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Augusta Ann Spicer (deceased)

9/28/2012 7/3/2014

Mary Spicer (deceased)

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Maria Spicer (deceased)

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Mary Martha Spicer (deceased)

Picture shows widowed Mrs Spicer with her daughters and son.

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William Gray MP (1817 - 1873)

Mr. and Mrs. William Gray were natives of Scotland and had come to New Zealand from Aberdeen by the "Simlah" in 1852, settling first in New Plymouth, where their son, Sir Alexander Gray, KC., was born,...

3/11/2009 9/28/2012

George Gray MP (1846 - d.)

Mr. George Gray, Controller of Money-orders and Savings-banks, and Accountant of the Post-office and Telegraph Department, is a brother of Mr. William Gray, the Secretary and Superintendent. Born in Ab...

3/11/2009 9/28/2012

William Gray MP (1845 - 1907)

Mr. William Gray, the Secretary of the Post and Telegraph Department, is a well-known New Zealand official, having been in the Colony for over forty years. He was born in Aberdeen, in 1844, and arrived...

3/11/2009 9/28/2012

Mary Gray MP (1783 - 1881)

"Granny Gray"

After settling in Foxton, Alexander Gray sent for his elderly widowed mother Mary Bruce Gray, whom he had left in Aberdeen in the care of his brother William Gray. In response to Alexander’s mes...

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