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Robert Leslie Hudson

Robert Leslie Hudson

Male 1890 - 1980  (89 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Robert Leslie Hudson was born 18 Mar 1890, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand (son of Robert Barlow Hudson and Annie Hill Steedman); died 1980, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Birth Registration: 1890, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #5792
    • Death Registration: 1980, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #40305

    Notes:

    Birth Registration:
    Robert Leslie Hudson, son of Robert Barlow and Annie Hill, was born.

    Death Registration:
    Robert Leslie Hudson, born 18 March 1890, died.

    Robert married Julia Violet Coxhead 1916, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand. Julia was born 24 May 1895, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died 1986, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]

    Notes:

    Marriage Registration:
    Robert Leslie Hudson and Julia Violet Coxhead were married.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Robert Barlow Hudson was born 1859, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand (son of Richard Hudson and Anne Barlow); died 6 Feb 1938, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 8 Feb 1938, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Birth Registration: 1859, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #4571
    • Death Registration: 1938, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #15935

    Notes:

    Birth Registration:
    Robert Barlow Hudson, son of Richard and Anne, was born.

    Death Registration:
    Robert Barlow Hudson, age 78, died.

    Robert married Annie Hill Steedman 6 Nov 1884, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand. Annie (daughter of James Bramwell Steedman and Lillias Clark McAndrew) was born 3 Sep 1863, Port Waikato, Franklin District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 13 Dec 1931, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 15 Dec 1931, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Annie Hill Steedman was born 3 Sep 1863, Port Waikato, Franklin District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand (daughter of James Bramwell Steedman and Lillias Clark McAndrew); died 13 Dec 1931, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 15 Dec 1931, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Birth Registration: 1863, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #7477
    • Death Registration: 1931, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #12729

    Notes:

    Birth Registration:
    Annie Steedman, daughter of James Bramwell and Lilias Clark, was born.

    Death Registration:
    Annie Hill Hudson, age 68, died.

    Buried:
    Annie Hill, wife of Robert B. HUDSON, died 13 Dec 1931 and Robert Barlow HUDSON died 6 Feb 1938.

    [Thames Cemetery Fische 765] (RJT)

    Notes:

    Marriage Registration:
    Annie Hill Steedman and Robert Barlow Hudson were married.

    Children:
    1. Frances Hudson was born Mar 1886, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 18 Jul 1930, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    2. Charles Richard Hudson was born 1888, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died Bef 6 Feb 1958, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 6 Feb 1958, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    3. 1. Robert Leslie Hudson was born 18 Mar 1890, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died 1980, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand.
    4. Dulcibel Hudson was born 1892, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died 1923, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand.
    5. Arthur Bramwell Hudson was born 1894, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died 1971, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand.
    6. Annie Winifred "Winnie" Hudson was born 3 Mar 1897, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died 5 Apr 1988, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 7 Apr 1988, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    7. John Howard Hudson was born 8 Jun 1898, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; died Bef 6 May 1983, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 6 May 1983, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Richard Hudson was born 18 May 1820, ____, ____, England, UK; died 5 Mar 1883, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Richard married Anne Barlow Bef 1859. Anne was born 26 Nov 1819, ____, ____, England, UK; died 12 May 1865, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Anne Barlow was born 26 Nov 1819, ____, ____, England, UK; died 12 May 1865, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Notes:

    Died:
    She died at Onehunga, Auckland.

    Children:
    1. 2. Robert Barlow Hudson was born 1859, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 6 Feb 1938, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 8 Feb 1938, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

  3. 6.  James Bramwell Steedman was born 27 Jan 1838, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; was christened 6 Feb 1838, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK (son of David Steedman and Catherine Mailer); died 18 Aug 1912, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 19 Aug 1912, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • 1841 Scotland Census: 1841, Dunning, Perth, Scotland, UK
    • 1851 England Census: 1851, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK
    • Court: 26 Feb 1867, Port Waikato, Franklin District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand
    • Death Registration: 1912, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #8969

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Name:      James Bramwell Steedman
    Gender:      Male
    Christening Date:      06 Feb 1838
    Christening Place:      PERTH,PERTH,SCOTLAND
    Birth Date:      27 Jan 1838
    Birthplace:     
    Death Date:     
    Name Note:     
    Race:     
    Father's Name:      David Steedman
    Father's Birthplace:     
    Father's Age:     
    Mother's Name:      Catherine Mailer
    Mother's Birthplace:     
    Mother's Age:     
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number:      C11948-5
    System Origin:      Scotland-ODM
    GS Film number:      1040162
    Reference ID:     

    Citing this Record:
    "Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VQHR-PRH : accessed 18 March 2015), James Bramwell Steedman, 27 Jan 1838; citing , reference ; FHL microfilm 1,040,162.

    1841 Scotland Census:
    District 2, p. 6
    Mill of Findenny
    James Steedman     3         Y

    1851 England Census:
    District 4, p. 2
    7 Kirkgate
    Catharene                Head  ???  37   Paultner Poulterer    Dunning  Perthshire
    John Steadman         Son    U     15   Earand Bay                "               "
    James     "                 Son    U     13   Scholar                    Perth           "
    Calin        "                 Dau             7       "                              "               "

    Court:
    PORT WAIKATO.

    An inquest was held on the 26th February, at the Court-house, before Major James Speedy, J.P. and Acting-Coroner for the district, to inquire into the origin of • fire at > certain house known by the same of the Harbour Hotel, the property of James B. Steedman. Mr. Detective Crick was present to watch the proceedings on behalf of the insurance companies at whose instance an inquiry was instituted.

    James Bramwell Steedman, sworn, said : I am an engineer, and proprietor of the Harbour Hotel, Port Waikato. On the morning of the 10th instant, at an early hour, I was aroused by some one calling me by my name in a very despairing voice. I jumped out of bed and rushed to the front door, on opening which I observed a large flame issue from the bowling-alley. I then ran to the back premises to get some water, and, while passing through my house, I called to my wife to get up and take the children out. I saw John Lindsay at the back-door when I opened it. He was the man who had been calling. I filled a bucket with water, and ran to where I thought the fire was, and threw the water upon it, and so continued doing until the fire was extinguished. Lindsay and I took a tub of water round to the outside to where the fire broke out. I told Lindsay to continue throwing water upon it in case it should break out again. I went and routed my my neighbour Mr. Fleming, and told him of the circumstances, and invited him to look at the place, I dressed myself. I then got a lantern, and Mr. Fleming and I got under the house to see if we could discover the origin of the fire. We found the remains of a case which smelt very strongly of kerosene oil. I took the remains of the box inside, and preserved it. I then proposed to Mr. Fleming that we should take a turn round the settlement and see if we could discover anything. We first went to the militia store on the wharf, where I knew or supposed the man in charge of the new steamer was stationed. I first saw Mr. Dashwood. It was about halfpast 2 o'clock a.m. I asked him if he had seen my house on fire, or any person passing. He replied he had not. He (Mr. Dashwood) said that he came down about 1 o'olook with Mr. Shillito from Mr. Williams's public house, and one or two others. Then I asked the watchman of the boat. He replied, No. We then went to the workmen's quarters. Woke the men up, and inquired if they had heard or seen anybody during the night. They all replied they had not, nor knew anything about the fire. We then took a good look round, but saw no person. Came back to my house, and Lindsay and I sat up watching till daylight in case the fire should break out again.

    By the Coroner : I went to bed between 10 and 11, and I think Lindsay a little before me. I am insured in the Royal Insurance Company for £400 —  being for house, stock, and furniture. I wrote to the office after the fire occurred. There appeared to be some shavings left near or in the box which was on fire. There were no shavings about my premises. The box could not have been about my house, as the remains appeared much cleaner than any I had.

    By detective Crick : The case was similar to those in which we get wines and spirits. The place had evidently been set on fire from the outside, as it had not done much harm inside. One party, Ralph Pennell, told me that he saw some flames and sparks, but thought it was the steamer. I asked him what he was doing up at that time, and he replied that bt was looking for matches, but could not find any. The portion of the case now produced is the Bame that wai found under my house.

    Lillias Steedman, sworn, said : l am wife to Mr. Steedman, proprietor of the Harbour Hotel, Port Waikato. [This -witness's evidence corroborated her husband's testimony.]

    John Lindsay, sworn, said : I am an able seaman, at present staying at Mr. Steedman's Hotel, Port Waikato. I was awakened, half-choked with smoke, I believe on Sunday morning, about three Sundays ago. I jumped up and gave the alarm, by singing out "Fire!" I could not get any answer. I then ran to the bar-door, and tried to burst it open. A few minutes afterwards I heard some one running along the passage. I opened the back-door, and fetched a tub of water round, and Mr. Steedman and I threw it over the top of the bowling-alley floor, so that the water should run on to the fire that had broken out. I continued throwing water upon the fire from buckets, which I fetched from the river.

    By Coroner : I believe the place had been set on fire, because a case was found, partly burnt, smelling i very strongly with kerosene oil. The case was underneath the bowling-alley. Two or three pieces of wood, half burnt, were picked up next day. I nearer saw any wood like these pieces about the premises before the fire.

    By detective Crick : I had no conversation, with anyone about the fire, nor did I hear any remarks. I had some talk with Ralph Pennell afterwards, and he said he had seen a light on that night, but he thought it was on board the new steamer. Any person could have seen the flames from the outside, as they were very high for a short time.

    The case in Court looks very much like the one taken from under the burning floor, and which smelt very strongly of kerosene at the time. I have not seen any cases so small about Mr. Steedman's premises lately. There was a large case lying out on the road, close to the house, which I sat on the evening before. I have never seen any cases under the bowling-alley;

    By a juror : I left Pearce's house about ten o'clock, and went to bed a little after. I struok a match to light the candle, but I put it out before I Wy down. There was no one in the bar when I got home, and no person outside. It was raining very hard. I cannot say if Mr. Steedman was in bed before me.

    By detective Crick : I was perfectly sober going to bed. l am not in the habit of smoking in bed.

    By a juror : I put out the candle with my fingers.

    Andrew Fleming, sworn, said: l am a storekeeper, residing at Port Waikato. I remember the morning of tbe 10th instant. I was awoke by Mr. Steedman about 2 o'clock, who stated that his houae had been set on fire, and asked me to come down as quickly as I could. Mr. Steedman appeared in a very excited state at the time, almost crying. He left, and I dressed myself and went to Mr. Steedman's house, I and was shown the place that was on fire by Mr. Steedman. He (Mr. Steedman) and Lindsay were the only parties I saw at that time. We got a light, and Mr. Steedman and I went round to see if the fire was all out. Mr. Steedman pulled out part of a case burnt, which, smelt very strongly of kerosine oil at that time. It appeared like a case that spirits and cordials would be packed in. We then took a walk down to the Government yard, to see if any person was about. At that hour we saw Mr. Dashwood, but I did not hear what passed between Mr. Steedman and him, as I stood outside by the door. We then went to the sleeping quarters, and woke them. Mr. Steedman told them that his house had been let on fire, and asked whether they had seen any person about during the night. They replied No, they had not. We then walked through the Tillage, but saw nothing to arouse suspicion.

    By the Coroner : I can swear that the case now produced is the same one taken by Mr. Steedman from under his house. I saw cinders or charred embers, but nothing to attract my attention but the box.

    By detective Crick : I was at Mr. Steedman's home on Sunday, the day of the fire. There were a number of men, one of whom said he saw a blaze and sparks. I think I asked him why he gave no alarm. He mid when he first saw it it appeared to be on board the steamer, but on looking a second time he saw it was nearly out, and did not think it worth his while. I have myself been threatened with arson, but it was a soldier when the troops were here. l am quite of opinion that the fire was by design. Mr. Steedman had nothing on but his night-shirt when he came to me, which was after he had put the fire out. The fire was out when I got there. Mr. Steedman must have exerted himself very much to put it out so soon.



    By a juror : It was a wet stormy night.

    William Basset Williams, sworn, said: I am proprietor of the Waikato Hotel. I remember the night of the fire at Mr. Steedman's. It was last Sunday fortnight. It was a very wet dirty night —  blowing hard. I allowed my watch-dog to come into the bar. I went to bed about 12 o'clock, and had been to sleep some time, when I was awoke by the dog barking and growling, and was obliged to turn him out, he was making such a noise. I had been asleep again, when he awoke me. Mr. Dashwood told me on Sunday morning, between seven j and eight o'clock, that some one had tried to set fire to Mr. Steedman's house the night before. I went down to look at it about nine o'clock the same day, and I thought there was not the slightest doubt of it being done maliciously.

    By Coroner : The dog will not bark unless some person or cattle are passing, but the night was too rough for cattle. The dog might bave been barking ' at Mr. Steedman and Mr. Fleming passing.

    By detective Crick : The case in Court is, to the best of my belief, the one I saw in Mr. Steedman's bowling-alley. I only saw a few cinders under the house. The reason I put the dog in the bar was in consequence of the night being so boisterous ; I had no house for him. I have not heard anything remarked that would throw a light on this affair.

    Henry Shillito, sworn, said : I am a storekeeper, residing at Port Waikato. I know nothing whatever about the fire at Mr. Steedman's. I heard there was one there between Saturday night and Sunday morning, the 9th and 10th instant. I saw a notice offering a reward of £15, but nothing of the writing on the back. I may have seen the original notice, but cannot say. (Notice produced.)

    By Coroner : I have no opinion of any importance as to the origin of the fire, and heard bo penon make any remark about the writing on the back of the notice now before the Court.

    By detective Crick : I will swear positively that it is not my handwriting. I cannot state who wrote it, as I do not know the handwriting. I have had no conversation of any moment on the subject. I was at Williams at half-past 11 o'clock on the Saturday night, and afterwards with Mr. Dashwood, who came with me to my own store, and remained there till half- past one am. (Sunday). He left, and 1 went to bed, being weary. 1 undressed myself, and went to bed, and got up on Sunday morning about half-past fa.m. I then came to Mr. Williams and heard from him about the fire. I got a •< nobbier" and went back. I did not go to see the place that had been on fire. After breakfast, Mr. Williams told me that a box with tea-tree shavings, &c , had been put under the house. It was reported at the time that it was a kerosine case, but the remains of the case now before the Court is not a kerosene case.

    By Coroner ; There is no bad feeling existing between me and Mr. Steedman, at least on my side. We have, as far as I know, been on friendly terms. I kept the store of Mr. Simpson when Mr. Steedman wrote about spirits being sold at his store., but I never spoke to Mr. Steedman about it. It is now a long time ago.

    Ralph Pennell, being duly sworn, stated : I am a baker in the employ of Mr. Shillito, I remember a fire taking place at Mr. Steedman's on Saturday night fortnight or Sunday morning following. Between 2 and 3 o'clock on Sunday morning, I got up to look for a match. I looked through the window of my bedroom and saw a large light, which I thought was on the steamer. I went into the other room to look for a match, but could not find one. On returning to my bedroom, I again looked through the window, but could see no light. I then went to bed and slept till half .past 7 u'u^ui/K, *l wliibli time I got up. I weab orer to the carpenter's shop for some shavings to light my fire. I heard John Lindsay say that Mr. Steedman's house had been set on fire. I told I had seen a large light, which I thought was on board the steamer. I heard no more about it until I came down to the Post-office, about 8 o'clock j and, in company with George Taylor, went over to see the place that had been on fire. Mr. Steedman came out at the time we were standing there. I told him that I had seen a very large light, as if sparks were flying. He (Mr. Steedman) asked me why I did not come down and tell him about it. I told him the light was out when I looked through the window the second time. We went inside, and Mr. Steedman showed me the remains of a case which he said had been under the house. He said he knew the case. I then left, and heard no more about it. I know no more.

    By the Coroner : It was a very wet blowy night. I could not swear to the case produced. The one Mr. Steedman showed me seemed larger. It might be the same. I took up the case at Mr. Steedman's, and smelt it. It smelt like burnt deal wood, but not of kerosine. I did not get wet that night, but lay wife was frightened that the roof would blow off our place, which was the reason I was up at the hour stated. I did not think when I saw the light that it was a house on fire. I thought there might be a big light for the men on board the steamer to enable them to look after her, as it was blowing so hard. I have known oakum and tar barrels burnt in the dockyard when men were working at night. l am not aware that a light is usually kept on board the steamer. Mr. Dashwood told some of the workmen on Sunday morning, in my hearing, that he had a light on the wharf on Saturday night. Mr. Shillito packs eggs and other articles in cases to send away. There are no small cases. None of the cases are of the same size as the one now in Court.

    By Mr. Crick : I have vied cases for lighting my fire, principally kerosine, but there are none there now. I use kerosine in my own house. I have not found any leakage of kerosene in any of the cases.

    By a Juror : I went to bed at half-patt nine o'clock, and was not towards Steedman's on that night. I went home from the Btore, and went to bed. I did not afterwards leave the house that night.

    By the Coroner : The light I saw at first seemed like a torch-light, and had disappeared in about a minute. It was not a minute from the time I first saw till it disappeared ; there were sparks with the flames. I live about 100 yards from Mr. Shillito. I left the store about eight o'clock ; it was raining then. I can see the lower part of Mr. Steedman's bar-door from my bed-room window.

    By Mr. Crick : I do not know the writing on the back of the notice. (Produced.) I neither read or write myself. I know Mr. Shillito's writing ; this is not it, he writes clearer. I know it is not his writing by some crooks in it. I cannot swear that it is not Shillito's writing. It is nothing like his usual writing in his books. I have never heard any remarks to me that Steedman set fire to his own house.

    John Henry Dashwood, sworn, said : l am a shipwright employed in the Steam Transport Service. I knew nothing of the fire at Mr. Steedman's, till told by Mr. Steedman that his house had been set on fire during the night. Mr. Fleming also told me about 6 o'clock on Sunday morning, the 10th instant. There was a man on duty, and I also attended myself, according to instructions from the Superintendent. The last person I saw on Saturday night was Mr. Shillito, who was in the Government store with me. We left Williams's (Waikato Hotel) at 11 o'clock, and about half-past 12 I went over to his store with him, and remained till about half.past 1 o'clock. There was a, masthead light on board the steamer. It had a reflector. I have known oakum, pitch, and tar used for a light when the men are working at night. There have been no such fires since Mr. Lodder has been superintendent. The light used on the night alluded to was an oil-light, and placed on the wharf in a line with the ship's bows. There was a candle in the office.

    By the Coroner : I left the Government office with Mr. Shillito at half-past 12 o'clock, and left his store at half- past 1 o'clock. I saw no person while with Mr. Shillito. It was raining and blowing very hard. I have seen the notice now produced, but I never saw the writing on the back. I swear I do not know the writing. I saw Mr. Steedman putting up similar notices.

    This concluded the examination.

    The jury, having consulted, the following verdict was returned, viz;:— " That, on or about Saturday night, the 9th of February, 1867 some person or persons, unknown to the jurors, did feloniously and maliciously set fire to the said house, with intent then and there to injure the said Jamei Bramwell Steedman. The jury is of opinion that James Branwell Steedman deserves great credit for the energetic manner he exercised in stopping the progress of the fire."

    The Court closed at 9 p.m.

    Death Registration:
    James Bramwell Steedman, age 74, died.

    James married Lillias Clark McAndrew 21 Apr 1859, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK. Lillias (daughter of George McAndrew and Helen Hill) was born 6 Feb 1839; was christened 17 Mar 1839, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; died 27 Jun 1929, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 29 Jun 1929, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Lillias Clark McAndrew was born 6 Feb 1839; was christened 17 Mar 1839, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK (daughter of George McAndrew and Helen Hill); died 27 Jun 1929, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 29 Jun 1929, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Death Registration: 1929, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; #7113

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Name:      Lilias Macandrew
    Gender:      Female
    Christening Date:      17 Mar 1839
    Christening Place:      PERTH,PERTH,SCOTLAND
    Birth Date:      06 Feb 1839
    Birthplace:     
    Death Date:     
    Name Note:     
    Race:     
    Father's Name:      George Macandrew
    Father's Birthplace:     
    Father's Age:     
    Mother's Name:      Helen Hill
    Mother's Birthplace:     
    Mother's Age:     
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number:      C11948-5
    System Origin:      Scotland-ODM
    GS Film number:      1040162
    Reference ID:     

    Citing this Record:
    "Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VQHR-CRX : accessed 18 March 2015), Lilias Macandrew, 06 Feb 1839; citing , reference ; FHL microfilm 1,040,162.

    Death Registration:
    Lillias Clarke Steedman, age 90, died.

    Children:
    1. Catherine Mailer Steedman was born 27 Jun 1860, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 25 Apr 1935, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried Aft 25 Apr 1935, Hillsborough Cemetery, Hillsborough, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    2. Elizabeth Steedman was born 15 Oct 1861, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 16 Jun 1935, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried Aft 16 Jun 1935, Purewa Cemetery, Meadowbank, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    3. 3. Annie Hill Steedman was born 3 Sep 1863, Port Waikato, Franklin District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 13 Dec 1931, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 15 Dec 1931, Totara Memorial Park, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    4. James Donaldson Steedman was born 3 Jul 1865, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 25 Nov 1955, Whangarei, Whangarei District, Northland Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 26 Nov 1955, Maunu Cemetery, Whangarei, Whangarei District, Northland Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    5. George McAndrew Steedman was born 9 Apr 1867, South Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 8 Dec 1910, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 10 Dec 1910, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    6. John Henry Steedman was born 2 Jan 1869, Auckland, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 27 Mar 1922, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 29 Mar 1922, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    7. Lillias Steedman was born 14 Feb 1871, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 15 Oct 1882, Tararu Creek, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 17 Oct 1882, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    8. Cora Helena "Cara Helena" Steedman was born 29 May 1873, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 11 Jan 1876, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 11 Jan 1876, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    9. William Thomas Steedman was born 29 May 1873, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 18 Aug 1873, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 19 Aug 1873, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    10. Mabel Janet Steedman was born 6 Sep 1874, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 29 Jan 1876, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 4 Feb 1876, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    11. Phoebe Grey Steedman was born 27 Aug 1876, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 4 Aug 1902, Ponsonby, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 5 Aug 1902, Purewa Cemetery, Meadowbank, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    12. Archibald Fleming Steedman was born 1 Mar 1882, Tararu, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; died 9 Oct 1942, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried Abt 12 Oct 1942, Hillsborough Cemetery, Hillsborough, Auckland City District, Auckland Region, North Island, New Zealand.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  David Steedman was born 19 Jul 1802, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; was christened 22 Jul 1802, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK (son of John Steedman and Isabella "Isobell" "Elizabeth" Simpson); died 11 Nov 1874, Auchtermuchty, Fife, Scotland, UK.

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Name:      David Steedman
    Gender:      Male
    Christening Date:      22 Jul 1802
    Christening Place:      PERTH,PERTH,SCOTLAND
    Birth Date:      19 Jul 1802
    Birthplace:     
    Death Date:     
    Name Note:     
    Race:     
    Father's Name:      John Steedman
    Father's Birthplace:     
    Father's Age:     
    Mother's Name:      Isobell Simon
    Mother's Birthplace:     
    Mother's Age:     
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number:      C11947-5
    System Origin:      Scotland-ODM
    GS Film number:      1040159
    Reference ID:     

    Citing this Record:
    "Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FM91-MKM : accessed 18 March 2015), David Steedman, 19 Jul 1802; citing , reference ; FHL microfilm 1,040,159.

    Died:
    He died at High Street, Auchtermuchty. The informant was David Simpson, his cousin.

    David married Catherine Mailer 4 May 1835, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK. Catherine (daughter of Robert Mailer and Helen Henderson) was born Abt 1813, Dunning, Perth, Scotland, UK; died 14 May 1883, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Catherine Mailer was born Abt 1813, Dunning, Perth, Scotland, UK (daughter of Robert Mailer and Helen Henderson); died 14 May 1883, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK.

    Other Events:

    • 1851 England Census: 1851, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK

    Notes:

    1851 England Census:
    District 4, p. 2
    7 Kirkgate
    Catharene                Head  ???  37   Paultner Poulterer    Dunning  Perthshire
    John Steadman         Son    U     15   Earand Bay                "               "
    James     "                 Son    U     13   Scholar                    Perth           "
    Calin        "                 Dau             7       "                              "               "

    Died:
    She died at St. Johns Place, Perth.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name:      David Steedman
    Birth Date:     
    Birthplace:     
    Age:     
    Spouse's Name:      Catherine Mailler
    Spouse's Birth Date:     
    Spouse's Birthplace:     
    Spouse's Age:     
    Event Date:      04 May 1835
    Event Place:      Perth,Perth,Scotland
    Father's Name:     
    Mother's Name:     
    Spouse's Father's Name:     
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     
    Race:     
    Marital Status:     
    Previous Wife's Name:     
    Spouse's Race:     
    Spouse's Marital Status:     
    Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:     
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number:      M11948-8
    System Origin:      Scotland-ODM
    GS Film number:      1040164
    Reference ID:     

    Citing this Record:
    "Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XY32-S5V : accessed 18 March 2015), David Steedman and Catherine Mailler, 04 May 1835; citing Perth,Perth,Scotland, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,040,164.

    Children:
    1. John Steedman was born 6 Mar 1836, Dunning, Perth, Scotland, UK; was christened 6 Mar 1836, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; died 6 Jun 1922, Selkirk, Selkirk, Scotland, UK.
    2. 6. James Bramwell Steedman was born 27 Jan 1838, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; was christened 6 Feb 1838, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; died 18 Aug 1912, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand; was buried 19 Aug 1912, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.
    3. Calin Steedman was born Abt 1844, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; died Unknown.

  3. 14.  George McAndrew died Unknown.

    George married Helen Hill 10 Dec 1823, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK. Helen died Unknown. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Helen Hill died Unknown.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Name:      George Macandrew
    Birth Date:     
    Birthplace:     
    Age:     
    Spouse's Name:      Helen Hill
    Spouse's Birth Date:     
    Spouse's Birthplace:     
    Spouse's Age:     
    Event Date:      10 Dec 1823
    Event Place:      Perth,Perth,Scotland
    Father's Name:     
    Mother's Name:     
    Spouse's Father's Name:     
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     
    Race:     
    Marital Status:     
    Previous Wife's Name:     
    Spouse's Race:     
    Spouse's Marital Status:     
    Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:     
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number:      M11948-8
    System Origin:      Scotland-ODM
    GS Film number:      1040164
    Reference ID:     

    Citing this Record:
    "Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XY3J-W5D : accessed 18 March 2015), George Macandrew and Helen Hill, 10 Dec 1823; citing Perth,Perth,Scotland, reference ; FHL microfilm 1,040,164.

    Children:
    1. 7. Lillias Clark McAndrew was born 6 Feb 1839; was christened 17 Mar 1839, Perth, Perth, Scotland, UK; died 27 Jun 1929, ____, ____, ____, New Zealand; was buried 29 Jun 1929, Tararu Cemetery, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, North Island, New Zealand.