; 34628 2 Gisborne 1971; 34622 Essex 1954; 3225 42 England c1980; Watt 0 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1723 Webb 3225 4 Belfast? 1946 Weeks 2221 425 Gisborne? 1977 Wells 2221 446 Rotorua 1984 White 34621 3 Western Australia 1988;34641 31 Papatoetoe;3235 1 Queensland 1935 Whithey 34624 11 Rotorua 1974 Whitley 2221 485 Gisborne 1995 Whitson 0 Prestonkirk,East Lothian, Scotland 1723 Whitten 2221 11 Gisborne 1939 Willett 3463122 Dover,Kent 1987 Williams 34621 32 Perth c1980; 3493 52 California 1970; 2212 41 South Africa Wilson 22 Dunbar,East Lothian, Scotland 1828; 2221 421 Gisborne 1971; 2221 61 Opotiki 1960; 2221 62 Gisborne 1953; 34621 41 Auckland 1986; 34621 8 Auckland 1977; 34626 4 Nuhaka 1953; 3225 2 Belfast 1977; 2234 1 Wellington 1938; Withers 3493 Auckland 1900 Witty 322(10) Gisborne 1916 Wright 34163 1 Port Lincoln,SA 1960; 34163 3 Adelaide 1964; 2241 Auckland c1910 Woods 34624 32 Rotorua 1985 Wylds 34626 2 Nuhaka 1946 Wylie 2221 472 Matamata 1984 Yeoman 34695 Te Puke 1941 Zerk 34163 5 Port Lincoln 1968 Zietsman 2212 42 Port Elizabeth, South AfricaAPPENDIX 3: EXCERPTS FROM "THE DICTIONARY OF BRITISH SURNAMES" by PH Reaney (1958) London, Routledge. CUMING,CUMINGS,CUMINE,CUMMIN,CUMMINS,CUMMINE,CUMMING,CUMMINGS, ... Godwinus filius Cumine 1163; Eustachius filius Cumine 1219; Petrus filius Kymine 1301; William Comyn 1133; Hugh Coumini 1157; Walter Cumin 1158; John Comin 1165-9; William Cumyn 1230 ... Robert (d1069), one of the companions of the Conqueror & ancestor of the Scottish Comyns, is elsewhere named Rod bearde eorle & Robertus cognomento Cumin .. Comines is near the Belgian border. .. probably .. the family came from Bosc-Bernard-Commin .. just south of the Seine on the edge of the Foret de Roubray near Rouen where Hugh Coumini (1157) & Bernard Comin (1175) had land in the heart of the district from which came numerous Domesday barons. The surname is clearly from a personal-name, which surviviing in Norfolk, Lincs. & Yorks. in the 12-13th C's, may be of Breton origin.. FENDER: Robert le Fendur 1267, Thomas le Fendour 1301. A derivative of fend, a shortened form of defend, `defender'.APPENDIX 4: FAMILY REUNIONS - WHEN AND WHERE I don't have details of the TOMBLESON reunions, but understand they were more or less annual for a long time. 10-11.3.1978: WHITSON reunion held at Hamurana, 29 Princes St, Auckland, built by 222 Elizabeth & George JOHNSTONE, now the headquarters of the Auckland Civic Trust. On the Saturday night a Reunion Dinner was held two doors along at the University Club, at which a large iced cake made by Mrs. Freda JOHNSTONE sp-22217 complete with the JOHNSTONE family crest, was ceremonially cut with the sword that had belonged to George JOHNSTONE sp-222. On both days, many lunched at Brewery Lane, Queen Street, in the refurbished Albert Brewery built by Robert WHITSON (22) in 1870. On the Sunday afternoon the grandchildren of George and Elizabeth JOHNSTONE (222) arrived with the Mayor of Auckland in a procession of vintage cars, accompanied by people in period costume to the music of a brass band playing in the large upstairs balcony. The occasion was the Grand Opening of the former home of 222 as the new headquarters of the Civic Trust, who had laboured to preserve intact for Aucklanders the six original homes built in Princes Street after the Britomart Barracks was dismantled. Their success was not complete, as the home of Thomas WHITSON (349) at 27 Princes Street, was torn down in 1977. Main organisers were 3493 52 Kit WITHERS & 34641 2 Sid JORDAN. Main speakers were ....fill in ! ... 2221 7 Keith JOHNSTONE, 34641 2 Sid JORDAN?, 3493 52 Kit WITHERS, 32351 Margaret MAYLOR, 22414 Jim WRIGHT. 6.2.1989: JOHNSTONE reunion held at Gisborne. Main organisers: 34644 2 Ian JOHNSTONE and sp-222148 Judith BALL. 3-4.6.1995: WHITSON reunion held at Gisborne in the Poverty Bay Club & the Cosmopolitan Club. Organisers included 2221 63 Malcolm CAMERON, 34621 9 Richard TOMBLESON, 34641 2 Sid JORDAN & 3493 52 Kit WITHERS. Speakers included these 4, 34644 2 Ian JOHNSTONE, 2234 2 Dorothy FREED, 2234 21 Jane FREED, 3235 2 Jean ADAMS.Here is a reunion photo,and another,and another,and another,and another.Please email Sid or me as to who is who, as we have forgotten many names!APPENDIX 5: THE 4TH GENERATION WITH DESCENDANTS KNOWN TO BE ALIVE TODAY2221 George J A JOHNSTONE (1865 Stirling-1942 Gisborne) m 1890 `Cathy' GREENE 3462 Lizzie JOHNSTONE (1867 Stirling-1956 Otonga) m 1891 Capt John TOMBLESON (1866 England-1938 Auckland) 3463 Jessie Grahame JOHNSTONE (1868 Logie,Scotland-1959 Gisborne) m Alexander A TODD (1871 Lanark, Glasgow-1966 Gisborne) 3464 Robert WHITSON JOHNSTONE (1869 Auckland-1934 Wairoa) m 1906 `Matty' Marion Aiton TODD (1878 Scotland-1954 Auckland) 3467 Grahame JOHNSTONE (1874 Auckland-1938 Gisborne) m 1907 `Rose' Minna EBELING (1874 London-1968 Gisborne) 3469 Gordon Carrick JOHNSTONE (28.1.1878 Auckland-11.3.1957 Te Puke) m 2.12.1908 at Suva to Lucy EBELING (7.7.1878 Turangi-1956 Te Puke) 3232 Elizabeth Rutherford TELFORD (-20.12.1944 Melbourne) m Melbourne Sir Stephen Joseph MORELL (15.8.1869 Carlton-6.7.1944) 3235 George Watson TELFORD (30.6.1875 N.S.W.-10.7.1953 Brisbane) m 1906 at Melbourne to Vera Laura BAILEY (1885-Goondiwindi aged 52) 3492 Dora (Isobel) WHITSON (3.1.1871 Auckland) m 8.3.1905 at Auckland to Frederick (Steel Miller) MURRAY (1874-1972) 3493 `Lisa' (Elizabeth) WHITSON (27.8.1872 Auckland -1936 Auckland) m 1900 Auckland to Edward (Stroude) WITHERS (1871 Bath-1922 Auckland) 3494 Robert WHITSON (3.5.1874 Auckland) m 4.2.1901 at Auckland? to Margaret Mary LEECE (-1940) ?3213 `Lizzie' Elizabeth AINSLIE (Melbourne) m 30.3.1892 at Melbourne to John MURRAY (-1910) 3215 James Walter AINSLIE (1863 Melbourne-Melbourne) m 6.13.1896 at Freemantle to Miriam Agnes INGLIS (1872) 3416 Robert WHITSON AINSLIE (4.2.1868 Melbourne-23.7.1920 Port Lincoln) m 3.6.1902 at Riverton, S.A. to Alice (Emily) SARRE 2121 Archibald WHITSON (14.2.1884 Wellington-1949 Te Uri) m 1914 at Wellington to Isobel BROWN (-1974) 2212 Richard WHITSON (4.11.1875 Queenstown, South Africa-30.4.1940) m Gertrude WAKEFIELD 2213 William James WHITSON (2.3.1877 Queenstown) m Ethel Nora SCOTT (1.4.1879-13.8.1967) 2219 Edwin Thomas WHITSON (13.11.1879 Queenstown) m to Ada Annie BASTIN (13.7.1879-15.7.1954) 3462 `Pat'(Thomas Melville WHITSON) McGOWN (22.2.1876 Belfast-15.7.1956) m 1912 at St Giles, Edinburgh to Dora May THORNTON (8.5.1888-25.2.1984) 3463 Elizabeth "Lisa" McGOWN (28.9.1877 Belfast-27.8.1956), Lady McCONNELL m 25.4.1900 Belfast to Sir Joseph McCONNELL (1877 Belfast-1942 Wales) 3225 Marie McGOWN (12.5.1881 Belfast-3.10.1958) m 14.4.1904 to Samuel (Marcus) KINGHAN (16.7.1880-1.5.1940) 3467 (James) Balfour McGOWN (25.12.1887 Belfast-30.8.1960) m 1922 to Blanche RAMSAY (1900-1967) 2234 `Ina' (Forrestina Muriel) WHITSON (20.2.1878?-1933 Melbourne) m 1908 at Dunedin to (Captain) Gerald S. DOORLY (1880-1954 Wellington) 3235 Rosalind (Balfour) WHITSON (27.12.1888 Dunedin- 1970 Auckland) m 1921 at Dunedin to Edgar ELLIOTT (1888 Belfast - c.1955 Auckland) 2241 Sophia (Edith) WHITSON (5.9.1885 Auckland-8.10.1952 Auckland) m 1914 at Khyber Pass to Ernest WRIGHT (1881 Dunedin-1960 Auckland) 2242 `Elsi' (Elizabeth McLean) WHITSON (1887 Auckland-1973 Takapuna, Auckland) m 1912 at Khyber Pass to Colin Sydney Marbyn HAMLIN (-1976 Auckland) 2243 `Aggie' (Agnes May Marion) WHITSON (1890 Hay, N.S.W.-1974 Auckland) m 1923 at Auckland to Charles Henry CATO (1874 London-1948 Auckland)APPENDIX 6: FAMILY ON EMAIL34153 3 Robert & Patricia AINSLIE 34162 1 Robert AINSLIE 34162 2 James AINSLIE ainsliestudio"att"aapt.net.au 2007 3225 1x Mel BURNSIDE DemziUK"att"aol.com 1st contact 13.5.07 34751 11 Rhonda,Thomas and Matthew NORTH 34611 43 Allan, Valerie, David & Christopher NIXON 34612 1 John, Marna and Sarah FYSON j_fyson"att"yahoo.com 2005 34614 85 Warren BALL warren.ball"att"malt-shovel.com.au 34615 1 Faith STANNERS seahawk"att"xtra.co.nz '06 34615 151 Allison ROSKILLEY amroskilley"att"austarnet.com.au 2006 34616 222 Harley LUOBIKIS harls_17"att"hotmail.com 1st contact 4.4.2006 34623 161 Darryn Michael HEAPPEY comp.tune"att"xtra.co.nz 2005 34626 12 Claire &Tim HARPER 08 t.t.harper"att"xtra.co.nz 34641 2 Sid JORDAN Elsid"att"xtra.co.nz 34644 1 Alan and Susan JOHNSTONE alan"att"johnstone.net 34644 2 Ian JOHNSTONE 2010 ianrichard"att"hotmail.co.nz 34644 3 Murray,Carol,Helen,Rhys JOHNSTONE muzzabj"att"hotmail.com carolj"att"exemail.com.au 34691 11 Alan Carl JOHNSTONE alan"att"johnstone.net 2007 34921 1 Scott MURRAY 34921 2 Renton MURRAY 2014 rentonmurray"att"xtra.co.nz 34923 1 Helen and Ross DUDER hduder"att"xtra.co.nz 34925 1 Russell WITHERS 2014 idt2"att"pl.net 34925 2 Kit WITHERS 2014 kit.withers"att"gmail.com 46514 11 Anne-Maria BOJKO abojko"att"btinternet.com 71124 1 Maureen WILLIAMS 2010 mauwill"att"clear.net.nz 71124 3 Guy & Mary FITT 2010 guy"att"tru-trac.com 71124 14 Alan & Kim FITT 2010 alan"att"thecourtyardcafe.co.za 71133 11 Garry WHITSON 2010 whitson"att"yebo.co.za 71133 12 Mark WHITSONT 2010 mark"att"whitson.co.za 71192 1 Geoffrey KINGMA 2017 gkingma"att"gmail.com 2004 gkingma"att"interlog.com re 7133 Ben WALKER of Hoboken, New Jersey 2010 bhoytwalker"att"gmail.com 71341 2 Elizabeth and Ross ELLIFFE 2011 elliffe1"att"xtra.co.nz 71341 21 Douglas and Brenda ELLIFFE 2011 d.elliffe"att"auckland.ac.nz 71341 22 Judith, Ged, Christopher, Emily,Jonathan FORBES 2007 forbesfamily"att"xtra.co.nz 71341 23 Martin ELLIFFE Martin.Elliffe"att"gmail.com 71341 3 Roger and Gillian WILSON chords"att"paradise.net.nz 71341 31 Miranda WILSON 2009 mirandawilson"att"gmail.com 71341 32 Charles WILSON 2009 txarli82"att"gmail.com 71342 1 Jane FREED janefreed"att"paradise.net.nz 71342 11 Jennifer FREED 2009 liberata76"att"yahoo.com 71342 2 Anna FREED 71342 22 Ngahuia FREED ngahuiafreed"att"yahoo.com 71342 3 Stephen FREED 2009 sfreed"att"optusnet.com.au 71413 3 Patricia & Eanna DOYLE 2006 eanna"att"doyle.co.nz 71423 31 Richard HOVEY rich"att"oblong.co.nz 74211 1 Robin WHITSON 2003 r.whitson"att"massey.ac.nz 74211 51 James BARRON 2007 james"att"saphr.com 7423 132 Roslyn & John FLACKETT roslynflackett"att"hotmail.comAppendix 7: Photos of Scotland at www.capitalcollections.org.uk Search on any placename. For example Haddington gives an 1888 photo of St Mary's, Haddington.Return to CONTENTS.