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201 25th.- Married Thos. William Tankersley to Sarah Draper - Mr. Telford and Mr. Burcham present, also Mr. Burgess and Mrs. Turner.
Source Journal of a Voyage out to New Zealand, 1840 by Hannah Butler, from the publication 'Earliest New Zealand' page 426 published Masterton, 1927.
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202 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Thornley, J. (I15868)
 
203 29 August 2016
This post is being written by Jeff, Ange's Hubby.
Its been 3 months since Ange last posted on this page. Her last post reached over 2300 people. So we are aware that there may be some people reading this who are not aware that on the 28th of July Ange's journey came to an end. Ange passed way from secondary breast cancer after a long and courageous fight. She passed away at home surrounded by her family. Those of you who were able to attend her service will agree that we gave her a fitting and beautiful celebration of life and I once again wish to thank everyone who helped make that happen.
It still seems all quite surreal really. To think that she is not just down at the shop or off somewhere which friends for an extended weekend is still incomprehensible. We have decided that the only word to describe this is 'dumb'. It lacks intelligence and reason.
However, we also recognise that Ange taught us to have courage, strength, and to live life well. So that is what we are doing. Its incredible how resilient and strong children can be.
We all miss Ange dearly.
Thank you to everyone who has called, cooked, baked, wrote, sent, delivered, picked up, walked, texted, etc over the past few months. It is incredibly appreciated.
I have stolen this last paragraph from the bottom of one of Ange's previous posts...
I continue to be amazed and overwhelmed by the phenomenal support, kindness and thoughtfulness coming our way from family and friends. If I haven't thanked you personally for something you have done, please know that you are all greatly valued and appreciated - it's just that my brain is a bit foggy!
Be well xxxx 
Legg, Angelina Ursula (I18506)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wyeth, A.A. (I1650)
 
205 2nd Quarter Pinhey, William Oscar (I18943)
 
206 2nd Quarter(Apr-Jun) Family F2746
 
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6665
 
208 3 Nutfield Lane Chch Frost, Barrie (I11927)
 
209 30 Garfield St Wgtn,1917;Part lots 103/4 DP1004 Section13 Ohiro Rd Wgtn,1921:" Frost, Edward (I11820)
 
210 30929 PTE R.T. GROOBY AUCKLAND REGT DIED 13.1.1966 NZEF 1ST Grooby, Reginald Thornton (I18939)
 
211 31 Croziers Rd Chch,1956 Frost, Lyndsay E (I11926)
 
212 31 Croziers Rd St Albans Chch,1958; Frost, Frederick George (I11912)
 
213 34 Forest Road, Pinehaven. Gear, Edward Joseph Garrett (I17082)
 
214 35 Bangor St Chch,Pensioner Frost, Hector Archibald Wallace (I11917)
 
215 356A Oxford Tce Chch,Salesman Frost, Hector Archibald Wallace (I11917)
 
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Barrington-Peek, O. (I5758)
 
217 4 sons and 7 daughters Barrott, Walter (I14127)
 
218 4 women killed: in collision
FOUR Masterton women were killed when their car was involved in a head-on collision near Eketahuna last night
Firemen from Masterton had to cut the bodies from the wreckage of the car, an MG1100, after the accident on State Highway 2, 14 km south of Eketahuna.
The dead women are Elizabeth, Ada Wyeth, the driver of the car, of Rangatuma, near Masterton; Hazel Jopson, 61 of Cornwall. Street; Ivy May Wilkinson, Elizabeth Street, and Thelma. Olive McMaster, 71, of McGregor Street.
The second car, a Holden, was also badly damaged and the driver, Mrs Joan Parsons, of Eketahuna, was in Masterton Hospital last night with facial injuries. Her condition was fairly satisfactory.
The weather in the area at the time of the accident was showery with strong gusts of wind.
The Dominion June30, 1976. 
McMaster, Elizabeth Ada (I1614)
 
219 4th Child Baker, Ebenezer (I12789)
 
220 4th Quarter Harrison, William Edward (I7568)
 
221 5 sons and 1 daughter Barrott, Arthur John (I14130)
 
222 5 sons and 2 daughters Barrott, Ada (I14128)
 
223 55 Chrystall St Chch,1923-55,1949 Elec Roll Lytt.; Frost, Charles Jabez (I11823)
 
224 6 Brougham St Chch,1957 Frost, Walter Stanley (I11918)
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wyeth, A.J. (I1513)
 
226 82 Coronation St Chch,1954 Frost, Barrie (I11927)
 
227 82 Coronation St Chch,1957; Frost, Lyndsay E (I11926)
 
228 82 Coronation St,1950-57; Frost, Frederick George (I11912)
 
229 82431 Pte J Mathieson Otago Regt Died 10.4.1958 1st NZEF Aged 60 yrs
 
Mathieson, John (I15045)
 
230 96 Falsegrave St; Frost, Walter Stanley (I11918)
 
231 97 Nayland St Sumner Chch Frost, Charles Jabez (I11823)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Alsop, S. (I5060)
 
233 Eva <i>Tankersley</i> Cooke

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Tankersley, Eva (I12474)
 
234 Sarah Tankersley
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Tankersley, Sarah (I12472)
 
235 Sarah Tankersley
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Tankersley, Iris (I12475)
 
236 Click here for photo of Headstone from Wellington City Council Website

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Capper, Florence Marian (I13575)
 
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Carroll, Samuel (I13574)
 
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Welch, Ngaio Cranstoun (I3026)
 
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Jones, Marjorie Hildagarde Blanche (I3031)
 
240 Click here for photo of Headstone from Wellington City Council Website

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Callaghan, Daniel (I4217)
 
241 Click here for photo of Headstone from Wellington City Council Website

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Wyeth, Bessie (I4209)
 
242 1851 Census Household Record
Household Information
District Kendal, Kendal
Administrative County Westmorland
Householder 1
Name John MCELLIGOTT
Age 28
Estimated Year of Birth 1823
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Occupation Cabinet Turner
Birth Place Ireland
Householder 2,
Name Mary Agnes MCELLIGOTT
Age 21
Estimated Year of Birth 1830
Relationship to Head of Household Wife
Occupation Dress Maker
Birth Place Kendal
Birth County Westmorland
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Family F15912
 
243 1861 Census record for JAMES ROGERS
Name JAMES ROGERS
Age 32
Estimated Year of Birth 1829
Relationship to Head of Household HEAD
Occupation AGRICULTURAL LABOURER
Address Mardens Rock
District Ross, Sollershope
Administrative County Hereford
Birth Place Weston
Birth County HEREFORDSHIRE 
Rogers, James (I384)
 
244 1861 Census record for JANE ROGERS
Name JANE ROGERS
Age 32
Estimated Year of Birth 1829
Relationship to Head of Household WIFE
Occupation LABOURER'S WIFE
Address Mardens Rock
District Ross, Sollershope
Administrative County Hereford
Birth Place Upton Bishop
Birth County HEREFORDSHIRE 
Phillips, Jane (I385)
 
245 1861 Census record for THOMAS ROGERS
Name THOMAS ROGERS
Age 7
Estimated Year of Birth 1854
Relationship to Head of Household SON
Occupation SCHOLAR
Address Mardens Rock
District Ross, Sollershope
Administrative County Hereford
Birth Place Upton Bishop
Birth County HEREFORDSHIRE 
Rogers, Thomas (I2958)
 
246 1931,
Kropp, Alice Mcfarlane Brown, 420, King Edward Street, , Married,
Kropp, Ernest Frederick, 420, King Edward Street, Fishmonger
Kropp, Jessie, 420, King Edward Street, , Spinster 
Kropp, Jessie (I16357)
 
247 1935
Hodges, Alice Winifred, Married,
Hodges, Thomas Montague Raines, Labourer
Smith, Eric, Grocer
Smith, Jessie, Married
1938
Cowie, Annie Amelia, Married
Cowie, Richard Arthur, Civil Servant
Robertson, Evangeline Mary, Married
Smith, Eric, Grocer
Smith, Jessie, Married 
Family F15825
 
248 1935,
Kropp, Ernest Frederick, 420, King Edward Street, Fishmonger
Kropp, Ernest James, 420, King Edward Street, Fishmonger,
1938
Kropp, Ernest Frederick, 420, King Edward Street, Fishmonger,
Kropp, Ernest James, 420, King Edward Street, Fishmonger,  
Kropp, Ernest James (I16375)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Carmichael, R. (I10822)
 
250 After Ninety Years
Nonagenarian looks back on active life
Sailor, Miner and Musician
Mr. Thomas William Nalder, of Haven Road
A familiar figure in the city, on Haven Road (Where he daily feeds the sea birds) and at the port is Mr. Thomas William Nalder, of Have Road, Nelson. Mr. Nalder celebrated his 90th birthday yesterday when members of the family and several friends were his guests at afternoon tea.
Mr. Nalder was born at Norwich, England, and at the age of 2 ˝ years came to New Zealand in 1856, in the ship Creswell (Captain Barnett) with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nalder. The family settled in Nelson. Mr. Nalder's parents erected their first home on a site in Bridge Street near the present Centennial Motel. The house had sod walls and other materials used in it's construction included box wood from packing cases brought out from England, The Zinc with which the cases were lined, and timber cut from the bush that surrounded the settlement. Later the family moved to a house in Hardy Street on a site between the Masonic Hotel and the Union Bank of Australia. In 1861 his parents built the large house in Hardy Street opposite the Technical School known as Airedale, which for many years was a popular and private boarding house. The filling work carried out at that time at the Hardy Street end of Alton Street was done by prison labour.

Pupil at Campbell School

Thomas Nalder was a pupil at Matthew Campbell's School and also attended the Bishop's School. He started work at the Nelson Telegraph Office but that employment held no interest for him and at the age of 19 years he left home for a more exciting life at sea. He was signed on as a member of the crew of the Norwegian barque Albion. However at Napier he left the ship and became a clerk in the firm of (Not legible) at Napier. At that time the discovery of gold lured many young men from their occupations and Mr. Nalder was among them. He went to Otago and other places in search of gold and later became a coal miner. The call of the sea was strong within him and he returned to that calling. He was engaged on various ships in the NZ coastal trade. Later he secured his Master Mariner's Certificate and sailed in the schooners Planet, Asa and Fawn, of which he was Skipper for seven years.

Interest in Music

Mr. Nalder has had a life long interest in music and on his 90th birthday he entertained members of his family and friends by accompanying himself on the piano for several songs, playing selections on the concertina and playing a tin whistle duet with his daughter, Mrs. R Goldie. He was formally a member of the Nelson Cathedral Choir and when he was residing in Collingwood and Takaka districts he undertook a group teaching of the local children in singing and the playing of various instruments. During the last war he was a keen worker for patriotic funds and made his musical talents available for many entertainments. Among his many gifts is his beautiful handwriting, examples of which were shown to his guests yesterday after he had written letters to two grandsons now on active service. When talking with a "Mail" reporter Mr. Nalder mentioned that he was present at the printing of the first issue of the "Evening Mail".

Judge as Guest

When the Nalder family was living in Hardy Street near the site now occupied by the Masonic Hotel, Judge Gresson came to Nelson for a court sitting. Mr. Heaps, the sheriff, went to Mrs. Nalder and asked if the Judge could stay at their home. She refused, stating that she did not think her cooking was good enough for the judge. Later the judge himself called and asked Mrs. Nalder if she could cook a steak, and bacon and eggs. Her reply being "Yes, of course," the judge said: "Well, I'm staying here Mrs. Nalder," and he did. From that beginning Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nalder established the Airedale boarding house which accommodated many government servants and visiting officials.

Mr. Nalder has always taken a keen interest in mining and claims that the Nelson district contains many mineral deposits which could be profitably developed. He considers that the Baton area has gold which will one day produce considerable wealth.

Diamond Wedding Next Month.

Mr. Nalder married Mary McCormack in Hampden, Otago, on the 11th July 1883 and next month they will celebrate their diamond-wedding anniversary. Mrs. Nalder, now 81 years old, is an expert with the needle and she has may excellent examples of her needle and crochet work in her home.

Mr. and Mrs. Nalder have a family of four daughters and three sons - Mrs. R. Goldie (Wellington), Mrs. H.Coultman (Nelson), Mrs. P.J.Nalder (Wellington), and Messer's Albert, Newton and Cliff Nalder, all of Nelson. There are 20 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. The family has a remarkable record in that there have been only two deaths in it, one from sickness and the other on active service when Laurence (SOX) Nalder, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Nalder, lost his life when H.M.S Neptune was sunk in the Mediterranean. One of Mr. Nalder's sons, Albert, who held the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the last war, is again on active service as captain of an auxiliary naval vessel in the Pacific. Eight of the grandchildren are in the services - Lieutenant Rob Goldie, in the Royal Navy; Sub-Lieutenant Charlie Goldie, in the Fleet Air Arm; Joan Nalder, in the W.A.A.A.F. at Larundel, Victoria; John Nalder, in the Air Force; Albert and Tom Goldie and Ron and Tom Nalder, in the Merchant Navy. Mr. Nalder was predeceased by his three brothers, Charles, Fred, and John.
Source Newspaper Clipping About 1943 Original Held By Peter Caves (erom@orcon.net.nz) 
Nalder, Thomas William (I13694)
 

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