Ida Amelea Johnson

Ida Amelea Johnson

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 1. Ida Amelea Johnson 
 B: 19 April 1895 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
 D: 27 March 1976 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
 2. John Johnson 
 B: 26 June 1858 
 P:  Brindister, Aithsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 M: 1886 
 P:   
 D: 14 April 1948 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
 4. Robert Johnson 
 B: 12 July 1825 
 P:  Brindister, Aithsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 M: 2 December 1852 
 P:  Semblester, Sandsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 D: 8 September 1914 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
 8. Laurence Johnson  =>
 B: 1793 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 M: 3 February 1818 
 P:  Sandsting and Aithsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 D: 1841 
 P:   
 9. Elizabeth Sinclair  =>
 B: 1797 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 D: Yes - date unknown 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 5. Anderina Nicolson 
 B: 4 December 1831 
 P:  Sandsting and Aithsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 D: 5 March 1914 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
 10. John Nicolson  =>
 B: 1800 
 P:  Sandsting and Aithsting, Shetland, Scotland 
 M: 12 November 1830 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 D: Yes - date unknown 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 11. Mary Robertson  =>
 B: 1805 
 P:  Clousta, Shetland, Scotland 
 D: Yes - date unknown 
 P:  Shetland, Scotland 
 3. Martha Maria Crabb 
 B: 1862 
 P:  Cornwall, England 
 D: 18 October 1937 
 P:  Karamea, West Coast, New Zealand 
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