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5201 Was member of the Loyal Dalton Lodge and also served on the Te Houka School Committee Moffat, Adam Houliston (I524)
 
5202 Was Secretary of Te Houka School from 1921-1923 Moffat, Samuel William (I525)
 
5203 Was Secretary of the Clutha County Ploughing Match Moffat, Alexander (I522)
 
5204 Was witness at wedding of William Moffat and Ellen Houliston Carr or Kerr, Thomas (I534)
 
5205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13337)
 
5206 We believe Harriet was born about 1834 in the village of Swerford. The 1851 Census of Swerford lists only one family with the name CATO. The father is James. Harriet's death certificate lists her father as James so we believe this to be the right family. Cato, Harriet (I29)
 
5207 we have received some info that mabel may have gone to canada. it was reported to us that she was seen at one time waiting tables in a restraint. I have written to you in the past, and we are related somewhere back along the line lol. mabel married to hugh breingan, who was the son of jane fife and george breingan. apparently she left hugh between 1910 and 1916. it is a mystery where she went and what became of her. it is believed that she went to california to start with, and is unknown where she went from there. she had a sister grace addington, who lived in california, and a sister alice claypool who lived in california. their maiden name was parkman, daughters of urban and emma parkman. mabel is my grandmother. if you have anything or know anything it would be appreciated. Parkman, Mabel (I5343)
 
5208 Wedding dance held in Warepa Hall. The first function held in the Hall. [Source 64] Family/Spouse F5
 
5209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18233)
 
5210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18217)
 
5211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I18225)
 
5212 Well documented web page about this family can be found on the Turnbull Clan Association website at http://www.turnbullclan.com/tca_genealogy/tca_all2-o/p435.htm#i12579 Family/Spouse F691
 
5213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13532)
 
5214 Went to Australia about 1868. Subsequent search through the Chancery Courts England could produce no records, nor could trace any descendants of the two Cobb brothers in Australia. Cobb, John George (I5212)
 
5215 Went to Australia about 1868. Subsequent search through the Chancery Courts England could produce no records, nor could trace any descendants of the two Cobb brothers in Australia. Cobb, William (I5214)
 
5216 West Chapel Presbyterian NC Glass, Richard (I17947)
 
5217 West Chapel Presbyterian NC Glass, James (I17948)
 
5218 West Chapel Presbyterian NC Glass, Margret (I17949)
 
5219 West Chapel Presbyterian NC Glass, John (I17950)
 
5220 West Chapel Presbyterian NC Glass, Robert (I12676)
 
5221 Whangarei Hospital of Cancer Brookes, Joan Elsie McHarrie (I14660)
 
5222 When he, Agnes and Lewis went to Ballarat, he would have met up with his brother George and his family who were then living in that town. While James may have been a good baker he was not a very good business man as he was made bankrupt 3 times in his career in Dunedin.This was not as uncommon as might be thought in those times nor had the same stigma attached and he seemed to come out of it. I have not been able to confirm property purchase save that of the bakery with the dwelling above it in Andersons Bay, Dunedin although he did have premises at Gt. King Street, Dunedin at one time. He is understood to have had some land at Tainui (between Andersons Bay and St Kilda) but what happened to this is not known. I’m not keen to delve into land records! Walker, James (I2649)
 
5223 while visiting Auntie Belle Walker, Lewis (I2650)
 
5224 William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket, GCMG, KCVO, KBE (December 19, 1864) - (January 24, 1920) was a British diplomat and administrator. Born in Dublin, he was educated at Harrow and Trinity College Dublin before entering the Diplomatic Service, being sent to Rome in 1889 as an attaché to the British Embassy there. In 1892, he was appointed in the same position to the embassy in Constantinople, and finally retired two years later. In 1894, he also married Lady Victoria Alexandrina, youngest daughter of the 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, by whom he was to have eight children.

Having succeeded his father as fifth Baron Plunket in 1897, Plunket three years later became private secretary to Lord Cadogan, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland at the time, and fulfilled the same role for his successor, Lord Dudley. He was appointed CVO and KCVO in 1900 and 1903 respectively, and in 1904 he became Governor of New Zealand as well as a KCMG the following year. He held this post until 1910, when he was advanced to GCMG. He was later appointed KBE in 1918.

Lord Plunket died aged 55 in London, and was buried in the city's Putney Vale Cemetery

Governor of New Zealand 1904 - 1910

Born in Ireland in 1864, Sir William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron, was the son of the 4th Baron who was Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland.

He joined the diplomatic service in 1889 but retired two years later to become private secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

He became Governor of New Zealand in 1904 and during his term was a grand master in the Irish constitution of Freemasons. He also took a great interest in the Order of St John and to this day Governors-General are priors of the order.

Lord Plunket is best remembered for his support of Truby-King's early work and gave his name to the Plunket Society. He also donated cricket's Plunket Shield.

Lord Plunket died in 1920.

Biographical information courtesy of NZ Almanack

See www.gg.govt.nz/gg/former.htm - Roger 13 December 2004 
Plunket, William Lee 5th Baron Plunket (I5116)
 
5225 William was informant at his father’s death Glendinning, William (I17990)
 
5226 William was informant at the death of his brother George Moffat, William (I15504)
 
5227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12461)
 
5228 Wool Carder Rintoul, Archibald (I17634)
 
5229 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12613)
 
5230 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4629)
 
5231 written as “Andy Bay” by Stan Dunn Houliston, Michael (I5058)
 
5232 Written as “Andy Bay” by Stan Dunn Houliston, Stacey Maureen (I5151)
 
5233 written by Stan Dunn as “Andy Bay” Houliston, Shirley Yvonne (I5053)
 
5234 Bertram, Thomas (I17908)
 
5235 Bertram, Thomas (I17909)
 
5236 Wood, Marion (I17912)
 
5237 Fairbairn, Peter (I17915)
 
5238 Runciman, Elizabeth (I17916)
 
5239 Fairbairn, Walter (I17917)
 
5240 Glass, Richard (I17918)
 
5241 Glass, Elizabeth Helen (I17920)
 
5242 Fairbairn, John (I17923)
 
5243 Fairbairn, Elizabeth (I17929)
 
5244 Fairbairn, John (I17930)
 
5245 Fairbairn, Margaret (I17931)
 
5246 Fairbairn, Peter (I17932)
 
5247 Fairbairn, Alison (I17933)
 
5248 Fairbairn, David (I17934)
 
5249 Wood, Janet Porteous (I17935)
 
5250 Wood, William (I17936)
 

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