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Hello Fellow Find-A-Gravers and ancestry hunters!|
I found Find a grave via doing my family tree on ancestry.com.
I'm from Nelson, New Zealand so if you have a family member buried here or need help with something I can try to help you.
Findagrave site itself is not meant to be offensive it is meant to be there to honour and remember loved ones, please don't think we are out to make anyone unhappy this is just not the case, if you wish to have a memorial removed please contact me in private to discuss.
Please visit my family
Brother Nigel Gough 26 April
Sister Kylie Gough 13 May
Baby Gough 13 March
Grandad Thomas Gough 24 Jan
Nana Teresa Gough April 11
Step sister Kelly Hamilton Connell oct 11
Cousin Joshua Sullivan feb 26
Cousin Caitlin Sullivan March 19
Great War cenotaph Stoke, Nelson
Richmond WWI Memorial
Richmond WWII Memorial
Please note my photos are downsized to 50% of the original photograph so they are small enough to be able to FindAGrave.com
Cemeteries I am doing -
Collingwood Cemetery Page 30
Marsden Valley Cemetery Stoke, Nelson
Richmond Cemetery Richmond, Tasman
Park Lawn, USA
Saint Paul's Churchyard Papanui, Christchurch
Hira (St John) Hira, Nelson
Need to Photograph what can be done.
Bainham Cemetery Collingwood
Kotinga Rototai, Takaka.
Old Collingwood (Cemetery Closed) Tasman
Pioneer Motueka (Closed) Motueka, Tasman
Port Levy (St Paul's Anglican) Banks Peninsula.
St Pauls Lutheran Churchyard Moutere, Tasman.
Sandy Bay Nelson
Stanley Brook Nelson
COMPLETED AS OF 2013 (Entered & photographed)
Seaview Road Cemetery Stoke, Nelson
St Barnabas Stoke, Nelson
Fairfield Cemetery Nelson (Closed)
Hallowell Cemetery Nelson (Closed)
Quaker's Acre Nelson (Closed)
I am flexible about transfers, and trust that you will take good care of them. To request a transfer, go to the memorial that you want, click the edit tab, and send your request as a suggestion/additional information. Following the FAG procedure will ensure a smooth, accurate transfer. Please also use this tab for requests for corrections and links.
When I complete a photo request, I keep all the original images. My photos may be used and reposted for personal use and not for profit. I do appreciate when people credit me as the source, just as a courtesy.
Whenever possible I will try to include photos of couples graves and family plots with Mums and dads with their children and general family plots.
names i am interested in -
King, Pennington, jorgensen, gough, miller, scurr, moseley, bundo, Allensen, Blunt.
England, Scotland, New Zealand, Denmark and USA
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Hi, Can you please transfer the following family members to me:
Vern Fletcher 107885777 Marsden Valley Cemetery
Olive Fletcher 107885804 Marsden Valley Cemetery
Robert Simpson 116066982 Richmond Cemetery
Annie Simpson 116066985 Richmond Cemetery
Many thanks, Julia
Added by Jus on Jul 10, 2014 11:20 PM
|Rob||RE: Ann Glynn|
Found her stone, and William's, and what appears to be a handful of other Glynn's buried at Hillside Cemetery. I added all that I found.
Added by Rob on Jun 29, 2014 2:52 PM
|spoe||RE: Samuel Bishop Gough|
You're welcome! Sorry there's no stone. :S
Added by spoe on Jun 29, 2014 12:15 AM
|Leonie||RE: charlotte bowen|
Yes, unfortunately the headstone is extremely worn, but I got up close to it in person and could read it quite well. Had to 'braille read' a few words though! I have added the transcription to the photo. If you haven't already, you can read this if you click on the headstone photo. :)
Added by Leonie on Jun 01, 2014 5:55 AM
|Robert Nicholson||RE: We must be wery distantly relate|
I knew that we must be related (but distantly of course.)
I am descended from Thomas George Glynn (I am his great grandson). Martha; Leonard McCale's wife was my grandmothers youngest sister. I was over in New Zealead in February 2013 staying with Matha's eldest daughter Mary Leighton. Mary was Thomas George McCale's half sister.
All persons mentioned here are on my family tree.
My line goes as follows, Thomas George Glynn is my great grandfather, Anna Elizabeth Glynn was my grandmother. Elizabeth Jane Hendy was my mother. And I am yours truly Robert Nicholson
|Robert Nicholson||We must be wery distantly relate|
Because you have shown you are related to Saeah Jane Breakey I feel we must somehow be related to one another. If you could give me the names of those relatives that link you to Sarah Jane I might be able to work things out. You would have to give me the relationship of each person to the next in order to give me a chance,.
Sarah Jane Breakey was my great great Aunt.
Hoping that you will reply
|dunedin_kiwi||Regarding Jean MacCallum Photo Request|
Hi, I see you are wanting a photograph of Jean MacCallum at Anderson's Bay Cemetery in Dunedin but I can't find any details for her on the Dunedin City Council cemetery database website.
She isn't buried in the same plot as your other request for William MacCallum who died in the same year and is buried at block 50, plot 2 by any chance in which he appears to be buried with 3 other people with the surname of Scurr?
|Terry Foenander||Benjamin Kenrick|
Hello, you may be interested to know that Benjamin Kenrick (full name Benjamin Crosby Kenrick, under which name he claimed a U.S. government pension) was a Civil War veteran. If you wish to add any or part of the following bio, please feel free to do so (source notes included at the end):
Benjamin Crosby Kenrick; born Massachusetts, about 1844; son of Benjamin C. Kenrick, and his wife, Julia; resident of Orleans, [Massachusetts?], at enlistment; previous occupation as a seaman; enlisted August 25, 1862; mustered in on September 20, 1862, as a private in company E, 43rd Massachusetts Infantry; mustered out of service on July 30, 1863; residing, as a mariner, with his parents, and siblings, in 1865, at Orleans, Barnstable, Massachusetts; married Elizabeth Batly in 1879, in New Zealand; his mother, Julia A. Kenrick, filed for a pension from Massachusetts on June 10, 1885; Benjamin filed for a pension from New Zealand on November 2, 1893; died at the age of 76 in 1920 (New Zealand burial locator, State Library of Victoria, shows his age, at death, as 77); buried at the St. Paul's Anglican Churchyard, Papanui, Christchurch, New Zealand. [Massachusetts State Census, 1865, for Barnstable, at familysearch.org; Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War, volume 3; Pension card at Ancestry.com; New Zealand Births, Deaths and Marriages search index online at https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/search/; New Zealand Burial Locator, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.]
Terry Foenander (in Australia)
|Sharon Deffebach||RE: Norman Blackler|
Yes I am family - please transfer.
Sharon (Blackler) Deffebach
|Julie Preston||RE: Cooper|
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