Macdonald Dictionary Record: Edwin Bate

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Edwin Bate. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: B. 215. -1931 Bate Edwin an early settler of Kaiapoi. married d Mess Sellars He was see. to the trieste of the Kaiapoi Wesleyan Church and calle of for tenders for additions to the parsonage. He was a painter + glazer of Kaiapoi His brother Pater Bale is said to have come to NZ. in search of him. on the voyage ont an alba tion fell in the shifrin deck and was killed. Two muff were made of the stin one of which was in possession of his dau. Mrs Frank While for mary years. He was a painter id decorator and travelled as far as Otira and Kaikoura to carry on his work. He d. 1931 wife d. 1928. sons. Walter Geo. ? Henry Edwin Bale of. Devon port d. 27.10.90 aged 37 Peter bur. Papanui Cem.. John. James Wm. E. Brocklebank; . LT. 26.10.74 : 26.6.19. S.P.A '73 :; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: B. 215 Bate Edwin - Born in Mellor Derbyshire 1840. Married Mary Ann Sellars of Glossop Derby. Came to NZ. on the 'Ivanhoe' which arrived at Lyttleton on 13 June 1864. Settled Kaiapoi. Had seven children dau. Mary Emma b. 3 Aug 1867 sons: William Edwin Peter James John George Walter Died in 1882 aged 44. Edwin's brother Peter + sister Emma came to NZ in search of brother, possibly brought his dau. Sarah Ellen with him (Peter was Widower). He married Euphemia Davidson Rinaldi 6 June 1883 Had 3 sons Orthus Edward or Edwin b 22 Dec 1888 Lawrence Frank b 24 Oct 1894 Edward Ronald b 19 July 1903 His sister Emma marricool Abraham Ragg; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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