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William HUDDLESTONE
Margaret
James USHAW
Martha HUDDLESTONE
(1799-)
Thomas USHAW
(1843-1877)

 

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Margaret BROADLEY

Thomas USHAW

  • Born: 22 Nov 1843, Hemsworth, Yorkshire, England
  • Christened: 18 Dec 1843, Little Driffield, Yorkshire, England
  • Marriage: Margaret BROADLEY on 25 Jul 1864 in Great Driffield, , Yorkshire, England
  • Died: 10 Jan 1877, Awa-Iti, Coromandel, New Zealand at age 33
  • Buried: 12 Jan 1877, Mangonui, Northland, New Zealand
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Tom sailed to New Zealand with wife Margaret and daughter Sarah from London on 10th Feb 1865 on board the ship " Lancashire Witch " and arrived in Auckland on 2 June 1865. They were assisted immigrants. Thomas and his wife Margaret (nee Broadley ) along with James Turner and his wife Margaret ( nee Ushaw ) were among the families selected by W. Daldy to come to N.Z . Thomas applied for 10 acre land at Oruru 17/8/1868 , this was deleted in the register and replaced by allotment 102 Parish of Monganui.


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Thomas married Margaret BROADLEY, daughter of Thomas BROADLEY and Hannah POTTER, on 25 Jul 1864 in Great Driffield, , Yorkshire, England. (Margaret BROADLEY was born on 15 Dec 1845 in Hutton Cranswick, Yorkshire, England, christened on 4 Jan 1846 in Kilnwick, Yorkshire, England, died on 21 Feb 1905 in Rangiahua, Northland, New Zealand and was buried in Rangiahua, Northland, New Zealand.)


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