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Ivy jane Alison 6th and youngest child of Mary ann Colman and Ewen william Alison
Ivy jane Alison b.19feb1887 Takapuna, North shore Auckland d.15sep1979 Kings Sutton, Banbury, Oxfordshire UK, aged 92 | m.29jul1911 Sep.1913....Div.1920....P.1920 | Woolahra, Sydney, Au. | | | Norman william Captain lynedock Andrew Mair Collyer b.13sep1876 Waipa b.01jun1866 Croydon d.07feb1954 Auckland aged 77 d.22jan1928 East Preston, Sussex uk | | |=============================//=====|========================== Jane (Billie) Averil cathcart mary may Mair Collyer b.17oct1911 au b.20apr1920 Bristol UK, adopted by Collyer relations c.05dec1911 | d.28nov2005 Oxford (1k) age 95 d.2005 Kent aged 85 | | m.decqt1940 uk m1.decqt1939 ....m2.sepqt1951 ....p. | Camelford, Cornwall | west anglesey | Kensington | Kenneth Edward Arthur ? bernard avenel- J. E. J. ? Evans Powell Harrison ? b.08jun1917 India b. b. | d.2005 Oxford (1j) aged 85 d. d. | | | ********** | |================ |============= |========== Sarah (sally) Ann daughter jane M. | b.28nov1941 b.sepqt1943 Bromley d?31dec2010 Northampton d.junqt1968 Lambeth | aged69 *********** m.sepqt1963 Chelsea | Anthony K Robertson
1911 Waitamata Auckland, Voters Register Ivy jane Alison, Takapuna, SpinsterIvy married 29th July 1911, Woolahra, NSW, Au, to Norman W.L. Mair.
Why did Ivy and Norman married in Australia , it certainly wasnt a secret
|Auckland Star, 7th August 1911|
|MARRIAGES. MAIR —ALISON—
On July 29th 1911, at Sydney, N.S.W., by the Rev. W. J.Greer. Norman. W. Mair. second son of Major Mair. Takapuna. to Ivy Alison, youngest daughter of W W. Alison, Esq. "Lochaber," Takapuna.
|Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 7th December 1911, Page 10|
Clearances, December 6th,
WIMMERA s 3022 Tons, Captain William Waller for Auckland and other New Zealand ports.
Passengers: Mr. & Mrs Mair , ............
|Auckland Star, 9th september 1913|
MAINTENANCE CASE. |
A charge of falling to provide adequate maintenance for his wife and child was preferred against Norman Mair. the complainant being E. W. Alison, defendant's father-in-law.
Mr T. Cotter appeared for complainant, and Mr Denniston for defendaat Asked if he had any offer to make, defendant said that the only offer he could make at the present time was 25/ a week.
He was examined as to his means. He said his father had died in July last year intestate, and there had been no means of getting a squaring up respecting a farm he had been working.
He was not in a position to increase the offer be had made.
Mr Cotter cross-examined at considerable length with a view to showing that defendant had interests in certain properties.
|Police Court, 10th September 1913|
|In the maintenance case Alison v. Mair,
His Worship made an order against defendant of 25/ a week for three months, and 40/ a week thereafter,
And.assesed back maintenance at £20.
Was it with her alimony funds Ivy decided visit England?
1914 17th October Ivy departs London UK on SS Malwa bound for Sydney
|Auckland Star, 14th April 1917|
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Alison, accompanied by Mrs. Mair, are staying at the Aventnet , Devonport.
|New Zealand Herald, 7th February 1919|
|DECEE NISI GRANTED.
HAMILTON, Thursday [6 February 1919]
Petition for a divorce from her husband, Norman W. L Mair, was made by Ivy June Mair (Mr. Stanton), in the Supreme Court, before Mr. Justice Cooper to-day.
Evidence was given in support of the petition that Mair left his wife and wrote stating that he would not return, and suggesting a separation. For a time respondent did not contribute towards his wife's support, but he did so when a maintenance order was made. The Judge said it had evidently been a very unhappy marriage. The wife was entitled to her husband's company, but he had refused to give it. There had been constructive desertion, and the petitioner was entitled to a divorce.
A decree nisi was granted, petitioner being granted interim custody of the child. The decree nisi is to be moved absolute in three months.
The following are the criminal and civil lists for the March
sittings of the Supreme Court at Hamilton.
...Motion for decree absolute Ivy Jane Mair (Mr Stanton) v. Norman W.L. Mair, motion for decree absolute, and petition for alimony
|Waikato Times, 21st June 1919|
|Supreme Court, before his honor Mr. Justice Cooper
DIVORCE, - MAIR V. MAIR
The divorce case. Ivy Jane Mair (MiBell) v. Norman W. L. Mair, motion for decree absolute and custody of child, was adjourned, owing to the illness of respondent.
In August 1919 Ivy set of for a trip to UK, no doubt having expected her divorce to
have already been finalised;
Waikato Times 27 February 1920, In Divorce, Before Judge alone. Ivy Jane Mair (Mr. Stanton) v. Norman W. L. Mair, motion for decree absolute, and petition for Alimony.
On 27th October Ivy arrived London on the SS Malta Captained By Andrew Collyer, having embarked in Melbourne Australia, 29 August 1919
The ship Niagara arrived in Auckland from Sydney on Monday 1 September 1919,
having left Sydney the previous Thursday 28 August.
On board was Mr E W Alison jr. (New Zealand Herald, 3 September 1919 p.5).
Had he just taken his sister to Sydney to catch the ship to London?
During the trip to England Ivy apparently had an affair with Captain Collyer and as a result fell pregnant, her daughter Averil was born in Clifton, Bristol 22 April 1920, Possibly Ivy was on route back to NZ via Bristol, but Averil arrived Prematurly whilst Ivy was awaiting passage home.
In the chaos of this premature arrival Averil's birth was not registered.
where Ivy and Averil lived during the following year is not know.
Auckland star 18th March 1921, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Alison left by the Maheno for Sydney en route for England, where they propose staying for some months. It may only have been with pressure from her parents after their arrival in UK that Captain Collyer was named as father and the child finally registered on 6th July 1921 in Bristol.
It was arranged that Captain Collyer's elder sister Marion should adopt the child however as an artist she lead a somewhat bohemian life and it seeems her husband's lover Sylvia , who was much younger, took on much of the task of raising Averil.
|New Zealand Herald, 16th July 1921|
|New Zealanders at Home, News of Aucklanders
A recent arrival from the Dominion is the Hon. E. W. Alison, M.L.C. With Mrs. Alison and his daughter, Mrs. Mair, Mr. Alison will go north to Scotland, thence to Wales, and later to France, Belgium, and possibly to Switzerland and Italy. Altogether about three months will be spent in the Mother Country and three months on the Continent, and the return journey to New Zealand will be begun about the end of November.
|Auckland Star, 20th July 1921|
|WOMEN'S WORLD, Social Jottings
Visitors to Portman Hotel - Oxford Street, writes our London correspondent on June 2nd, are the Hon. E. V. Alison, M.L.0., and Mrs. Alison, and their daughter, Mrs. N. Mair.
During his visit it is expected that Mr. Alison will run his eye over a few English, horses, with a view to their suitability for the Dominion.
|The Press, 30th November 1921|
|London, October 19th
The Following New Zealanders are amongst the passengers on the OSTERLEY, which left Tilbury for Sydney on the 15th Inst. :- The Hon.E.W. Alison 59,and Mrs Alison 67, Mrs Mair 30
last uk address; Portman Hotel, Portman Sq. London W.
( 17 nov 1921 Freemantle, SS Osterly; Mrs I J Mair destination Locharber, lake Takapuna, Auckland NE )
|New Zealand Herald, 5th December 1921|
The Hon. E. W. Alison MLC . accompanied by Mrs. Alison and their daughter, returned by the Maheno yesterday from a tour of Britain and the Continent, extending over eight months. While in Britain he met his son Mr. E. W. Alison, jun. and his wife who are now on their way to Australia, "en route" for Auckland.
|Auckland Star, 5th December 1921|
|HON. E. W. ALISON BACK AGAIN.
A REAL PLEASURE TRIP. NINE MONTHS' PERFECT WEATHER.
From the day they left until the day they got back to Auckland, the Hon. E.. W. Alison, M.L.C., Mrs Alison, and their daughter enjoyed wonderful weather. With the exception of one wet day in Glasgow, the party enjoyed nine months of perfect weather in England, Scotland (with the exception of Glasgow's lapse)., Wales, France, and other parts of the Continent which were visited.
Mr. Alison was in England during the drought, when the English people would have welcomed a little rain, and he says he felt hotter in London than ever he has felt in Auckland, even in February. The fine weather seemed to follow the party wherever they went, and it was just the same on the water. Even the notorious Australian Bight, and the usually roaring Bay o' Biscay were as polite as Lake Ta'kapuna on a windless day in mid-summer, and gambling on his luck Mr. Alison gained scume notoriety on the Maheno by prophecying a smooth water run, even though the officers looked dubious and spoke about a bit of a blow when asked by slightly nervous passengers as to the prospects.
Mr. Alison says people at Home were more than kind and simply overwhelmed the New Zealanders with hospitality. A long round of visits and entertainments culminated in a command to a garden party at Buckingham Palace. Speaking about conditions at Home, Mr. Alison said one of the most noticeable things was the continual interruptions to work, and the apathy of the British workers. On the Continent the contrast to this listlessnees was most marked. He found the Continental workers "hard at it. In France everyone seemed to be at work straightening out things after the terrible war.
Voters Register 1928 Waitamata, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, Hurstmere Road, Takapuna, Married 1935 Waitamata, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, Hurstmere Road, N2, Married 1935 supliment Jane Cathcart mary Mair, Hurstmere Road, N2, spinster 1938 Waitamata, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, Hurstmere Road, N2, Married
A visit to UK to see her daughter Billie who moved to London in june 1937
1938 s.s. Port Whyndham, Passengers disembarked London 25th August 1938
I.J.Mair, aged 46, C/o Bank New Zealand, Queen Victoria Street, London
|Auckland Star, 4th April 1939|
|In and Out of Town
Mrs. I. J. Mair, of Takapuna, returned in the Mariposa yesterday after a trip to England and the Continent. In England she Visited her daughter, Miss Billie Mair.
1949 Rodney, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, 33 Kitchener Road, N2, Married
1950 Trip to UK to visit her daughter Billie.
SHIPPING:- S.S. Port Auckland (Port Line ltd), Departed Auckland,NZ
Arrived: Bristol, Avonmouth UK 27th April 1950
Ivy Jane Mair, Housewife, age 59, 1st Class; Destination - 35 Cornwall Gardens, London SW7
Ivy returned to NZ on S.S. Port Victor, via Sydney, departed london 29th September 1950.
1954 North Shore, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, 33 Kitchener Road, N2, Married 1957 North Shore, Auckland Ivy Jane Mair, 33 Kitchener Road, N2, Married 1963 North Shore, Auckland Ivy J. Mair, 33 Kitchener Road, N2. Widow 1972 North Shore, Auckland Ivy J. Mair, 37 Kitchener Road, Widow 1978 North Shore, Auckland Ivy J. Mair, 37 Kitchener Road, WidowIvy's father lived at 31 Kitchener Rd.
Some time after 1978 Ivy moved/visited UK
Ivy jane Mair died sepqt1979 Banbury, Oxfordshire aged 92
Her probate shows she live just 5 miles away from her daughter Billie
Mair, Ivy Jane of Walton Grounds House,
Kings Sutton, Banbury, Oxon, died 15 september 1979
Probate Oxford 21st November.
William Gilbert Mair b.20nov1832 Bay of Islands, NZ d.08jul1912 | m.15may1872 Waikato | Jane (Janie) cathcart Black b.16aug1848 d.14nov1918 Auckland | |=======================|=====================|================|| Florence ( Florrie) Harold (Harry) Norman agneta marmaduke william alexandra gilbert Lynedock b.16may1873 b.~1875 b.13sep1876 d.1955 d.24sep1916 d.07feb1954 aged 41
William Gilbert Mair, (20 November 1832 – 8 July 1912), was a soldier, resident magistrate, and judge of the Native Land Court in early New Zealand.
Born at the Bay of Islands, he was the son of one of the earliest European settlers, trader Gilbert Mair. He married Jane Cathcart Black at Auckland on 15 May 1872.
|Thmaes Gardian, 21st May 1872|
Mair—BLACK; —On May 15, at St. Saviour’s Church, by the Rev. L 0. Brady, William Gilbert Mair, N.Z. Civil Service, to Jane Cathcart, eldest daughter of Alexander Black, Esq., of Armidale, New South Wales,
At the outbreak of the Waikato War he joined the Colonial Defence Force, and took part in the fighting round Pukekohe and Rangiriri. He later reached the rank of Major in the New Zealand Militia, and took part in campaigns against the Hauhau and Te Kooti
In 1869 he was a member of the expedition lead by Colonel George Whitmore into Te Urewera, by way of Fort Galatea and the Ahikareru Valley.
|Auckland Star, 25th September 1916|
Mair, On 24th September, 1916, at his sister's residence. Mrs H. L. Brett, Brett Avenue, Tatapuna,
Harold (Harry) dearly loved eldest son of Mrs W. G. Mair and the late Major Mair, of Killarney Street, Takapuna.
The funeral will leave his sister's residence for O'Neil's Point Cemetery, Tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m.
Norman William followed in the family tradition and joined the Army.
|Third Contingent for Service in South Africa, ( Rough Riders)|
Regimental Number: 743 Company: 2 Name in Full: Norman William Lyndock, Mair District form which Drafted: Hawkes Bay Rank and length of Service : Nil Address: Te Aute Hawkes Bay Trade or Calling: Station Cadet Name and Address Employer: Archdn Williams, Te Aute H.B. Age: 23 Years, 5 months. Height; 5 feet 11½ inches Chest measurement 38 inches. Weight; 11 Stone 11 lb. Religion: Church of England Next of Kin; William Gilbert Mair Address; Judge Native Land Court, Auckland To who pay to be paid; Self Witnessed 15th July nineteen hundred.
I have the honour to inform you that I am desirous of obtaing a commision in the 9th NZ contingeant. I have had fifeteen weeks service with the 3rd contingant and returned to Nz with the rank of sergt.
Trusting that this matter will recieve your consideration
I have the honour to be Sir, your obediant servant
Voters list 1900 Hawkes Bay Norman william lynedock Mair, Pukehon, Cadet, Residential
Surname: MAIR., Reg No: 0. Given Names: Norman william lynedock. Rank: Lieutenant. Unit: North Island Regiment -(Boer War) E Squadron. Contingent: Ninth. County/City: Waipawa. Occupation: Sheep-farmer. Ship: Devon 19 March 1902. Address: C/o Archdeacon Williams Te Aute, Hawkes Bay. Next of Kin: Mair Mr W G. Relationship to Soldier: father. Next of Kin Address: Auckland.
Voters Register 1905 Hawkes Bay Norman william lynedock Mair, Newstead, Shepherd 1905 Waitemata Auckland Norman william lynedock Mair, Takapuna, Cadet, 1911 Hawkes Bay, 18th October Norman william lynedock Mair, Heretaunga Street, Hastings, Station hand 1914 Bay of Plenty Tuaranga Norman william lynedock Mair, Waitotapa, Farmer also at Ririwhakairu farmer 1916 Sept 16th, Army Reserves, Bay of Plenty recruting District, Rotorua Norman william lyndock Mair, Farmer, Waiotapu, Rotorua Harold gilbert Mair, Sheep Farmer, RereWhakaitu, Rotorua First reservists between ages of 20-45 1919 Voters Rotorua Norman william Lynedock Mair, Ririwhakaitu, Waiotapu, Farmer Harold gilbert Mair, Ririwhakaitu, Waiotapu, Sheep Farmer
|New Zealand Expeditionary Force, ( volunter)|
Name in Full: Norman William Lyndock, Mair Where Born: Waipa, New Zealand British Subject : Yes Date of Birth: 13/9/1879 Where Parents Born - Father: Bay of Islands, New Zealand mother; Aberdeen, Scotland Trade or Calling: Farmer Home Address; Waitapu, Rotorua Where should letters to you be addressed: As No.7 Hame of last Employer Self Single,Married,divorced Legally Seperated Number of Children under 16 One Have you served in Military or Navel Forces; Yes Have you been medically examined; Mar 1917, Rotorua, Fit Are you willing to serve in NZ Expedionary force: Yes Signed; second May 1918 at Auckland
1923 Glenfield, Auckland city directory Norman Mair, Farmer 1928 Auckland East Norman william lynedock Mair, 9 Selwyn Terrace, Farmer 1946 Tamaki, Auckland Norman william lyndedock Mair, Chelmsford Avenue, retiredNorman william lynedock Mair died 7th Febraury 1954
Jane Cathcart Mary was born 17th October 1911 in Australia,
and was Christened 5th December 1911 at St. Stevens, Newtown, Sydney, Au.
In the 1935 Voters Register shows her living with her mother Ivy at
|Arrival - London, 25th June 1937 from Brisbane, Australia|
|S.S. Mongolia, P & O Steam Navigation Co.
Jane Mair, 25, Journalist, New Zealand
Destination; Helena Residential Club, 82 Lancaster Gate, London
Jane Cathcart mary Mair married decqt1940 at Camelford, Cornwall to
Kenneth bernard avenel Evans.
|Supliment to the London Gazette, 19th March 1940|
|R.War. R. - Kenneth bernard Avenel Evans (124443)
|Suppliment to London Gazette, 12th June 1951|
|Royal Army Education Corps. -Lt. (War Subs Capt.)
Kenneth bernard Avenel Evans (124443) from Emerg.commn.,
to be Capt. 13th June 1951, and is granted the Hon rank of Maj.
1945 Kensington and Chelsea Avenel-Evan Jane C. M., 50-52 Lexham Gardens 1946 Queensgate, Kensington Avenel-Evan Jane C. M., 50-52 Lexham Gardens 1946 Phonebook, Hammersmith, London Avenel- Evans J.C.M. 64 Hamlet Gardens W6, RIVerside 3153 1947 - 1957 Voters Kensington and Chelsea 35 Cornwall Gdns Queensgate Jane Avenel-Evans Kenneth Bernard A. Evans 1960 2nd June passenger on flightfrom Amsterdam to New York Kenneth bernard Evans, British, born 6th Aug 1917, Baroda, India uk address: 73 Queensgate London SW7 voters 2003-2005 126 Bath road Banbury Oxforshire Kenneth bernard A. Evans Mrs Jane C Avenel-Evans
1911 CENSUS SOURCE RG14; Piece: 7212; district 132 place Hornsey, Edmonton, Middlesex dwelling schedule 267 , 238 Ferm Park Road, William Arthur Avenel Evans boarder 21 Bank Clerk India 27 aug 1889MARRIED 7th july 1915 Quetta, Bengal, India
|Arrival - Plymouth, 23rd November 1923 from Bombay, India|
|S.S. Morvada, British India Steam Navigation Co.
Destination; 32 Victoria Grove, Bridport, Cornwall EVANS; William arthur A. 32, occ. Banking Mary helen kathleen ; 28, wife Kenneth bernard 06, Norbert Askew Avenel; 07, Mary Joy Avenel; 02, Margaret mary 01,
Indian Army Reserve of Officers, page 510 Infantry, Leiutenants 560 - Evans, William arthur avenel(51) date of first commnd 19 march 1915 Date of rank 19march 1916
Roll of Service of Old Elizabethians who served 1914-1919
EVANS, William Arthur Avenel (3024)
Lt., 43rd Erinpura Regt. I.A. Mesopotamia
Averil May Collyer was concieved circa Aug 1919 and Ivy Claimed Captain Collyer
to be the father. There is speculation that Collyer might not be the father
since Ivy did not Board his ship till 23rd August 1919
ie the baby was born 22 april 1920 at least a month premature?
|1921 No.152,||Registration in Sub-district of Clifton in the County of Bristol|
| When and
|Name||Sex|| Name of
| Name of
| Twenty second
| Ivy jane
| Master Mariner
19 The Grove
| Andrew Collyer
19 The Grove
Ivy jane Mair
25 Portman St. London
| 6th July
Captain Collyer was already married but arranged for his married sister Marion Cox to adopt the Baby, however she was 55 years old and off-loaded most of the care to her husband's mistress Sylvia Bisham by whom he who already had a young child, Alan bertram Cox-Bisham, born 16 feb 1913
1939 Register source Enumeration District DHYH , 66-3 edno4b place Hyth Kent address 68 Marine Parade 1 / John B. Cox Muscian Retired born 22nd June 1868 2/ Marion E.L. Cox Artist Retired born 13th July 1860 66b? Marine Parade 1 and 2 redacted 3 / Sylvia H Bisham born 28th Feb 1878 Unpaid Domestic 4 / Redacted 5 / Alan B Cox-Bisham 1948 Spelthorn Middlesex 110 Petersfield
1861 census source RG 9; Piece: 449; Folio: 89; Page: 7; place Croydon, Kent Dwelling schedule 31, London Road Bristow Collyer head m 34 Brewer Farnham Surrey Maria Collyer wife m 20 Tonbridge Marion Emily Collyer dau 8months Croydon Martha Johnson vistor 25 Fund holder Ann Keeley serv 29 Jane Thredgull serv 23 Maria Biggs serv 30
|Probate 9th August 1870|
The WILL of Bristow Collyer late of Croydon in the county of Surrey, Brewer deceased who died 12 July 1870 at Beddington in the county aforesaid, was proved at the Principle Registry by the Oaths of Andrew alfred Collyer-Bristow of 4 Bedford Row, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire the brother and James Tucker Withers of 4 Bedford Row aforesaid, Esquire, The Executors.
Effects under £45,000. resworn july 1871 under £40,000.
1871 census source RG10; Piece: 1087; Folio: 6; Page: 6; place the Palace, Brighton, Sussex Dwelling schedule 15, 119 Kings road (Hotel) Marion Collyer 28 head W Annuitant Tonbridge kent Marion emily Laura Collyer 10 dau Croydon surrey Claud bristow Collyer 9 son Croydon surrey Lilian Mary Collyer 8 dau Croydon surrey Andrew Collyer 7* son Croydon surrey Alice Bristow Collyer 4* dau Croydon surrey Willy Bristow Collyer 1 son Beddington(Croydon) Surrey Annie Abbott 29 serv*ages mixed up Andrew born 1866 and Alice 1864
1881 census Vessels, Dartford, Kent source RG11; Piece: 868; Folio: 136; Page: 7; Thames Nautical Training College, HMS Worcester (3) Andrew Collyer 14 Cadet CroydonAndrews siblings Lilly,alice and Willy are in boarding schools
1885 12th October, Andrew Collyer, Appentice, born london aged 19 SS Port Jackson, arrived Sydney from London 1887 9th June, Andrew Collyer, 2nd Mate Cert Address Beddington Place Croydon 1891 census source RG12, Piece 1034 place Bedford Park, Chiswick dwelling schedule 225, 60 Flanders Road Mary Collyer head s 30 Artist, picture scupture Croydon Lillian Collyer sister s 28 Living on own means Croydon Mary Breathwick serv s 42 General Servant 1892 24th May, Andrew Collyer, 1st Mate Cert Address 60 Flanders Road, Bedford Park 1894 1st June, Andrew Collyer, Masters Cert Address 60 Flanders Road, Bedford Park
In 1894 when Andrew Collyer recieved his Masters Ticket- his address was 60 Flanders road
probably with his sister Lillian as his sister Marion had married William Bertram Cox in 1893, Brentford and lived at 17 Flanders Road in 1901
Lillian had moved a few streets away by 1901 census to a flat in Bedford Park Mansions.
In 1900 Andrew Collyer married Janet Home near Dorking Surrey.
1901 census source RG13 piece 677 folio 76 page 15 Place Richmond north, Kingston Surrey dwelling schedule 87, 32 The Avenue John S. Home head M 60 Yppes Div. Clerk Seamans Register board of Trade, Westminster Rosalie Home wife M 62 Russle Square Andrew Collyer SIL M 35 Mercantile Mariner (chief Officer on P& ) ss. P alermo) Croydon Janet Collyer dau m 30 Shepherds Bush Elizbeth Holloway serv 44 Cook Elsie Kingwood serv 17 housemaid
1911 census source RG14; Piece: 3017; Schedule Number: 282 place Chobham, Chertsy, Surrey dwelling The Hawthornes, The Grove John Stuart Home head W 70 Civil servant, Clerk Seaman's Registry, Board of Trade, Westminter Janet Collyer dau m 43 m 11 yrs children 3 Shepherds Bush Rosalie murial home Collyer dau 9 Kew Gardens* Janet winifred home Collyer dau 8 Kew Gardens Nancy Lillian home Collyer dau 6 Woking surrey Edith Minett serv 30 Cook Edith Dobson serv 26 Parlour maid Elizabeth ann Fountain serv 33 Nurse*Rosalie birth was registered in Richmond but christened at Okewood/Dorking
1921 voters list, Parish of Horsell, South Ward, Farnham Surrey, The Hawthorns, The Grove , Andrew Collyer Janet Collyer 1922 voters list, Parish of Horsell, South Ward, Farnham Surrey, 19 Grove , Andrew home Collyer Janet Collyer
Janet winifred home Collyer married junqt1925 Chertsey to Kenneth F. Brumfit, remarried sepqt1933 Kensington to Richard D. Rolt Rosalie M.H. Collyer married sepqt1925 Steyning(Worthing) to William O. G. Frank live 1939-61 at 30 mount herman rd Farnham, woking Nancy L M H Collyer married decqt1931 Sheppey to Ernest Bracewell Kelly
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