Im searching for a family member Christian Adolf Olson , born 1882 in Nygaard , Aurskog, Norway who left amerika and arrived New Zealand in 1914, he wrote his brother in 5/6-1927 and told him that he got married for 3 weeks ago, and he was Farming. The adress was: Rual Box, Owaka, Otaga, c/O C. A. Olson, Is it anybody who can help?, he was married to Jane Olson (Brown)
Could the owner of the Pratt family tree contact me as the Harold George Wells that you have on yours is not the same person as my Harold Wells and therfore my Grandmother ,father and uncles and also myself are not your relatives Please contact me so that we can discuss this Thanks Joy nee Wells-Green
Just wondering if anyone has any information on Ellen Martin, born in Philadelphia, USA, around 1876. Ellen Martin gave birth to my grandmother, Doris ‘Lulu’ Gwendoline Martin on March 5, 1900 in Wellington, New Zealand. Doris was adopted by James Doyle (1852-1926) and his wife Alice Brooks (1867-1954) in Wellington on May 19, 1900, and became Doris Gwendoline Martin Doyle. In 1919 Doris married Albert Harold Hanlon (1890-1982), and in 1928 married Francis Eric Quinlivan (1899-1986). There was no record of Doris' father on the adoption file, so it looks like the father will remain a mystery. I don't know if Ellen stayed in New Zealand or returned to the USA.
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My name is Stephen Holder, my wife's maiden name was Margaret Slater, her father was Robert Slater who was born in Paddington, London, England in 1910. Robert's sister, Frances Slater was born in 1919. She married Owen Vincent Tracey in England about 1940. Owen died in 1941 while flying for the R.A.F. Frances then emegrated to New Zealand in May 1946 and married Allenby C .H. Maslin during 1949 in Denedin, Otago, N.Z. From her marriage to Allenby Maslin there were Christine, Gillian and Allenby S. Maslin I believe Christine married Darryl Anderson in about 1973. I see there is an Anderson tree in 'MyHeritage' by Timothy Anderson and think it's my wife's family. So if you are out there Timothy could you please reply to this message.