James Payne

(Male), b. 11 September 1908, d. 24 October 1990
Relationship
Father of James Robert Payne
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JIM'S PEDIGREE
James PAYNE
     James Payne was born on 11 September 1908 at 28 Patten Street in Birkenhead, CHS, ENG. (Birkenhead Registration District 1908 Dec Qtr 8a 421).

     James Payne lived in Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, after 1908. He was the son of James Payne and Margaret Copeland.

     James Payne was a student in October 1922 (He was the top of his class in this his last year at school).

     James Payne was a bakery errand boy for the first few months in October 1922 at Birkenhead, CHS, ENG.

     James Payne was a worker at the Cammell Laird Shipyard in 1923 at Birkenhead, CHS, ENG.

     On 27 May 1926 James Payne emigrated from Liverpool, England on the Pakeha arriving at Sydney, NSW, AUS, on 17 July 1926.

     James Payne was a trainee at Grafton Experimental Farm from 19 July 1926 to 8 October 1926 at Grafton, NSW, AUS, (He was taught how to milk cows. His character and progress was stated as satisfactory).

     James Payne was then a farm worker for Mr Skastii/Skastic after 8 October 1926 at Springgrove, NSW, AUS, (Springgrove is an area about ten miles out from Casino. which is near Brisbane.).

     James Payne was a farm worker in January 1927 at AUS (After he was released from hospital he met another English lad who was working on a farm that was being sold up because of the drought. Then the rain had come and they found that with the new grass they needed another milker, but apart from the milking there was very little to do.).

     On the eventual sale of the farm, they were paid off and, therefore, together with his English friend James Payne moved from Queensland on the Express train arriving at Sydney, NSW, AUS, about 8 August 1927. (They each had £10 in their pocket).

     James Payne lived at People's Palace, in Sydney, NSW, AUS, on 10 August 1927 They arrived on a Wednesday and on the Friday they went to see the sights. In Martin Place, the shipping and business area, they saw a notice advising that the S S ULIMAROA would leave the next day at noon for Wellington, New Zealand.

     James Payne moved from Sydney on the Ulimaroa arriving at Wellington, WTN, NZ, on 12 August 1927. (It cost him £6/10/- to travel steerage. He slept on the deck - most of his fellow passengers were seasick Chinese.).

     James Payne lived at Salvation Army's Hostel, in Wellington, WTN, NZ, about 15 August 1927 It only cost him £2/10/- a week but eventually his money ran out and he went to the Labour Exchange. There were no jobs available. He walked out but was called back and asked, "Can you milk cows? Can you fence? An inquiry has just come in." He was advised to go out to Mr Charlie Thomas' farm at Mirimar. It would only cost him sixpence for the six sections and the tram would pass the farm. He replied that he would walk as he had no money but the man lent him sixpence.

     James Payne was a farm worker Charlie Thomas' farm in September 1927 at Miramar, Wellington, WTN, NZ, (When he arrived at the farm and knocked on the door, Mrs Thomas opened the door. She told him later that she knew he was English before he spoke because of his complexion. He got the job and the next day being Sunday they took him for a trip around the Bays.

Sometimes he had to drive the cattle from Mr Thomas' farm at Miramar, along Oriental Bay, along the Waterfront, Lambton Quay, past the present ferry terminal to Mr Thomas' other farm at Makara. He would ride a horse and imagined that he was a cowboy. One day while passing the Burnham wharf the steam navvy's whistle blew, the horse reared and he was tossed off much to the amusement of the lunchtime crowd.).

     James Payne was next a farm worker in October 1927 at Pinnacles, WRP, NZ, (He had shifted because he had decided to see the country and went to the Wairarapa and obtained a job on a farm near the "Pinnacles" where he spent 8 months or more.).

     James Payne lived at the Salvation Army Hostel, in Wellington, WTN, NZ, in July 1928 As he had been paid before he left the Pinnacles, he decided to have a holiday before starting working again.

     James Payne was again working for Charlie Thomas in July 1928 at Miramar, Wellington, WTN, NZ, (One day, while he was standing outside the Salvation Army hostel, a young woman came by who recognized him and asked him what he was doing. She was the fiancee of Percy Thomas, the son of the owner of the first farm that he had worked on in New Zealand. She told him that Mr Thomas had trouble keeping workers since he had left. The next morning while Jim was asleep someone came into his room and shook him awake. It was Percy Thomas with a message. "Dad wants you to come back." He was offered a higher wage - £3/10/- a week plus his keep. He stayed at the Thomas' farm until 1928. Mr Thomas kicked his wife out and installed a young woman who began to order him about. Jim found he could not put up with this, particularly as Mrs Thomas had been good to him and he left this job at the Christmas of 1928.).

     James Payne was working on a threshing mill in January 1929 at OTG, NZ, (He met up with Hector Baxter and they worked together for some time on various jobs).

     James Payne was next a farm worker for Mr Patrick about May 1929 at OTG, NZ, (He was driving a team of Clysdale horses, one of whom was Baron Bold. One of the ploughmen, Bert, went to Waimate to bring home his wife and new baby and he was given £2/-/- by Archie Stewart for two bottles of whisky. Bert and Archie set up a bottle of whisky at each end of the furrows and after finishing the ploughing (and the bottles) Bert failed to close the gates. The stallions attacked the geldings and Jim went in and separated the fighting horses. When Mr Patrick came home he was fired without any inquiries being made into the circumstances. Bert was not sacked because his wife had the new baby.).

     James Payne was then a farm worker on various farms about July 1929 at Mataura, SLD, NZ.

     James Payne was also known as Jimmy Payne.

     

     James Payne lived in Dellow's Bluff, Murchison, NLN, NZ, about August 1929.

     James Payne was a labourer, Public Work's Department about August 1929 at Murchison, NLN, NZ, (Jim worked on the bridle track used by the Governor General, Sir Charles Fergusson, and Lady Alice Fergusson when they visited the area after the earthquake, making cages for the Maruia River and repairing bridges. No farmers were allowed back to their farms and the PWD workers were working on their own. Nothing was taken from any of the houses, although the PWD workers were allowed to slaughter the farm pigs and eat them. When they needed to build a bridge over the Newton River Jim was taken off the road works. The foreman said, "He's the only one who knows how to handle a shovel.").

     James Payne was a bridge builder in 1932 at Tutaki, NLN, NZ, (Together with Dick Ridell, rebuilt the bridge over the Tiraumen which had been washed away in 1926 using timber from the old Matiri Bridge which had been wrecked in the Murchison Earthquake).

     

     James Payne lived in Murchison, NLN, NZ, before 31 August 1932.

     James Payne was a PWD Labourer on 31 August 1932 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     He married Minnie Clare Gibson, daughter of Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson and Eliza Payton, on 31 August 1932 Methodist service at residence of E G Gibson at Maruia South, NLN, NZ. (Jim had been told that permanent jobs were now available for married men so that perhaps sped up their marriage..).

     James Payne was a PWD labourer in May 1934 at Hope Saddle, NLN, NZ.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne lived at the Murchison side at the bottom of the Hope Saddle, in NLN, NZ, in May 1934 They along with six other PWD families, some of whom had up to three children, were living in tents there.

     James Payne was a labourer on 18 December 1934 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     In 1935 James Payne's address was Hope Saddle, NLN, NZ with his occupation being labourer.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne lived at PWD camp, in Sandy Creek, nr Glenhope, NLN, NZ, in 1936.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at at the PWD camp, in Sandy Creek, nr Glenhope, NLN, NZ, about 2 May 1936 Betty Margaret Payne was brought back on Newmans Bus by Minnie Clare Payne from the Nelson Public Hospital when she was a fortnight old.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at a small farmlet with cows, sheep, pigs and ducks. James Payne had leased the land from the Crown, in Grassie, nr Owen Junction, NLN, NZ, about 1937.

     James Payne was a permanent surfaceman between the Owen and the Gowan for the PWD on 5 November 1938 at Grassie, nr Owen Junction, NLN, NZ, (He was also picked up occasionally for other PWD jobs.).

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at "Seaview", in Port Nelson, NLN, NZ, in August 1943 The family shifted to Nelson partly because of petrol rationing and partly because Minnie was determined that her children should attend the colleges in Nelson. As Jim had his PWD shotfirer's ticket he found it easy to get a transfer to Nelson. The family first stayed at "Seaview" a boarding house at the port where the Coglan family from Murchison were also living.

     James Payne was a PWD labourer/shot firer in August 1943 at Nelson, NLN, NZ, (One of Jim's first jobs was to blow up two tank traps on the Takaka Hill, Bird's Hill between Takaka and Collingwood, at Mapua, on the Whangamoa Hill, Spooner's Hill and at Bishopdale).

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at 27 Van Diemen Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, about October 1943 Money was very tight and on occasions Minnie had to decide whether to come home on the bus from town or to use this money (4d) to buy a loaf of bread. They had boarders, and Jim worked at the weekends to pay off the house. Even so during this time the family had picnics up the Maitai River and down at Tahuna Beach.

     James Payne was a PWD labourer/shot firer in 1944 (He shifted a light at French Pass. The sea had undermined the cliff on which the light stood. He also worked on the highways with the only tar sealing plant in the Nelson District. In 1946 the Tar Sprayer got cancer and the PWD wanted Jim to take over the Tar Sprayer's position. At this time he was working for Dr Emmanuel at the weekends and he advised Jim to leave the job because of the danger.).

     James Payne was a cleaner at Buxtons Ltd for about 7 years in 1946 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, about November 1949.

     James Payne was a cleaner with Tony Milson for a short time until he got a permanent position as a cleaner at the hospital about 1953 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     James Payne was a cleaner/porter, Nelson Public Hospital about 1954 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, in 1960.

     James Payne was the Head Porter at Nelson Hospital on 18 August 1962 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Payne went to Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, on a three months visit in 1969 to see his English family.

     James Payne retired from the Nelson Hospital at Nelson, NLN, NZ, in 1972. (Head Porter.).

     

     James Payne and Minnie Clare Gibson lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, before 5 September 1983.

     James Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 5 September 1983.

     James Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, before October 1990.

     James Payne died on 24 October 1990 at age 82 Nelson Public Hospital at Nelson, NLN, NZ, . (After loosing weight for some short time cancer was finally diagonized and Jim died approximately four weeks later. The surgeon, Mr Emmanuel, who told him that he had cancer was the son of Dr Emmanuel who had advised him to leave the PWD because of the danger of cancer.).
     His funeral ceremony was held on 26 October 1990 Anglican service at Marsden House at Nelson, NLN, NZ.
     James Payne was cremated on 26 October 1990 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.
     His body was interred in Marsden Valley Cemetery 409 at Marsden Valley, Stoke, NLN, NZ, on 26 October 1990.

Children of James Payne and Minnie Clare Gibson

Minnie Clare Gibson

(Female), b. 13 September 1909, d. 5 September 1983
Relationship
Mother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Minnie Clare GIBSON
     Minnie was born on 13 September 1909 in Tua Marina, MBH, NZ. She was the daughter of Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson and Eliza Payton. Minnie Clare Gibson, whose last school had been Maruia School, was enrolled on 20 June 1921 at Six Mile School by Gibson M; with the admission register number 59. Minnie Clare was living Six Mile. Minnie Clare's last day at Six Mile School was 22 Nov 1921, after which she went to Mangles Valley.

     Minnie Clare Gibson was a farm worker at "Glengarry" in 1922 at Lower Maruia, NLN, NZ.

     

     Minnie Clare Gibson lived in Murchison, NLN, NZ, before 31 August 1932.

     Minnie Clare Gibson was a domestic before 31 August 1932 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     She married James Payne, son of James Payne and Margaret Copeland, on 31 August 1932 Methodist service at residence of E G Gibson at Maruia South, NLN, NZ. (Jim had been told that permanent jobs were now available for married men so that perhaps sped up their marriage..).

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne lived at the Murchison side at the bottom of the Hope Saddle, in NLN, NZ, in May 1934 (They along with six other PWD families, some of whom had up to three children, were living in tents there.).

     In 1935 Minnie Clare Payne's address was Hope Saddle, NLN, NZ with her occupation being Married.

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne lived at PWD camp, in Sandy Creek, nr Glenhope, NLN, NZ, in 1936.

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at at the PWD camp, in Sandy Creek, nr Glenhope, NLN, NZ, about 2 May 1936 (Betty Margaret Payne was brought back on Newmans Bus by Minnie Clare Payne from the Nelson Public Hospital when she was a fortnight old.).

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at a small farmlet with cows, sheep, pigs and ducks. James Payne had leased the land from the Crown, in Grassie, nr Owen Junction, NLN, NZ, about 1937.

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at "Seaview", in Port Nelson, NLN, NZ, in August 1943 (The family shifted to Nelson partly because of petrol rationing and partly because Minnie was determined that her children should attend the colleges in Nelson. As Jim had his PWD shotfirer's ticket he found it easy to get a transfer to Nelson. The family first stayed at "Seaview" a boarding house at the port where the Coglan family from Murchison were also living.).

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at 27 Van Diemen Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, about October 1943 (Money was very tight and on occasions Minnie had to decide whether to come home on the bus from town or to use this money (4d) to buy a loaf of bread. They had boarders, and Jim worked at the weekends to pay off the house. Even so during this time the family had picnics up the Maitai River and down at Tahuna Beach.).

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne and Betty Margaret Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, about November 1949.

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, in 1960.

     Minnie Clare Payne and James Payne went to Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, on a three months visit in 1969 to see his English family.

     Minnie Clare Gibson and James Payne lived at 34 Tipahi Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, before 5 September 1983.

     Minnie Clare Gibson died on 5 September 1983 at age 73 34 Tipahi Street at Nelson, NLN, NZ, .
     Her funeral ceremony was held on 7 September 1983 Anglican service at Marsden House at Nelson, NLN, NZ.
     Minnie Clare Gibson was cremated on 7 September 1983 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.
     Her body was interred in Marsden Valley Cemetery at Stoke, Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 8 September 1983 (Plot 409).

Children of Minnie Clare Gibson and James Payne

James Robert Payne

(Male), b. 5 November 1938
James Robert PAYNE
     James was born on 5 November 1938 at Nelson Public Hospital in Nelson, NLN, NZ. He is the son of James Payne and Minnie Clare Gibson.
     James Robert Payne was baptized by Rev Rev D G Spencer on 2 May 1939 in Owen Junction, NLN, NZ. (Anglican baptism.).

     James Robert Payne and Beverley Jean Harvey were engaged on 10 March 1962 at Nelson, NLN, NZ, (Beverley's 21st Birthday).

     James Robert Payne married Beverley Jean Harvey, daughter of Nelson Gordon Harvey and Lexina Mavis Galey, on 18 August 1962 at All Saints Anglican Church in Nelson, NLN, NZ. Rev H F Ault conducted the wedding ceremony, Robin H Penman was the best man Kerry Neal was the groomsman Pamela Howard and Heather Scott were the bridesmaids Yvonne Carol Parkinson was the flowergirl.

Beverley Jean Harvey

(Female), b. 10 March 1941
Beverley Jean HARVEY
     Beverley was born on 10 March 1941 at Motueka Cottage Hospital in Motueka, NLN, NZ. She is the daughter of Nelson Gordon Harvey and Lexina Mavis Galey.

     Beverley Jean Harvey was baptized on 30 September 1954 at the All Saints Church in Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     Beverley Jean Harvey and James Robert Payne were engaged on 10 March 1962 at Nelson, NLN, NZ, (Beverley's 21st Birthday).

     Beverley Jean Harvey married James Robert Payne, son of James Payne and Minnie Clare Gibson, on 18 August 1962 at All Saints Anglican Church in Nelson, NLN, NZ. Rev H F Ault conducted the wedding ceremony, Robin H Penman was the best man Kerry Neal was the groomsman Pamela Howard and Heather Scott were the bridesmaids Yvonne Carol Parkinson was the flowergirl.

Nelson Gordon Harvey

(Male), b. 21 February 1906, d. 20 October 1964
Relationship
Father of Beverley Jean Harvey
Charts
BEV'S PEDIGREE
Nelson Gordon HARVEY
     Nelson was born on 21 February 1906 in Lower Moutere, NLN, NZ. He was the son of John Harvey and Rachel Martha Hart.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was a student at Harekeke Schooi at Harakeke, NLN, NZ, from 1911 to 1918 (He passed the Proficiency Examination in Standard Six).

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was farm worker from 1919.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was a farm worker in the Wairarapa and at Sanson, WAN, NZ, (Nelson had many relations in these areas).

     Nelson Gordon Harvey married Lexina Mavis Galey, daughter of William Saxon Galey and Oce Edith Alice Gibbs, on 6 July 1927 at Anglican Chapel of the Holy Evangelists in Nelson, NLN, NZ. Rev John R Dart conducted the wedding ceremony, John Keith Harvey was the best man Rubina Pearl Brown was a bridesmaid.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was the first permanent fireman in the Nelson Fire Brigade in 1935 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was a fireman in the Nelson Fire Brigade before 29 December 1937 at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey lived in Takaka, NLN, NZ, on 23 August 1938.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey was a motor driver/truck driver, Transport Nelson Limited on 10 March 1941 at NZ.

     Nelson Gordon Harvey died on 20 October 1964 at age 58 Nelson Public Hospital at Nelson, NLN, NZ, . (Heart failure).
     His body was interred in Marsden Valley Lawn Cemetery at Stoke, Nelson, NLN, NZ, after 20 October 1964 (Block 4A General Plot 101).

Children of Nelson Gordon Harvey and Lexina Mavis Galey

  • Ngaire Mavis Harvey b. 16 Jan 1930, d. 25 Nov 1991
  • Rex Gordon Harvey b. 18 Mar 1932, d. 28 May 1982
  • Beverley Jean Harvey+ b. 10 Mar 1941

Lexina Mavis Galey

(Female), b. 31 October 1908, d. 21 February 1986
Relationship
Mother of Beverley Jean Harvey
Charts
BEV'S PEDIGREE
Lexina Mavis GALEY
     Lexina was born on 31 October 1908 in East Takaka, NLN, NZ.

     As of 31 October 1908, Lexina Mavis Galey was also known as Lexina Mavons Galey (Birth Records give this spelling). She was the daughter of William Saxon Galey and Oce Edith Alice Gibbs.

     Lexina Mavis Galey was baptized on 29 April 1909 at the Anglican Church in Takaka, NLN, NZ.

     Lexina Mavis Galey was a student at Upper Takaka School at Upper Takaka, NLN, NZ, from 16 January 1914 to 13 February 1923 (Final attendance date 13 February 1923. Destination Hampden Street School, Nelson.).

     Lexina Mavis Galey was also known as Lexina Mavis Galey (School records for Upper Takaka School 1914-1923 give this name).

     Lexina Mavis Galey was a student at Hampden Street School at Nelson, NLN, NZ, in 1923.

     Lexina Mavis Galey was was a Miliner in a little hat shop about half way along Trafalgar Street at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     Lexina Mavis Galey married first Nelson Gordon Harvey, son of John Harvey and Rachel Martha Hart, on 6 July 1927 at Anglican Chapel of the Holy Evangelists in Nelson, NLN, NZ. Rev John R Dart conducted the wedding ceremony, John Keith Harvey was the best man Rubina Pearl Brown was a bridesmaid.

     Lexina Mavis Galey married second Ashley Claude Schwass, son of Frank August Schwass and Elsie Martha Schroder, on 14 January 1967 at All Saints Anglican Church in Nelson, NLN, NZ.

     Lexina Mavis Galey died on 21 February 1986 at age 77 at Nelson, NLN, NZ, .
     Her body was interred in Marsden Valley Lawn Cemetery at Stoke, Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 22 February 1986.
     Her funeral ceremony was held on 22 February 1986 Marsden House,Anglican Service at Nelson, NLN, NZ.

Children of Lexina Mavis Galey and Nelson Gordon Harvey

  • Ngaire Mavis Harvey b. 16 Jan 1930, d. 25 Nov 1991
  • Rex Gordon Harvey b. 18 Mar 1932, d. 28 May 1982
  • Beverley Jean Harvey+ b. 10 Mar 1941

James Payne

(Male), b. 1 December 1877, d. 11 July 1951
Relationship
Grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
James PAYNE
     James Payne was born on 1 December 1877 at at the Quarry in Lunds, YKS, ENG. (‘Entry of Birth’ No 161 dated 20th December, 1877, Registration District of Aysgarth in the sub-district of Hawes, County of York.This could have been the quarry from which the stone for the Lunds viaduct and nearby constructions would have been obtained and also where the Railway Hut of his birth was sited.). He was the son of William Payne and Jane Carleton. In addition, James has also been reported to have been born on 1 December 1877 at Railway Huts in Mossdale Moor, YKS, ENG.

     James Payne was a student at Crosscanonby, CUL, ENG, on 3 April 1881.

     James Payne was a student at Grassholme Reservoir nr Mickleton, NRY, ENG.

     James Payne was a student at Hunderthwaite, Teesdale, DUR, ENG, on 6 April 1891.

     James Payne was a labourer in April 1895.

     James Payne lived in Hury, Hunderthwaite, DUR, ENG, in April 1895.

     

     James Payne was a crane driver on 31 March 1901 at Muggleswick, DUR, ENG.

     James Payne lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 10 September 1902.

     James Payne was a crane driver on 10 September 1902 at Muggleswick, DUR, ENG.

     James Payne married Margaret Copeland, daughter of Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Jordan McClymont, on 10 September 1902 at at the Muggleswick Parish Church in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG. (Lanchester Registration District 1902 Sep 10a 549) Robert Payne and Elizabeth Copeland witnessed the marriage.

     James Payne lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 12 April 1903.

     James Payne was a hut keeper, Hisehope on 12 April 1903 at Muggleswick, DUR, ENG.

     James Payne was a steam crane criver on 11 September 1908 at ENG (James Payne shifted to Birkenhead to help build the new docks. The Scott construction firm was also involved in the building of docks and that is how James Payne, came to move to Merseyside - John Scott offered him employment there.).

     James Payne lived at 28 Patten Street, in Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, on 23 October 1908.

     James Payne was in this photograph, with Robert Payne, William David Payne, James Payne and Benjamin Payne.

     James Payne was a worker at the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board in 1924.

     James Payne lived at 28 Pattern Street, in Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, in 1926.

     James Payne died on 11 July 1951 at age 73 37 Patricia Avenue at Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, . Benjamin Payne was the official informant for the death (‘Entry of Death’ No 460 dated 11th July 1951, Registration District of Birkenhead in the sub-district of Birkenhead North, in the County Borough of Birkenhead. 1a Congestive Heart failure b Heart block c Recent influenza and pneumonia.).

Children of James Payne and Margaret Copeland

  • Robert Payne b. Mar 1903, d. Jun 1926
  • William David Payne b. 1904, d. 1975
  • James Payne+ b. 11 Sep 1908, d. 24 Oct 1990
  • Benjamin Payne b. 26 Aug 1910, d. 28 Sep 2012
  • Winifred Payne b. 15 Mar 1915, d. 22 Jan 2008

Margaret Copeland

(Female), b. 14 August 1880, d. 17 September 1954
Relationship
Grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Margaret COPELAND
     Margaret was born on 14 August 1880 in Hillmorton, Crick, WAR, ENG. (Rugby Registration District, Warwickshire 1880 December 6d 522). She was the daughter of Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Jordan McClymont.

     Margaret Copeland was a student on 5 April 1891.

     Margaret Copeland was a cotton weaver on 31 March 1901.

     As of 31 March 1901, Margaret Copeland was also known as Maggie Copeland.

     Margaret Copeland married James Payne, son of William Payne and Jane Carleton, on 10 September 1902 at at the Muggleswick Parish Church in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG. (Lanchester Registration District 1902 Sep 10a 549) Robert Payne and Elizabeth Copeland witnessed the marriage.

     Margaret Copeland lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 10 September 1902.

     Margaret Copeland lived at 28 Patten Street, in Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, on 23 October 1908.

     Margaret Payne and Catherine Callaghan were in this photograph.

     Margaret Copeland died on 17 September 1954 at age 74 37 Patricia Avenue at Birkenhead, CHS, ENG, . William David Payne was the official informant for the death (Entry of Death No 259 dated 18th September 1954, Registration District of Birkenhead, for a death in the Sub-district of Birkenhead North in the County Borough of Birkenhead. Heart Failure due to Bronchopneumonia).

Children of Margaret Copeland and James Payne

  • Robert Payne b. Mar 1903, d. Jun 1926
  • William David Payne b. 1904, d. 1975
  • James Payne+ b. 11 Sep 1908, d. 24 Oct 1990
  • Benjamin Payne b. 26 Aug 1910, d. 28 Sep 2012
  • Winifred Payne b. 15 Mar 1915, d. 22 Jan 2008

William Payne

(Male), b. 10 May 1850, d. 10 January 1913
Relationship
Great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
William PAYNE
     William Payne was born on 10 May 1850 in Great Addington, NTH, ENG. (‘Entry of Birth’ No 44 dated 12 June 1850, Registration District of Oundle and Thrapston in Sub-district of Thrapston in the County of Northampton.). He was the son of James Payne and Harriet Beeby.
     William Payne was baptized on 3 November 1850 at All Saints Anglican Church in Great Addington, NTH, ENG.

     William Payne was an Ag Lab on 7 April 1861.

     William Payne lived at at #8 Birket Hut built upon Settle/Carlisle Railway., in Mallerstang, WES, ENG, on 2 April 1871 He boarded with a hutkeeper, his wife and 9 other railway labourers.

     William Payne was a railway labourer on 2 April 1871 at Mallerstang, WES, ENG.

     William Payne married first Jane Carleton, daughter of Christopher Carlton and Jane Allon, on 5 December 1874 at the Register Office in Appleton, WES, ENG. (‘Entry of Marriage’ No 15 dated 5th December 1874, Registration District of East Ward., County of Westmorland..).

     William Payne was a railway labourer on 1 December 1877 at Mossdale Moor, YKS, ENG.

     William Payne was a labourer on 3 April 1881 at Crosscanonby, CUL, ENG.

     William Payne and Jane (Carleton) Payne and William Payne, Mary Payne, Harriet Payne, James Payne and Sarah Jane Payne lived at 1 Bank Lane, in Crosscanonby, CUL, ENG, on 3 April 1881 In addition to the family there were 9 labourers from Ireland who were working on the dock.

     William Payne and James Payne, David Payne and Harriet Payne lived in Hunderthwaite, Teesdale, DUR, ENG, on 5 April 1891 Widower with three children.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper on 6 April 1891 at Hunderthwaite, Teesdale, DUR, ENG, ("I had long known that grandfather was a "hutkeeper" on the building of two large reservoirs in this areas late in the last century, and I knew that a "hutkeeper" provided living accommodation for the itinerant labour force on major construction sites. ...hutkeeper on the construction of the Hury and Blackton reservoirs in Baldersdale").

     William Payne was a hutkeeper at Waterworks on 28 September 1891 at Grassholme Reservoir nr Mickleton, NRY, ENG.

     William Payne lived in Hury, Baldeisdale, DUR, ENG, on 28 September 1891.

     William Payne married second Catherine Callaghan, daughter of Owen Callaghan and Sarah MacElvernon, on 28 September 1891 at S Ronald's Anglican Church in Romaldkirk, YKS, ENG. (‘Entry of Marriage’ No 441 dated 28th September, Registration District of Teesdale.) Harriet Payne, Thos. Dickson and Sarah Petty witnessed the marriage.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper in April 1895.

     William Payne was a General Dealer on 5 January 1899.

     William Payne was a general dealer, Hisehope Reservoir on 5 January 1899 at Muggleswick, YKS, ENG.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper, Hisehope on 19 March 1899 at Muggleswick, DUR, ENG.

     William Payne lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 19 March 1899.

     William Payne was a hut keeper, Hisehope on 31 March 1901 at Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, (20 boarders in addition to family, one of whom was Henry Callagain(sic) brother to Catherine Payne).

     William Payne and Kate Payne and Sarah Payne, John Henry Payne, James Payne, Joseph Payne, William Payne and Henry Calligan lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 31 March 1901.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper on 18 October 1901 at Grassholme Reservoir nr Mickleton, NRY, ENG.

     William Payne was a hut keeper on 10 September 1902 at Grassholme Reservoir nr Mickleton, NRY, ENG.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper on 30 January 1904.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper on 13 April 1907.

     William Payne was a hutkeeper on 18 February 1909.

     William Payne was still a hutkeeper on 6 January 1912.

     William Payne was an Estate Agent before 1913.

     William Payne died on 10 January 1913 at age 62 at the Railway Hotel at Consett, DUR, ENG, . (Diabetes; Gangrene Foot).
     His body was interred in Laithkirk Churchyard at Laithkirk, DUR, ENG, after 10 January 1913. His will was probated on 11 March 1913 at York, YKS, ENG, and James Harvey and Fred Carter were the executors (His effects were valued at £1913 11s 5d.).

Children of William Payne and Jane Carleton

  • Harriet Payne b. 8 Sep 1875, d. 9 Aug 1940
  • James Payne+ b. 1 Dec 1877, d. 11 Jul 1951
  • Sarah Jane Payne b. 25 Aug 1879, d. 16 Feb 1953
  • Robert Payne b. 11 May 1882, d. 11 Dec 1958
  • David Payne b. 3 Mar 1884, d. 2 Sep 1966
  • John Payne b. 27 Jan 1886, d. 27 Jan 1886
  • Eliza Payne b. 27 Jan 1886, d. 28 Jan 1886

Children of William Payne and Catherine Callaghan

  • Sarah Payne b. 10 Sep 1892, d. 20 Apr 1984
  • William Payne b. 1 Jul 1894, d. 21 Sep 1926
  • John Henry Payne b. 20 Oct 1896, d. Mar 1980
  • Joseph Payne b. 5 Jan 1899, d. 25 Jan 1986
  • Charles Payne b. 18 Oct 1901, d. 26 Dec 1977
  • Edward Payne b. 30 Jan 1904, d. 17 Nov 1956
  • Benjamin Payne b. 13 Apr 1907, d. 17 Dec 2007
  • Eliza Ann Payne b. 18 Feb 1909, d. 10 Mar 1944
  • George Payne b. 6 Jan 1912, d. 20 Feb 1979

Jane Carleton

(Female), b. 25 November 1847, d. 6 February 1886
Relationship
Great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     Jane Carleton was born on 25 November 1847 at Gill House in Ormside, WES, ENG. (‘Entry of Birth’ No 5 dated 18th December 1847, Registration District of East Ward in Sub-district of Appleby in the County of Westmorland.). She was the daughter of Christopher Carlton and Jane Allon.

     Jane Carleton was also known as Jane Carlton.

     Jane Carleton was baptized on 1848 in Ormside, WES, ENG.

     Jane Carleton was a House Servant on 7 April 1861.

     Jane Carleton lived at Grass Gate Lodge, in Soulby, WES, ENG, on 7 April 1861 (The household of Joseph Taylor).

     Jane Carleton lived at Bongate Hall, in Bongate, Appleby, WES, ENG, on 2 April 1871 (Residence of George R Thompson). Jane was a Cook (Domestic Servant) .

     Jane Carleton was a domestic servant before she married William Payne. She married William Payne, son of James Payne and Harriet Beeby, on 5 December 1874 at the Register Office in Appleton, WES, ENG. (‘Entry of Marriage’ No 15 dated 5th December 1874, Registration District of East Ward., County of Westmorland..).

     Jane (Carleton) Payne and William Payne and William Payne, Mary Payne, Harriet Payne, James Payne and Sarah Jane Payne lived at 1 Bank Lane, in Crosscanonby, CUL, ENG, on 3 April 1881 (In addition to the family there were 9 labourers from Ireland who were working on the dock).

     Jane Carleton died on 6 February 1886 at age 38 at Hury, Hunderthwaite, DUR, ENG, . (Parturition Plegmatiodolens 5 days, Bronchitis 2 days, 12 hours. ‘Entry of Death’ No 145 dated 8th February 1886, Registration District of Teesdale in the sub-district of Middleton, Counties of Durham and York.).
     Her body was interred at Romaldkirk, YKS, ENG, on 9 February 1886 (Entry No 2 in burial records for Parish of Romaldkirk in County of York for year of 1886.).

Children of Jane Carleton

  • William Alan Carlton b. 31 Oct 1867
  • Mary Ann Carlton b. 4 Oct 1871

Children of Jane Carleton and William Payne

  • Harriet Payne b. 8 Sep 1875, d. 9 Aug 1940
  • James Payne+ b. 1 Dec 1877, d. 11 Jul 1951
  • Sarah Jane Payne b. 25 Aug 1879, d. 16 Feb 1953
  • Robert Payne b. 11 May 1882, d. 11 Dec 1958
  • David Payne b. 3 Mar 1884, d. 2 Sep 1966
  • John Payne b. 27 Jan 1886, d. 27 Jan 1886
  • Eliza Payne b. 27 Jan 1886, d. 28 Jan 1886

Catherine Callaghan

(Female), b. 29 April 1865, d. 25 September 1937
     In addition, Catherine has also been reported to have been born about 1862 in SCT (1891 Census).

     Catherine Callaghan was baptized on 24 April 1865 at Our Lady and St Andrew Church in Galashiels, SEL, SCT. She was born on 29 April 1865 at Hut on Caddonlee Farm near Clovenfords in Parish of Stow, SCT. (Copy of an extract from a Register of Births for the district of Stow, No. 240136 dated 18th October 200). She was the daughter of Owen Callaghan and Sarah MacElvernon.

     Catherine Callaghan was a farm servant (indoor) on 3 April 1881 at Lythe, YKS, ENG.

     Catherine Callaghan was a domestic servant on 3 September 1881.

     As of 28 September 1891, Catherine Callaghan was also known as Catharine Callaghan.

     Catherine Callaghan was employed by her mother Sarah Callaghan who was also a Hut Keeper at Hury. before 28 September 1891 at Hury, Hunderthwaite, DUR, ENG.

     Catherine Callaghan married William Payne, son of James Payne and Harriet Beeby, on 28 September 1891 at S Ronald's Anglican Church in Romaldkirk, YKS, ENG. (‘Entry of Marriage’ No 441 dated 28th September, Registration District of Teesdale.) Harriet Payne, Thos. Dickson and Sarah Petty witnessed the marriage.

     Catherine Callaghan lived in Hury, Baldeisdale, DUR, ENG, on 28 September 1891.

     Catherine Callaghan lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 19 March 1899.

     Kate Payne and William Payne and Sarah Payne, John Henry Payne, James Payne, Joseph Payne, William Payne and Henry Calligan lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 31 March 1901.

     Catherine Callaghan lived at 38 Hill Terrace, in Middleton-in-Teesdale, DUR, ENG, in 1931.

     Catherine Callaghan was in this photograph in the rear yard of the house at Hill Terrace at Middleton-in-Teesdale, DUR, ENG.

     Catherine Callaghan and Margaret Payne were in this photograph.

     Catherine Callaghan was in this photograph, with Henry Calligan and Mary Copeland, which was taken about 1935 at Middleton-in-Teesdale, DUR, ENG.

     Catherine Callaghan lived in Middleton-in-Teesdale, DUR, ENG, before 25 September 1937 (Her clothing caught on fire.).

     Catherine Callaghan died on 25 September 1937 at age 72 Memorial Hospital at Darlington, DUR, ENG, . (‘Entry of Death’ No 454 dated 29th September 1937. Registration District of Darlington for a death in the Sub-district of Darlington in the County Borough of Darlington. Recorded Catherine Payne nee Callaghan).
     Her body was interred in Laithkirk Churchyard at Laithkirk, DUR, ENG, after 25 September 1937.

Children of Catherine Callaghan and William Payne

  • Sarah Payne b. 10 Sep 1892, d. 20 Apr 1984
  • William Payne b. 1 Jul 1894, d. 21 Sep 1926
  • John Henry Payne b. 20 Oct 1896, d. Mar 1980
  • Joseph Payne b. 5 Jan 1899, d. 25 Jan 1986
  • Charles Payne b. 18 Oct 1901, d. 26 Dec 1977
  • Edward Payne b. 30 Jan 1904, d. 17 Nov 1956
  • Benjamin Payne b. 13 Apr 1907, d. 17 Dec 2007
  • Eliza Ann Payne b. 18 Feb 1909, d. 10 Mar 1944
  • George Payne b. 6 Jan 1912, d. 20 Feb 1979

James Payne

(Male), b. before 25 November 1825, d. 28 November 1888
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     James Payne was born before 25 November 1825 in Great Addington, NTH, ENG. (Changed his name to Payne. Gravestone gives his age at death as 63). He was baptized on 25 November 1825 at All Saints Anglican Church in Great Addington, NTH, ENG. (Great Addington Parish Records..). He was the son of Joseph Payne and Jane Rowe.

     As of 6 June 1841, James Payne was also known as James Paine.

     James Payne lived in Great Addington, NTH, ENG, before 21 December 1848.

     James Payne was a labourer before 21 December 1848. Marriage banns for James and Harriet Beeby were published at the All Saints Anglican Church at Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 26 November 1848, 3 December 1848 and 21 December 1848 and so, therefore, James Payne married Harriet Beeby, daughter of William Beeby and Sarah Robinson, on 21 December 1848 at All Saints Church in Great Addington, NTH, ENG. (‘Entry of Marriage’ No 31 dated 21st December 1848, Registration District of Oundle and Thrapston. Marriage solemnized in All Saints' Church, Great Addington, in the County of Northampton. Recorded as James Payne) John Harris and Charles Wilson witnessed the marriage.

     James Payne was a labourer.

     James Payne was a farm labourer on 30 March 1851 at Great Addington, NTH, ENG.

     James Payne and Harriet Beeby and William Payne lived in Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     James Payne was an agricultural labourer on 7 April 1861 at Great Addington, NTH, ENG.

     James Payne and Harriett Payne and William Payne, Joseph Payne, Ann Payne, Robert Payne, James Payne and John Payne lived in Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 7 April 1861.

     James Payne was an Ag Lab on 2 April 1871.

     James Payne and Harriot Payne and Eliza Payne, James Payne, John Payne, David Payne, Benjamin Payne and Sarah Jane Payne lived at Cottages, in Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 2 April 1871.

     James Payne was a road man (Lab) on 3 April 1881 at Great Addington, NTH, ENG.

     James Payne and Harreiot Payne and James Payne, John Payne, David Payne, Sarah Jane Payne and Benjamin Payne lived in Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 3 April 1881.

     James Payne was a labourer on 24 December 1885.

     James Payne died on 28 November 1888 at Great Addington, NTH, ENG, . (‘Entry of Death’ No 306 dated 29th November 1888, Registration District of Thrapston, County of Northampton.
Acute Diarrhoea and Cramp Collapse).
     His body was interred in All Saints churchyard at Great Addington, NTH, ENG, on 1 December 1888 (Recorded as James Payne).

Children of James Payne and Harriet Beeby

  • William Payne+ b. 10 May 1850, d. 10 Jan 1913
  • Joseph Payne b. a 1852, d. 28 Jan 1862
  • Ann Payne b. a 1854, d. 1904
  • Robert Payne b. 1 Mar 1856, d. 17 Feb 1934
  • James Payne b. a 1859
  • John Payne b. Aug 1860, d. 16 Oct 1907
  • David Payne b. a 1863, d. 10 Dec 1943
  • Sarah Jane Payne b. 30 Dec 1865, d. 19 Nov 1943
  • Eliza Payne b. a 1867
  • Benjamin Payne b. a Oct 1870, d. 28 Feb 1931

Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson

(Male), b. 17 October 1874, d. 28 July 1943
Relationship
Grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Ebenezer Gurchen GIBSON
     Ebenezer was born on 17 October 1874 in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ. He was the son of George Gibson and Sarah Packman.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson married first Eliza Payton, daughter of Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Anne Martin, on 13 March 1895 at private residence of E G Gibson in Blenheim, MBH, NZ. (Family Tradition says that Eliza Payton had been jilted before she married Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson.) Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Agnes Lawson witnessed the marriage.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a Brickmaker in June 1899 at Tua Marina, MBH, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a Brickmaker in 1902 at Koromiko, MBH, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a brickmaker in September 1907 at Tua Marina, MBH, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a brickmaker in 1912 at Tua Marina, MBH, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson and Eliza Gibson and Horace Hugh Wattie Gibson, Florence Isabel Gibson, Herbert Gordon George Gibson, Cassamira Anne Gibson, Henry Thomas James Gibson, Richard John Gibson, Arthur William Gibson, Minnie Clare Gibson and Len Martin Gibson lived at "Glengarry", in Lower Maruia, NLN, NZ, in 1913 Ebenezer Gurchen bought land in the Maruia Valley near Murchison and carved a farm - Glengarry - out of the virgin bush.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1918 at Paenga, Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1920 at Paenga, Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer on 31 August 1932.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson married second Sophia Mary Dora Boldt in 1934 in Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1936 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1938 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1939 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer in 1943 at Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson lived in Six Mile, Murchison, NLN, NZ, before 28 July 1943.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson was a farmer before 28 July 1943 at Six Mile, Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson died on 28 July 1943 at age 68 Public Hospital at Nelson, NLN, NZ, . (Gastric Haemorrhage).
     His body was interred at Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 30 July 1943.

Children of Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson and Eliza Payton

  • Horace Hugh Wattie Gibson b. 11 Apr 1896, d. 6 Feb 1917
  • Florence Isabel Gibson b. 12 Oct 1897, d. 6 Mar 1976
  • Herbert Gordon George Gibson b. 19 Mar 1899, d. 19 Feb 1963
  • Cassamira Anne Gibson b. 20 Apr 1900, d. 21 Aug 1984
  • Henry Thomas James Gibson b. 7 Jul 1901, d. 4 Sep 1923
  • Daisy May Gibson b. 5 Mar 1903, d. 5 Nov 1903
  • Richard John Gibson b. 5 Jun 1904, d. 28 Nov 1992
  • Arthur William Gibson b. 7 Jul 1905, d. 26 Jun 1970
  • Albert Ernest Gibson b. 10 Jan 1907, d. 27 Jun 1908
  • Minnie Clare Gibson+ b. 13 Sep 1909, d. 5 Sep 1983
  • Len Martin Gibson b. 13 May 1913, d. 17 Jun 1929

Eliza Payton

(Female), b. 31 March 1868, d. 17 June 1929
Relationship
Grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Eliza PAYTON
     Eliza was born on 31 March 1868 in Yardley, WOR, ENG. She was the daughter of Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Anne Martin. In addition, Eliza has also been reported to have been born in Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     Eliza Payton was a student at Matarawa School at Matarawa, WAN, NZ, from September 1874 to 1881 (This school was situated 9km east of Wanganui on the #2 Line to Fordell and 5km west of Fordell).

     Eliza Payton was a student at Patea School at Patea, WAN, NZ, in June 1881.

     Eliza Payton married Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson, son of George Gibson and Sarah Packman, on 13 March 1895 at private residence of E G Gibson in Blenheim, MBH, NZ. (Family Tradition says that Eliza Payton had been jilted before she married Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson.) Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Agnes Lawson witnessed the marriage.

     Eliza Gibson and Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson and Horace Hugh Wattie Gibson, Florence Isabel Gibson, Herbert Gordon George Gibson, Cassamira Anne Gibson, Henry Thomas James Gibson, Richard John Gibson, Arthur William Gibson, Minnie Clare Gibson and Len Martin Gibson lived at "Glengarry", in Lower Maruia, NLN, NZ, in 1913 (Ebenezer Gurchen bought land in the Maruia Valley near Murchison and carved a farm - Glengarry - out of the virgin bush.).

     Eliza Gibson died on 17 June 1929 at age 61 Ariki at Lower Maruia, NLN, NZ, .

Children of Eliza Payton and Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson

  • Horace Hugh Wattie Gibson b. 11 Apr 1896, d. 6 Feb 1917
  • Florence Isabel Gibson b. 12 Oct 1897, d. 6 Mar 1976
  • Herbert Gordon George Gibson b. 19 Mar 1899, d. 19 Feb 1963
  • Cassamira Anne Gibson b. 20 Apr 1900, d. 21 Aug 1984
  • Henry Thomas James Gibson b. 7 Jul 1901, d. 4 Sep 1923
  • Daisy May Gibson b. 5 Mar 1903, d. 5 Nov 1903
  • Richard John Gibson b. 5 Jun 1904, d. 28 Nov 1992
  • Arthur William Gibson b. 7 Jul 1905, d. 26 Jun 1970
  • Albert Ernest Gibson b. 10 Jan 1907, d. 27 Jun 1908
  • Minnie Clare Gibson+ b. 13 Sep 1909, d. 5 Sep 1983
  • Len Martin Gibson b. 13 May 1913, d. 17 Jun 1929

Sophia Mary Dora Boldt

(Female), b. 9 January 1875, d. 19 February 1957
Sophia Mary Dora BOLDT
     Sophia was born on 9 January 1875.

     Sophia Mary Dora Boldt married first James Henry Davey on 13 September 1893 in Riwaka, NLN, NZ.

     Sophia Mary Dora Boldt married second Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson, son of George Gibson and Sarah Packman, in 1934 in Murchison, NLN, NZ.

     Sophia Mary Dora Boldt died on 19 February 1957 at age 82 .
     Her body was interred in Nelson Cemetery at Wakapuaka, Nelson, NLN, NZ, after 19 February 1957 (She was buried under the name GIBSON and some of her relatives from her first marriage could not find her grave until they were told about the second marriage).

James Copland

(Male), b. about 1806, d. 17 November 1883
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE

RESEARCH NOTE

     Whereas the death certificate for James says that he died on the 17th of November, the burial register for the Old Luce kirkyard gives his date of death as the 15th November and the date of burial as the 17th of November.
     James Copland was born about 1806 in KEN, ENG. He was the son of Thomas Copland and Catherine (?); and about 1813 at ENG (1881 census He is given as 30 in the 1841 census which according to the enumerator's instructions would give his DOB as from 1807 to 1811). In addition, James has also been reported to have been born about 1808 in Hythe, KEN, ENG.

     James Copland was a labourer on various farms at The Machars, WIG, SCT.

     James Copland moved from Wigstownshire, Scotland arriving at Killinchy, DOW, IRL. (After the death of his first wife, Catherine, Thomas sent his son back to Killinchy in Ireland, where he was brought up by relatives).

     James Copland married Martha Jane McClymont, daughter of James McClymont and Mary Davidson, before 1833 at or near in Killinchy, DOW, IRL.

     James Copland and Martha Jane Copland and Mary Copland moved from Ireland arriving at Old Luce, WIG, SCT, before June 1835.

     James Copland was still working as a labourer on various farms at The Machars, WIG, SCT.

     James Copland and Martha Jane Copland and James Copland, Margt Copland, Mary Copland, Joseph Colquhoon, Margt Colquhoon, Joseph Colquhoon and Mary Colquhoon lived at the farm of Machermore, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, on 6 June 1841 The Copland and the Colquhoon families probably had known each other when James was in Ireland in the mid 1830s and the two families could have been related. James Copland was an agricultural labourer on the farm of Machermore.

     Jame Coupland and Martha Coupland and Agness Coupland, Elizabeth Coupland, Joseph Coupland, Margaret Coupland and William Coupland lived at Broompark, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, on 30 March 1851. James Copland was also known as James Coupland. James Coupland was an Ag Lab.

     James Copland was a farm labourer in 1853.

     James Copeland and Martha Jane McClymont and Agnes Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland, John Copeland and Thomas Copeland lived at Crows Farm, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, on 7 April 1861.

     James Copland and Martha Jane Copland lived at possibly Whitefiel farm, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, in June 1868.

     James Copland and Martha Coupland and Allan Coupland, Margaret Coupland, Mary Coupland and James Donnan lived at Glenhead Worker H, in Glen Luce, WIG, SCT, on 2 April 1871. James Copland was also known as Jame Coupland. Jame Coupland was an Ag Lab.

     James Copland was from 1872 to 1883 at South Milton, WIG, SCT.

     James Copland was a farm labourer on 25 March 1880. James Copland was also known as James Copeland.

     James Copeland and Mary Copeland and Agnes Copeland, Allan Copeland, James McHarrie Copeland, Jessie Copeland, Maggie Copeland, Mary Copeland and Thomas Copeland lived at So Milton Cot Ho, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, on 3 April 1881.

     James Copland was a labourer before 17 November 1883 at South Milton, WIG, SCT.

     James Copland died on 17 November 1883 South Milton at Old Luce, WIG, SCT, . William Copeland was the official informant for the death (6.00am, gangrene of legs, 7 days).
     His body was interred in the kirkyard at Glen Luce, WIG, SCT, after 17 November 1883 (plot 149).

Children of James Copland and Martha Jane McClymont

  • Mary Copland b. a 1834, d. 8 Feb 1915
  • James Copland b. 7 Jun 1835, d. 12 Jan 1896
  • Thomas Copland b. 15 Oct 1837, d. b 1853
  • Margaret Copland b. 25 Apr 1840, d. 27 Feb 1923
  • William Copeland b. 20 May 1842, d. 5 Jan 1925
  • Joseph Copeland+ b. 6 Jan 1845, d. 20 Jul 1916
  • Elizabeth Copland b. 20 Jul 1847, d. 17 Nov 1901
  • Agnes McHarrie Copland b. 8 Apr 1850, d. 23 Mar 1888
  • Thomas Copland b. 3 Aug 1853, d. 26 Jan 1934

Joseph Copeland

(Male), b. 6 January 1845, d. 20 July 1916
Relationship
Great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE

RESEARCH NOTE

     Further research is required to see if the description about the place where Joseph and Elizabeth Copeland were living in December 1887 agrees with the description of the place where James Copeland was born as it probably was the same physical place.
     Joseph Copeland was born on 6 January 1845 at the Auchenmalg Farm, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT. In addition, Joseph has also been reported to have been born about 1849 in Glen Luce, WIG, SCT. He was the son of James Copland and Martha Jane McClymont.
     Joseph Copeland was baptized by Rev John McDowall on 24 January 1845 at Old Luce Parish in WIG, SCT. Joseph Copeland was also known as Joseph Coupland. Joseph Copeland was "At Home".

     Joseph Copeland lived at George Neill's residence, Bamsallie, in Old Luce, WIG, SCT, on 7 April 1861. He was a servant.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith's apprentice before 1868 at Glasgow, LKS, SCT.

     Joseph Copeland was the partner of Jean McCarlie before 1868.

     Joseph Copeland lived in Port William, Mochrum, WIG, SCT, before 2 April 1871. Joseph Copeland was working as a blacksmith for a branch of the Erskines, who were a promininent family of master blacksmiths.

     Joseph Copeland lived at 3 Greenhill row in the worker's cottages, in Dalmellington, AYR, SCT, before July 1873. He was a blacksmith at the Dunaskin Iron Works. The Dunaskin Iron Works was a massive concern where coal and ironstone were mined, and then the iron was smelted into pigiron. It employed hundreds of men and offered good wages to skilled workers Works). He married Elizabeth Jordan McClymont, daughter of William McClement and Mary Colvin, on 22 July 1873 Black Bull Hotel at Dalmellington, Dalmellington, AYR, SCT. (After Banns of the Church of Scotland.) Agnes Brown and Hugh McTear witnessed the marriage. Rev Thomas Walker conducted the wedding ceremony.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived at the miner's rows at Craigmark Collery, in April 1874.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Jordan McClymont lived at Russell Street, in Ayr, AYR, SCT, before August 1875.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 28 August 1875.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 27 March 1876.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived at Peebles Street, in Ayr, AYR, SCT, in June 1877.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 25 June 1877.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Jordan McClymont lived in Kilsby, Crick, WAR, ENG, on 18 September 1879.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived in Hillmorton, Crick, WAR, ENG, before August 1880.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland and Margaret Copeland, Martha Copeland, William Copeland and Mary Copeland lived at 5 School Street, in Hillmorton, Crick, WAR, ENG, on 3 April 1881. Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Clement lived at Bradley Road, in Huddersfield, YKS, ENG, before September 1883.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived at the site of the Balderhead Reservoir in a remote worker's camp, in Hury, Hunderthwaite, DUR, ENG, in July 1885.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 24 July 1885.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived in Ingayestone, Essex, England, in December 1887 "Woodham Ferris in the parish of Ingatestone appears to be different from Woodham Ferris, a, a separate parish in the county of Essex."

     Joseph Copeland was possibily involved in the construction of the London Underground at that time.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland lived at Dorset Road, in Kennington District, London, ENG, in July 1890.

     Joseph Copeland and William Copeland lived at the Swan Inn, Whitley Green, in Hurst, BRK, ENG, on 5 April 1891 Boarders at the local hotel. Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland and James Copeland, Harry Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at Hisehope Reservior construction site in a four-room hut, in Muggleswick, YKS, ENG, on 31 March 1901 plus 9 Boarders! Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith working at a major but remote building project involving the construction of the Hisehope Reservoir.

     Joseph Copeland lived at Hisehope, in Muggleswick, DUR, ENG, on 27 February 1902.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 27 February 1902.

     Joseph Copeland was a blacksmith on 10 September 1902.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland were in this photograph, with William Copeland, Sarah Elizabeth Copeland, Alice Priscilla Ward, Harry Copeland and James Copeland.

     Joseph Copeland lived in Marsden, YKS, ENG, from July 1905 to September 1906.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland were in this photograph, with Harry Copeland, James Copeland and Joseph Copeland.

     Joseph Copeland was in this photograph.

     Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland and Elizabeth Broadbent and Martha Lowe lived in Blaydon. Winlaton, DUR, ENG, before 1909 While living in Blaydon, Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland both became too old and infirm to look after themselves so Joseph Copeland went to live in James Street in Blaydon with their married daughter Elizabeth Broadbent, while Elizabeth Copeland went to live with their married daughter Martha Lowe in nearby Edward Street.

     Joseph Copeland was a journeyman blacksmith on 16 March 1909 at ENG.

     Joseph Copeland died on 20 July 1916 at age 71 Gateshead Workhouse Infirmary at DUR, ENG, . (Unfortunately Joseph Copeland's system was no longer robust enough to withstand the shock of the operation for the double inguinal hernia and he died in the hospital. Gateshead Registration District Sep Qtr 10a 928 aged 66).

Child of Joseph Copeland and Jean McCarlie

  • Allan McTaggart McKerlie b. 28 Jun 1868, d. 25 Jul 1951

Children of Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Jordan McClymont

  • Mary Copeland b. 5 Apr 1874, d. 27 Mar 1876
  • William Copeland b. 28 Aug 1875, d. 30 May 1911
  • Martha Copeland b. 25 Jun 1877, d. 18 May 1961
  • Mary Copeland b. 18 Sep 1879, d. 1 Jul 1948
  • Margaret Copeland+ b. 14 Aug 1880, d. 17 Sep 1954
  • Joseph Copeland b. 25 Apr 1883, d. 1953
  • Elizabeth Copeland b. 24 Jul 1885, d. 12 Nov 1932
  • James Copeland b. 10 Dec 1887, d. 12 Mar 1958
  • Harry Copeland b. 6 Jul 1890, d. 12 Apr 1957

Elizabeth Jordan McClymont

(Female), b. 19 August 1849, d. 16 March 1909
Relationship
Great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE

RESEARCH NOTE

     Further research is required to see if the description about the place where Joseph and Elizabeth Copeland were living in December 1887 agrees with the description of the place where James Copeland was born as it probably was the same physical place.
     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was born on 19 August 1849 in Mochrum, WIG, SCT. (This date could have been the date of her baptism). She was the daughter of William McClement and Mary Colvin. Elizabeth has also been reported to have been born about 1852 in AYR, SCT. (The 1901 & 1891 census only gives Scotland;).; and about 1853 at WIG, SCT.

     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was a domestic servant before 1869.

     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was a maid in the Black Bull hotel in July 1873 at Dalmellington, Dalmellington, AYR, SCT.

     As of before 22 July 1873, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Elizabeth McClemont.

     As of before 22 July 1873, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Lizzie McClymont (Name given on marriage records).

     As of before 22 July 1873, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Elizabeth Clement.

     As of before 22 July 1873, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Elizabeth McClement (The surnames McClymont and McClement were interchanagable in C19th Scotland and were pronounced in a very similar way. Elizabeth's family seemed to have adopted the spelling 'McClement'.).

     She married Joseph Copeland, son of James Copland and Martha Jane McClymont, on 22 July 1873 Black Bull Hotel at Dalmellington, Dalmellington, AYR, SCT. (After Banns of the Church of Scotland.) Agnes Brown and Hugh McTear witnessed the marriage. Rev Thomas Walker conducted the wedding ceremony.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at the miner's rows at Craigmark Collery, in April 1874.

     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont and Joseph Copeland lived at Russell Street, in Ayr, AYR, SCT, before August 1875.

     As of 27 March 1876, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Elizabeth McClymont.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at Peebles Street, in Ayr, AYR, SCT, in June 1877.

     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont and Joseph Copeland lived in Kilsby, Crick, WAR, ENG, on 18 September 1879.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived in Hillmorton, Crick, WAR, ENG, before August 1880.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland and Margaret Copeland, Martha Copeland, William Copeland and Mary Copeland lived at 5 School Street, in Hillmorton, Crick, WAR, ENG, on 3 April 1881.

     Elizabeth Clement and Joseph Copeland lived at Bradley Road, in Huddersfield, YKS, ENG, before September 1883.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at the site of the Balderhead Reservoir in a remote worker's camp, in Hury, Hunderthwaite, DUR, ENG, in July 1885.

     As of before 24 July 1885, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont was also known as Elizabeth Clement (This name is on her daughter, Elizabeth's birth registration).

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived in Ingayestone, Essex, England, in December 1887 ("Woodham Ferris in the parish of Ingatestone appears to be different from Woodham Ferris, a, a separate parish in the county of Essex").

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at Dorset Road, in Kennington District, London, ENG, in July 1890.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland, Harry Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland, Martha Copeland, Mary Copeland, Margaret Copeland and James Copeland lived at Gilborne Row, in Chapel-en-le-Frith, DBY, ENG, on 5 April 1891.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland and James Copeland, Harry Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland lived at Hisehope Reservior construction site in a four-room hut, in Muggleswick, YKS, ENG, on 31 March 1901 (plus 9 Boarders!).

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland were in this photograph, with William Copeland, Sarah Elizabeth Copeland, Alice Priscilla Ward, Harry Copeland and James Copeland.

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland were in this photograph, with Harry Copeland, James Copeland and Joseph Copeland. In addition, Elizabeth Jordan McClymont has also been reported to have died in 1907 at CHS, ENG. (Stockport Registration District 1907 Mar 81 88 aged 54).

     Elizabeth Copeland and Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Broadbent and Martha Lowe lived in Blaydon. Winlaton, DUR, ENG, before 1909 While living in Blaydon, Joseph Copeland and Elizabeth Copeland both became too old and infirm to look after themselves so Joseph Copeland went to live in James Street in Blaydon with their married daughter Elizabeth Broadbent, while Elizabeth Copeland went to live with their married daughter Martha Lowe in nearby Edward Street.

     Elizabeth Jordan McClymont died on 16 March 1909 at age 59 66 Edward Street at Blaydon upon Tyne, Gateshead, NBL, ENG, . (Gateshead Registration District Mar Qtr 10a 622 aged 55 Cerebal haemorrhage ...and she died at the age of 56 after a stroke).

Child of Elizabeth Jordan McClymont

  • John McClymont b. 16 Aug 1869

Children of Elizabeth Jordan McClymont and Joseph Copeland

  • Mary Copeland b. 5 Apr 1874, d. 27 Mar 1876
  • William Copeland b. 28 Aug 1875, d. 30 May 1911
  • Martha Copeland b. 25 Jun 1877, d. 18 May 1961
  • Mary Copeland b. 18 Sep 1879, d. 1 Jul 1948
  • Margaret Copeland+ b. 14 Aug 1880, d. 17 Sep 1954
  • Joseph Copeland b. 25 Apr 1883, d. 1953
  • Elizabeth Copeland b. 24 Jul 1885, d. 12 Nov 1932
  • James Copeland b. 10 Dec 1887, d. 12 Mar 1958
  • Harry Copeland b. 6 Jul 1890, d. 12 Apr 1957

George Gibson

(Male), b. before 8 April 1832, d. 13 February 1901
Relationship
Great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     George was born before 8 April 1832 in Bighton nr Alresford, HAM, ENG. He was the son of Henry Gibson and Harriet Windebank.
     George Gibson was baptized on 8 April 1832 in Bighton nr Alresford, HAM, ENG.

     George Gibson was a servant on 30 March 1851.

     

     On 17 October 1856 George Gibson emigrated from Gravesend, London, England on the John Masterman arriving at Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 8 February 1857.

     George Gibson moved from Nelson on the paddle steamer "Lyttelton" arriving at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, after 8 February 1857.

     George Gibson was a pit sawyer with Jermyn's Royal Family/Band in March 1857 at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ.

     George Gibson moved from New Zealand on the "Queen of India" arriving back arriving at ENG about 1862.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 7 October 1862.

     He married Sarah Packman, daughter of William Packman and Mary Ann Cheal, on 7 October 1862 St Mary's Church at Stone, KEN, ENG.

     On 8 December 1862 George Gibson and Sarah Packman emigrated from Downs, England on the Electra arriving at Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 30 March 1863.

     George Gibson and Sarah Packman moved on the "Lyttelton" to their new home arriving at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, in April 1863.

     George Gibson lived in Grovetown, MBH, NZ, in April 1863.

     George Gibson was a sawyer with "Jermyn's Royal Family" on 23 October 1863 at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ.

     George Gibson lived in Wairau Bush, MBH, NZ, on 25 December 1866.

     George Gibson was a farmer on 25 December 1866 at Wairau Bush, MBH, NZ.

     George Gibson lived in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 21 January 1873.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 21 January 1873 at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ.

     George Gibson was a sawyer on 17 October 1874 at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ.

     George Gibson lived in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 17 October 1874.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 16 April 1877.

     George Gibson was a hopgrower on 13 February 1881.

     George Gibson lived in Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 6 December 1882.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 6 December 1882.

     George Gibson lived in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 28 October 1884.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 28 October 1884.

     George Gibson was a labourer on 22 March 1887.

     George Gibson lived at Herbert Street, in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, before February 1901.

     George Gibson died on 13 February 1901 residence Herbert Street at Blenheim, MBH, NZ, . (Fatty degeneration of heart).
     His body was interred in Omaka Cemetery at Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 17 February 1901.

Children of George Gibson and Sarah Packman

  • Mary Ann Harriet Sarah Gibson b. 23 Oct 1863, d. 19 Aug 1943
  • Henry William Gibson b. 17 Feb 1867, d. 29 Nov 1944
  • Edith Electra Gibson b. 14 Mar 1870, d. 5 Nov 1947
  • Georgiana Jane Holland Gibson b. 21 Jan 1873, d. 18 May 1946
  • Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson+ b. 17 Oct 1874, d. 28 Jul 1943
  • George Clealand Packman Gibson b. 16 Apr 1877, d. 17 Jun 1948
  • Eadly Ethelbert Masterman Gibson b. 13 Feb 1881, d. 18 Oct 1958
  • Edgar Athelston Montgomery Gibson b. 6 Dec 1882, d. 9 May 1967

William Packman

(Male), b. 1791, d. April 1868
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     William Packman was born in 1791 in Hartley, KEN, ENG. He was the son of Henry Packman and Mary Fryer. In addition, William has also been reported to have been born about 1791 in Ash, KEN, ENG,; and about 1794 at Hartley, KEN, ENG,; and in November 1790 at Hartley, KEN, ENG.
     William Packman was baptized on 11 December 1791 in Hartley, KEN, ENG.

     William Packman married Mary Ann Cheal on 12 August 1820 in Ash, KEN, ENG.

     William Packman was a labourer on 5 March 1843 at Swanscombe, KEN, ENG.

     William Packman and Mary Ann Packman lived at "Ingsefs Gardens", in Swanscombe, KEN, ENG, on 5 March 1843.

     William Packman was a Lab Ag on 30 March 1851.

     William Packman and Mary Ann Packman and Henry Packman and Albert Clealand Packman lived in Swanscombe, KEN, ENG, on 30 March 1851. In addition there were , (lodgers): Henry Homer, Hannah Hown and William Howan; all residing in the house.

     William Packman was an Agricultural Labourer on 7 April 1861.

     William Packman and Mary Ann Packman and Albert Clealand Packman lived at No 7 Massey Row, in Swanscombe, KEN, ENG, on 7 April 1861.

     William Packman was a labourer on 7 October 1862.

     William Packman died in April 1868 .

Children of William Packman and Mary Ann Cheal

  • William Packman b. 14 Jan 1821
  • Mary Ann Packman b. 10 Oct 1822
  • Sophia Packman b. 19 Jan 1824
  • Harriet Packman b. 1 Jun 1827
  • Eliza Packman b. 16 Jun 1834
  • Henry Packman b. 26 Jan 1837
  • Sarah Packman+ b. 22 Jan 1843, d. 6 May 1928
  • Albert Clealand Packman b. 4 Aug 1846, d. Jun 1922

Sarah Packman

(Female), b. 22 January 1843, d. 6 May 1928
Relationship
Great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Sarah PACKMAN
     Sarah was born on 22 January 1843 in Greenhithe, KEN, ENG. She was the daughter of William Packman and Mary Ann Cheal. In addition, Sarah has also been reported to have been born in Swanscombe, KEN, ENG.

     Sarah Packman was baptized on 5 March 1843 in Swanscombe, KEN, ENG.

     Sarah Packman was a nursemaid for the family of William Ingall a member of the London Stock Exchange on 7 April 1861 at Swanscombe, KEN, ENG.

     She married George Gibson, son of Henry Gibson and Harriet Windebank, on 7 October 1862 St Mary's Church at Stone, KEN, ENG.

     On 8 December 1862 Sarah Packman and George Gibson emigrated from Downs, England on the Electra arriving at Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 30 March 1863.

     Sarah Packman and George Gibson moved on the "Lyttelton" to their new home arriving at Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, in April 1863.

     Sarah Packman lived in Grovetown, MBH, NZ, in April 1863.

     Sarah Packman lived in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 21 January 1873.

     Sarah Packman lived in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 17 October 1874.

     Sarah Packman lived in Big Bush, Grovetown, MBH, NZ, on 6 December 1882.

     Sarah Packman lived in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 28 October 1884.

     Sarah Packman lived at Herbert Street, in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 18 February 1901.

     

     Sarah Packman lived at Herbert Street, in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 14 August 1906.

     Sarah Packman lived at Herbert Street, in Blenheim, MBH, NZ, before 6 May 1928.

     Sarah Packman died on 6 May 1928 at age 85 Wairau Hospital at Blenheim, MBH, NZ, . (Senility, Cardiac Failure).
     Her body was interred in Omaka Cemetery at Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 8 May 1928.

Children of Sarah Packman and George Gibson

  • Mary Ann Harriet Sarah Gibson b. 23 Oct 1863, d. 19 Aug 1943
  • Henry William Gibson b. 17 Feb 1867, d. 29 Nov 1944
  • Edith Electra Gibson b. 14 Mar 1870, d. 5 Nov 1947
  • Georgiana Jane Holland Gibson b. 21 Jan 1873, d. 18 May 1946
  • Ebenezer Gurchen Gibson+ b. 17 Oct 1874, d. 28 Jul 1943
  • George Clealand Packman Gibson b. 16 Apr 1877, d. 17 Jun 1948
  • Eadly Ethelbert Masterman Gibson b. 13 Feb 1881, d. 18 Oct 1958
  • Edgar Athelston Montgomery Gibson b. 6 Dec 1882, d. 9 May 1967

Henry Gibson

(Male), b. about 1803
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     In addition, Henry has also been reported to have been born about 1803 in Itchen Abbas, HAM, ENG. He was born about 1803 in Bighton, HAM, ENG.

     He married Harriet Windebank, daughter of William Windebank and Winifred Goodyear, on 20 April 1826 at Bighton nr Alresford, HAM, ENG. Charlotte Windebank and Thomas Gibson witnessed the marriage.

     Henry Gibson and Harriet Gibson and George Gibson, Jane Gibson, Patience Gibson and Sarah Gibson lived in Alresford, HAM, ENG, on 6 June 1841.

     Henry Gibson and Harriet Gibson and Sarah Gibson lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     

     Henry Gibson was an Ag Lab on 30 March 1851.

     

     Henry Gibson was a labourer on 13 November 1857.

     Henry Gibson and Harriet Gibson lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 7 April 1861 This house was next door to Charlott BUTCHER's house where Jemima WINDEBANK was staying as a visitor.

     

     Henry Gibson was an Ag Lab on 7 April 1861.

     

     Henry Gibson was a labourer on 7 October 1862.

     Henry Gibson and Harriet Gibson and Jemima Windebank lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 2 April 1871.

     

     Henry Gibson was formerly an Ag Lab on 2 April 1871.

Children of Henry Gibson and Harriet Windebank

  • William Gibson b. a 1826
  • Patience Gibson b. 20 Jan 1828
  • Harriet Gibson b. 24 May 1829
  • Jane Gibson b. 1830, d. bt 2 Apr 1871 - 3 Apr 1881
  • George Gibson+ b. b 8 Apr 1832, d. 13 Feb 1901
  • Sarah Gibson b. a 1834
  • Elizabeth Gibson b. 31 Jan 1836

Harriet Windebank

(Female), b. about 1808
Relationship
2nd great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     Harriet Windebank was born about 1808 in Bentworth, HAM, ENG. She was the daughter of William Windebank and Winifred Goodyear.

     Harriet Windebank was baptized on 13 March 1808 in Bentworth, HAM, ENG.

     She married Henry Gibson on 20 April 1826 at Bighton nr Alresford, HAM, ENG. Charlotte Windebank and Thomas Gibson witnessed the marriage.

     Harriet Gibson and Henry Gibson and George Gibson, Jane Gibson, Patience Gibson and Sarah Gibson lived in Alresford, HAM, ENG, on 6 June 1841.

     Harriet Gibson and Henry Gibson and Sarah Gibson lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     Harriet Gibson and Henry Gibson lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 7 April 1861 (This house was next door to Charlott BUTCHER's house where Jemima WINDEBANK was staying as a visitor).

     Harriet Gibson and Henry Gibson and Jemima Windebank lived in Bighton, HAM, ENG, on 2 April 1871.

Children of Harriet Windebank and Henry Gibson

  • William Gibson b. a 1826
  • Patience Gibson b. 20 Jan 1828
  • Harriet Gibson b. 24 May 1829
  • Jane Gibson b. 1830, d. bt 2 Apr 1871 - 3 Apr 1881
  • George Gibson+ b. b 8 Apr 1832, d. 13 Feb 1901
  • Sarah Gibson b. a 1834
  • Elizabeth Gibson b. 31 Jan 1836

Thomas Nathaniel Payton

(Male), b. 27 July 1840, d. 9 September 1896
Relationship
Great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
Thomas Nathaniel PAYTON
     Thomas was born on 27 July 1840 in Highgate, Parish of Aston, WAR, ENG. He was the son of Frederick Peyton and Ann Downes. In addition, Thomas Nathaniel has also been reported to have been born about 1841 in Kings Norton, Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     As of 27 July 1840, Thomas Nathaniel Payton was also known as Nathaniel Thomas Payton (Nathaniel Thomas on Birth Certificate but all other records give Thomas Nathaniel).
     Thomas Nathaniel Payton was baptized on 26 December 1840 at St Martins Anglican Church in Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     He married Anne Martin, daughter of John Martin and Charity Parkhouse, on 10 June 1861 St Andrews Anglican Church at Bordesley, WAR, ENG. (Aston, June quarter 1861, vol 6d, page 355.) James Payton witnessed the marriage.

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton was a navy on 2 April 1871.

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Ann Payton and Mary Jane Payton and Eliza Payton lived at Warwick Road, in Yardley, WOR, ENG, on 2 April 1871.

     On 25 April 1874 Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Ann Payton and Eliza Payton and Samuel Payton emigrated from London, England on the Euterpe arriving at Wellington, WTN, NZ, on 30 August 1874 (I had been told by my family that Thomas Payton had pushed all his goods in a wheelbarrow to Wanganui and I had imagined the hard trip from Wellington to Wanganui especially with little or no roads at that time but now it appears that it might have only been from the Depot at Taupo Quay Wanganui where those without a job were lodged on arrival.
On 2nd September the Manawatu ps of 93 tons left Wellington for Wanganui with 80 Immigrants ex Euterpe and did the same trip leaving on 9th September with 63 immigrants ex Euterpe. Those without a job were lodged in the Depot at Taupo Quay so it was probably from there that Thomas pushed his wheelbarrow

The following is an extract from a letter by Lillian Barry to American historian Harold Huycke, recalling the voyage of 1874:

156 Marine Parade
Napier [New Zealand]
May 10th, 1948
Dear Sir:
In response to your invitation in the Southern Cross for any information regarding the sailing Ship Euterpe: I came from England to New Zealand in that Ship as a child with my parents, leaving England on April 4th, 1874 & arriving at Wanganui N.Z. about August 14th of the same year.1

1 According to a history of the Abbiss family, who also emigrated on the voyage of 1874 the ship docked at Wellington. This agrees with company records, which state that the ship arrived at Wellington on August 30th after a passage of 127 days, port to port. However, the Abbisses believe that some passengers went
     went on to Wanganui. Among these could have been Lillian and her family.).

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton was a labourer on 19 May 1876.

     On 22 July 1883 Thomas Nathaniel Payton moved from Patea on the Waverley arriving at MBH, NZ, in 1883. (The Waverley sailed for Wellington and Nelson).

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton was a brickmaker at Tua Marina, MBH, NZ.

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton was a brickmaker in March 1896 at Para, MBH, NZ. In addition, Thomas Nathaniel Payton has also been reported to have died on 8 September 1896 at Para, MBH, NZ.

     Thomas Nathaniel Payton died on 9 September 1896 at age 56 at Para, MBH, NZ, . (Cancer of the Jaw).
     His body was interred in Omaka Cemetery at Blenheim, MBH, NZ, on 10 September 1896.

Children of Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Anne Martin

  • Mary Jane Payton b. 1 Mar 1862, d. 6 Jul 1955
  • Frederick John Payton b. 31 Jan 1864, d. 1868
  • Eliza Payton+ b. 31 Mar 1868, d. 17 Jun 1929
  • Annie Payton b. 14 May 1870, d. 1870
  • Samuel Payton b. 30 Jun 1872, d. 28 Jul 1921
  • Thomas Nathaniel Payton b. 19 May 1876, d. 28 Dec 1962
  • William Robert Payton b. 13 Mar 1883, d. 30 Jan 1964
  • James Henry Payton b. 13 Mar 1883, d. 2 Jul 1933

Ann Downes

(Female), b. say 1801, d. 5 January 1872
Relationship
2nd great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     Ann was born say 1801 in Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     Ann Downes was also known as Ann Downs.

     She married Frederick Peyton, son of Samuel Peaton and Mary Wilkes, on 29 April 1821 at Parish of Aston, WAR, ENG.

     Ann Payton and Frederick Payton and Eliza Payton, Elizabeth Payton, Frederick Payton, James Payton, Samuel Payton and Thomas Nathaniel Payton lived in Balsall Heath, King's Norton, WOR, ENG, on 6 June 1841.

     Ann Payton and Frederick Peyton and Samuel Payton, Elizabeth Payton, Eliza Payton, James Payton, Frederick Payton, Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Rachel Payton lived at Saltley Road, in Aston, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     Ann Downes was a laundress on 7 April 1861.

     As of 7 April 1861, Ann Downes was also known as Ann Payton.

     Ann Payton and Frederick Peyton and Betsy Payton, Frederick Payton and Thomas Nathaniel Payton lived at Westley Brook or Useley Bk, in Acocks Green, Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 7 April 1861.

     Ann Payton and Frederick Peyton lived at Warrick Road, in Yardley, WOR, ENG, on 2 April 1871. In addition there were (servants): Harriet Smith; , all residing in the house.

     Ann Downes died on 5 January 1872 at Acocks Green, Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, .

Children of Ann Downes and Frederick Peyton

  • Samuel Payton b. 10 Jul 1820, d. 9 Feb 1882
  • Mary Ann Payton b. 5 Aug 1822, d. 18 Aug 1887
  • Elizabeth Payton b. a 1825
  • Eliza Payton b. 13 Feb 1828
  • James Payton b. 24 Dec 1834, d. 15 Sep 1911
  • Frederick Payton b. 8 Mar 1837, d. 2 Oct 1872
  • Thomas Nathaniel Payton+ b. 27 Jul 1840, d. 9 Sep 1896
  • Rachel Payton b. a 1846, d. 24 Nov 1880

Frederick Peyton

(Male), b. about 1800, d. 26 March 1877
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     Frederick Peyton was born about 1800 in Birmingham, WAR, ENG. He was the son of Samuel Peaton and Mary Wilkes.
     Frederick Peyton was baptized on 14 April 1800 at St Philips Anglican Church in Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     He married Ann Downes on 29 April 1821 at Parish of Aston, WAR, ENG.

     Frederick Peyton was a brickmaker on 27 July 1840 at ENG.

     Frederick Payton and Ann Payton and Eliza Payton, Elizabeth Payton, Frederick Payton, James Payton, Samuel Payton and Thomas Nathaniel Payton lived in Balsall Heath, King's Norton, WOR, ENG, on 6 June 1841.

     Frederick Peyton was a brickmaker on 30 March 1851.

     Frederick Peyton and Ann Payton and Samuel Payton, Elizabeth Payton, Eliza Payton, James Payton, Frederick Payton, Thomas Nathaniel Payton and Rachel Payton lived at Saltley Road, in Aston, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     Frederick Peyton was a Labourer (Agricultural) on 7 April 1851.

     Frederick Peyton was a brickmaker on 1 June 1851.

     As of 1 June 1851, Frederick Peyton was also known as Frederick Payton.

     As of 7 April 1861, Frederick Peyton was also known as Frederick Payton.

     Frederick Peyton was an Ag Lab on 7 April 1861.

     Frederick Peyton and Ann Payton and Betsy Payton, Frederick Payton and Thomas Nathaniel Payton lived at Westley Brook or Useley Bk, in Acocks Green, Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 7 April 1861.

     Frederick Peyton was a brickmaker (Out of Employment) on 2 April 1871.

     Frederick Peyton and Ann Payton lived at Warrick Road, in Yardley, WOR, ENG, on 2 April 1871. In addition there were (servants): Harriet Smith; , all residing in the house.

     Frederick Peyton died on 26 March 1877 Union Workhouse at Solihull, WOR, ENG, .

Children of Frederick Peyton and Ann Downes

  • Samuel Payton b. 10 Jul 1820, d. 9 Feb 1882
  • Mary Ann Payton b. 5 Aug 1822, d. 18 Aug 1887
  • Elizabeth Payton b. a 1825
  • Eliza Payton b. 13 Feb 1828
  • James Payton b. 24 Dec 1834, d. 15 Sep 1911
  • Frederick Payton b. 8 Mar 1837, d. 2 Oct 1872
  • Thomas Nathaniel Payton+ b. 27 Jul 1840, d. 9 Sep 1896
  • Rachel Payton b. a 1846, d. 24 Nov 1880

Mary Wilkes

(Female)
Relationship
3rd great-grandmother of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     
     She married Samuel Peaton on 29 April 1799 St Martins Church at Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

Children of Mary Wilkes and Samuel Peaton

  • Benjamin Peaton
  • Frederick Peyton+ b. a 1800, d. 26 Mar 1877
  • James Peaton b. 3 Jun 1803

Samuel Peaton

(Male)
Relationship
3rd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE
     
     He married Mary Wilkes on 29 April 1799 St Martins Church at Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

Children of Samuel Peaton and Mary Wilkes

  • Benjamin Peaton
  • Frederick Peyton+ b. a 1800, d. 26 Mar 1877
  • James Peaton b. 3 Jun 1803

John Martin

(Male), b. about 1798, d. 5 August 1873
Relationship
2nd great-grandfather of James Robert Payne
Charts
JIM'S PEDIGREE

RESEARCH NOTE

     In the 1841 Census there is John Martin at Flint? Green, Yardley, Birmingham, John Martin 40, agriculturallabourer. Wife Charity 35, both NOT born in that county.
Children:- Jane 12, William 9, Henry 7, Robert 4 and John 2, all born in the county. Also listed George Corbett? 1, not born in the county.

According to Family History Resource Files 1851, born at BuscombeDerbyshire, I have only found a BOSCOMBE in Wiltshire and Dorset].
In other census born Boscombe Devon, I believe most likely born atBoscombe, Devon, [now in Dorset], especially as many family sources knowof a link with Devon and believe the family originated there.

1861 entry 16, Westley Brook/ Wesley Brook? Warwick Road, John 63, bornDevonshire, labourer agricutural, MARRIED but wife not listed, [this fitswith wife working as a nurse, perhaps staying with families on a shortterm basis, see entry for wife Charity].
Daughter Anne was living with him, aged 19, a laundress. [Entry 20 is thePayton family, whose son Thomas, Ann marries].
[Also a boarder George Lidzey, 31 married, a joiner born Kenilworth].

1871 entry 45, Warwick Road, Yardley, John 70, no occupation, wife Charity, 68, washerwoman, both born Boscombe, Devon.

So, therefor, more research is needed to discover.
     John Martin was born about 1798 in Buscombe, DEV, ENG. In addition, John has also been reported to have been born about 1788 in Buscombe, DEV, ENG.

     John Martin married Charity Parkhouse on 31 March 1828 at St Martin in Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     John Martin lived on 6 June 1841.

     John Martin was an agricultural labourer on 30 March 1851.

     John Martin and Jane Martin, William Martin, John Martin, Anne Martin and Catherine Rogers lived at Warwick Road, in Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 30 March 1851.

     John Martin was an agricultural labourer on 7 April 1861.

     John Martin and Anne Martin and George Lidzey lived at Westley Brook or Useley Bk, in Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, on 7 April 1861.

     John Martin and Charity Martin lived at Warwick Road, in Yardley, WOR, ENG, on 2 April 1871.

     John Martin was a farm labourer before 5 August 1873 at Acocks Green, Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG.

     John Martin died on 5 August 1873 at Acocks Green, Yardley, Birmingham, WAR, ENG, . (Sept quarter 1873, Solihull volume 6d, page 322 of pneumonia 5 days.
Son William of Acocks Green registered the death.).

Children of John Martin and Charity Parkhouse

  • Jane Martin b. 1829, d. 12 Jan 1900
  • John Martin b. a 1832
  • William Martin b. 1832, d. 1873
  • Henry Martin b. 1834, d. 8 Feb 1890
  • Robert Martin b. 1836
  • Anne Martin+ b. a 1842, d. 8 Oct 1910

John Harvey

(Male), b. 24 August 1858, d. 24 August 1938
Relationship
Grandfather of Beverley Jean Harvey
Charts
BEV'S PEDIGREE
John HARVEY
     John was born on 24 August 1858 in Appleby, NLN, NZ. He was the son of George Harvey and Cornelia Withey.

     John Harvey was a worker for the Joseph Hewetson Estate in 1886 at Central Moutere, NLN, NZ.

     John Harvey lived in Upper Moutere, NLN, NZ, before 16 October 1893.

     John Harvey was a farm labourer before 16 October 1893.

     He married Rachel Martha Hart, daughter of John Hart and Emma Maria Webley, on 16 October 1893 Registrar's Office at Motueka, NLN, NZ. W Hart and Rose McLean witnessed the marriage.

     John Harvey was a farmer on 21 February 1906.

     John Harvey lived in Lower Moutere, NLN, NZ, on 28 October 1909.

     John Harvey lived in Nelson, NLN, NZ, about 1927.

     John Harvey was a labourer on 6 July 1927.

     John Harvey lived at 34 Tasman Street, in Nelson, NLN, NZ, before 24 August 1938.
     His body was interred in Wakapuaka Cemetery at Wakapuaka, Nelson, NLN, NZ, on 24 August 1938 (Baptist Blk 9, Plot 2B).

     John Harvey died on 24 August 1938 at age 80 34 Tasman Street at Nelson, NLN, NZ, .

Children of John Harvey and Rachel Martha Hart

  • Emma Leonie Harvey b. 24 Oct 1894, d. 12 Dec 1947
  • Linda Cornelia Harvey b. 22 Feb 1896, d. 10 Nov 1950
  • John Keith Harvey b. 28 Nov 1898, d. 31 Aug 1971
  • Rita Rachel Harvey b. 6 Jun 1902, d. 13 Aug 1987
  • Nelson Gordon Harvey+ b. 21 Feb 1906, d. 20 Oct 1964