Samuel Joll (1832 - 1899) MP

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Birthplace: Calstock, Cornwall, England
Death: Died in Waitara, Taranaki, New Zealand
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About Samuel Joll

 Mr. Samuel Joll   was an old settler who served in the volunteers against the Maoris in the sixties. He took a trip to Australia when Ballarat, Bendigo, and Fryer's Creek were household words, met with fair luck, returned and settled in Taranaki, and reared a family of thirteen. His second son has the largest private butter factory in New Zealand, at Okaiawa; and represented his province in the football field against the Englishmen, when Taranaki defeated them. Another of his sons. Mr. Harry Joll, is a farmer in the Waitara district, and Mr. Herbert Joll is a storekeeper and general merchant in the town of Waitara. Mr. Samuel Joll died on the 13th of September, in the year 1899.
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Samuel Joll's Timeline

1832
1832
Calstock, Cornwall, England
1845
1845
Age 13
New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
1850
1850
Age 18
New Zealand
1850
Age 18
New Zealand
1852
1852
Age 20
1857
June 10, 1857
Age 25
New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
1858
March 17, 1858
Age 26
New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
1858
Age 26
1859
March 24, 1859
Age 27
Taranaki, New Zealand
1860
1860
Age 28