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|New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, 3 January 1844|
|On the 1st inst., by the Rev. John Macfarlane,
Mr John M'Quarrie, formerly of Invernessshire, carpenter, to
Marjory, daughter of Mr Hugh Cameron, formerly of Ardgone, Argyleshire, now of Wellington.
Although father is listed as Hugh Cameron -
It is probable this is was our Marjory - father Ewen Cameron
I remember once father taking me out to Turakina to Aunties when she lived with Uncle in a nice large house in the gully; and I have a faint recollection of seeing my great-grandfather, Donald McQuarrie, a greyheaded man sitting in the corner in an arm-chair.
Electorial roll, 8th july 1858, Manawatu, Wanganui and Rangitikei John McQuarrie, Turakina, Settler Freehold , Turakina John McQuarrie died 10 December 1865 aged 45
|Wanganui Chronical, 13th April 1899|
|Local and General;
In the Supreme Court (in Chambers) yesterday, before C. C. Kettle, Esq.-, Registrar, in re John McQuarrie, late of Turakina, farmer, deceased, on the motion of Mr Watt, probate was granted to Margery Perry and Charles Cameron, the executors named in the will. Date of will, 4th February, I860, Date of death. 10th December, 1865.
Sacred to the memory of
who departed this life on
the 7th October 1860 aged 85 years
son of the above who died
on the 10th December 1865
aged 45 years
This is they grace of GOD By
it they just shall enter In.
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