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OTAGO EARLY SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION.

AN INTERESTING LIST.

In connection with the reunion to b© helciE by the above association on the 23rd (Anniver* sary Day), to celebrate the jubilee of the ar* rival of the ships Berkshire (to Wellington, passengers brought on by schooner Perseverance), Lady' Nugent, and Mariner (second voyage), the following is a list of the surviving passengers and their descendants. This has been compiled with great care, but the secretary will be glad to be notified of anyerrors or omissions, so as to have correct en,-, tries in the annals of the association- — Berkshire (Perseverance).— Arrived 12tl£

March, 1850. Survivors— Mrs Joseph Culling (nee Margaret Ogilvie M'Gregor), Hampden; Alexander M'Gregor, Mount Allan.

Descendants— Of the late N. J. B. M'Gre<*or, (Taieri): Mrs Ellen Mownt, Silverstreanx (iamily— Miss Margaret, Alexander, and Robert' Taieri) ; Mrs Elizabeth ■ Cornish, DunedinV (iamily— Miss Connie, Wellington; Misses Margaret and Theresa, Dunedin ; Charles N" ' A., Camp, Forbury Park; Richard, Dunedin);' Ot Mrs Margaret Ogilvie Culling, Hampden • Miss Margaret Ogilvie Culling and Mrs Hannah," Cantwell, Dunertin; Misses Nellie and Annie Hampden; Francis G., Moeraki; Neil J B Hampden; Joseph, Empire upholder, Transvaal ; Felix, Dunedin ; Alnhonsus, Alexandra Lady Nugent.— Arrived 26th March, 1850." Survivors— Mrs Elizabeth Matthews, Momlrgton, relict of th^late George Matthews, gardener, Dunedin ; James Alexander Matthews (son), printer, Dtago Daily Times, Mornington;. G-coige Matthews (son), gardener, Kotoriia;' Isabella Matthews, Mornington; Mrs Du^ald! Paterson (nee Elizabeth Wilson), Mornington;. "William Chapman, Catlins; Mrs George I\evnard (nee Catherine Russell), Dunedin: \Villiam JRusaell, town clerk, Winton; Mrs John, Cassels (nee Margaret Russell), Wii.ton; Andiew Russell, Dunedin; Mrs Leslie Clieyne (nr-o Eliza Findlater), Mosgiol. Descendants— Of the lato George Matthews: Mrs James Curie (Jeanie), Mornington; David Piessly, gardener, Rotorua ; Henry John, State f oi ester, Mornington. Of James Alexander Matthews, Mornington: Mrs Halley (Isabella), Mornmgton; George Henry, New Orleans; Misses Laura, Lyla, and Herbert David, Mornir.gton. Of the late Mrs John Hartley Jenkinson (Jane, sister to the late George Matthews, sen.) : Sidney Hartley, sub-editor, Australasian, Melbourne; Mrs Mary Grace Hay, Molynetix; Hon. J. E. Jenkinson, M.L.C., Wellington; Mrs Eliza Jane M'Gregor, -Molyneux ; George Henry, inspector of stock", Masterton. Of the lato William Chapman, North-East ■ Valley : James, merchant, Balclutha; Thomas, Transvaal; Angus X., newspaper proprietor, Victoria. Of William Chapman, Catlins: Two sons and three daughters. Of the late Andrew Russell, North-East Valley: Mrs Catherine Kennard, Dunedin (family — Misse3 Mabel ancE Edith, Russell and Sidney, Dunedin). Of Wil-lia-n Russell, Winton: Misses Joy and Gladys, Hcrmon, and Charles. Of Andrew Russell, Dunedin : Miss Evelyn and Lindsay and Herbert, Dunedin. Of the late David Wilson, stonemason : Mrs Janet Cockroft, Christchurch. By second wife: Davi£ and Mrs Alison Lily Burning, Caversham. Of Mrs Dugald Paterson (nee Elizabeth Wilson), Mornington :| Dugald, David Wright, John Mitchell, Hugh, Donald M'Naughton, and Archibald, Dunedin ; Miss Catherine Mitchell, Naseby. Of the late Alexander Findlater, Dunedin: Mrs Eliza Cheyne, Mosgiel ; James and Mrs J. Fraser (Mary), Catlins; Mrs Geddes, Clinton. Of Mrs Cb eyne, Mosgiel : Winvam, Middlemach ; Frank, Alexander F., and Leslie, Mosgiel. Mabineb (Second Voyage). — Arrived 6th August, 1850. Survivors — Henry Charles Hertslet, Naseby; Mrs Samuel Perry. Port Chalmers; Robert Barnes Twelftree, Berwick; Mrs J. A. Dallas (Ann Heenan), Dunedin; John Heenan, Portobello ; Edward Henan, Maiingatua ; Miss Winifred Heenan, Dunedin ; Michael Heenan, Waimea Plains; Mrs Joseph Baxter (Jane Heenan), Maungatua; Mrs James Henderson (Jane M'Kenzie), Henley; James Willocks, Stilling; Mrs A. Landels (Janet Willocks), DuKedin; Thomas Sherrift", Coolgardie; Mrs Elizabeth Millar (Shprriff). Catlins; George S'uerriff. Eoslyn ; Mrs Margaret Doudney, (ShcrrifD, Dunedin; Robert Sherriff, Wakari; Mrs Ellen Stevens (Trumble), Wellington ; Mrs Matilda Smith (Trumble), Melbourne; Mrs Eliza Hayhow (Trumble), London; Thomas Anderson Trumble, Haldaue ; Mrs Mary Ann Tibbitts (Trumble), Melbourne; Mrs Victoria Green (Trumble), Liverpool.

Descendant?— Of H. C. Hertslet, Naseby: Miss and Miss Edyth, Dunedin ; Mrs Grainger, Bristol; Mrs Robt. Pulton, Dunedin; Charles C, Greymouth; Harry, Waimate. Of the late William Willocks, Inchclutha: William and John Jamea, Stirling. Of James "Willocks, Stirling: Two sons and seven daughters. Of Mrs Janet Landels (Willocks), Dunedin: Mispes Mory, Alice, and Janet, Dunedin : * James and John Douglas. Kaitanaata. Of, Robert- Barnes Twelftree, Berwick: Mrs Eliza- J beth Drummoncl, Clinton; Mrs Liouise Spark, Toiro ; Mrs Amelia Joseph, Taieri Beach ; Mrs Georg-ina Kirk, Mayfield, Taieri ; and three ions" and three daughters unmarried. Of the late Mrs James Wright (nee Catherine M'Gowan), Clutha : Mrs George Wilson (Catherine), Millon ; Sinclair, Balclutha ; James, Stirling ; Mrs G eorge Anderson (Henrietta), Stirling ; Simon, Balclutha; William, Balclutha; John. Warner. Of Mrs Edmund Smith (nee Matilda Trumble), E. R. and Fredk., Dunedin; Eobert Bifield. Napier ; Mrs Sarah Ellen Muir and Mrs Mabel ■Florence Muir, Melbourne; Alfred Moffat, Hawke's Bay; Mrs Eva Matilda Herdman, Naseby; Ernest Harrison, Fielding. Of the late William Sherriff Cooper, Drmedin : Mrs Elizabeth Miller (Sherriff), Catlins (family, David, North Island ; William, Dunedin ; George, Invercargill ; Augustus, Melbourne;' Elizabeth, Catlins) Of George Sherriff, Ros]yn: Mrs Robina Dawson and Miss May, North. Island; Isabella, Melbourne; Eliza and Margaret, Dunedin ; Arthur, Albert, and Ada, Roslyn. Of Mrs Margaret Jones (Sherriff), 210W Mrs Doudney : William Jones, Australia : Isabella Jones, Tasmania; Mrs Mary Ann Northcote (nee Jones), Ashburton ; Mrs Margareti Adamson (nee Jones), Dunedin. Of the lata William Heenan, Maungatua: James, Nightcaps ; William, Christchurch ; David, Henry, Thomas, and Mrs Mary Mathieson, Maungatua ; Mrs Joanna Wellbroke, Mataura. Of the late Mrs Joanna Browne (nee Heeuan), Dunedin; 1 Misses Carrie, Flora, Winifred, and William" Frederick, Dunedin ; -Alfred; Christchurch. O£ Mrs Dallas (nee Heenan-); Dunedin: Four sons and three daughters. Of Edward Heenan, Maungatua: Family, 13. Of Michael Heenari,--Waimea Plains: Family, 11.- 'Of Mrs Jane Bas;«. ter (nee Heenan), Maungatua: Family, three, ~

The Winton contingent of the Southland Mounted Rifles, numbering 25 men, wasisworn in and measured for uniforms on' Wednesday.

Influenza cured by taking a few doses Tussieura; write for testimonials; it will d£ all that is claimed for it.

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OTAGO EARLY SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. Otago Witness, Issue 2403, 22 March 1900

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