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Jane Levy (Harvey)

Birthplace: Somerset, UK
Death: Died in Wellington, New Zealand
Place of Burial: Wellington, New Zealand
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Aaron Harvey and Elizabeth Frances Harvey
Wife of Solomon Levy
Mother of Emily Frances Townsend; Miriam Louisa Ballard; Henry Aaron Levy; Ellen Harriet Levy; Ernest Thomas Levy and 2 others
Sister of Ann Harvey

Managed by: Donna Marie Lofstrom
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About Jane Levy

Daughter of Elizabeth Frances Crosz and her first husband Aaron Harvey. Arrived in New Zealand per 'Birman' in 1842, with her sister Mrs Thomas Wilson (later Mrs Edwin Jackson). Married Solomon Levy, at the age of 14 years, on 26 Nov 1844 at the First Independent Church. Died 3 January 1901, at her residence, Roxburgh Street, Wellington.

The Evening Post 4th January 1903 shows Levy - On the 3rd, January, at her residence, 26 Roxburgh street, Jane, relict of the late Solomon Levy, aged 71 years

Funeral Notice The Friends of the late Mrs. Jane Levy, relict of the late Solomon Levy, are respectfully requested to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, 26 Roxburgh street, on Sunday, 6th January, 1901, at 9 a.m., for the Sydney street Cemetery. E. Morris, Jun., Sanitary Undertaker, 10, Taranaki st. Telephone 937

In our obituary of today notice is given of the death of Mrs. Solomon Levy at her residence in Roxburgh street. Mrs. Levy came to the colony with her parents in the ship Birman in the year 1842. With her sister, Mrs. Edwin Jackson, she went to the Bay of Islands a short time after their arrival in Port Nicholson, and remained there some time. After her return to Wellington she was married to the late Solomon Levy, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. J. Woodward, Congregational minister. She and her husband then resided at Mount Cook for some years, and afterwards went into business on Lambton quay. The venture proved a successful one, and the business premises were afterwards disposed of to Hallenstein Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Levy then retired into private life, taking up their residence finally in Roxburgh street. Mrs Levy was a member of the Congregational Church, and took an active part in promoting the church's welfare, and her good work will be greatly missed by the congregation. At every bazaar or sale of work she was a large contributor, and she also assisted in person. Mr. Solomon Levy predeceased his wife by seventeen years. There are eight children surviving, five having died. There are also numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren

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Jane Levy's Timeline

December 18, 1828
Somerset, UK
Age 21
Wellington, New Zealand
June 4, 1857
Age 28
Age 30
Age 32
Age 36
Wellington, New Zealand
Age 42
January 3, 1901
Age 72
Wellington, New Zealand