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Margaret Campbell b.27 Aug 1852 Nelson St, Auckland
Eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell and Sarah Cameron

REGISTRATION DISTRICT Auckland, Parnell
Folio
number
When
born
Name Sex Name of
father
Rank or
Profession
Name of
Mother
Informant When
Registered
1272 27th August 1852 Margaret Campbell female Duncan
Campbell
Master
Mariner
Sarah
Campbell
formerly
Cameron
Dun. Campbell
father
Nelson St.
Auckland
13 sept
1852

Bruce Herald, Tuesday 14th March 1871
Married at the Wesleyan Chapel, Lawrence by the Rev. W. KEALL, assisted by the Rev J. Smoult SMALLEY,
John GLASS of Roxburgh,to Maggie, eldest daughter of
Mr Duncan CAMPBELL, Lawrence.



Marriage in the District of Gabriels
No. When Married
and Where
Name Age Rank or
Profession
Condition Officiating Minister,
Date Registered
11 March 14th
1871
John
Glass
Full Baker Batchelor William Keall
Weslyan Church
Lawrence
Margaret
Campbell
Minor Housekeeper Spinster March 14th
1871
Married after the delivery of the Certificate reqired by the Act of the
General Assembly of New Zealand, instituted "The Marriage Act, 1854"
In the Presence of
A.Burns, Printer , Lawrence
Duncan Campbell, Agent, Lawrence


Birth and Death details of first children show John and Margaret living at Millers Flat some 10 miles south of Roxburgh and Moa Flat on the other side of the river Today this is a small farming area population only about 100 but at that time another Gold mining community Did John follow the Otago Gold rush to become a miner he is a baker at the time of his marriage in 1871 certainly at the time of Alfred's birth in 1877 he was a miner but by 1878 he had returned to his trade as a Baker


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