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From: Graham Hoult <>
Subject: Re: [nz] Questions now I have Death print out [CONLON]
Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2008 20:01:25 +1200


On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 Karen ["Hodges" <>] wondered

Subject: [nz] Questions now I have Death print out

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>James CONLON married Jane NEWMAN in 1904. His intention to marry said
>he had been living in the area 18 years = 1886. His death in 1941
>said he had been in NZ 40years = 1901. The couple are listed at 8
>Dock St in 1904 [which is now Rugby st]. He was a widow when he died,
>residence at Wallaceville and living children both male and female
>have a line through the square indicating he had none.
>
>A school record for Lyttelton where his wife died in 1932, lists a James
>CONLON with a child Alfred Henry CONLON born 2 July 1904 attending
>the school between 1910-1912.
>
>Any help appreciated
>
>Karen

Hi Karen

Alfred didn't survive childhood.

The parish register index cards indicate that entry #2637 in the Holy
Trinity Lyttelton burial register records the burial on 14 August
1913 of Alfred Henry CONLON, aged 9 years. Parents were John and
Jane, resident at Lyttelton.

The index cards showed that Holy Trinity Burial register also had an
entry for Jane. Entry #541A is for Jane CONLON, 52, res Christchurch,
buried on 21 June 1932.

The only other CONLON index card was for the April 1912 marriage of
William Aloysius CONLON to Annie QUINN at the Catholic Cathedral,
Christchurch. William was a medical practitioner. Both were normally
resident at Reefton, NZ.

Would you like the details as on the marriage certificate?

Hope this helps
Graham Hoult
Kirwee, Canterbury.


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