Photo
Name
Nicholas Golding (1817 - 1915)

Follow
Elizabeth Hooker MP (1830 - 1872)

Follow
Mary Ann McGrail MP (1836 - 1911)

Follow
William McGrail MP (1836 - 1890)

Follow
Thomas Frederick Spain MP (1832 - 1927)

alt b. 7/15/1839 Deal, Kent, England d.6/18/1912

Follow
Honora O'Brien (1836 - 1930)

Follow
Joseph Andrews (1823 - 1907)

Joseph arrived in Nelson in 1842 on the 'Bolton'.

Follow
Mary Andrews (c.1826 - d.)

arrived in Nelson the following year on the 'Prince of Wales'.

Follow
Donald McLennan (1838 - 1916)

Follow
Edmund Peter James (1843 - 1915)

Follow
Charles Lawrence Tuke MP (1858 - 1929)

The Rev. C. Laurence Tuke, Vicar of St. Augustine's Church, Napier, is a native of Kent, England, and was educated at Haileybury College, and the United Services College, Westward Ho, and in New Zealan...

Follow
Caroline Ellen Tiffen (b. - 1842)

arrived at Wellington on the Brougham on 9 February 1842

Follow
Frederick John Tiffen MP (1828 - 1911)

He came to New Zealand in the barque “Louisa Campbell,”

Follow
Henry Stokes Tiffen MP (1816 - 1896)

arrived at Wellington on the Brougham on 9 February 1842

Follow
Lucy Eleanor Tiffen (b. - 1910)

Follow
George Dalrymple Monteith (c.1834 - 1867)

Follow
Jacob Monteith (deceased)

Follow
Elizabeth Monteith MP (c.1809 - 1854)

Follow
George Dalrymple Monteith MP (c.1807 - 1862)

Dr George Dalrymple Monteith arrived in Port Nicholson, New Zealand on 8 February 1840 on the 417 ton wooden barque Duke of Roxburgh, chartered by the New Zealand Company to bring immigrants to Port Ni...

Follow
Elizabeth Monteith MP (c.1835 - 1891)

Follow
Alfred Chapman MP (1828 - 1874)

1849 from England to New Zealand, on the "Cornwall" Death notice in Evening Post (Wellington, New Zealand), Vol. IX, issue 272, 5 January 1874, p. 2, reads: NAPIER. / 3rd January. / Alfred Chapman, a...

Follow
Rose Woodward (deceased)

Follow
Samuel Woodward, Jr. (deceased)

Woodward Street is a memorial to Jonas Woodward (1810-1881). He and his brother, Samuel Woodward, were two of the earliest pioneers to land upon these shores, the former arriving by the "Bolton" and th...

Follow
Mary Ann Welsh (1836 - 1915)

Follow
Fred Peterken (1842 - 1936)

Follow
Arthur William Master (1808 - 1874)

Follow
Charlotte Master (1809 - 1891)

Follow
Charles Bell (1823 - 1892)

Charles Bell was a baker by trade in Somerset and was supplied flour by the nearby Richards mill. (Simon Richards later married Charles eldest daughter, Mary Ann). Charles emigrated about 1862 with his...

Follow
Mary Ann Richards MP (1849 - 1909)

Follow
Simon Richards MP (1839 - 1926)

Came to New Zealand on the ship "Mystery" in 1860 (arrived Lyttleton 3 January 1862). He arrived in Wanganui in 1864 after trying his luck in the Otago gold diggings, and resided there till his death.

Follow
David Anderson Hayes (1841 - 1904)

When David died he had one living son and one daughter David Hayes was 16 when he arrived on the Strathallan. He lived at Arowhenua with his family then moved to Hokitika with his mother and married ...

Follow
Isabella Hayes (1837 - 1923)

A shipboard diary recording for the 25 December includes “Two children christened this morning. One called William Strathallan Padget and the other Strathallan Hayes. Plenty of plum duffs on boa...

Follow
Ann Anderson Hayes (1832 - 1902)

Ann Anderson Hayes arrived in NZ aboard the 'William Miles' to Lyttelton with William Rennie and child. Arriving 21 June 1860. Went to Australia?

Follow
Thomas Hornsby (c.1822 - 1900)

Timaru District Roll 7th April 1862 – Thomas Hornsby, Arowhenua, leasehold, 100 acres, banks Opihi Thomas and Ann settled in South Canterbury where Thomas worked 100 acres of leased land on th...

Follow
Ann Anderson (1811 - 1871)

Research into Strathallan sailings to NZ by Alan McKenzie of Timaru. Thomas and Anne Hornsby and Isabella, George, David, Thomas, Margaret and George William Hayes. Thomas Hornsby married Anne Hayes ...

Follow
Thomas Anderson Hayes (1847 - 1913)

Arrived in Timaru on the ship Strathallan, sailed 12 Oct 1858 landed Timaru 17 Jan 1859. On arrival in NZ Thomas was initially employed as a bushman and later employed at a large sawmill in Waimate. ...

Follow
Margaret Ann Hayes (1850 - 1937)

When they arrived on the Strathallan she was seven years old. At first the family lived at Arowhenua then moved to Hokitika. It was there in 1867 that she married James Stapleton. James and Margaret ...

Follow
Elizabeth Ann Zillwood MP (1838 - 1839)

Follow
Ellen Scott MP (1826 - 1901)

Follow
Matthew Gardiner Scott MP (1804 - 1889)

REPORT PRINTED ON PAGE 5 OF THE OTAGO WITNESS ON SATURDAY, 16th OF JANUARY 1858: We have to welcome the immigrants by the "Strathallan," which arrived in his Port on Friday last, bringing 289 passeng...

Follow
Richard Geange MP (c.1815 - 1898)

Follow
Ruth Geange MP (1832 - 1907)

Follow
Sarah Folkner MP (1862 - 1901)

Follow
Henry Nevinson Harrison MP (1837 - 1922)

Follow
Alexander Townsend MP (1847 - 1918)

Arrived in Auckland, New Zealand on the Aboukir 6th September 1870

Follow
Margaret Townsend MP (1850 - 1934)

Arrived in Auckland, New Zealand on the Aboukir 6th September 1870

Follow
Anne Sørensdatter Mellom Øftsgarden (1821 - 1891)

Follow
Ole Eriksen Glomsåshellerud (1817 - 1899)

Follow
Nils Olsen Glomsåshellerud (1865 - 1939)

Follow
William Oliver MP (1831 - 1877)

alt b. 10/23/1832

Follow
Ruth Grace Oliver MP (1800 - 1868)

Follow
James Oliver MP (1805 - 1886)

Follow
David Dixon MP (1841 - 1928)

Follow
Mary Dixon MP (1819 - 1878)

Follow
Sarah Jury (1839 - c.1881)

Follow
Elizabeth Wratten MP (1822 - 1894)

Follow
Joseph Hanley Cudd MP (1841 - 1880)

Follow
Eliza Ann Jury MP (1835 - 1919)

Follow
Thirza Jane Ward MP (1837 - 1915)

Follow
George Henry Moon MP (1834 - 1911)

Follow
Rachel Moon MP (1830 - 1929)

Follow
Henry Brown (c.1793 - 1864)

Follow
Sarah Brown (c.1793 - 1875)

Follow
Elizabeth Hyland (c.1828 - 1905)

Follow
Charles Jennens MP (1809 - 1876)

Follow
Sarah Ann Jennens MP (1820 - 1872)

Follow
Mary Ann Moon MP (1848 - 1934)

Follow
Helen Brake Webby MP (1855 - 1935)

Follow
Mary Webby MP (c.1816 - 1888)

1842 Arrived at Nelson on the ship Lloyds

Follow
Edward Webby MP (1816 - 1886)

Arrived at Nelson on the ship Whitby

Follow
Edward HASLAM (1824 - 1885)

Follow
Jane Buchanan MP (1865 - 1940)

Follow
Richard Burgess Sayer MP (1817 - 1854)

Entry in Ancestry.com 1813 to1880 Baptism Project, East Rudham St Mary : Event Ref No 119; Event Date 17/08/1817; Richard Burgess SAYER Father: Richard SAYER , Butcher Mother: Sarah -...

Follow
John William Slatter MP (1842 - 1914)

Follow
James Slatter MP (1845 - 1938)

Follow
Agnes Jane Slatter MP (1847 - 1917)

Follow
George Arthur Henry Slatter MP (1839 - 1917)

Follow
Amelia Elizabeth Rogers MP (1841 - 1930)

Follow
Anna Eunice Rockstrow MP (1839 - 1914)

Follow
Mary Cordelia Gapper MP (1834 - 1900)

Follow
Samuel Edward Gapper MP (1830 - 1897)

Follow
Sarah Slatter MP (1809 - 1889)

Follow
George Slatter MP (1806 - 1859)

Follow
Mary Cordellia Gapper MP (1801 - 1892)

Onboard the "Clifford" May 11 1842

Follow
Julia Maria Gapper MP (1831 - 1906)

Follow
Bernard Gapper MP (1805 - 1869)

Onboard the "Clifford" May 11 1842

Follow
Francis Henry Gapper MP (1828 - 1911)

Follow
James Haycock MP (1839 - 1914)

Follow
James Haycock MP (1803 - 1865)

arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on the 25th Ocotber 1842 aboard the THOMAS HARRISON

Follow
Charles Haycock MP (1834 - 1896)

arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on the 25th Ocotber 1842 aboard the THOMAS HARRISON

Follow
Thomas Haycock MP (1829 - 1901)

arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on the 25th Ocotber 1842 aboard the THOMAS HARRISON

Follow
Elizabeth Ann Saywell MP (1841 - 1868)

arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on the 25th Ocotber 1842 aboard the THOMAS HARRISON

Follow
Ann Haycock MP (1802 - 1870)

arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on the 25th Ocotber 1842 aboard the THOMAS HARRISON

Follow
Ellen Saywell MP (1834 - 1919)

Follow
Charles Saywell MP (1832 - 1897)

Follow
Ann Beard MP (1836 - 1896)

Follow
James Beard MP (1835 - 1894)

Follow
Mary Hunt MP (1832 - 1910)

Follow
Margaret Brass MP (1835 - 1890)

Follow
Thomas Sweeny MP (c.1811 - d.)

Thomas Sweeny was an orphan in a reform school as a child and indentured out on a whaling ship. In the reform school handwritten case files, note hearing that Sweeny "married a Spanish girl" in South A...

Follow