Macdonald Dictionary Record: Nathaniel Griffiths

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Nathaniel Griffiths. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: G 853 Griffiths, Nathaniel (1806 -66) was born in Wales and came out in the Isabella Hercus arriving 1.3.51 + according to fam. inf. ; but he dives not appear in the pas. list. He marr. Maria Bosworth dau of Samuel Bosworth and his wife Eliza of Norton Leic. Eng. She came out in the Joseph Fletcher arriving at Auck. 8.10.52 He d. 20.12.66 ag. 60 ) both bur. Barbadoes st She - .12. 96 78. R.C. Cem. He was descendid frim an ancient family, the head of which rode at King Richards right hand on the Crusading b. 59 son Dan was a student at Canty Coll. '76 afterwards 2' master B.N.S. '79. marr. Emma Simmons . They d had a son Bosworth and a dau Catherine. dau Ruth marr at St. Johns Ch. Ch. 7.10.82 Winslow Scanlan a son of Francis Scanlan , farmer of Mo hill, Co. Let in. He was a draught man, Lands + Sur.ry office. family Winslow G ; Ruby M. ; Elsie M. ; Ivy D. ; Basil d. Myrtle A; Eva E. ; Frances N. ; Alex. fam inf. ; Barbadoes St. R.C. Cem. M.I.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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