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NZ Edition - The Australian Women's Weekly - May 2000 - page 174
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
If you are searching for relatives, old school friends or even one-time
loves you haven't quite forgotten, you may find them or be found yourself by
reading this page.
WILLIAM & SARAH HOPKINSON arrived in NZ aboard the 'Halcione' in 1875.
Their children were Eliza (m Thomas Giles), Joseph (m Jenny Arabella Olsen),
Tom (m Jeannie Black), Maria (m George Taylor), Harriet (died 1880),
Charles, may have become Harry (m Clara Janetta Jacobsen and then Bertha
Knofflock), Fanny, who had a daughter also named Harriett in 1884, whose
daughter became Mrs Harry Bernard (or Hagebart) Pedderson. We plan a family
reunion in Taranaki for Labour Weekend, October 21-23, 2000, and wish to
make contact with descendants. Please contact: Marion Short, P O Box 1723,
Taupo 2730, NZ.
JANET MARAMA PAAPU, born on January 29, 1961 in Auckland, attended Seventh
Day Adventist Secondary School and left in 1974. I would like to hear from
anyone who knew her. Please contact: F G Keszler, 242 Lane Cove Road, North
Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia; phone (0061 2) 9888 2626
MIDDLEMISS FAMILY gathering: Interested descendants of Robert Bell
Middlemiss, Thomas, William, Jane and Robert, who came to NZ on the sailing
ship 'Trevelyan' and landed at Port Chalmers on December 30, 1883, and
joined their brother Andrew, who had arrived in NZ earlier, are asked to
contact Ian Middlemiss, 427 Linwood Avenue, Christchurch 8006. To register
interest in a family get-together at Labour Weekend 2001, please reply
enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope.
GEORGINA MARY McCULLOUGH was born in south Oamaru on November 11, 1920
(known as Georgie, Jean or Gina), and was the daughter of Alexander and Mary
Ellen McCullough (nee Droper). Georgina married Archibald John Campbell at
Christchurch in March 1941 (they had three daughters - Frieda, Shirley and
Lois), and divorced in April 1955. Anyone who can help with her whereabouts
please contact: Cliff Martin (nephew), 12 Shenley Drive, Christchurch NZ.
Phone (03) 323 6664
Calling all descendants of FAI, FEAD, FADE. A reunion will be held in
Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, from August 17-20, 2000. Contact: Margaret
Faed, 117 Mahana Road, No. 1 RD, Waimauku, Auckland. Phone (09) 4118260.
Does anyone know the where-abouts of NANCY (Dulcie) SMITH, born in New
Plymouth in 1919? She wed Andrew Frank Smith, a hotel clerk who was born in
Rochester, England, in 1912. They were married in Auckland on August 16,
1939, and possibly emigrated. Any information, please contact: L Betti, 109
New Windsor Road, Auckland.
ANNA NELSEN emigrated to NZ around 1890-1900, and her family doesn't know
where in NZ she settled. She was born in Grense Jakobselv, Norway on
December 2, 1871 to Ingeborg Andersdatter Dahl (born in Horg on March 18,
1832) and Nils Nilsen (born in Romedal, near Hamar, on January 18, 1819).
They were married on October 6, 1866. Please contact: Ingrid Dahl Karvatn,
Krokvegen 60, 2320 Furnes, Norway.
GERARD BRADLEY, about 68 years old, came to NZ in 1953 from Melbourne,
Australia. Please contact: Mrs P Durniam, 2 Grosvenor Avenue, Mulgrave,
Melbourne 3170, Australia: Phone 0061 3) 9560 3099
DENIS CLIFFORD BADLAND was last known to be living in Auckland. Anyone
knowing his whereabouts please contact his mother - Lee Pacy, 432 College
Street, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North, NZ; Phone (06) 354 5152.
I am trying to trace my grand-mother DOLLY (possibly DOROTHY) FORSYTH and
cousin JUSTINE RANKIN (about 28 years old) whom, I believe, both live in
Auckland. I was born in England in 1971 as Virginia Forsyth, to Colin and
Hazel. I've never met my father or any paternal relatives, but am
travelling in NZ for several months and would love to meet up with them. I
can be contacted by e-mail at: viggym(a)hotmail.com
DARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL 50th JUBILEE will be held over Easter Weekend, April
13-15, 2001. Former students, staff, board members and associates are
invited to attend. For further information and registration, please send a
stamped self-addressed envelope and any photographs, stories and memorabilia
to: David Adamas, Pound Road, Yaldhurst, No 6 RD, Christchurch; phone (03)
342 6236; fax (03) 318 7167; e-mail
ELIZABETH MARTHA WILLIAMS, is about 75 years old. Her sons Peter and Paul
(twins born at St Helen's Hospital in Wellington on October 20, 1952) are
seeking information. Please contact: Peter or Karen, c/- P O Box 2059,
Rotorua; phone (07) 333 2477.
If you wish to place a message, write to Where are they now?, The Australian
Women's Weekly, Private Bag 92512, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1.
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