Macdonald Dictionary Record: John Henry Gilchrist

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for John Henry Gilchrist. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: Gilchrist, John Hen ry was in charge of D. D. Camerons (late Saltwater Creek) Amberley branch. When the railway reached Amberley Saltwater Creek declined rapidly and most people moved to Amber by. He was elected to the Sumner Bon. Coun. Ang. 91 James Henry Gilchrist of Ash horton , conning8er, 25, marr. 25.3.80 Agnes, 18. Hepburn , 19 at John Hepburn 's house . Rev. A.M. Beattie. St Andrew's Presby Ash. M.R. John Gilchrist, 28, saddler b. Leith, Sit. living Ashburton son of Walter G. cooper + Anni e Brown marr 27.7.82 Mary Jane Toppin, 21 , b.Lylt. living Ash. dau Thos. T. gent" + Mary Power St. Andrews Presby M.R. Ash. He d. 19.4.92 : his widow marr. 21.12.98 John Fred. eston, baker of Ash. LT. 26.8.91; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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