Macdonald Dictionary Record: Thomas Frederick Peel

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Thomas Frederick Peel. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: 275 Peel. Thomas Frederic (1824 - 1907) was the second son of William Henry Pee of Ayles more House , Glos . Eng who marr (1) 4.4.27 Eliz. eldest dau of Col. Clifton of Pen sax Coot, Worc. and (2) 15.11.36 Rebecca Mary dau of Wm. Cure of A Hon Court y Monmouth shire. Thos Fred. was a son of the first marriage . He sold his horses and implements in June 61 However f he did go away for a trip he was back in N.Z in Dec. 63 when he served on a Grand Jury ' The Peels and the K ints rowed down st ree fr om higher up the Rever The Pee farm Covered the Hadley land and it was Mr Peel who built the first Rally Bridge This is a description f early church going to St. Johns Woolston. He came out in the Randolph, chief c ab in and he selected his 5o ac section R.S. 127 on what was known as the Dry Bush high up above the Papaki Native Reserve. Two small boys coming back from Fishing in the Harbor were caugh t by a snoo storm and perished there in 1883 . J.1. Brittin lived in the Dry Bush in the 50's . When apply ing to the Canty Assoc. for a land order he gave his address as West Mall, Clifton Bristol. He lived in O6awa . He had alterations and additions made to his house . He served on the Grand Jury twice in 72. pass. list. Canty Mus. : LT.5.11.59 : 22.6.61 : 2.7.72 : 12.11.72 : 15.5.97 St Johns Woolston M.R. : Landed Gentry.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: P.275 T.F. Peel. He was present at a meeting to protest against the Drainage Beds new scheme Feb. 77 . It would simply let the Sewage out into the Estuary. married 1.11.59 Rhoda widow of Edward Kent, of Isis Farm. Heathcote Edward kent died 25.6.5 She d. at R adley 13.5.97 ag - He d. at Rad ley 14. 8.07 ag 83 He spent the rest of his life at Isis Farm after his marriage. Kent and Isaac Lucha had taken up 150 ac. in part. His father Wm. Henry Peet d. 24. 2 ag. 78. His brother Francis Capt. R.N. died at Clevedon 26.6.73 family. son Harry R. continued to live at R.adley. dau Rhoda Ken brow Peel Hunt married St. Marks 19.10.82 Frances Tavender stock own er She inherited Rad ly estate. youngest dau Barbara Frances d. Rader 4.7.21 ag 5 She T.F. Peel buried Heath oti Cem LT. 12.9.73 : 17.5.75 : 9.2.77; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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