Macdonald Dictionary Record: Robert Guthrie

George Ranald Macdonald
Production date
One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Robert Guthrie. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
See full details

Object Detail

Production place
Collecting unit
Production role
Associated person
Other id
Catalogue number
Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: G.811 , a Guthrie , Robert (1848 -1915) was a son of Robt Gulleric, farmer and of his wife Isabella Steele and was born at chil tice , Ar hire ; he was a brother of John tel Guthrie , Editor of the Press. He settled in Belfast N.Z. in 77 and was fore man of the Provision + Produce Cos boring down works. He was chairman of Sheldon Park Trustees Belfast Cemetery Trustees, Blist Town Hall and for y ears chair man Beefsteak Sch. Comm. He was for 25 years Supt. of the Belfast t Sunday school. He lived in Gullies Road marr. (2) at Kaiapoi Louisa Matilda Tink lore, 22 , b. Kaiapoi dau Walter Tinkler , wool sorted + Emily English. 10.1.94 LT. 4.12.15 : Kaiapoi Presby . M.R.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




Can you add to our information about this item? Click Add Comment to share your knowledge and help enrich our collection. Have a question about this item? Please email

Be the first to comment.

To order a copy of this image please contact Canterbury Museum

Unless otherwise stated, or an author is acknowledged, Canterbury Museum holds copyright to all information on Collections Online. All efforts have been made to trace copyright holders. Please contact the Museum with any queries on this matter

The information on this page was created from historic documentation and may not reflect the best available knowledge about the item. If you have information or questions about the objects on this website, please contact us. Images may be subject to copyright laws and are therefore not of reproduction quality.