Macdonald Dictionary Record: James Gudsell
George Ranald Macdonald
One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for James Gudsell. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: Hannah Webb William Gudsell (by Anthony Graham Rackstraw name changed from Gutsell grandson of Sidney Clarence Gudsell) Mary (bord Oct 11, 1818) Thomas Gudsell Hannah (born Nov 22, 1820 died May 28, 1868) Born December 5 1831 at Croydon Sander- Jane (born June 12 1824 died Feb 17, 1885) stead , Surrey, England James (born April 17 1822 died June 19th 1897) Married January 25 1858 to Sarah Sarah (born March 18 1825) Franks at the Congregational Church Ann (born March 12 1826) St Kilda, South Bourke, Victoria William (born August 1829, died April 14th 1854) Born Shapwick, Somerset England - dau son Elizar (born October 20th 1833) of Robert Franks + Mary Franks ( James Gudsell (born 1852 Woods) He died July 5th 1922 William killed December 28, 1888 married Jessie Duffull Thomas Gudsell Robert married Maria Margaret Bockenstein Born December 28, 1861 at Heathcote Vall Harry married Ruth Bird Married December 17, 1883 to Agnes Hay Sarah Ann married Frederick Hight in 1896 dau of Mary ( McClelland) and William " James married Grace Heading She Born October 5, 1862 Nor Ire + died George married Fanny Elizabeth Rogers September 15, 1940 He died April 6 1942 Both at Timaru bur Temuka William Alexander, George Victor, Willie Leonard , Mary Ethel, Sarah Cecil Hay Elizabeth Thomas Agnes Irene Clayton, James Sidney Digby Clarence; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
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