Joy Clist, d. 1935

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Arthur Chappell
Arthur Chappell
Eldest child of Harrison Chappell, born 1885 in Greta, NSW, Australia, died 1967 aged 81 years.
 
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Grandma Mary Scarlett ne้ Mulvay (b. 1869)
Grandma Mary Scarlett ne้ Mulvay (b. 1869)
as told by her granddaughter Bessie Clist
Found among Bessie's handwritten memorabilia. Bessie's Grandma Mary Scarlett was born in Otago in the South Island of New Zealand. When married she lived at Arapito, Karamea, also in the South Island. She was a widow for many years and died in 1941. She is buried in Karamea Cemetery.
 
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Grandpa James George Scarlett (b. 1862)
Grandpa James George Scarlett (b. 1862)
as told by his granddaughter Bessie Clist
Found among Bessie's handwritten memorabilia. Bessie's parents Albert Thomas Scarlett (1889-1968) m. Clara Homan Mason (1889-1993) and they lived in Auckland. Grandpa lived at Arapito, Karamea, in the South Island of New Zealand. He was aged 12 when his father Daniel Scarlett and family arrived in 1874, being one of the original settlors.
 
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Helen Joy Clist
Helen Joy Clist
Youngest child of George and Mary Clist of Shoreditch, Taunton. Born 12 Apr 1904, died 28 Feb 1935.
 
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John Clist (b. 1835) and his family
John Clist (b. 1835) and his family
by Roger Clist
My great-great-grandfather John Clist was born in 1835 in Hemyock, Devon. As Civil Registration of births started on 1 July 1837, we do not know his birth date. However, I have obtained his marriage certificate, which confirms he was aged 26 when he married on 3 Apr 1861. I have subsequently found from parish records that he was christened on 25 Jan 1835. But this also revealed a big surprise!
 
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Leonard Clist
Leonard Clist
Leonard Clist was the son of Frank Clist, and
 
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Samuel Clare's Bible
Samuel Clare's Bible
 
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Sergeant Sidney Clist<BR />by Roger Clist
Sergeant Sidney Clist
by Roger Clist

My grandfather Sidney George Clist was a policeman all his working life in New Zealand. He joined the Police Force shortly after immigrating in December 1910 and served in several cities and towns in the North Island. We do not have many details within family memorabilia, but I have found several references in public archives, which I document here.