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Offline Chris Cameron

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 26 February 17 02:54 GMT (UK) »
The following is what I've been told by a woman whose husband is, we believe, descended from Elizabeth's sister.
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found in the Auckland library, in the Catholic register for 1844 (in Latin):

9 Mai - 22 Mai 1841 - Anna - Willelmus Jackson - Maria Anna Hunt - Joannus Fare & Maria Fogarty - J Bap petit Jean (?)

9 Mai - 29 Februa - Carola - Willelmus Jackson - Maria Anna Hunt - Joannus Fare & Maria Fogarty - J Bap petit Jean (?)

So - sisters, both baptised the same day, born to William & Mary Anne Jackson nee Hunt, godparents John(?) Fare & Mary Fogarty. Unfortunately this was pre-internet, & I probably wouldn't have been allowed to take photos. There is also a mention of Sara Jane (Sara Joanna), baptised May 1846 aged 3 months, also in the Catholic register, Auckland, but she is not listed on Mary Anne's death certificate, so maybe she died very young.

I also have an entry for a marriage between William Jackson (mariner) & Mary Anne Hunt on 4 September 1841 at St Pauls C of E church, Auckland. I must have seen the certificate, as I have written that neither could write, & the vicar was John Frederick Churton.
Cameron, Neagle, Jackson, Stewart, Brown
Stevens, Smith, Donovan, Edwards, Murchie
Everson, Blandford, Blackman
Anderson, Irving, Keddie

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 26 February 17 03:20 GMT (UK) »
Hello...

If you've not got them, here are the notices for Annie Elizabeth NEAGLE.

Of no real help as regards her parents but I was in Napier today.

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J Bap petit Jean (?)

Fr Jean-Baptiste PETIT-JEAN
https://mariststudies.org/docs/Jean-Baptiste_Petit-Jean

Regards
Beg

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 26 February 17 03:36 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for that information.

Elizabeth's husband's electoral roll details, in the 1870s, give his qualification, to vote, as "town sections 211 & 213, Clive".  I know where modern Clive is, but don't know how to map the historical town sections onto the modern map.
Cameron, Neagle, Jackson, Stewart, Brown
Stevens, Smith, Donovan, Edwards, Murchie
Everson, Blandford, Blackman
Anderson, Irving, Keddie

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #12 on: Sunday 26 February 17 04:26 GMT (UK) »
HAMMOND, Cainham/Caynham, Shropshire, U.K. Otago-NZ.
GALBRAITH, Ireland, Dunedin, Otago-NZ., Kensington-London, U.K.
GRANT, Sct., Dunedin, Otago-NZ., Vancouver, Canada.
GLASS, Aberdeenshire, Otago-NZ.
CAIRNEY/CARNEY/KEARNEY/Ireland, Airdrie, Scotland, Otago-NZ.
O'BRIEN Mary Ann, Limerick, Otago-NZ.
NICOL(L) James, Scotland, Otago-NZ.
SCOTT Thomas, Shetland, Otago-NZ.
MCHARDY/MCHARDIE Euphemia, Scotland, Otago-NZ.

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #13 on: Sunday 26 February 17 04:36 GMT (UK) »
Thanks, I drove through Clive late last year, I'd like to know how the town sections from the 1870s map onto the modern township.
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Offline wivenhoe

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 26 February 17 04:46 GMT (UK) »
Auckland Star 29 Nov 1897 p8
JACKSON-On November 28, at the residence of her daughter. Mrs J. MERRICK, St Marys Road, Ponsonby. Eliza, relict of the late James JACKSON, Sergeant E.1.E,, and only daughter of the late John FAIR, Esq., Klenkility, Cork. Ireland ; aged 64 years. R.I.P. Thames and Home papers please copy. The funeral will leave St. Mary s Road for "Waikomiti to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2.30 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.


New Zealand Herald 10 Nov 1884 p2
..obit Mrs Maurice KELLY of the Wade........arrived in the colony 1841 with first husband John FAIR....

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #15 on: Sunday 26 February 17 05:52 GMT (UK) »
JACKSON, ELIZA JANE
Plot :                                  ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION B Row 1, Plot 40
Interment Type:              Burial
Title:                                  MRS
Surname :                        JACKSON
Given Names:                 ELIZA JANE
Age :                                  63
Gender :                            Female
Occupation:                     WIDOW
Date Of Death :                28-Nov-1897
Date Of Burial :                30-Nov-1897 
Funeral Director :           C LITTLE & SONS LIMITED
Head Stone Details :      N/A


The records for C Little and sons LTD are held at the Auckland central library indexes are in  research room and the order books are across in the  Sir George Grey Special Collections.
The order books have a lot of valuable information in them as they are the handwritten notes made by the FD

Cheers Janette

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #16 on: Sunday 26 February 17 06:06 GMT (UK) »
Quote from: Chris Cameron
town sections 211 & 213, Clive

Clive survey map from 1878

Cnr Pitt Street and Richmond Street

http://tinyurl.com/gs29rjz

Regards
Beg

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Jackson
« Reply #17 on: Sunday 26 February 17 06:19 GMT (UK) »
Fantastic, thanks, I've searched several times and haven't found that  :(.
Cameron, Neagle, Jackson, Stewart, Brown
Stevens, Smith, Donovan, Edwards, Murchie
Everson, Blandford, Blackman
Anderson, Irving, Keddie