Joy Clist, d. 1935

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1 A handwritten note in the back flyleaf of Edith Jenkins' Bible says "Lydia and Alec married 30 years 30.4.65". Handwriting identified by Allan Easdale as that of his mother Priscilla, Edith's second daughter. Family F178
 
2 Alleged to have been from Scotland, a stonemason who built (the foundations) for the Bean Rock Lighthouse in Auckland Harbour. Ireland, John (I1157)
 
3 Alleged to have emigrated on the "Wanganui" in 1860, aged 18. Hutchison, Mary Jane (I1525)
 
4 An index of baptisms, marriages and burials in the parishes of Awliscombe, Churchstanton, Clayhidon, Combe Raleigh, Dunkeswell, Hemyock, Luppitt, Sheldon, Upottery and Yarcombe, with photographs of the churches and extracts from White's Devonshire Directory 1850. Source (S53)
 
5 An index of baptisms, marriages and burials in the parishes of Awliscombe, Churchstanton, Clayhidon, Combe Raleigh, Dunkeswell, Hemyock, Luppitt, Sheldon, Upottery and Yarcombe, with photographs of the churches and extracts from White's Devonshire Directory 1850. Source (S54)
 
6 An index of baptisms, marriages and burials in the parishes of Awliscombe, Churchstanton, Clayhidon, Combe Raleigh, Dunkeswell, Hemyock, Luppitt, Sheldon, Upottery and Yarcombe, with photographs of the churches and extracts from White's Devonshire Directory 1850. Source (S55)
 
7 An index of baptisms, marriages and burials in the parishes of Awliscombe, Churchstanton, Clayhidon, Combe Raleigh, Dunkeswell, Hemyock, Luppitt, Sheldon, Upottery and Yarcombe, with photographs of the churches and extracts from White's Devonshire Directory 1850. Source (S68)
 
8 Apparently John eloped with Lucy to Birmingham area from Somerset! All children born in Birmingham area. Family F519
 
9 Appear to have moved to Tiverton area. Family F167
 
10 Archives New Zealand is responsible for holding the archives of New Zealand government, including many national treasures. In particular, they hold probate and various other court records which are searchable on their Archway database.

If you wish to view records in person Archives New Zealand operates Reading Rooms in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. There is no charge for access, and documents may be photographed. 
Repository (REPO9)
 
11 Area 2 Block J Lot No 46. Inscription reads:
In loving memory of James G beloved husband of Mary Scarlett - of Arapito - died 3 May 1925 aged 63 yrs
It would seem that Mary must be buried elsewhere.
 
Scarlett, James George (I265)
 
12 Area 4 Block O Lot No 607. Inscription reads:
In loving memory of George Norris beloved husband of Elizabeth Norris died 4 Aug 1934 in his 80th yr
Also his beloved wife Elizabeth died 9 Oct 1936 in her 82nd yr
 
Norris, George (I418)
 
13 Area 4 Block O Lot No 607. Inscription reads:
In loving memory of George Norris beloved husband of Elizabeth Norris died 4 Aug 1934 in his 80th yr
Also his beloved wife Elizabeth died 9 Oct 1936 in her 82nd yr
 
Fry, Elizabeth (I419)
 
14 Area 4 Block P Lot No 464. Inscription reads:
In loving memory of George Mortimer Mason 19 Aug 1937 aged 79
Fanny Eunice 28 Jan 1939 aged 72

 
Norris, Fanny Eunice (I120)
 
15 Area 4 Block P Lot No 464. Inscription reads:
In loving memory of George Mortimer Mason 19 Aug 1937 aged 79
Fanny Eunice 28 Jan 1939 aged 72

 
Mason, George Mortimer (I119)
 
16 Bernard Clist, born in Paris of French and British descent, trained as an archaeologist at Brussels University, Belgium. The Links page on Bernard Clist's family history site has several interesting diagrams showing the distribution of the Clist surname in the UK and USA. Pages are in French and English. Repository (REPO8)
 
17 Birth record not found on NZ BMD database Holm, Wilfred Norris (I1335)
 
18 Buried in same plot as brother Harold George Holm Holm, Mary Henrietta (I571)
 
19 Contains passenger lists of early immigration ships arriving in New Zealand.

Currently covers the years 1800-1900 and has 942 Ships, 250 ship photographs, 2434 Passenger Lists, 34 Shipboard diaries, and much more...

Website is maintained by Corey Woodward. 
Repository (REPO4)
 
20 Day/month from Mercy's record; year deduced from age at burial, in cemetery record. Order of names is reversed in Howard Clare's family tree, but burial record has the order Charles Samuel and is most likely correct. Clare, Charles Samuel (I137)
 

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